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Items Tagged with 'Canadian security'
Requiring background checks on mid-employment workers is legal, but that doesn't mean it's uncomplicated.
Only 17 percent of Canadian organizations have a specific definition of insider threats, and 19 percent have employee training on recognizing and preventing it.
Two men have been arrested in connection to an al-Qaida supported plot to derail Canadian passenger trains.
The "Office of No" actually makes enterprises less secure, new research shows. Adopting new technology responsibly and ensuring employee awareness of security risks forms a stronger base for cyber security.
Business-owned cameras in Canada must meet several privacy requirements, including posted signs indicating that the camera is filming, along with why and who to contact about the video.
The threat of terrorists transporting improvised explosives on North America's major waterways has Canadians concerned, but an American report finds the risk "limited."
Although Canada has spent 15 years and nearly $1 billion on cyber security efforts, officials are unsure if the country's efforts are enough to stop a modern, robust cyber attack.
The program will focus on disaster preparation, counter-terrorism and crime.
The National Capital Security Partners' Forum (NCSPF) provides quality speakers and educational programming to a wider audience of security professionals and their collaborative partners in the intelligence and defense.