Dear Community members,
As a followup to the CATA Cybersecurity Survey, Interviews and Research on Cybersecurity Best Practices, we are now advancing CATA advocacy for cybersecurity incentives that, if adopted, would share the cost of implementing new and improved cybersecurity measures by Canadian business. You will directly benefit from this advocacy, and we are now asking that you help fund the Campaign available for your review at this URL: https://cata.ca/2019/cybersecurity-tax-credit/
You can assist either through becoming a CATA member (how to link) and/or making a crowdfunding donation at our Competitive Innovation Nation platform found at: https://chuffed.org/project/cata-advocacy
All funds raised will be invested in producing content to support advocacy action for Cybersecurity incentives, led by 30 year public policy veterans, Dr. Russ Roberts and CATA Research Director and acclaimed author, Jean-Guy Rens.
Thanks for your funding support and please let us know if you have any questions and also note that all contributors have access to all CATA agenda growth services.
John Reid, CATA CEO
Ps According to Advocacy Advocate, costs for each issue specific campaign can average 12K to 25K depending on tools (e.g, video boards) and on-line strategies utilized.
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