Transportation
According to several reports, Billy Bishop Airport, based in Toronto, will add security measures to the ferries that take passengers to and from the airport terminal. A CBC story states that the extra screening is not expected to result in longer wait times, according to security staff. Extra measures will include random swabs of passenger luggage and belongings to screen for potential explosive devices.
INKAS Security Services, as a company, is going through a period of reinvention. Known for its armoured transport and cash handling business, there is a lot more in development, according to president and CEO Victor Goodman.
TORONTO — One of the hackers involved in stealing data connected to 57 million Uber users in 2016 was located in Canada.
TORONTO — Uber is owning up to a year-old security breach that saw hackers steal the personal information of millions of customers around the world, but is not saying how many Canadians have been affected.
OTTAWA — A gaggle of young constituents — and their parents — descended on Parliament Hill today to press politicians to resolve ongoing airport hassles children face due to security list snags.
TOLEDO, Ohio — The armed robbery suspect hiding out in a camper in rural Michigan heard state troopers closing in, so he dashed into a field and crouched among the 6-foot-tall cornstalks. What he didn't know was that police had eyes on him from above.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — New security screenings for all passengers on U.S.-bound flights began on Thursday, with airlines worldwide questioning flyers about their trip and their luggage in the latest Trump administration decision affecting global travel.
OTTAWA — Travellers who are prescribed marijuana for medical reasons have fewer hurdles to clear at airport screening points due to a change in policy by the agency responsible for security.
LAS VEGAS — As bullets began flying into a crowd of country music fans, a pack of 300-plus people ran about a mile to the Las Vegas airport, where they kicked down chain-link fences, hobbled over razor wire and were briefly mistaken by security officials for being attackers instead of shooting victims.
Police shot a man who wielded a knife and tried to get into a Miami airport terminal from a runway, prompting the closure of a busy concourse as travellers tried to leave Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma, authorities said.

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