In recent news there has been an uproar amongst US companies regarding the NSA Prism Program.
It’s been said that the US government had direct access to data stored on servers of well-known companies; this news was leaked by whistle blower Edward Snowden.
"The PRISM disclosures are damaging, and I think I'm prepared to speculate extremely damaging to commercial firms that have offered cloud and related kinds of services, and that do or would benefit from efficient cross-border data flows," says Philip Verveer, the former U.S. coordinator for international communications and information policy at the State Department.
With that being said, we at WebSan Solutions believe that everyone should have a right to secured data.
WebSan Solutions Inc. has a SAS70/SSAE16 certified data centre, located in Toronto Canada. We can assure our customers our its data center operations meet the higher level of quality. Independent auditors review WebSan's processes, policies, and procedures and validate our security, availability, and operating integrity.
American privacy laws don't apply to Canadian businesses.
The mandate of CSEC (Communication Security Establishment Canada) is an assurance that the agency is “strictly related to foreign intelligence, as prescribed in the National Defense Act. CSEC is prohibited by law from directing its activities at Canadians anywhere in the world or at any person in Canada. CSEC has rigorous procedures in place to ensure that it adheres to this prohibition.”
By: Natalie Williams, Marketing Coordinator,