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    Thought for the day on OSINT

    by Frank Elsner @chiefelsner How is it that some organizations seem to be clairvoyant and know in advance what to expect, while others are caught flat footed? What is the advantage they have over others? The answer is open-source intelligence or OSINT for short. OSINT has become a  mainstream means of intelligence gathering for governments, […]

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    Response to Health Canada Request for feedback re:Cannabis Act

    First things first. Thank-you for the opportunity to provide input to your program. This openness has not gone unnoticed and it will lead to better legislation. The following comments are related to your November 2017 Document “Proposed Approach to the regulation of Cannabis”.  Comments are only with respect to security elements.  You are intending to […]

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    Body Camera – Recording buffer size

    When is a flaw turned into a feature …. when it is expensive to implement.  So seems the case with body camera recording. There are volumes of operating instructions that describe how one is supposed to turn on the body camera BEFORE something bad happens.  All good for those who see the future however in […]

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    Back to Body Cameras – Field of View

    The next few posts will address individual specifications of a Body Worn Camera (BWC). The case for “the ideal BWC” is poor on a good day. The statement needs to be “The best BWC for this application”. The intent is to discuss trade-offs and differences in specifications …. and how this might affect you. Field […]

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    ISC West 2016 Video Analytics ….. soon

    There were several themes at the International Security Show in Las Vegas this year, not the least was Video Analytics. Many pitches for analytics at the edge, analytics at the recorder, analytics in the cloud. First things first. What are Analytics.  Turns out it should be more accurately described as Human Detection, Vehicle Detection, some […]

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