BlackBerry chief executive John Chen said Friday he's on the hunt to acquire a security company, and may tap into some of his company's growing cash reserves to make it happen.
The Edmonton Police Service is reminding businesses and homeowners to clean their security camera lenses and maintain their equipment to help fight crime.
Two university researchers say Canadian Internet providers are failing to be transparent about how they protect customers' online privacy.
Police say the two men and a woman were not charged and it's believed the trio was not involved in the matter.
According to a story in the Globe and Mail: The security guard involved in a fatal shooting at a Toronto McDonald’s early Saturday worked for Intercon Security, a company recently acquired by Montreal-based private security firm GardaWorld. Joe Gavaghan, corporate communications director at GardaWorld, said in a statement Monday, that the company “is fully cooperating with law enforcement in the investigation of this incident. In respect for the families involved and the on-going investigation, we will not comment further.”
TORONTO — Police say two men are dead and a third injured after an altercation in an east-end Toronto McDonald's escalated and “multiple” shots were fired early Saturday.
The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) has released the following statement regarding shopping center and mall security.
TeleSign, the Mobile Identity company, has released new research in collaboration with RSA, the Security Division of EMC, that shines a light on widespread enterprise fraud as a result of mobile growth. According to the research, enterprises have reported up to $240 million in annual losses each due to mobile fraud, despite asserting they have adequate systems in place for detection and remediation.
The man who sparked pandemonium when he opened fire in a crowded Toronto mall was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder at the time and likely experienced a "disassociative episode," a psychiatrist told Christopher Husbands's trial on Monday, laying the foundation for what's expected to be a not criminally responsible defence.
Target Corp. has named a General Motors executive to be chief risk and compliance officer as the retailer continues to overhaul its security department in the wake of last year's massive data breach.

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