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Mass notification: what you need to know
The essentials of emergency communications, including the right messages to send and the right way to send them

RIM to provide security framework for mobile payments
Blackberry company chosen by EnStream to help make smartphone payments secure

Study: Small businesses often lax about data security
Research from Shred-it suggests one-third have never trained their staff on information security procedures

ASIS International hosts student writing competition
ASIS invites students to write an academic paper on an issue relevant to the security and assets protection profession. $1,000 and $1,500 prizes are available.

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Advice for job seekers
Jerry Brennan, managing director of Security Management Resources, talks about how the security job market has changed

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Network video recorder
The Nextiva EdgeVR 80 is specifically designed for use in bank ATMs

Emergency transmitter
The Man-Down Emergency Call Transmitter from Elpas is a holster-worn Active RFID Tag

Mobile environment camera
The VPort P06-1MP-M12-T camera from Moxa can operate in temperatures from -40° to 75° C

Coming Up: Canadian Security November/December 2012

On the Cover: Real-Life Convergence
Director of safety, security and emergency management at BCIT Glen Magel oversees a department that has recently introduced a comprehensive security program. The program, which lays out measurable targets and accountability measures, is also integrated with the IT department and includes an incident reporting system.

Regular columnists and departments:
ASIS Update
World Watch
Product Focus: Fire & Life Safety
From the Top by Glen Kitteringham
CCTV and the Law by Elliott Goldstein
The Consultant by Terry Hoffman
Privacy Matters by Dr. Ann Cavoukian
Book Reviews with Derek Knights

Calendar of Events

Managing the Bomb Threat Oct. 24, Halifax, NS

Security Canada Central Oct. 24-25, Toronto, Ont.

Canadian Council of Security Professionals AGM Lite Oct. 29, Ottawa, Ont.

Mastering Solutions to Today's Risks in Healthcare Security Oct. 30-31, New York, N.Y.

SecureTech 2012 Oct. 30-31, Ottawa, Ont.

ISC East Oct. 30-31, New York, N.Y.

Securing New Ground Nov. 1-2, New York, N.Y.

Innovation and Loss Prevention Conference and Expo Nov. 6, Vancouver, B.C.

National Crime Prevention Council - Campus Crime Prevention Training Nov. 6-8, Toronto, Ont.

Toronto Emergency Management Symposium Nov. 14-15, Toronto, Ont.

Canadian Security's Focus On Series: School (K-12) Security Nov. 28, Richmond Hill, Ont.

Check out the Calendar of Events on the Canadian Security website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

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