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Cyber Breach In Medical Marijuana Industry In Canada

April 01, 2019

Cyber Breach In Medical Marijuana Industry In Canada

Synopsis
2 Minute Read

Canadian cannabis businesses have much to consider as they continue to grow and scale operations – none the least of which includes optimizing cyber security to protect personal and organizational assets.

Your enterprise is holding sensitive information about patients, your intellectual property and corporation. So, are you ready for a cyber attack?

A March 28, 2019 data breach involving a Sunniva Natural Health Services Ltd. subsidiary may make you think twice. With the data of 34,000 medical cannabis patients compromised, it’s time to double down on information security and consider what happens when – not if – an attack happens.

Arm your business with the tools you need to protect your bottom line.

Learn more about the different threats you face and how to protect yourself in the event of a cyber attack. Watch our recorded presentation below to hear Danny Timmins, CISSP, MNP’s National Cyber Security Leader discuss the importance of cyber security planning in defending your cannabis enterprise.

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