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Toronto police say no charges will be laid in the shooting deaths of two men at a fast-food restaurant in February.
Against a backdrop of escalating cybersecurity attacks against public and private sector organizations in the U.S., a large percentage of Americans believe that a breach of their personal data held by a retailer or a government agency is likely within the next year, according to the 2015 Unisys Security Insights survey released today by Unisys Corporation in partnership with Lieberman Research Group.
Axis Communications has revealed the results of “The Great Disconnect Between LP and IT,” a 2015 study by IHL Group, a global research and advisory firm specializing in technologies for the retail and hospitality industries. The research illustrates the differing ways in which IT and loss prevention (LP) teams view priorities, including staff and budgetary allocation. It also outlines the barriers to a closer LP to IT relationship and new revenue-generating functions of IP-enabled technologies.
ValuePenguin has just published its ranking of the 30 best cities in the US to work as a security guard.
BlackBerry Limited announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire WatchDox Ltd. to further enhance BlackBerry’s mobile security and give enterprises unmatched control over their files even after data leaves the corporate network.
TrackTik announced the addition of Securitas North America to their list of clients, and the closing of a new round of $1.5M seed financing, led by iNovia Capital, less than a year after the first round. Klass Capital also participated in the new round of financing.
Last year, the number of private security guards in British Columbia hit an all-time high, bouncing back from a slight dip the industry encountered in 2010.
The gang members, dressed in fluorescent vests and hard hats, calmly carried bags and wheeled garbage bins into a high- security storage facility in London's diamond district.
Baseball fans making their first trip of the season to the Blue Jays home opener at the Rogers Centre on Monday will find it a lot like going to the airport, minus having to remove their shoes and belts.
Baseball fans are taking their first swings at the sport's new security guidelines.

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