Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the next few decades, powerful technological forces will transform the global economy. Large multinational companies have jumped out to a headstart in the race to succeed, and Canada runs the risk of falling behind. At stake is nothing less than our prosperity and economic well-being. The Financial Post set out explore what is needed for businesses to flourish and grow. You can find all of our coverage here.Twenty years ago, the average Canadian household had a home phone line, an answering machine and a desktop computer. Today, Joe and Jane Average Canadian family has 10 devices between them. Crooks don’t need to break into your house when they can hack into your devices, and predators don’t need to live next door to meet potential victims, but can hideout in chat rooms and gaming forums, posing as teens, and sharing child pornography on the dark web. Jad Saliba, a former Waterloo cop, founded Magnet Forensics, a Waterloo tech firm, to help police bring the criminal elements inhabiting the web to light. How Israel became a cybersecurity power — and what Canada can learn from it Canada’s cybersecurity firms keep turning to the U.S. for funding, leaving us without a homegrown leader How foreign companies use Canada’s universities to steal away huge chunks of intellectual property • Email: [email protected] | Twitter: oconnorwrites