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Security Canada West 2019
British Columbia Regional Golf Tournament
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Up Next – Security Canada West in Richmond BC
Up next in the Security Canada lineup is Security Canada West on June 19 in Richmond BC! Free registration is available for a limited time only!
Bob Moore Now Axis Director of Marketing
Axis Communications has announced that Bob Moore has joined the leadership team as Director of Marketing, Americas. Bob takes up his new position on July 1, 2019.
Korea Defense & Security Week
A special “buyers program” is being offered to CANASA members who qualify to attend this special event sponsored by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea. Please visit
for all the details.
Human Error Still the Main Cause of Data Breaches
According to the Data Protection Report conducted by Shred-it, Canadian C-suite and small business owners recognize data security risks but underestimate the consequences. Most of the respondents said that human error or accidental loss to be the main cause of a data breach.
New Moncton Facility for Wilsons
Wilsons Security has opened a new office in Moncton, NB. “I’m pleased to open our first office in New Brunswick” said David C. Wilson, President of Wilsons.
STANLEY Security Signs Agreement with Alarm.com
Stanley Black & Decker announced that STANLEY Security has joined a global services agreement with Alarm.com. A complete digital security solution under the STANLEY Security brand for small businesses will begin in the second quarter of 2019.
Study Says Data Protection Remains a Challenge
Dell EMC recently conducted a survey on data protection and found that data protection adopters has increased nearly 50%. However in Canada, many of the respondents are struggling to protect their data.
Stan Martin Recognized With Bill Cooper Award
Stan Martin, executive director of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition was recently honored by the Wisconsin Electronic Security Association.
March Networks Certified as Cybersecure Business Again
March Networks has been designated as a cybersecure business by Cyber Essentials Canada for a 2nd consecutive year.
“Connected Home Roadmap” Research Now Available
CABA has graciously permitted CANASA members and interested parties to view the executive summary of their landmark smart home research study.
Security Construction Contractors: We Welcome Your Input
In preparation for the 2020 ACQ negotiations, CANASA invites you to participate in the upcoming meetings. The meetings will begin on May 22 and will visit many regions of Quebec.
Implementation of the Quebec City Electronic Gateway
The solution adopted by the City of Quebec for the electronic communication between the Monitoring Stations and the Computer Assisted Distribution (CAD) system, to request police assistance following the activation of a verified intruder alarm has been postponed to June 2020 (initially planned for January 2019).
Seminars on Radicalization, Terrorism & Active Shooters
Join Brent Bergeron, retired OPP Detective Sergeant as he explores radicalization, how to mitigate the risk of attack and how to react during and after an incident. Click here for the details on the 2 upcoming seminars.
Edmonton Police Seeking Feedback from Current Alarm Permit Holders
In an effort to reduce the number of false alarms, the EPS is considering amendments to the City of Edmonton’s Bylaw. As these amendments will business owners and residents, they are seeking feedback from current alarm permit holders.
2019 Golf Dates and Prospectus Now Available!
The 2019 CANASA golf tournament dates are now available.
for all the dates and locations. Looking to sponsor a tournament?
for the 2019 Golf Prospectus.
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