For Businesses and Organizations
No type of organization, including charities and not-for-profit organizations, is exempt from Canada's anti-spam legislation. If you use electronic channels to promote or market your organization, products or services, Canada's new anti-spam law may affect you.
The new law will affect any individual, business or organization that
- sends commercial electronic messages
- alters transmission data
- produces or installs computer programs
Businesses and organizations can take a number of steps to help protect their interests, employees and customers from electronic threats.
Information and Tips for Businesses and Organizations
- Protect your Organization from Threats
View this infographic to learn how to protect your organization's data from threats.
- Does Canada's New Anti-Spam Law Apply?
View this infographic to learn about how Canada's Anti-Spam Law applies.
- 4 Tips for Contacting Clients Electronically
View this infographic to get useful tips on contacting your customers and clients while maintaining their trust and confidence.
- 3 Things to Think About When Sending Messages
View this infographic to learn about things to keep in mind when you're sending commercial electronic messages.
- Protect Your Business or Organization Online or While Mobile
Find tips on how to protect your business or organization from spam and other electronic threats.
- FightSpam Quiz for Businesses
Take one of our short quizzes to test your knowledge on how to avoid spam and other electronic threats.
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