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The disappearance of a portable hard drive containing the personal information of 583,000 student loan recipients underscores the need to ensure that formal privacy and security policies are more than simply words on paper, an investigation has found.
IBM and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have announced their intention to establish a Center of Excellence for Security and Protection of Infrastructure and Assets, located in Beer-Sheva, Israel.
Officers probing a series of sexual assaults on the University of British Columbia's Vancouver campus have received more than 100 tips in the two days since a composite drawing of the suspect was released.
A series of sexual assaults at the University of B.C. has prompted an unusual "climate of fear" and unprecedented police and security measures, the university's president said Wednesday.
The Hamilton Spectator reports that the Muslim Association of Hamilton has completed security improvements sparked by an 2010 attempted firebombing at the Mountain Mosque.
The Toronto chapter of ASIS International is once again offering its Student Scholarship Program. Benefits include: recognition of academic work, financial awards, exposure to senior security professionals and the possibility of having an article (written by the winner of the writing competition) digitally published by Canadian Security magazine.
Effective Jan. 31, the Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness (CCEP) is ceasing operations and will award its assets to the Emergency Management and Public Safety Institute (EMPSI) of Centennial College in Toronto.
Commissionaires has launched CNTI, a national training institute offering security training and customer service courses at locations across the country.
As part of its Emergency Management and Public Safety Institute (EMPSI), Centennial College is building its complement of courses of interest to individuals working in, or preparing for, careers related to emergency response and management. New this fall are two specialized courses: Managing and Operating a Virtual Emergency Operations Centre (VEOC), and Exercise Program Management.
The wife of a guard who survived a deadly armoured car robbery in Edmonton says her husband has opened his eyes at least once and squeezed her hand.
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