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CANSEC 2019

CANSEC is North America’s largest tri-lateral defence event. As the event has evolved over its 20 year history, CANSEC has been established as the platform for defence and security companies operating in Canada to come together with key decision-makers from military and government, both national and international. Held annually in Ottawa since 1998, CANSEC 2019 […]

Community SANS Ottawa SEC504

The course is particularly well-suited to individuals who lead or are a part of an incident handling team. General security practitioners, system administrators, and security architects will benefit by understanding how to design, build, and operate their systems to prevent, detect, and respond to attacks.

Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques

This popular course explores malware analysis tools and techniques in depth. FOR610 training has helped forensic investigators, incident responders, security engineers, and IT administrators acquire the practical skills to examine malicious programs that target and infect Windows systems. Understanding the capabilities of malware is critical to an organization’s ability to derive threat intelligence, respond to […]

Security Essentials Bootcamp Style

Learn the most effective steps to prevent attacks and detect adversaries with actionable techniques that you can directly apply when you get back to work. Learn tips and tricks from the experts so that you can win the battle against the wide range of cyber adversaries that want to harm your environment.

Cansec

Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries 130 Slater Street, Suite 1250Ottawa, ON K1P 6E2Canada Ottawa, Canada CANSEC is Canada’s Global Defence and Security Tradeshow, a 2 day event, from 31st May to the 1st June 2017 at the EY Centre in Ottawa, Canada.

Security Canada Ottawa

Security Canada Ottawa attracts decision makers from the government sector as well as those from more traditional segments of our industry. If you are interested in growing your share of business from Canada’s National Capital Region, you should be at Security Canada Ottawa.

ADI Expo

The ADI expo program is the industry’s largest one day training and sales event! Free to all industry professionals, the ADI Expo introduces dealers to a broad array of brand name manufacturer partners to deliver the tools and resources to enhance business growth in today’s market.

Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling

The course is particularly well-suited to individuals who lead or are a part of an incident handling team. General security practitioners, system administrators, and security architects will benefit by understanding how to design, build, and operate their systems to prevent, detect, and respond to attacks.

Intro to Information Security

This course is designed for students who have a basic knowledge of computers and technology but no prior knowledge of cyber security. The hands-on, step-by-step teaching approach will enable you to grasp all of the information presented even if some of the topics are new to you. You’ll learn the fundamentals of information security that […]

Cyber Security

The Cyber Security, organized by the The Conference Board of Canada will take place from 27th February to 28th February 2017 at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier hotel Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada. The conference will cover areas like latest approaches you can use to identify and stop threats as well as the best people practices that […]

SANS Security Leadership Essentials For Managers with Knowledge Compression

This completely updated course is designed to empower advancing managers who want to get up to speed quickly on information security issues and terminology. You won’t just learn about security, you will learn how to manage security. Lecture sections are intense; the most common student comment is that it’s like drinking from a fire hose. […]

CACP Counter-Terrorism and National Security Forum 2016

Provide participants with: An understanding of the National Security Threat; The challenges associated with Counter-Terrorism Investigative efforts; Information on the Four Pillars – Prevent, Detect, Deny and Respond.

Ottawa: Paxton Certified Dealer Training

Tri-Ed is committed to educating our customers on the latest technology and security applications. Click here to view local branch events, industry tradeshows and Technology Roadshow training programs!

The Eyes Have It: Mounties Step Up Video Surveillance Of Parliament Hill

Security cameras are seen on a lightpost following renovations to the entranceways to Parliament Hill Friday December 6, 2013 in Ottawa. It’s the time when tourists usually begin posing for family photos with the newly strung holiday lights on Parliament Hill. This year the festive visits will almost certainly be captured by RCMP lenses, too.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld OTTAWA – It’s the time when tourists usually begin posing for family photos with the newly strung holiday lights on Parliament Hill. This year the festive visits will almost certainly be captured by RCMP lenses, too. The Mounties have recently added new video cameras near pedestrian entrances and a vehicle screening facility along Wellington Street, the boulevard in front of the Parliament Buildings. The RCMP and its Hill security partners have also bowed to the wishes of the federal privacy commissioner by posting signs on bollards that read: 24 hour video surveillance for security of the grounds. The notices mark the end of a behind-the-scenes tussle between the commissioner’s office and the RCMP about whether people visiting Parliament Hill should be advised of the unblinking electronic eyes that expand video coverage of the precinct. “This is a positive outcome stemming from our work to achieve this with the RCMP and others involved in managing Parliament Hill, including Public Works and the National Capital Commission,” said Scott Hutchinson, a spokesman for the privacy commissioner. The commissioner has been concerned for some time about the plans to add 134 cameras to the existing […]

March Networks Wins Outstanding Technology Award

OTTAWA , Nov. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – March Networks ® , a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario , is proud to announce that it is the 2013 winner of the Outstanding Technology Recognition Award – High Tech as recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Ottawa Section. The professional association will present the company with the award for its “Advanced Innovation for the Greater Public Good” tonight during its 69 th Annual General Meeting banquet at the Ottawa Convention Centre. “We selected March Networks for this prestigious award based on the company’s demonstrated product innovation, competitive success in international markets, and ongoing commitment to high-quality research and development,” said Dr. Rami Abielmona , Chair, IEEE Ottawa Section. “As a leading provider of IP video surveillance solutions, March Networks’ products play a critical role in helping commercial and government organizations worldwide identify unknown criminals, piece together events, locate missing people, and deter theft, fraud, vandalism and other crimes.” Since 2000, March Networks has developed integrated solutions that address an increasing global need for sophisticated video security, risk mitigation, fraud detection and loss prevention capabilities. With more than 40 research and development staff based in Ottawa and close to 400 worldwide, the company is focused on delivering innovative products that help organizations better protect employees, customers and assets. Locally, the company’s systems are used to safeguard multiple sites including the Canadian Tire Centre sports and entertainment facility (formerly Scotiabank Place), the Canadian […]

Ottawa Security Company Surpasses $100K Indiegogo Goal

By Jacob Serebrin With the campaign running until Sept. 20, the company is now aiming for $200,000. “It’s a good feeling,” said Russell Ure, the company’s president and co-founder. “We set out in this campaign to get validation.” Blacksumac ’s Piper is a camera-equipped home security and automation device that sends security alerts directly to a user’s smartphone or tablet. Launching a campaign on Indiegogo, rather than attempting to get their product into stores through more traditional methods, was a key part of the company’s strategy, said Mr. Ure. “It allows you to pre-sell significantly earlier than any other channel,” he said. The company is currently in talks with a large box store – Mr. Ure declined to name the company – to get Piper on the shelves. However he said selling the product months in advance wouldn’t have been possible if the company had only gone that route. “You get a chance to test your market,” he said. Going the crowdfunding funding route also allowed the company to gather feedback about the product before it launched. “We’ve learned a lot,” said Mr. Ure. He said that customer concern over the security of data stored in the cloud prompted the company to give users the option to store recorded data locally. The company also expanded their target market through the process. “Initially, we started off focusing on apartments,” he said. “Most people who live in apartments don’t have security systems.” According to Mr. Ure, many people who live in […]