FrontLine Safety & Security 2014: ISSUE 3

This case study highlights how easy it is to become a victim of aggressive competitive intelligence collection.

Firefighters in Ontario face-off with their unions in a moral conundrum that places the ethos of ‘Selfless Service’ at risk. Which side will the politicians favour this time around?

Logistics governing the movement of containers around the globe serve one purpose – time to market.

The importance of recognizing and understanding threats that have multiple applications.

Studies show many corporate boardrooms either ignore, or are oblivious to the risks of cyber-security breaches.

Here’s one that might be new for you: scammers are now trying to exploit your “missed call” screen.

The mind is a powerful training tool for those working in crisis response. Repetitive training creates the ‘muscle memory’ essential for the automatic responses required in high pressure situations to carry out motions flawlessly, expeditiously and, ultimately, unconsciously.

Despite all available security precautions, it’s just a matter of time before a breach happens – and when it does, the fallout is significant.

An effective security program hinges on your employees and security culture.

Platforms that facilitate non-technical web administrators have created opportunities for cyber-criminals to expand operations.

Following in the steps of retired General Clive Addy, who steered this magazine throughout its first nine formative years, Jonathan Calof sets out his plan for changes at the helm of FrontLine Security.

Regulations now being drafted would see RCMP members having fewer rights than other citizens when charged with crimes.

Raising awareness and instilling a sense of shared responsibility for protecting vital information assets is critical to security.