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Confronting active shooter

On Oct. 1 this year, 58 people were killed at a county music festival in Las Vegas and on Nov. 5, 26 people died in a Texas church. These incidents all occurred in the U.S., but Canadians are by no means exempt from their impact or from the phenomenon of active shooter itself.

Security Insider: Security policies and legal marijuana

With legal recreational cannabis coming to Canada next year, security professionals may be faced with new questions. Experts and consultants provide an update on the current legal status and what we can expect in 2018.

Study finds Canadian companies may be at risk when replacing IT equipment

The study found data security is the main concern for 93 per cent of IT professionals, but only two out of 10 say their company hires a specialized company when disposing of used IT equipment.
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Video: Bruce Schneier on IoT, threats and regulations

Canadian Security had the chance to sit down with Bruce Schneier, author of the "Schneier on Security" blog, special advisor to IBM Security and CTO of IBM Resilient, to discuss his thoughts about IoT, threats and regulations. » Read full article
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Hall of Fame 2017

Whether it’s through volunteer efforts, drive for innovation or simply a desire to succeed in a growth business, Pierre Racz, Ed Fitchett and Ivan Spector are leaders through example. Please join SP&T News in congratulating them for their success and inclusion in our Hall of Fame. » Read More

National security bill will help combat homegrown extremism: Goodale

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the Liberal government's sweeping national security bill will make it easier to combat homegrown extremism by improving existing provisions. » Read full article

Gun violence in hospitals tough to predict: expert

When it comes to gun violence in hospitals and health-care facilities, Martin Green, president of the International Association for Healthcare Safety and Security (IAHSS), says it is difficult to prevent. » Read full article

ASIS webinar: Risk management strategies and crisis communications

A company’s “biggest exposure” is “what you don’t know you don’t know.” To identify this, companies should determine the assets they know are at risk, and then use open-sourced intelligence. » Read full article

Focus On Health Care Security

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Dec. 6, 2017
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Fraud and anti-counterfeiting conference

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: Dec. 6-8, 2017
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Security Career Expo

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: March 7, 2018
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