Should your cloud computing provider report suspected security breaches?

Earlier this week, I wrote about new Alberta breach reporting obligations in the Alberta Health Information Act. This post considers how distinctions between suspected, probable, unconfirmed and confirmed data breaches matter in cloud computing agreements. Not every security incident is… Read More ›

Cloud computing update: Alberta Health Privacy Breach Provisions

On August 31st, new provisions in Alberta’s Health Information Act will come into force that have important implications for users and providers of cloud computing services. These provisions impose new breach reporting obligations on healthcare service providers and other individuals… Read More ›

Employees, Non-Profits and Privacy

Canada is not a bastion of  employee privacy rights. In fact, many provinces provide no statutory privacy protections to private sector employees. However, even where employees have been included in provincial privacy legislation – such as in Alberta – the… Read More ›

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