Ca: LifeLabs files petition to keep cyberattack report from B.C. privacy commissioner

Andrew Weichel reports:

The B.C.-based laboratory testing company that was targeted in a cyberattack last fall is trying to keep the province’s privacy commissioner from accessing a third-party report on the breach.

In a petition filed this month in B.C. Supreme Court, LifeLabs argued it shouldn’t have to turn over a report prepared by cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike because it’s protected by solicitor-client privilege.

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