Rethinking Grid Security

Recent history has given rise to an almost feverish obsession with regard to thinking about “grid security” and large-scale national or regional cascading events.

Response to Violence

According to the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada, there were more than 4,000 reported incidents of workplace violence against Canadian nurses between 2008 and 2013, and still, sources in the industry believe that th…

DIY Security: Who Wants It? Gen X & Millennials, That’s Who

Is do-it-yourself (DIY) security here to stay, or is it just a fad? Based on our experience, the security industry seems to be in a transitional period.

Q & A With Convergint’s Greg Taylor: It’s All About the Values & Beliefs

Schaumburg, Ill.-based Convergint Technologies has made several acquisitions in Canada recently, demonstrating its expansion geographically and in its scope of services.

Power & Transmission Take Center Stage

Rapid change has been a constant within the industry for the past few years, and change remains a main part of “business as usual” for security professionals and end users alike.

Blog Addresses Pokémon Go Craze

Paladin Security has posted a blog article about the mobile game that seems to be taking the world by storm this year: Pokémon Go.

Running an Honest Leadership Campaign

It’s election year and the campaigns are running fast and furious this season.

Video Provides Benefits of Monitoring Solutions

In a comprehensive video SecurTek President & CEO Barry Rogers explains the company’s philosophy regarding interacting with SecurTek’s partners.

For Your Ears Only: The Hottest Trends in Sound Systems

Afairly well known meme in the recording industry depicts a dog in four various stages of grooming.

A Place of Healing

This past July a man entered the emergency room at Parrish Medical Center in Titusville, Fla., proceeded to the third floor of the hospital, and shot and killed an 88-year-old patient and a 36-year-old hospital employee, apparently in a random…