Salary Survey results: Do certifications matter?
Compensation continues to be a sore point for security professionals — particularly those at entry level — and an astonishing number of people have no faith in certifications as an indicator of earning potential. We speak to experts about what they mean, how to use them and if they should be replaced altogether.
Fearmongering vs. education in security
by Glen Kitteringham
Security providers need to reassess their marketing approach if they're trying to scare their customers rather than help them
This Week in Canadian Security:
Black Box transmits video data over distance
ServSwitch Agility DVI, USB and Audio over IP Extenders that enable keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) extension over virtually any distance
Bosch introduces two new analogue cameras
Bosch has expanded its line of FlexiDome cameras with the introduction of two new analogue models that feature a 6-50 mm varifocal lens
Speed Identity captures biometric data
G3 is a compact all-in-one solution for capturing biographic and biometric data
Coming Up: Canadian Security December 2010
Labour disputes: How Vale Inco's Peter Kavanagh, Vale's Global head of emergency response, handled a year-long strike
Salary Survey: How much is everyone making? We report on the results of the 3rd annual Canadian Security Salary Survey
ASIS Toronto Security Practitioner/Law Enforcement Awards: And the winners are: Recipients in the category of Frontline Security, Women in Security, Investigations and Technology.
In every issue:
CCTV & The Law with Elliott Goldstein
From the top: By Glen Kitteringham
Managing Your Physical Security Program Nov. 17 to 19, 2010 Edmonton and Northern Alberta Chapter ASIS West Edmonton Mall, Fantasyland Hotel
ASIS Toronto Chapter Nov.18, 2010 Toronto Chapter 3rd Annual Security Summit Parking Facilities Security Cost $100 for security association members, $150 for non-members Ryerson University Toronto, Ont. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. AGM and Chapter elections to follow at 1 p.m.
IP-Based Physical Security Road Show Nov. 18, 2010 Graybar Canada Unit 2, 1730 Bantree Street, Ottawa, ON 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Free admission
Human Security and Transnational Crime Feb. 21-23, 2011 1st Annual Conference Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, B.C.
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