Privacy and cybersecurity considerations are currently a key focus of private and public sector organizations, governments and individuals worldwide. Canada is no exception. In fact, although Canada has long been considered a global leader in striking a reasonable balance between the protection of privacy and needs of organizations, in recent years Canada has seen the emergence of unprecedented legal risks in respect of privacy and cybersecurity matters. As Alex Cameron, a partner at Fasken Martineau, explains in a guest article, organizations doing business in Canada (or that process information about Canadians) should take note of the dramatic increase in privacy litigation and class actions in Canada, and the recent introduction of mandatory breach notification, reporting and recordkeeping in Canada. Cameron explains the developments and summarizes recent cases. See also “Canada’s Digital Privacy Act: What Businesses Need to Know” (Jul. 29, 2015).