Canadians tend to think we live in a safe place, with “peace, order and good government” at the core of our Constitution. But our citizens have been nabbed abroad as part of a new phenomenon, “hostage diplomacy”. News swirls that foreign governments and business interests interfere directly with our democratic processes. Cyber security experts tell us constantly to change our digital passwords. The new “stand on guard” means maintaining a high standard of “digital hygiene” to protect our bank and social media accounts. Meet our guest panelists, three of Canada’s leaders in maintaining security for our people, at home and abroad: Cal Chrustie, former RCMP Senior Operations Officer for Transnational Organized Crime; Robert Young, former Head of CSIS for BC; and Stephen Day, Commanding Officer of Canada’s elite Special Forces Unit JTF2.
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