ASIS Toronto will hold its annual Women in Security event on Nov. 15 with a focus on "The Power of Mentors - Making Connections Count."
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — One was a veteran police officer who didn't hesitate to run toward danger. Another was a young man who eagerly awaited the birth of his first sister and aimed to join the military. A third was a newly minted college graduate who worked with kids with developmental disabilities.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Using a smoke bomb and a handgun, a hooded gunman dressed all in black opened fire during “college night” at a country music bar in Southern California, killing 12 people and sending hundreds fleeing in terror, authorities said Thursday. The gunman was later found dead.
SHERWOOD PARK, Alta. — RCMP have identified a suspect who died after he was found in an underground parkade where two explosions occurred on Tuesday.
MOSCOW — Attempted drone attacks at this year's World Cup in Russia were thwarted by government authorities, the head of the host country's Federal Security Service said Wednesday.
A secretly recorded video depicting NHL players venting about team personnel matters illustrates exactly why everyone from governments to companies need to get more proactive about privacy, industry experts said Tuesday.
OTTAWA — Federal officials see no reason why organized crime would invest in legal cannabis over any other industry, despite allegations shady money is already tainting the business, an internal government memo says.
The Toronto Chapter of ASIS International has created a Student Sponsorship Program, matching ASIS members with aspiring security professionals who are currently enrolled in a post-secondary education program.
Toronto — Zerobit1 Security Planning Consultants Inc. has announced the early 2019 launch of 2B Cyber Bright, a new eLearning cyber security and identity theft awareness training program aimed to help small business, families and students manage their digital life by learning how to protect their identity.
MONTREAL — True Patriot Love Foundation and GardaWorld have announced the  expansion of the Veterans Transition Network program to support female veterans in Quebec.

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