Banking on shared data
With 85 per cent of critical infrastructure in Canada either publicly or provincially owned, the challenge to make sure everyone involved shares information about incidents they deem suspicious has been a challenge, until now. more...
Calgary cop Kathy Macdonald recognized by Governor-General Michaëlle Jean for her contributions to the fight against Internet crime more...
Edmonton Police monitor the force with video surveillance
Camera placement in police stations is vital to keep everyone safe, suspects and officers alike more...
ASIS golf tournament photo gallery
Canadian Security was on the links and in the club house at the annual ASIS event, held this year at Angus Glen in Markham, Ont. View some of our photos from the event here.
ASIS Toronto members Michael Thompson of Aviva Canada (left) and Tom Fulford of Primary Response become holders of CPP, PCI and PSP. Two of only 32 globally.
Canada Night is coming! The legendary celebration of all things Canadian at the annual ASIS International show will be held on Sunday, Sept. 20. Download your invitation here.
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Wireless camera transmits up to 1,000 feet
5.8GHz wireless 4 channel camera sends video from locations normally not possible
Blind mate connectors address alignment issues
Connectors simplify RF signal interface between devices or units that may not be in linear alignment
Media disposal specialist grinds data off discs
DX-CD2 grinds the data layer off CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs to 250 micron particles
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Creating an emergency operations centre in Canada’s largest office tower
Ken Doige, Director, Security Eastern Region
Michael Allen, Manager, Security & Life Safety, First Canadian Place
Canadian Security gets an inside look at the emergency operations and security operations centre recently completed by Brookfield Properties at First Canadian Place. We also talk to Doige and Allen about how they worked with Johnson Controls and Genetec to create a parking duress station at the high-profile property in Toronto’s downtown core — the tallest and largest commercial office tower in the country.
Totem invests in state-of-the art security
Totem Building Supplies, an Alberta based retailer is a regional group with 15 corporately owned retail stores that operate under the Rona group of companies. Working with Calgary-based integrator, Contract Security, the retail company recently upgrades security at its locations.
Courtney Betty on why you should care about Occupiers Liability Act
Glen Kitteringham of Calgary writes about life from the end-user’s perspective
In every issue:
CCTV and the Law with Elliott Goldstein
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
Calendar of Events:
Pelco IP Roadshow September 14, 2009 Calgary, AB
Graybar Canada Markham branch vendor showcase & BBQ September 16, 2009 11:00am - 3:00pm 2750 John Street, Markham, Ont.
Pelco IP Roadshow September 17, 2009 The Westin Bayshore Vancouver
1601 Bayshore Dr. 604-691-6938
British Columbia Association of Professional Locksmiths September 17-19, 2009 3 days of seminars, meetings, displays Courtenay, B.C., Vancouver Island
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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