We all must capitalize on the fresh lessons learned ensuring that we can maintain and improve upon what works.
We need a National Security Policy, particularly its Emergency Preparedness and Critical Infrastructure Protection elements, and one which allies, neighbours, businesses, provinces and municipalities can, with confidence.
This edition will focus on personal protection – how we can safeguard our own health and also the security of our personal identity data. Various organizations are trying to help us with both challenges, and FrontLine brings you an interesting selection of these options.
Emergency and Public Health Preparedness, Border Security, Climate Change, Terrorism challenges, Crime prevention, Cyber Security advice… we have it all for your summer reading. Much to reflect upon in all these offerings … much to do in our homes and local and greater communities!
We are pleased that the federal government has awakened to the seriousness and broad scope of Cyber Security threats and is preparing a policy on this matter.
A Sine Qua Non of our Mutual Economic Confidence
Funding initiatives that make our borders more efficient and secure, a worthwhile and effective stimulus to our economy. A practical and remunerative initiative that the federal government must consider.
A Sine Qua Non of Economic Mutual Confidence
Our Spring issue on Terrorism and Critical Infrastructure Protection generated much interest and comment.
Our main theme for this edition is on Critical Infrastructure Protection.