Security

A blind business date blossomed into a flourishing collaboration when local businessman Paul Hindo joined forces with a quantum physicist to break into the world of cybersecurity.
A new report says digital technology has become so widespread at such a rapid pace that Canadians have little idea what information is being collected about them or how it is used.
Ottawa-based Brash has been awarded almost $200,000 from the Department of National Defence to test and prototype a personnel tracking system on board naval vessels.
News broke this week of a major acquisition in the Ottawa business scene when the Commissionaires Ottawa Group acquired another security-related company: ADGA Group.
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Major changes are coming to the organization tasked with airport security screening – a move aviation officials hope will be the first step towards a more seamless “curb-to-cabin” experience for…
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World's security experts converge on Ottawa for inaugural conference, Feb. 27-28
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High-calibre team plans to double the company in 10 years
Last month, Senstar Corp. celebrated its 35th anniversary as a provider of perimeter intrusion detection systems.