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The Sentinel CEO: Perspectives on Security, Risk, and Leadership in a Post-9/11 World

- Risk-based, integrated security is a prerequisite for growth, argues a former CEO.

Security Convergence: Managing Enterprise Security Risk

- The text is an eye-opener for security professionals unfamiliar with the parallels between the dual disciplines of physical and logical security.

Global Security Software Spending Could Hit $10.5 Billion This Year

- Gartner Inc. forecasts spending on security software this year to increase 11 percent over 2007.

Encyclopedia of Security Management, Second Edition

- In today’s rapidly expanding and increasingly complex security environment, practitioners need all the help they can get. Because of that, there is an ever-increasing tendency to call outside consultants who specialize in specific fields for their advice and counsel.  This book will save security professionals both phone calls and consultant fees, placing the experts’ know-how within reach.

Salaries Up for Top Spot

- New salary data collected by the Foushée Group in cooperation with the International Security Management Association (ISMA) indicates that top corporate security executives earned 11 percent more in total cash compensation in 2004 than they did the year before. This rise parallels the results of the latest ASIS International salary survey, reported in Security Management in January. The ASIS survey showed salaries among security managers increasing by 13 percent from the year before; about half of the 339 respondents to the ASIS survey filled the top security slot in their organizations. According to the Foushée survey, top security executives make more than $250,000 a year in total cash compensation.

A Guide to the 2004 ASIS Exhibits

- Check out the exhibitors at the ASIS International 50th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.

Intelligence Reform

- The majority of respondents to an online Security Management poll approve of the government initiative to establish a National Intelligence Director (NID) and a National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). Opinion was divided, however, on the 9-11 Commission's call to make intelligence funding levels public.

Industry Focus

- The ASIS Publishing Department rolls out new offerings, and ASIS bestows various awards.

2004 Security Management Index

- Save this handy listing of topics covered in the magazine this year.

Security Solutions: ASIS International 53rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits

- Attendees at the ASIS International 53rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits heard hundreds of educational sessions. Here are the highlights.

The Earnings Factor

- The ASIS International 2004 U.S. Employment Survey reveals the latest trends in salaries, budgets, and education for the security profession.

Forging Ahead for Group Goals

- Daniel J. Consalvo, CPP, the 2005 ASIS International president, sees several important issues on the board of directors' short list.

Industry Focus

- ASIS offers Global Terror Conference in Arlington, Virginia, in March, European conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, in April.
 




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