Navy scandal overshadows threat from cyberspying


Ray Boisvert, who was the assistant director of intelligence for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) before retiring last year, wants to see the book thrown at Sub-Lieutenant Delisle. “It will be years and years before all the negative impacts of this treachery will play themselves out,” he said Sunday in an interview.

By combining SLt. Delisle’s information with other intelligence, he explained, the Russians could uncover Western agents operating within their borders. In the past, such leaks have led to agents being executed. That said, Mr. Boisvert is confident that Canada’s standing within the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing community – which also includes the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand – will remain secure. Other members have been compromised at one time or another by a Delisle-style betrayal.

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