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Confidentiality and privacy

Confidentiality and privacy

Published by Caroline Jonnaert, Lawyer and trademark agent
September 21st, 2020

September 21, 2020

Last week, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada announced new resources to help businesses manage data breaches.

In the event of data breaches, companies are indeed subject to different obligations and must, in some cases, report such breaches to the competent authorities.

The tools (texts and videos) put in place by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner are designed to make businesses aware of the protection of the personal information they hold, and to prepare them in the event of a data breach.

Would you be ready in the event of a data breach?

Our team of privacy experts is here to help you.

Caroline Jonnaert, Lawyer and trademark agent

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