Ottawa, May 8, 2013 – The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) supported by a group of Canada’s most recognized businesses – Above Security, BlackBerry, CGI Group Inc., Lockheed Martin and McAfee – today released the findings of its study on the impact of cyber crime on businesses in Canada.

Download the full study here in English

Download the full study here in French

Below are the links to the press coverage so far:

Ken Taylor, president (North America) for the ICSPA, talks about the findings of the study and how prepared companies are to protect themselves from threats in cyberspace.

Business unprepared to combat ‘skyrocketing’ cyber crime, study warns

Few businesses appear ready to defend themselves from cybercrime, report finds

Few businesses have defences against attacks by hackers

69% of surveyed Canadian businesses experienced cyber attack in a 12-month period: report

Nearly 70% of Canadian businesses hit by cyber attacks, says year-long survey