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Canadian Security announces 2021 Emerging Leader Award winner

Suzanna Alsayed is an emergency management and security specialist based in Toronto.

COVID 19 vaccine to be mandatory for federal employees, many travellers

Ottawa will require federal employees, workers in federally regulated industries and many travellers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, marking a shift in the federal government’s position on vaccine mandates.

UN experts call for more rules on countries’ use of spyware

Human rights experts working with the United Nations called on countries to pause the sale and transfer of spyware and other surveillance technology until they set rules governing its use, to ensure it won’t impinge upon human rights.
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IT resiliency

Three steps to improving IT resiliency and security

True IT resilience requires security teams and managers to take a more proactive approach to preventing incidents before they cause a disruption. » Read full article
CyberSecurity webinar

Cybersecurity Best Practices – From Prevention to Loss Mitigation

Register today for this FREE webinar to learn about the challenges of protecting the hybrid workplace and what steps can be taken to provide a preventative approach to cybersecurity in your business.

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US warns 9/11 anniversary could inspire extremist attacks

Homeland Security did not cite any specific threats but noted that the U.S. is in a “heightened threat environment.” » Read full article

Property insurers update risk modelling as Canada braces for climate impacts

Canada needs clear, measurable targets to protect residents based on data and risk assessments that reflect current and also future climate conditions, says Insurance Bureau of Canada exec. » Read full article

CyberNB and Cisco Canada partner for cyber education

Partnership to provide cybersecurity training program for more than 1,500 New Brunswick high school students over the next three years. » Read full article

2021 ASIS Toronto Chapter Golf Tournament

Location: Angus Glen Golf Club
Date: August 18, 2021
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Data Connectors – Canada East

Location: Online
Date: Sept. 8-9, 2021
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Location: Orlando, Fla.
Date: Sept. 27-29, 2021
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