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RBC's Ric Handren named Security Director of the Year
Handren was chosen by the Canadian Security Editorial Advisory Board during a meeting held June 15. Those who selected him cited his depth of responsibility at RBC, Canada’s largest bank, and his strengths in team building and endorsement of continuing education for his staff.more...

Salary survey results: training remains top concern
Lack of training and career opportunities are among the chief concerns of security professionals, according to a poll recently conducted by Canadian Security magazine.

IPC wants to see security/privacy rift healed
While computer security can restrict the use of data, it can’t decide the issue of legal ownership. And in today’s world where we can save everything forever on the Internet, privacy controls have to change.

Supervisors need mentors and a clear career path
Security professionals are taking a more business-based approach to staffing and succession-planning, according to a panel of experts; one that values mentoring and management skills.

Securing the Nation:
U of T prof: Canada "less peaceful than you think"
The state of national threats in Canada should be up for public debate, according to Wesley Wark, professor at the Munk Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto.

Online Reader Poll:
How long, on average, does your company amortize security equipment?
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This Week in Canadian Security
Find out more about our Security Director of the Year winner and this year's Salary Survey results
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Security and the Economy (Part 3)
Two law and security administration students at Durham College share their concerns about entering a difficult job market
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The Sound Acoustics
C-540T for music and paging
The Sound Acoustics C-540T commercial tuner amplifier provides constant-voltage outputs for background....
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Napco's Gemini
talking keypad
Napco’s recently debuted
user-friendly coded keypad
GEM-K1VPS has been
designed to eliminate time...
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Tekstar Optical
introduces 40X Lens
Tekstar Optical recently
introduced its new
‘’Made in Japan’’
TEK40X series
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On deck: Coming up in the June/July issue of
Canadian Security

Focus: Education
University of Windsor

Canadian Security talks to Bob Cowper, Executive Director Campus Community Police & Parking Services at the University of Windsor about how the department has integrated existing and new security technologies.

Private security regulatory update
There is buzz in a number of provinces about further changes to regulations governing the private security industry.

In every issue:
CCTV and the Law with Elliott Goldstein
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
Letters to the Editor

Calendar of Events:

Pelco IP Roadshow June 25, 2009 Crowne Plaza Montreal Airport 6600 Cote De Liesse, Montreal 514-344-1999

Vicon Educational Security Seminar July 7, 2009 9am-12pm Calgary, AB Register

Vicon Educational Security Seminar July 9, 2009 9am-12pm Edmonton, AB Register

Executive Protection Course July 27-31, 2009 Minden, Ont.

Basic Level 1 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Course (CPTED) October 19-21, 2009 Hampton Inn & Conference Centre, Ottawa Security Through Safe Design inc.(877) 787-7873

Advanced Level 2 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Course (CPTED) October 22–23, 2009 Hampton Inn & Conference Centre, Ottawa Security Through Safe Design inc.(877) 787-7873

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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