Cyber threats to Canada gaining momentum

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A new form of cybercrime is gaining momentum and anti-virus software can’t protect against it. It’s called an advanced persistent threat, or APT, and according to a new report many Canadian organizations are at risk.

Canada relies on computer networks like power grids, irrigation systems and online banking, every minute of every day. As those systems become more complex, so do the cyber attacks launched against them.

A new report by internet security company Fortinet finds Canada has become a prominent target for an APT, which is a network attack where someone gains access to your system and stays there undetected for a long period of time. 

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