Public Safety and National Security – July 15, 2019 – Part 1:
Following a request by Conservative MPs, the House of Commons public safety committee holds an emergency meeting to examine a data breach affecting the Desjardins Group. The Quebec-based bank revealed in June that the personal information of nearly three million of its clients had been improperly shared.
The committee hears from Mark Flynn (Royal Canadian Mounted Police); André Boucher (Communications Security Establishment); Annette Ryan
(Department of Finance); Elise Boisjoly (Department of Employment and Social Development); Maxime Guénette (Canada Revenue Agency); and
Judy Cameron (Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions).