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Key federal agencies ill-equipped to fight growing cybercrime threat, auditor finds | #cybercrime | #infosec

By Canadian Press

Jun 4, 2024 | 7:06 AM

OTTAWA — The federal spending watchdog says three key agencies lacked the capacity and tools to protect Canadians from cyberattacks and tackle the growing threat of online crime.

In a report today, Auditor General Karen Hogan describes breakdowns in response, co-ordination, enforcement, tracking and analysis between and across the organizations.

Hogan’s review looked at the RCMP, the Communications Security Establishment cyberspy agency and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission.

She found members of the public are left to figure out where to make a cybercrime report, or might be asked to report the same incident to more than one organization.

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