Half of Canadian executives reveal businesses hacked

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A new survey has terrifying implications for Canadian businesses across the country.

Conducted by marketing research firm Ipsos Canada on behalf of Calgary-based accounting, tax and business consulting firm MNP LLP, the survey found that nearly 60 per cent of Canadian small business owners and C-suite executives either suspect or know for certain they were the victims of an external cyberattack during the last year, with 50 per cent of C-suite executives indicating that they know for certain that their company experienced a breach.

Read more at IT World Canada

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.