Ending state-sponsored cyberattacks in China’s best interests: U.S. official

November 21, 2015

“A senior American security official has suggested it remains to be seen whether China will honour an agreement reached this year on state-sponsored cyberattacks on private businesses…” CTV NEWS: Ending state-sponsored cyberattacks in China’s best interests: U.S. official The Canadian Press

Security officials gather at Halifax summit in aftermath of Paris attacks

November 21, 2015

“This weekend’s Halifax International Security Forum has drawn leading security experts from more than 60 countries across the globe, including Canada’s Minister of Veteran Affairs Kent Hehr, Minister of National Defence Harjit Singh Sajjan and Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance. Peter Van Praagh, president of the forum, told CTV News Channel that discussions revolving […]

ISIS’s social media use examined at Halifax International Security Forum

November 21, 2015

“Combatting the use of social media as a communication, recruiting and fundraising tool in the war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is a hot topic at this weekend’s Halifax International Security Forum.” CBC NEWS: ISIS’s social media use examined at Halifax International Security Forum

Canada’s ISIS fight stance understood by U.S. senators at Halifax meeting

November 21, 2015

“U.S. senators attending a global security meeting in Halifax say they should be able to work out a strategy with Canada as the new Liberal government moves forward with plans to halt aerial bombing of ISIS in the Mideast…” CBC NEWS:  Canada’s ISIS fight stance understood by U.S. senators at Halifax meeting

Connecticut senator to participate in security conference

November 21, 2015

“Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy is participating in an international security forum in Canada where he’ll be talking with U.S. allies about efforts to defeat the Islamic State group. “Murphy is expected to discuss his push to tighten immigration laws, particularly the visa waiver program…argues under current regulations, foreign visitors from any of the 38 participating countries […]