A reminder that we will be running our Private Investigator Training Course during the week of October 24, 2011. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-233-8509 x 101.
I’m surprised I missed this and didn’t re-post it before. Jeff Davis’ PlayNoEvil blog is great to learn about security issues in and around gaming. He posted a video involving more>>>
Evince Services, Inc. will be providing a training course which will meet the licensing requirements for the private investigator’s test. We are an approved trainer with the Ministry of Community more>>>
This blog post discusses the Schuster v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, 2009 CanLII 58971 (ON S.C.) case. I understand that this case is a little old, more>>>
Last week I wrapped up teaching another term course at Algonquin College. The students this year were excellent (as always) and a real pleasure to teach.
There are some new details about the Fall Case Study hosted by the Ottawa Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigator’s Assocation. Further information, including a poster about the event more>>>
SanDisk has announced the development of a 1GB Write Once Read Many (WORM) SD memory card. Conceptually, this will provide extra assurances that original digital photographic evidence will not be more>>>
After a month on hiatus the Evince Blog is back. My apologies for those that have been visiting but have not found anything new. A couple of new updates: 1. more>>>
A great article in the Globe and Mail on the use of intelligence for proactive policing by the RCMP in British Columbia The program, which is part of a larger more>>>
If you’re a white-paper junkie like me Open (re)Sources is a virtual goldmine. According to the site’s author: “OPEN(re)SOURCES is a collection of current information gathered from across the Web. more>>>