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Q&A with G4S's new CEO, Jean Paul Taillon
So what does a former telco engineer know about the security industry? Taillon recently sat down with Canadian Security to talk about his new role. more...
View our video interview with Jean Paul Taillon here.

What retailers need to know about fraud prevention
Today’s retailers face many risks. However, topping the list of concerns for many retail organizations is the loss of customer credit card information, and the fraud that can result

Can somebody please instruct the security instructors?
By Brian Robertson
One of the startling omissions from the Private Security and Investigative Services Branch’s (PSISB) plans to introduce a mandatory training requirement for licence applicants is the presence of any security instructor qualification standards.


For your chance to win, complete the July ballot in your Anixter calendar(included with your December copy of Canadian Security and SP&T News).

*All entries must be faxed to: 905-502-2154 and received at Anixter by
5 pm EST July 31, 2009.

Online Reader Poll:
Is Twitter useful for your business?
Take a second to let us and your security colleague know what you think by answering the poll here. Thanks!

This Week in Canadian Security:

Jennifer Brown speaks with ASIS Toronto president Patrick Ogilvie
about the chapter's upcoming awards

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Rouge Valley security officer recognized for valour

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delays perps
Sirenlock Model 715
prevents perpetrators
from leaving unauthorized
exit doors.
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mobiDEOS integrated
with Milestone
MobileCamViewer is now integrated into Milestone Systems’ XProtect Corporate NVR solution
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RSA releases
authenticator for iPhone
Software Token for iPhone Devices enables an iPhone to be used as an RSA SecurID authenticator
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On deck: Coming up in the September issue of
Canadian Security

2009 Security Director of the Year:
Richard Handren, Director, Protection Services, Royal Bank of Canada

Can technology save all of our integration problems?
Security and facilities management are being tied together to reduce costs and reap greater business returns in organizations. Ross Johnson, director of security and contingency planning at EPCOR Utilities, formerly Edmonton Power, uses tools from Software House to tie together and centralize its security management in facilities and remote locations in Alberta. But, more than technology, Ross attributes success to a more human sort of integration.

Totem Building Supplies, an Alberta-based group of 15 corporately owned retail stores operates under the Rona group of companies. Canadian Security looks at how the retailer worked with its integrator to address needed upgrades the company has invested in over the last year.

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

Calendar of Events:

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

TAOL 36th Convention (No Show Floor this year) September 18 & 19, Sept. 25 & 26, 2009 Holiday Inn, 100 Britannia Rd. E. Mississauga, ON 905-890-5700

ASIS Southwestern Ontario Chapter October 6-8, 2009 The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation Loss prevention and corporate training seminar London, ON

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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