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Report: 60% of Canadian businesses don't have a security strategy

According to new research from Cisco, Canadian businesses are not equipped to respond to security threats within their networks. The study also found there are discrepancies between the preparedness of large and small businesses >> Read full article

14 massacred women remembered 25 years later

Loss of innocence was the theme that echoed throughout the day Saturday as people remembered 14 women who were shot to death at the Ecole polytechnique 25 years ago because of their gender. Various events were held to commemorate the anniversary of what became known as the Montreal Massacre >> Read full article

Pan Am Games, a once-in-a-lifetime chance for students

The Sheridan Sun reports: Sheridan students are pitching in to contribute their services to Toronto’s biggest sporting event, the 2015 Pan Am Games. What makes it important for Michael Near, a second-year Investigations student, is “the fact that you get to work at an international event but also locally. It’s a really fascinating opportunity that I’m looking forward to.” >> Read full article

 
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Scam season in full swing

Scam season in full swing

KnowBe4 issued an alert warning of a recent spate of high profile social engineering attempts targeted at prominent businesses. One such attack includes high profile financial advisors, officers and deal makers, thought to be an attempt to gain a Wall Street edge. The FBI also alerted private sector companies that targeting of their networks is a significant threat as reported by Reuters >> Learn More…

 
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Accused had PTSD, says psychiatrist at Eaton Centre shooting trial

The man who sparked pandemonium when he opened fire in a crowded Toronto mall was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder at the time and likely experienced a "disassociative episode," a psychiatrist told Christopher Husbands's trial >> Read full article

Thieves make off with snowblower

Thieves in Winnipeg appear to be taking the weather into account when they decide what to steal. Recently, security cameras at one Winnipeg house caught two men brazenly taking the homeowner's snowblower right out of his yard in broad daylight >> Read full article

Former privacy commissioner and journalist Bruce Phillips dead at 84

Former journalist and federal privacy commissioner Bruce Phillips has died. He was 84. A statement from his family says he died of kidney failure on Saturday in Penticton, B.C. >> Read full article

 
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 Event Calendar 
 

Focus On Health-Care Security

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: December 10, 2014 >> More Info

ASIS Toronto Holiday Gathering

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Dec. 17, 2014 >> More Info

Focus On Education (K-12) Security

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: March 25, 2015 >> More Info

ISC West

Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: April 15-17, 2015 >> More Info