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This bulletin aims to describe the risks posed by, and possible mitigations for, the exposure of classified IT systems to wireless signals and mobile devices that are not authorized to connect to those systems. The intended audience for this bulletin includes those responsible for IT security risk management activities as well as information system security practitioners.
This bulletin is intended for information security practitioners responsible for IT security risk management activities and is structured to be used within the framework of Information Technology Security (ITS) management activities defined within the publication: CSEC - IT Security Risk Management: A Lifecycle Approach (ITSG-33).
This bulletin provides information on the availability of the Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol (SCIP) rekey guides.
The purpose of this bulletin is to advise the Government of Canada (GC) that the Canadian Central Facility (CCF) now has the capability to provide foreign Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol (SCIP) Seed key in electronic form.
The purpose of this bulletin is to inform the Government of Canada (GC) of the Communications Security Establishment Canada's (CSEC) guidance regarding the use of commercial technologies to safeguard the communications of classified information at the level of SECRET within a departmental local enclave.
The purpose of this Bulletin is to advise Government of Canada (GC) departments and agencies of the security threat posed by modern "keylogger" software with enhanced data capture capabilities which utilize "stealth" techniques to hide from anti-virus and anti-spyware scanners.
Government of Canada (GC) departments rely on information systems to support their business activities. These interconnected information systems are often subject to serious threats which can have adverse effects on departmental business activities by compromising the confidentiality, integrity or availability of the systems and their information technology (IT) assets. Senior management support is essential in ensuring the continued protection of business applications, information assets, and IT infrastructures. This bulletin identifies key questions to guide leadership discussions between management and their IT security team to enhance national security, protect sensitive GC information and enable the achievement of departmental mission objectives.
"The iPad’s ease of use, short boot up time and portability makes the device more convenient than traditional laptops. Employees consider the iPad to be a great companion device, and are using it to replace paper, to take notes in meetings, and to read documents while travelling. However, iPads will introduce new risks to an organization’s business and the security of its information. The security risks are numerous, and must be carefully considered, clearly understood and security controls and safeguards put in place before iPads are allowed to remotely access a departmental network.
Information received in response to the 2017 Inventory Update (chemicals and polymers)
To increase transparency and to facilitate access to information on manufactured and/or imported substances in Canada, the Government of Canada is providing a summary of the information received in response to the Notice with respect to substances included as part of the 2017 Inventory Update, (the Notice) which was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I in January 2017 under section 71 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. The Notice was applicable to the 2014 and 2015 calendar years with the requirement to report for the most recent calendar year. The information will be used to update the commercial status of these substances, to inform priority setting, and to support risk assessment and risk management activities. In line with communicating information received in response to information gathering initiatives, the Government of Canada published the Approach to disclose confidential information and promote transparency in chemicals management.
The Human Emerging Respiratory Pathogens (HERP) Bulletin is a monthly publication developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Centre for Immunization and Respiratory Infectious Diseases. The HERP Bulletin serves as a mechanism for information sharing on summary surveillance indicators of global active public health events affecting humans in the field of emerging respiratory pathogens. The HERP Bulletin also provides a quarterly in-depth analysis of a novel emerging respiratory pathogen.