Calgary transit upgrades CCTV system to enhance security
As is too often the case, tragedy is the catalyst for improving security and safety in many organizations. Unfortunately, that’s one of the drivers behind a new multi-million dollar system that is in development for Calgary Transit’s C-Train system. more...
Encryption technology provides privacy-protected video surveillance
How to tackle the question of privacy in light of the increase in networked cameras. more...
Passage to India: lots of guards, but are they trained?
Glen Kitteringham travels to Delhi to train protection officers. He saw lots of guards, but would they know what to do in a crisis? more...
Drive Test agency awarded guard exam contract in Ontario
The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services has selected Serco DES Inc., as the successful bidder to provide examination hosting and invigilation services for candidates seeking licenses to work as security guards or private investigators. more...
BC Hydro to protect critical Olympic power supplies with MIR3
MIR3 Inc., a producer of real-time global notification and response technology, has announced that BC Hydro, the third largest electric utility in Canada, has adopted MIR3’s inEnterprise Intelligent Notification technology to strengthen security communication and ensure important message delivery across the organization during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games (Feb. 12–28) in Vancouver, B.C. more...
This Week in Canadian Security:
SALTO launches new
AElement is a new RFID hotel lock from SALTO Systems that provides an enhanced guest experience using on-line wireless technology and features stunning, cutting edge design.
VIP-125 fire alarm amplifier
Silent Knight by Honeywell announces a new 125-watt amplifier, designed to economically simplify fire alarm voice evacuation system design.
Bosch iSCSI disk array designed for maximum protection of recorded video
Bosch has announced the release of the DSA-N2B40 iSCSI Disk Array Series, offering maximum scalability for even the most demanding video surveillance applications.
On deck: Coming up in the April 2010 issue of
Ryan Howes, Operations Manager, The Molson Amphiteatre and Live Nation Canada talks about special event security
In the line of duty: Bill 168
It is hoped the Act created to amend Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act with respect to workplace violence and harassment, will help improve the safety of security guards in the province.
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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