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Accident claims life of B.C. security guard
Fatal accident occurs on the Vancouver-area set of a popular science-fiction television series

ASIS selects 2014 Accolades Winners
Accolades is an awards competition that recognizes the security industry's most innovative new products, services and solutions

Canada looking to expand efforts against potential terrorists
Government intends to do more both at home and abroad to counter Islamic extremism

Former privacy commissioner dies
George Radwanski, who resigned his post in 2003, has died at age 67

Secret Service considers new security checkpoints at White House
Moves follows an embarrassing security breach late last week

Apple tightens security for iPhones, iPads
Now, not even the company can pry into a password-protected device

Home Depot eliminates malware
Company says 56 million payment cards were compromised by a type of criminal software that hadn't previously been seen

Telus intros its transparency report
Company says it received about 103,500 official requests for information about its customers last year

U.S. Border Patrol to test body cameras
Will begin testing them this year at its training academy

Salary Survey returns for 2014
Canadian Security magazine is now conducting our annual Salary Survey — a national online workplace survey for the security sector. This anonymous survey, sponsored by Commissionaires, should take about 10-15 minutes and involves 34 multiple-choice questions. Participation is greatly appreciated. The greater the number of participants, the more information we are able to pass along to Canadian Security readers. Survey results will be made available online at and in Canadian Security magazine. Participants who complete the survey will be entered into a draw to possibly win a $100 Best Buy gift card. Click through to participate today.


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2014 Focus On Series


Canadian Security's Focus On Commercial Security is a one-day educational symposium — Oct. 15 in Toronto, Ontario — that brings together security end users working in commercial real estate and property management to discuss issues, trends and best practices shaping how they protect patrons, assets, tenants and property. Please visit to view the day's agenda and to register.


Calendar of Events

Canadian Industrial Emergency Conference & Expo Sept. 24-25 Hamilton, Ont.

ASIS International Seminar & Exhibits Sept. 29 - Oct. 2 Atlanta, Ga.

Anixter Showcase Oct. 7 Calgary, Alta.

3rd Annual International Airport Investigators' Training Symposium Oct. 7-9 Toronto, Ont.

Focus on Commercial/Property Management Security Oct. 15 Toronto, Ont.

SecTor Oct. 20-22 Toronto, Ont.

Security Canada Central Oct. 22-23 Toronto, Ont.

Securing New Ground Oct. 29-30 New York, NY

SecureTech Nov. 3-5 Ottawa, Ont.

Security Career Expo Nov. 25 Richmond Hill, Ont.

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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