Security Director of the Year is UNOPS’s Chief of Corporate Security
Thomas Gerstenecker, 43, is Chief of Corporate Security, Global Operations for the UNOPS, and currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was chosen by the Canadian Security Advisory Board June 29. Gerstenecker, who is the first security professional hired by the UNOPS to serve in such a role, developed a Safety and Security Awareness campaign (SAFEUN) with endorsement at the executive level and in a global context within the organization. "I’m really thrilled,” said Gerstenecker when contacted by Canadian Security. “This is really an exciting time to be with the UN."
Who is ultimately responsible for following OH&S legislation?
On July 8, 2011 Garda Canada Security Corp., pled guilty in a Calgary courtroom to one charge of negligence as it relates to failing to ensure the health and safety of one of its employees. The charge was laid under the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act. The company was handed more than $92,000 in fines. So who is ultimately responsible for making sure health and safety legislation is followed when several departments in an organization could be part of the equation?
Brian White named new Senior Manager, Security for Rogers Communications
After eight years with CB Richard Ellis, Brian White has joined Rogers Communications as Senior Manager, Physical Security Management Services.
ASIS Toronto adds “Security Educator” to practitioner awards line up – deadline Aug. 31
The deadline is fast approaching for submissions to ASIS Toronto’s annual Security Practitioner Awards
Bosch camera certified explosion-proof
Bosch Security Systems Inc. introduces the Extreme Series Camera EX65 model Explosion Protected.
Speco Technologies releases hybrid DVR
Speco Technologies announced immediate availability of the DVRPC16T, a 16 Channel DVR Server with Intelligent Analytics, dual gigabyte NIC’s, and a playback/search function.
Wireless gate kit uses existing access control systems
The Ingersoll Rand GCK400 Wireless Gate Kit includes panel interface module (PIM), wireless reader interface, antenna, 12 VDC transformer and grounding
Coming Up: Canadian Security July/August 2011
Tim McCreight, CISO Province of Alberta
Winnipeg Health Authority rolls out networked access control across 22 locations.
Agriculture Canada makes risk assesment a top priority
Also In this issue:
From the top: By Glen Kitteringham
ASIS Chapter update: Southwestern Ontario Chapter news
Regulatory round up with Fraser McGuire
Tech Watch with Marty Musters
Book Reviews with Derek Knights
Calendar of Events:
International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection August 23-26, 2011, 13th Annual Conference, Seminar, Trade Show and Certification Program, Marriott City Center, Denver CO, 1-800-257-6717
SANS Ottawa August 28 to Sept. 2, 2011 Information security training conference
Security Canada Atlantic Sept. 14, 2011 Holiday Inn Halifax Harbourview Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
ASIS International 2011 Sept. 19-22, 2011 57th Annual Seminar and Exhibits Orlando, Florida
Security Canada Central Oct. 19-20, 2011 Toronto Congress Centre Toronto, Ont
SecureTech Oct 25-27, 2011 Canadian Association of Defence and Security Ottawa Convention Centre Ottawa, Ont.
Canadian Industrial Security Conference Nov. 28-30, 2011 Hotel Hilton Gatineau, Quebec
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