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Some of the major challenges facing health-care security professionals — from workplace violence to disaster scenarios — may seem grim, but perseverance, collaboration and new approaches to old problems can pay dividends.
Canadian Security toured the 29th PM Expo, part of The Buildings Show 2016, last week at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
The Toronto Chapter of ASIS International held its annual Women In Security Symposium last week, showcasing three female speakers with diverse points of view on professional security.
Canadian Security celebrated the achievements of Pat Patton, director of security and operations at the University of Regina, last week with a gala event, dinner and award ceremony. Patton is the recipient of the 11th Security Director of the Year award, sponsored by Anixter Canada, for her achievements in professional security, notably her involvement in the Man Up Against Violence movement.
Focus On Government Security attendees were treated to a variety of perspectives from experts who spoke on everything from the future of drones to how the Canadian Government is rethinking online access to services.
IAHSS Ontario Chapter recently held its annual golf tournament at the Summit Golf & Country Club in Richmond Hill, Ont. The event drew IAHSS security health-care professionals as well as partners across the security industry, and was attended by current IAHSS president Jeff Young and president-elect Martin Green - respectively the second and third Canadian presidents of the longstanding health-care security organization.
On April 21, the Toronto Chapter of ASIS International held its 23rd annual best practices seminar, providing information on a diversity of topics from cheque fraud to effective communications strategies.
Recognizing and responding to challenges presented by cyber crime in all its forms requires constant vigilance. More than that, it's about being prepared and utilizing resources effectively. At Focus On Cyber Security, a one-day seminar event hosted by Canadian Security, attendees were presented with some of the tools they require to effectively manage their data and networks in the form of advice from experts in the field.
Canadian Security magazine's Security Career Expo, held March 9 in Toronto, hosted more than 200 students who came to listen to expert speakers, mentor with respected industry professionals and meet potential employers.
The first annual Mission 500 security industry hockey classic, held Feb. 18 in Toronto, raised more than $19,000 to benefit children in need.
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