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January 19, 2009 - Volume 7, Issue 1


Watching over man’s best friend
Remote access portal gives dog owners a view to their companions 24/7

Sometimes when you’re on vacation, all you want to do is collapse on a hotel bed and watch TV. It’s no different when you’re a dog.

Preparing for workplace violence

Workplace violence is nothing new, as we have all experienced some level of violence in our careers. Schools, factories, stores, or offices; no matter where you work, as long as there are people working there, the threat of workplace violence exists.

Honesty in recruiting

It is easy to find a security officer in Canada who will tell you that the job he ended up in was different from the job he was told that he was signing up for when he or she was recruited. It may be harder to find a security officer who didn't have this experience.

Canadian Security welcomes new Account Manager

Barb Geisel has joined Canadian Security magazine as its new Account Manager. Barb has worked in the security industry for four years with companies such as ADT and Chubb, and was a valued member of the SP&T News editorial advisory board. Barb has more than 20 years sales experience in numerous other business-to-business environments. Should you wish to contact Barb, she can be reached at or 905-713-4338.

Online Reader Poll:
How will the ailing economy affect the security industry in 2009?

Take a second to let us and your security colleagues know what you think. Thanks!


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Honeywell has announced the EQUIP series of IP network products including cameras, encoders, network video recorders and digital video recorders.

Network products compatible with variety of systems

Honeywell has announced the EQUIP series of IP network products including cameras, encoders, network video recorders and digital video recorders.


January/February 2009 Canadian Security

Health Care Security Focus Group
Canadian Security and Siemens talk to health care security professionals about what keeps them up at night and what challenges they face as we head into 2009.

Profie: Martin Green, Rouge Valley Hospital.

How one health care security manager juggles the demands of an aging facility with a high-growth community.

Document destruction: The pros and cons of outsourcing. The importance of teaching destruction policy to employees.

Should a security manager be concerned with international and national risks?

In every issue:
CCTV and the Law with Elliott Goldstein
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
New columnist: Richard Martin, Alcera Consulting
Letters to the Editor


February 11, 2009
PowerDsine Breakfast Club...Leaders in PoE
8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Anixter Canada
200 Foster Crescent
Mississauga, ON

Feb. 19, 2009
Securing Your Business Conference and Trade Show
Ramada Plaza, Dartmouth, NS

April 1-3, 2009
ISC West
Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Las Vegas, NV

April 21, 2009
Security Canada East
Sheraton Laval, Laval QC

April 28-30, 2009
Canadian Gaming Summit
2009 Canadian Association of
Casino Security Directors General Meeting
Caesar's Windsor
Windsor, Ont.

May 21-22, 2009
Port Secure Hilton Montreal Bonaventure
900, rue de la Gauchetière ouest
Montreal, QC

June 10, 2009
Security Canada West
River Rock Casino Resort
Richmond, B.C.

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