Banking on megapixel technology
Westminster Savings Credit Union replaces its antiquated system of analogue cameras and VHS tapes that made identifying thieves, con artists and vandals virtually impossible. more...
By the numbers
If you put up a new fence and cameras to improve perimeter security, how do you know if it’s accomplishing what you intended it to do? Most would say if you’re keeping the bad guys out, it’s working, right? But what if you were asked to demonstrate exactly how effective the system has been? more...
Bill 168 provision poses interesting questions
As of June 15, Section 32.0.5 of Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act will require employers in Ontario to provide workers with “information, including personal information, related to a risk of workplace violence from a person with a history of violent behaviour, if the worker can be expected to encounter that person in the course of his or her work and the risk of workplace violence is likely to expose the worker to physical injury. more...
Guidelines blur the lines of reality
On May 10, Helena Guergis went to the Ottawa headquarters of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) with CBC anchor Peter Mansbridge to view security video footage of her now infamous visit to the Charlottetown Airport last February. Her goal was to prove that she did not have the “meltdown” that had previously been reported in the press. more...
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NVR supports megapixel
Toshiba has combined fault tolerant engineering with multi-format support of up to 32 IP network cameras — including megapixel models — in its new NVS network video recorder.
LaCie has announced the Rugged Safe, offering multiple levels of data protection.
Arecont Vision introduces full HD 1080p camera
Arecont Vision has introduced the AV2805, a full HD Mode 1080p camera providing full high-definition (HD) video with 1920x1080 pixels (2.07 megapixels) at 30fps.
Coming Up: Canadian Security June 2010
Education K-12 issue: How the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School worked with its integrator to create a hybrid CCTV system for new schools. Why analogue is still their system of choice.
Visitor Management: How one manufacturing facility gained control over who is visiting their premises.
Incident reporting metrics: Why knowing the ROI on your security investment can pay dividends over time.
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20th World Conference On Disaster Management June 6-9, 2010 Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building 255 Front Street West Toronto, Ont.
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Video Evidence: Legal Aspects of Video Surveillance June 15,2010 Elliot Goldstein Fanshawe College, Building A, Rm. 1020 1460 Oxford St. E., London, ON Contact: Mark VanDenBossche Ph: 519-433-6763 ex. 226
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Security Canada West June 16, 2010 Richmond, B.C.
CSIS Annual National Conference The Business of Security September 19-21, 2010 Crowne Plaza Hotel Ottawa Contact: Bob Marentette, 1-800-461-7748
ASIS International Oct. 12-15, 2010 Dallas, Texas
Security Canada Central Oct. 20-21, 2010 Toronto Congress Centre Toronto, ON
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