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Canadian Security recently held its final Focus On event of the year: Focus on Health-Care Security.
The Toronto chapter of ASIS International recently held its annual Women in Security event, this year spotlighting work-life balance issues and setting career goals.
NEW YORK — BlackBerry held its Security Summit in New York City this week, focusing on the software and services that have become the company’s bedrock following its transition away from the business of making handsets.
Canada’s cybersecurity strategy, the relationship between financial crime and cyber crime, cyber analytics and the prevalence of the Internet of Things (IoT) were just some of the topics covered at SecTor 2017 from November 13-15.
On October 18, Canadian Security celebrated the achievements of James Armstrong, Ottawa Airport's Vice President of Security with a gala event, dinner and award ceremony.
The Toronto chapter of ASIS International recently awarded its annual security and law enforcement awards, as well as scholarships for security professionals in training who are seeking to further their education and expand their credentials.
Canadian Security recently held its second Focus On event of the year with a closer look at drones: the origins of the market, legislative and regulatory issues, ongoing privacy and ethical concerns, and the technology that is making all of this possible.
The security industry gathered in Dallas, Tex., the last week of September for ASIS International’s annual seminar and expo — a showcase of security products and services, as well as a comprehensive education track. Here are some of the sights from the ASIS exhibition floor as well as several educational sessions. Also featured: Axis Communications timed the opening of its latest AEC to the Dallas conference and Vancouver-based Avigilon provided tours of its nearby Plano, Tex., manufacturing facility (last group of photos).
Canadian Security magazine recently hosted an Emergency Management roundtable to discuss some of the major issues affecting the field and the professionals who practice in it.
SP&T News and Canadian Security magazine hosted the first annual Security Summit Canada event this week, bringing together professionals from across the industry.
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