Q&A with CN's CSO Tim Koerner
Former U.S. Secret Service man takes over the top security spot at Canadian National. He talks to us about what he'll bring to his new role. more...
BlackBerry users discover new security talents for device
Blackberry smart phones may be able to do more for security professionals than just delivering e-mails and phone calls, according to mobility experts. more...
ASIS connects academics with feet on the street
ASIS International wants to put the ivory tower in touch with security through its Connecting Research to Security in Practice (CRISP) reports program. more...
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Enforcer request-to-exit sensor utilizes "no-touch" technology
Samsung launches GVI
SHR-6164 sixteen channel DVR uses dual codec
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IndigoVision to reveal a new range of NVRs at ASIS
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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.
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