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“Real value lies in giving people meaningful work and helping them avoid burnout”  Aug 16th

Shane Murphy is the CEO of Ownr, a platform that has helped simplify small business incorporation, registration and compliance processes for over 100,000 Canadian entrepreneurs. Prior to stepping into the role of CEO at Ownr, Murphy was an entrepreneur himself. His venture, Founded Technologies, hel.... More »

The best TFSAs in Canada for 2023 Aug 25th

Save The best TFSAs in Canada for 2023 Here are the best accounts to hold your savings and investments. Compare now Tap the button for more details. The best TFSAs in Canada for 2023 .... More »

How important are wills and estate planning for Canadians? Jun 20th

In Canada, estate planning is often seen as a formal and complex task reserved for the wealthy. However, it is not like a scene right out of the Knives Out movie franchise, and of course your family doesn’t want any of the drama. That is why estate planning is crucial for Canadians of all ages, ba.... More »

Ages 13 to 17: Teaching teens to budget + MORE Aug 24th

It happens so fast you could miss it. But in their teens, kids need to start moving from thinking about money in small amounts (weekly) to larger amounts (monthly). “They should start getting more money for longer periods of time, but now they also need to start taking personal responsibility for .... More »

Compare the best GIC rates in Canada 2023 Jun 3rd

Investing The best GIC rates in Canada for 2023 Find the best GIC rates in Canada. Plus, everything you need to know about how they work. Compare now Tap "Return to top" to come back here. .... More »
How a Government Worker Extorted Millions From Canadian BusinessesOn a Friday night in August 2020, Arthur Keech was working late from his home office in Vancouver. Keech is an IT manager for Amacon, a large real estate developer. He had only been in the role for about seven months when he received a curious note from one of his colleagues: They had tried to open a network file but couldn’t. Keech figured it was an error—someone had screwed up a file name. But when he went to log into the company’s operating system, he couldn’t. “That’s weird,” he thought. He used a different login and managed to gain access, but he only needed to take one look to realize he had a big problem.

Keech immediately noticed that all of the file extensions had been changed from the standard .doc to “random garbage.” And when he tried to access any of the Windows files, a note popped up: “Hi! Your files are encrypted,” it began. Keech’s heart was pounding. He knew exactly what was happening: It was a ransomware attack. Someone, or some group of people, had exploited a technical vulnerability or used social engineering—like phishing—to hack into his company’s system…

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