eBay takes the fight to online fraudsters
The Internet auction house talks about its tools for combating fraud. Find out what your best practices should be when it comes to tracking goods. more...
How Brookfield Properties security director handles 10 million sq. ft.
Managing security for high-profile real estate in Toronto can be a challenge. Ken Doige talks about how comprehensive training and a new operations centre has made his life a little easier more...
Why the citizen's arrest policy needs to be revised
by Brian Robertson
An incident with a Toronto shopkeeper has some wondering if there's not enough leeway given to citizens who want to do the right thing more...
Toronto Star exposé puts security in a bad light
by Jennifer Brown
Not all the facts are in evidence when it comes to the Star's recent story on guard training shortcomings more...
This Week in Canadian Security:
||How Trillium Health Centre is handling H1N1 security
Manager of Security Ken Close speaks to Canadian Security about what the hospital is doing to prepare for the virus
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security panels for iPhone
Ethernet Interface Module allows users to add and view up to three IP cameras
H.264 upgrades to DX-TL8U
Mitsubishi has upgraded video compression to run on both H.264 and MPEG-4
Samsung Techwin America announces the SOC-4160
The SOC-4160 is integrated with weather proof housing and a built-in 3.6X varifocal lens
On deck: Coming up in the November issue of
Gaétan Houle, vice-president, Corporate Security, Bell Canada
Gaétan Houle talks about the drastic increase in attempted telecom fraud since the beginning of the recession, and what the company is doing to manage the threat. Houle is also part of the team at Bell responsible for securing the critical infrastructure supporting the 2010 Olympics.
10 Tips for going to tender
Navigating the complicated waters of the RFP, RFQ, RFT process. What homework should you do before going to tender and what are biggest mistakes end-users make?
Nipping fraud losses at the root
Investors and shareholders today demand that organizations address and mitigate the risk of fraud and take proactive measures to bring fraud to light should it occur. An expert at KPMG looks at steps organizations can take to protect themselves.
In every issue:
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
CCTV & The Law with Elliott Goldstein
The Security Director’s Perspective: By Glen Kitteringham
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