Whether in deep space or the remote Arctic, just-in-time virtual training and support in challenging environments comes with life-saving promise.
Guiding the province of Prince Edward Island towards a stronger and more equitable policing model began with a lot of listening.
Even as workplace restrictions ease, for many companies there is no going back to how things were before. How will security practices and principles need to change to reflect the expanded business environment?
Recent events only underscore the immense risks and hardships faced by civilian populations when their utilities are unexpectedly disrupted or fail, and our critical dependency on utilities can never be underestimated.
Better integrated and centralized synthetic training systems are at the heart of the vision for preparing tomorrow’s CAF.
Everyone in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) needs to be a Digital Warfighter. Today, in addition to general military training and specialty training, all CAF members, and those supporting them, require the skills to operate digital systems necessary to fulfil their operational tasks.
Like many colleagues, I want to believe that, although not perfect, we have come a long way when it comes to equity in our industry. But every time we look at our news feed we are faced with reminders that there is still much work to be done.
Understanding the why and how of insider threats must be a critical part of any company's security posture.
Why every organization needs a security strategy grounded in the true threats it faces.
The Defence & Security sector generates $10 billion in annual revenues, employing some 60,000 Canadians in high-wage, R&D intensive, high-skill jobs. Canadian owned companies like ADGA can make important contributions in supporting the government's “resilience agenda”.