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Organized Crime Strategy; Energy Vulnerability for NATO & the EU; First Responders can be Support Agencies.
Ongoing Response and Enforcement Efforts; New RCMP Operational Communications Centre; Gangs make use of the “Unknown” Advantage; Preparing an Investigative Interview; Foreign-sponsored Disinformation; Canadian Supply Chain Security Landscape; Lessons for Organizational Resilience; Fatality Management; Preparing an Investigative Interview; Enhance your Security Environment; Crisis Management, Does it Matter?; Gun-related Activity; Who's Where
SAR teams adapt during COVID; The Challenges of Leadership; ‘Defunding’ the Police?; Helping People with Mental Health; Safe Transit & Community Policing; Mass Gathering Safety & Security; Safety Management of Trucked HazMat; Intelligence and the Unknown Adversary; Aviation Security; Deception Detection; Critical Incident Mgmt Response; Border Search Policies; Who’s Where.
Public Safety Action is Necessary; How will COVID Challenge You?; De-escalation and Crowd Management; Money Laundering; Fifty Shades of COVID Grey; A Green New World; FrontLine Security News
RCMP Stretched Too Thin; Systems Thinking for Project Mgmt; Next Gen Simulation Innovations; CBRN Strategy Renewal Overdue; CBSA Warns Seniors; Advances in Airport Security Screening; Air Ambulance; Elections face the Hybrid Threat; SAR – BC’s New Funding Plan – Military v Civilian; Fundraising Expedition Across Baffin Island; Budget Implications for Security.
Smartphones, the Modern Battlespace; National Emergency Strategic Stockpile Mini-Clinics; Improving Sleep Among Frontline Workers; Corporate Safety and the Human Factor; Cheques to Terrorists; Innovation 2018; Fearing a Potential Dark Age; Simulation Technology; CBSA: Canada Customs and the Military; Hybrid Warfare and Lawfare.
A Review of C-59 : Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Bill 2.0; Active Shooter Response; Epic SAR at Yosemite National Park; Fingerprint Analysis; Forechecking the Cyber Puck; Hacking Medical Devices; North Korea as a global extortionist; Selling UN Peacekeeping to Canadians; The Pre-Event Vaccination Question; The Proliferation of “Alternative” Truths; Unravelling the Omar Khadr payoff.
Marine Terminals; Big Purchases – addressing complex projects and procurements; Pre-Border Clearance Issues in Bill C-23; Innovation in C4ISR; Do Air Traffic Controllers have a Risk Type?; Strategic Foresight; Frontline Leadership; Incident Management System; Maritime Security U.S. Coast Guard; Post-traumatic Growth; USCG National Security Cutters; Wiping out Piracy (Malaysia, Indonesia and Philippines).
Public Safety Analytics and Academia; The Dark Side of CRISPR; The Power of Information; Cyber Challenges and the Front Line; FTC and Cybersecurity Oversight; Integrative Partnering Solutions; Medical Countermeasures for Biological Warfare; Ottawa Police Strategic Operations Centre; Parliamentary Security Committee; Police Officers’ View of Analytics; Police Shooting Ranges.
Arctic Security should be a Top Priority; Arming Responders with the Right Technologies; Canadian Views on Terrorism; Commissioner Jody Thomas – Canadian Coast Guard; Data Analytics & Safer Policing; Drone-Assisted Disaster Response; Is Cyber Security Alone Ever Enough?; Protecting Critical Infrastructure; The Criticality of Cyber – the Public Safety Connection; The Weight of the Badge; Why is Everyone Talking about Encryption?.
Border security issues are piling up for the new Govt; Fighting Wildfires; Introduction: Illicit Tobacco Trade; Part 1 – The World Stage; Part 2 – Canada's Tobacco Roads; Part 3 – Courses of Action; Mitigating Fire Incidents in First Nations Communities; North American Safety & Security; Public Safety’s Kanishka Project.
Ranger Training; Big Data and Analytics for Responders; Geomatic SAR Analytics; Global to Local: Fighting Terrorism & Cyber Crime; Implications of a Multicultural Mindset; Local police budget limitations and the need for analytics impact national security; Money Laundering and the War on Drugs; OLT: Enhanced Oversight and Review; Protecting Critical Undersea Infrastructure.
Open Letter to Prime Minister; Securetech 2015 – an overview; Synergies between National Security & Public Safety; The Arctic Icebreaker “Gap”; The Role of the Veterinary Community; The State of Arctic & West Coast SAR; UAVs for First Responders; CADSI president discusses Securetech changes; Care, as a Duty; Critical Infrastructure: Degrees of Protection; Event Intelligence; Innovation & Simulation; It can’t happen here! Can it ?.
Barriers to Implementing Strategic Direction; Belgium: Crisis & Continuity Management; Critical Infrastructure Challenges; Mission Success or Warm & Fuzzy?; New Directions; Protect Yourself from a Massive Data Breach; Protection to Resilience; Saving Those Who Save; Severe Weather Safety; Simulation Training for Frontline Officers; The Quest for Interoperability; Twitter Terrorism.
Sustainable Peace Process in Ukraine?; The Mental Trauma of Search and Rescue; The Mid-Range Vulnerability; Towards a Safer and More Secure World; Waging "War" Against the Cyber Threat; Terrorism: Learn To Live With It; Bill C-51: Analysis without the Hype; Common Operating Picture for Emergency Management; Hard Landing at YHZ; Israel's Cyber Entrepreneurs; Protecting FrontLine Officers; Secure Application Enablement; Sensor Networks.
Understanding the threat is the first step in defeating it; A Tale of Two Insiders; Changes: FrontLine 2015; Engaging Employees to Take Ownership of IT Security; Is your Web Site a prime target for Cyber-Criminals?; Muscle Memory and Visualization; RCMP Face Denial of Basic Rights; Security Screening of Employees; The "Mystery Number" Scam; The Cyber Protection Equation; The Dangers of Ignorance in the Boardroom; The Port of Prince Rupert; The Two-Hat Volunteer Dilemma.
Frontline Medical Response; Unmanned Aerial System Integration; Intelligence-led Enforcement; PHAC on the International Scene; Public Health and a secure society; Public Safety Communications; Radar S21 Networks for Public Safety; Reflections on a Healthy, Safe World; Synthetic Identity Fraud; U.S. Civil Air Patrol; U.S. National Guard; Simulation Training for Law Enforcement; 20,000 Leagues Above the Sea; Emergency Paramedic Response from the Sharp End; The Battle against Fraud Intensifies.
Challenges of Cyber Security; Cyber Crime and CI in the Americas; Procurement: Coast Guard Helicopters; Airport Watch; CSDP: Common Security and Defence Policy; Cyber Strategies; Cyber-safe Critical Infrastructure; Insider Threats to Cyber Security; Securing Critical Infrastructure; Sharia: Canary in the Global Coal Mine; Simulation: Live-fire Training.
Ask the Right Questions; Calgary Transit Takes a New Direction; Come Hell or High Water!; Contraband Tobacco; Economics of Policing; First Responders and CBRNE; Lac Mégantic – will we listen this time?; Modern Policing; MSOC: Watching over Inland Waters; Rail Safety; Spy Games 2014; Technology & Resilience; The Business of Intelligence.
Counter-Terrorism Strategy from the UK; Crime and the Wireless World; Dealing With Terrorism In A Globally Connected World; Fighting Terrorism by Preventing Domestic Radicalization; Illicit Tobacco; Policing Terrorism After Boston; Terrorism in Canada; Virtual Pack of Lone Wolf Terrorists.
Immigration Screening & Enforcement Improvements; Interoperability for Responders; Q&A with CBSA; Volunteer Fire Fighters; A Border-crossing fee into the US?; Arming our First Line of Defence; Beyond the Border Agreement; Beyond the Border Policing; Boston Manhunt: Live on the Internet; Customs and Immigration Union; Illicit Trade: Tobacco (part 3); Immigration & Borders.
Contraband Tobacco: It's a Crime; Illicit Tobacco: Canada's Tobacco Roads (part 2); Illicit Tobacco: Courses of Action (part 3); Illicit Tobacco: What's the Big Deal? (part 1); Tobacco Roads.
Illicit Trade: Tobacco; Intelligence: Getting it Right!; Maritime Security; Policing Toronto's Waterfront; Replacing Coast Guard Helicopters; Security Sitrep 2013: What's Right, What's Wrong; The Changing Face of Security; What is an X3 Helicopter?; Arctic Cruise Ships; Beyond the Canada/U.S. Border; BLG: Intellectual Property; CBRNE Threats; Emergency Preparedness in Quebec; EMS in the United States.
The Legal Front; The New Reality Cyberwar; UAVs and Policing; Virtual Operations Support Team; Wisdom in a Wired World; First Responder Technologies; Future Flooding, EMAs Prepare; Illicit Tobacco Trade; Networked Threat, Networked Intelligence; Policy Task Group; Ports and Shipping Security; Situational Awareness for Emergency Management; Technology for First Responders.
CBRNE Danger; Broadband Spectrum; Building Health Care Facilities; Case for a National Security Coordinator; Crossing the Line; Culture of Safety for Paramedics; Cyber Threats; Demystifying Defence & Security Regulation; Electric Vehicles; EMS in Ontario; Improving Emergency Response; Improving Safety and Reducing Health Costs; Malaysian Maritime Security; Mallard Fire; Manitoba's Red River Flood; Mexico in Focus; Remote Response; Health Care Fraud.
Emergency Management and Border Security; Fighting BioTerror; Keeping Citizens Safe?; Maritime Air: Guardians of the Coast; MASAS; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; RCMP Emergency Operations Centres; Slave Lake Fire of 2011; Societal Security; Solutions Showcase - Shared Services Canada; Storm Warning in Effect; Tech Versus Terror; The Value of Risk Assessments; Training Police in Afghanistan; Weather-related Crisis Management; 700 MHz Broadband for Mission Critical Data; Atlantic Police Academy.
Spy vs Spy; Why do People Reveal Secrets?; Cyber Espionage: Welcome to APT; Document Security & Vulnerability; Emergency Management by Tablet Top; Friend or Foe?; In Fidem: ITAR/EC-Controlled Data; ISACA: IT Resilience; Keeping Corporate Secrets; Protecting Critical Infrastructures; Protecting the Protectors (CFNCIU); Reality of Cyber Espionage; SecureTech Roundup; Setting Up an Intelligence Hub.
Airport Watch; Canada/U.S. Port Security; CJIS Group: Linking industry to Funding; Common Operating Picture in Action; Electronic Surveillance; Fighting Wildfires; Helping Out in Times of Crisis; Intelligence Sharing in Port Security; Maritime Commerce Resumption (MCR); MSOC: Guardians of the Gateways; Multi-agency Approach to Port Security; Port Security: A Matter of Cooperation; Sound Leadership Breeds Civility, & Civility Saves Lives.
OPP Commissioner; 700 MHz for Mission Critical Data; Broadband Shoulders; Saving the Public Safety Trust; Coping with Major Disasters; PTSC-Online Project Report; "The Times They Are A Changin!"; The Case for a National Security Coordinator; The Rebuilding of Egypt; When Academia Meets Public Safety; Security 2035; Managing a Sniper Crisis; Preventing Workplace Violence; Reducing the Risk of Earthquake Damages; Vision for the Arctic; Fire and Rescue, lessons learned.
2010 - A Lot Done and More to GO!; 3 R's of emergency Management; Business Continuity; Critical Infrastructure Interdependency; D.I.R.E. (Interoperability); Handling Aircraft Emergencies; Health Surveillance; Moving Forward at Public Safety; Partnerships Towards Safer Communities; Security Policy; Small Companies: Big Security Challenge; Teaching Safe Text; The Omar Khadar Case; Unisys: How Secure is Your Data?; Whither Anti-Terrorism.