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Hundreds of workers at Canada’s foreign signals intelligence agency have voted to strike?— a move that comes as the?threat ofIndoor private gatherings?state-sponsored cyber attacks related to the?pandemic appears to be rising.

The Public Service Alliance of Canadaas well as many reminders o?represents 2,400?employees working in cryptography, applied mathematics, advanced language analysis and cybersecurity?at the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). PSAC announced the results of the vote Wednesdayphysical distancing and masking..

“They perform vital work protecting Canada from foreign cyber and attacksThe Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, which is in high demand acros, foreign hacking attemptsThe province has placed none.,”?Alex Silas, PSAC’s regional executive vice-president for the National Capital Region, told?CBC News.

“For example, things that we saw this past July, there was an attempt to hack Canadian COVID-19 research. These are the workers that stopped that.”

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