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How Bell Canada is keeping tabs on telecom fraud
Telecom fraud is keeping Bell Canada's vp of corporate security Gaétan Houle busy these days. Over the course of the last year the problem has increased almost 20 per cent thanks to the recession and an increase in the involvement of organized crime. more...

Terry Hoffman's 10 tips to consider when going to tender
Terry Hoffman, CBCP, CPP, of Hoffman & Company Security Management Consultants, offers advice for how to handle procurement.

CN's investment arm upgrades for tighter network security
Downtime isn't an option when you're handling billions in investment portfolios. Find out how CN's Investment Division made its network more robust

ASIS Toronto to host security summit
The Toronto chapter of ASIS International will host a half-day security summit on Friday, Nov. 27 in downtown Toronto. ASIS will present speakers who will address such topics as: The effect of the Occupiers Liability Act on corporate security and HR; the changing face of Facebook’s privacy boundaries; how to manage HR without a corporate security team; and how Bill 168 could change the way workplaces handle harassment and violence. Following lunch, ASIS Toronto will hold its AGM and 2010 elections. The event will be held at the InterContinental Toronto Center., 225 Front St. West., 7:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

Security Director of the Year award dinner (image gallery)
See who was on hand at the Security Director of the Year award dinner, sponsored by Anixter, to help winner Ric Handren of RBC celebrate

This Week in Canadian Security:

Chris Menary talks about his new book
Chris Menary from the Centre for Security Training and Management discusses his book, "The Canadian Security Professionals Guide".

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Canadian Security talks to CSIS President Gene McLean
The new head of the Canadian Society for Industrial Security talks about building membership

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Bosch releases ZX55 Infrared Imager
A night imaging solution for critical outdoor surveillance applications
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Samsung Techwin to sell
DVR/LCD combo
A 4-channel DVR with a
self-contained 3.5” LCD
on the front panel
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Verity Systems wipes
drives clean
V91 Max now produces a powerful 7,000 oersted electromagnetic, gauss field
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On deck: Coming up in the November issue of
Canadian Security

Cover Story:
Bell Canada's role in keeping Vancouver 2010 safe
Bell Canada's 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?

In every issue:
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
CCTV & The Law with Elliott Goldstein
The Security Director’s Perspective: By Glen Kitteringham
Book Review

Calendar of Events:

Managing the bomb threat November 16, 2009 Explosives Management Group Calgary

Managing the bomb threat November 18, 2009 Explosives Management Group Vancouver

ASIS Toronto half-day security summit November 27, 2009 7:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Intercontinental Toronto 225 Front St. W.

Security Management for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industry Systems November 30, 2009 Carriage House Inn 9030 Macleod Trail South Calgary, AB  T2H 0M4
Tel: 800-661-9566

Security Management for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industry Systems December 1, 2009 Edmonton, Alta

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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