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Copy that: Assessing the risks of digital photocopiers
Pat Bowes had no idea that the three Toshiba photocopiers in her Halifax business centre could be posing a security threat to both her and the businesses to which she leases office space.

G20 post mortem: How the private security industry performed through the biggest security operation in Canadian history

King-Reed and Centre for Security Training & Management team up to deliver PI training
Looking for a refresher course before taking your Ontario PI licence? Find out about the two companies who have partnered to deliver a training program. more...

Cybercrime's financial and geographic growth shows no slowdown during global economic crisis
Cyber attacks and malicious activity continued to spread in 2009, and neither the economic recession nor geographic location slowed cybercriminals. more...

This Week in Canadian Security:

G20 Recap: How did police and private security perform during the Summit?

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Interview with ADT Advanced Integration, Intercon Security's Iain Morton
Why Morton says the industry needs to embrace standards

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iBR9000 built tough for security checkpoint applications
The iBR9000 is the newest in a family of iButton readers designed and manufactured by Videx. The small and lightweight iBR9000 is ideal for use in any checkpoint application where you need to know who was there, and when they were there.
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Fixed mini-dome and box H.264 mega-pixel cameras
Panasonic Canada has introduced a new series of H.264 network cameras which support multiple video streams and utilize i-Pro SmartHD features in low light levels.
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Modular enterprise server for IP video security
Geutebruck's latest GeViScope-based high end IP solution is an adaptable enterprise class modular server for customized applications requiring high-availability video in environments ranging from casinos and cash-handling centres, to prisons, industrial applications and critical infrastructure.
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Coming Up: Canadian Security July/August 2010

Cover story: Alberta Health’s centralized security operation

Tony Weeks, Executive Director, Protective & Parking Services with Alberta Health, together with his systems and investigations departments, oversees more than 800 sites across the province including health care, public health, EMS and a budget of $62 million, 500 employees and 60,000 parking stalls.

His department has embarked upon a seven-day-a week, 24-hour, province-wide security control centre — effectively a “911 centre for health care” that covers alarms, security cameras and dispatching for all of Alberta’s acute care facilities.

Securing the Nation - special supplement
Read about state-of-the-art security systems in public spaces such as the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Cty of Abbotsford; changes to air cargo security and a round up on the G20.

Organization profile: The Association of Certified Forensic Investigators (ACFI).

In every issue:
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
CCTV & The Law with Elliott Goldstein
From the top: By Glen Kitteringham
Book Review

Calendar of Events:

Ontario Chapter 24th Annual Golf Tournament July 15, 2010, Station Creek Golf Club, Gormley, Ontario

ASIS Toronto Chapter golf tournament August 12, 2010 Angus Glen, Markham, Ont.

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

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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