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National police force grapples with calls for change, shifting role as it turns 150

Debate and introspection about aspects of what the RCMP does have come to the fore following crises including the 9/11 attacks, the 2014 storming of Parliament Hill by a gunman, and the 2022 blockades of border crossings and downtown Ottawa.

France details huge security for Paris' gargantuan 2024 Olympic opening ceremony

France's government, the organizing committee president for the 2024 Paris Games and the French capital's mayor signed an 11-page security protocol that for the first time publicly laid out some of the gritty details of their planning.

Death of the password coming as passkey technology on brink of consumer adoption

Passkeys are thought to be more secure than passwords because there is no string of characters, numbers and symbols to memorize, making them harder to hack.


Next generation access control: Optimizing building security and improving the tenant experience

Over the last few years, we’ve seen access control systems take giant strides in mobile access, cloud-based architecture, biometric verification and improved integration with surveillance and other smart building systems. In this roundtable discussion, we’ll hear from stakeholders — including security leaders, property managers, suppliers and installers — who will share best practices, highlight technical achievements and offer insights into the future of the technology. You won't want to miss it!
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Top 10 Under 40: Braeden Cockburn, security and life safety manager, Cadillac Fairview

Braeden Cockburn tells us about his background in security, outlines the importance of relationship-building and customer service, and offers advice for those interested in becoming part of the industry.  » Watch the video
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Russians could be disguising cash to evade Canadian sanctions, federal agency warns

Canada's financial intelligence agency is warning that Russians subject to economic sanctions due to Moscow's attack on Ukraine could try to evade them using shell companies, cryptocurrency and real-estate transactions. » Read full article

Meta fined record $1.3 billion and ordered to stop sending European user data to US

The European Union slapped Meta with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine Monday and ordered it to stop transferring users' personal information across the Atlantic by October, the latest salvo in a decadelong case sparked by U.S. cybersnooping fears. » Read full article

Awash in social media, how are police learning to inform the public better after shootings?

Police began to harness social media a decade ago, most famously after the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. » Read full article


Security Canada West

Location: Richmond, B.C.
Date: June 14, 2023
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BOMA International Conference & Expo

Location: Kansas City, Mo.
Date: June 24-27, 2023,
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