PHOTOS: Canadian Security Honours
By Canadian Security StaffFeatures adt canada ASIS International canasa crimestoppers cs honours GardaWorld humber college innovise software loss prevention security director of the year Stanley Security stephen o'keefe
On Oct. 3, Canadian Security magazine held the CS Honours gala to recognize four security professionals: Robert Kilfoyle, director of public safety and emergency management, Humber College (Security Director of the Year); Sean Sportun, manager, security and loss prevention Circle K – Central Canada Division (Community Leader Award); Scott Young, vice-president, Prairie Region, GardaWorld (Emerging Leader Award); and Robert Marentette, director of operations, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ont. (Lifetime Achievement Award).
Stephen O’Keefe, president of Bottom Line Matters, kicked off the afternoon with a keynote on security trends, including profiling, sensitivity training, loss prevention and artificial intelligence.
More than 80 security professionals attended the event to support the award winners and their achievements. The event was also supported by sponsors Innovise Software, GardaWorld, ADT Canada and Stanley Security, as well as industry partners, the Canadian Security Association (CANASA), ASIS Canada, ASIS International (Toronto Chapter), and the Security Executive Council. For more coverage of the awards, and profiles on all four winners, pick up the Fall issue of Canadian Security, available soon.
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