Foreign Interference Risks for Canadian Businesses

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Briefing with the Canadian Security Intelligence Services (CSIS)

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Canadian companies need to remain competitive to both sustain our domestic capacity to produce innovative products and be a leader in global supply chains. However, in a competitive global environment, significant risks exist for Canadian companies as countries with hostile intents seek to undermine Canada’s economy security. Although espionage and foreign interference are not new, the global pandemic has changed the dynamics of the threat environment. Canadian companies are adapting to the new normal by increasing innovative research and development, relying on remote working arrangements, and expanding international collaboration. These changes have introduced‎ opportunities that hostile actors, including foreign governments, are exploiting.

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service will provide a briefing on the foreign interference risks for Canadian companies and ways to mitigate those challenges. The briefing will be led by the CSIS economic security division on July 16, 11am ET; there will also be an opportunity for Q&A with participants.

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