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A survey by Honeywell shows industrial companies are not moving quickly to adopt cybersecurity measures to protect their data and operations.
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BlackBerry recently announced the launch of the Crisis Communications Specialization. Members of BlackBerry’s Enterprise Partner Program will have access to the Crisis Communications Specialization to help clients communicate and collaborate in emergencies.
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Qognify has won the Mobile Security Solution Provider of the Year award at the 2017 Mobile Breakthrough Awards. The award recognizes the Qognify Extend suite of integrated mobile solutions that helps organizations leverage field resources and responders to increase situational awareness.
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Hikvision Canada Inc. has announced the launch of its cybersecurity road show. “Cybersecurity Myths and Facts: Presented by Hikvision,” will take place in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver from December 4-8, 2017.
Written by Memoori
The access control business has, over the last 10 years, completely changed its image from being a rather unattractive slow growth and conservative business to today, taking up a position as a fast growing, confident business.
Written by Ellen Cools
SP&T News is nothing without our readers, and the professional security community in Canada would be sadly diminished without its leaders, entrepreneurs, inventors and personalities.
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ONVIF hosted its 17th ONVIF Developers’ Plugfest in early November in Seoul, South Korea. It was the group’s second largest plugfest and the largest in the past five years, the organization says.
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ScanSource Networking and Security, a business unit of ScanSource, Inc., has been named 2017 National Distributor of the Year — United States, by Axis Communications at its 12th annual Axis Connect & Converge Conference (ACCC).
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According to a notice posted on stockmarketwire.com, Edinburgh, Scotland-based surveillance provider IndigoVision reported last week that its results “will be below forecasts and that it will report an operating loss for the year ending 31 Dec.”
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McAfee has announced the results of a survey conducted to identify the habits and behaviours of consumers as they prepare for the holiday shopping season.
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Gerry Miller, Peel Regional Police's alarm program supervisor, recently retired. At her retirement celebration, SP&T News asked her to reflect upon the industry, the changes she has seen over the years and what she expects to see in the future.
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Security 101 has announced that 15 offices in the U.S. will participate in the 6th annual Gift of Security corporate giving program.
Written by Ellen Cools
For those working with video analytics and video monitoring systems, chances are you’ve encountered a client who looks at footage of a security incident and says, “Let’s enhance that.” But, as Stephen Donohoe will tell you, it just doesn’t happen that quickly.
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The Monitoring Association (TMA) has released a new training course for monitoring center operators, created to address the challenges of 21st century monitoring.
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At ONVIF’s annual membership meeting in October, the company gave its members an update on the accomplishments of 2017 and its outlook for 2018.
Written by Neil Sutton
It is fitting that Houle is recognized with the 2017 Integrator of the Year award, sponsored by Anixter Canada, for a project that required them to work on two different sites simultaneously.
Written by Scott Lindley
Hacking has become a threat far bigger than most people think.
Written by Michael DeMille
The buzzwords of our industry — Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile credentials, the Cloud, and artificial intelligence — are increasingly becoming more about deliverables and less about “what ifs.”
Written by Bill Maginas
There are countless security solutions and strategies that can be implemented to improve life safety across all facets of a property.
Written by Renée Francoeur
The exasperation Canadian police services experience with alarm monitoring and the number of “false” calls is nothing new.
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