A Case for Better Governance of Canadian National Security

Governance of the national security function in Canada has grown exponentially more significant and more complex in the two decades since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Despite major changes earlier in the century to the machinery of government in Ottawa, sweeping legislative overhauls and a series of public inquiries, there remain persistent organizational…

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Your ASIS Manitoba Chapter is pleased to present Mr. David Ray, CPP

About this event Session Info: “Investigating and interviewing during the pandemic – pitfalls and innovations” Presenter: David Ray, BA, JD, Author, Educator, HR Investigator, Security Management Practitioner. In addition to conducting international and domestic security advisory services and investigations, David instructs with the University of Calgary in the areas of Fraud, Security Law, Harassment Investigations…

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Gender Balance in Security in America, the EU, and Ukraine

Many nations have international obligations to ensure equal rights and opportunities for both women and men working in the security field. For example, Resolution 1325, On Women, Peace and Security, adopted by the United Nations Security Council in 2000, has been an effective tool reformatting the issues of women’s rights in this area. However, despite…

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Security Industry Groups Find Collaboration Can Boost Both

ASIS International and the Security Industry Association aren’t rivals but they do have areas where they sometimes compete, such as their trade shows. Once COVID-19 hit, competition gave way to collaboration. Last year the two associations agreed to share staff and resources to bolster the security industry’s overall advocacy presence and response to the pandemic.…

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