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Lack of cybersecurity framework mind-boggling: Telus exec

News | 06/04/2018 8:09 pm EDT
From left: moderator Chris Anderson, Rogers associate chief privacy officer Deborah Evans, Telus chief security officer Carey Frey, privacy expert Ann Cavoukian, and vice-president of VMware Sean Forkan talk cybersecurity at the Telecom Summit in Toronto on June 4, 2018./ Wire Report photo by Ahmad Hathout.

TORONTO A security executive at Telus Corp. told an industry conference on Monday that industry and government must work together to put in place a national framework for cybersecurity in Canada.

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