International experts to debate how nations can tackle cyber threats


OTTAWA — Fears over digital threats to Canada’s critical infrastructure — concerns that may be misplaced — are fuelling an arms race that experts believe countries need to better control, especially after the discovery of a powerful online surveillance tool on a Canadian commercial server.

Federal law prohibits the sale or transfer of technology that would allow anyone to hack into a computer or network. Domestic law enforcement agencies, such as local police and the RCMP, are responsible for enforcing the law in Canada; the Canada Border Services Agency polices the import and export of such technology.

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