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Federal Budget Allocates Significant Funds towards Cybersecurity

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Feb 28, 2018

On February 28, 2018, Miller Thomson published an article on how the 2018 Federal Budget includes investments in several key areas of the Canadian economy, including in the area of cybersecurity. In his remarks, the Minister of Finance stated that “to safeguard Canadians’ privacy, and protect both our digital economy and our country, we are making an investment of over $750 million in cybersecurity.”

The proposed investment will serve primarily to establish the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security and the National Cybercrime Coordination Unit, which will serve as pillars of the federal government’s soon to be announced National Cyber Security Strategy.

Review the full article on Miller Thomson's website.

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