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Canada to Force Firms to Report Cyber Attacks, Remove Risky Gear

    

    

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Canada plans to require companies to share cyber threat information and to remove any product or service that could pose security risks.

Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne and Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino introduced a bill Tuesday titled an “Act Respecting Cyber Security” that will apply to four federally-regulated infrastructure sectors including telecommunications, transport, finance and energy.