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Give telecoms more power to deal with cyber threats: bankers’ association

News | 10/27/2017 1:57 pm EDT
Canadian Bankers Association representatives Darren Hannah, Andrew Ross, and Sandy Stephens, presented their cybersecurity recommendations to the Senate’s Banking, Trade and Commerce standing committee on Thursday./ Screenshot via Senate of Canada.

OTTAWA — Telecoms should be able to block “bad data” and share information about threats with customers, such as banks, the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) told a Senate standing committee on Thursday.

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