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Regulating TSPs, not suppliers, in cybersecurity bill will be ineffective: Telus exec

News | 11/22/2022 3:55 pm EST
Cybersecurity panel at the 2022 Canadian Telecom Summit in Mississauga, Ontario. L to R: Moderator Joe Ozorio, Ciena chief technologist Rodney Wilson, Telus chief security officer Carey Frey, Cogeco chief technology officer Zouheir Mansourati, Titan.ium technical architects sales manager Omar Mansour; and Ann Cavoukian, expert-in-residence, Privacy by Design Centre of Excellence, appearing virtually. / Photo by Jenna Cocullo

MISSISSAUGA —  Telus Corp.’s vice president and chief security officer said the government’s cybersecurity bill is ineffective in that it attempts to regulate supplier behavior by regulating the telecommunications service providers (TSPs).

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