Happy Friday, Security readers, and welcome to the Week in Review!
We at Security hope you’re having a marvelous start of summer, so to help you save time this weekend, we have compiled the best of this week’s articles so you can catch up with all the industry news just in time to fire up the barbecue or head to the beach.
Top News Articles
Canadian Safety and Security Program Established
Security Raised at Swedish Nuclear Plants after Explosives Found Nearby
Vandalism of Picasso Painting Caught on Film
ISC Returns to the East, Not Solutions
Security Should Focus on Cybercrime, not Antivirus: Report
Qualcomm Stadium to Get Cheaper Security
LinkedIn Security Breach Triggers $5 Million Lawsuit
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