NEWS & ANALYSIS

More Colleges Offering UAV Programs

Colleges throughout the United States are adding unmanned aerial systems operating programs to their curriculum to meet an expected demand for operators for one of the country's most well-known weapons against al Qaeda.

Bolstering Security Education

Many security managers say end-user education is a central part of IT security. More regulations are also requiring that organizations demonstrate that they’re conducting such training.

CSO Roundtable Hosts “Women in Security”

The ASIS International CSO Roundtable’s Preseminar Intensive offered a wealth of good advice and ideas for today’s professional females aiming to succeed in their careers.

(Coverage from the ASIS International 56th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.)

Guiding Young Professionals

The Young Professionals’ Leadership Series debuts at the ASIS International 56th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.

(Coverage from the ASIS International 56th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.)

ASIS CSO Roundtable Honors Congressman Dan Lungren, R-CA

Join the CSO Roundtable and members of Congress for the 2nd Annual CSO Roundtable Public Policy Event, September 29th and 30th, in Washington, DC.

Brokaw Talks About America's Search for a Balance between Freedom and Security

"We’re still struggling to find the balance between freedom and the new security considerations," said NBC's Tom Brokaw during his keynote address at the ASIS International 54th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.

National Institutes of Health Report Fails to Analyze Lab Risks

A National Institutes of Health draft report on risks associated with a proposed biocontainment laboratory is not credible, according to the National Academies.
 




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