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(ISC)² Shares Vision and Ideas at Annual Town Hall Meeting

- Curious about where (ISC)² is headed in the future? How is (ISC)² working with academia? What is the organization doing to build the next generation of cybersecurity professionals? What educational opportunities are available for continuing professional education credits? All of these questions and more were posed to a panel consisting of board members and management at the annual Town Hall Meeting on Monday evening here in Chicago.

Sessions Offer Insight at ASIS International Seminar & Exhibits in Chicago

- Tuesday was a day of learning at the ASIS 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits. Attendees had plentiful choices—session topics covered the breadth of the security industry. Ahead lies reportage on just a few of the many expert presentations that occurred at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.

Security Management: Digital Edition

- Security Management is back with another all-digital edition. In addition to the usual feature articles and departments, this digital edition includes interactive charts and maps, videos, audio interviews with newsmakers, and slideshows. ► Some text-only portions of the February digital edition can also be viewed on this Web site via the other links on this page. Included are the cover story and one other feature, the Intelligence Department, and Book Reviews.

The Man From Down Under

- ASIS International’s new president is Geoffrey T. Craighead, CPP—the man who wrote the book on high-rise security.

Nominations Open for Women of the Year Awards

- From now until the end of February, the nomination form will be available on the WSC Web site.

The Man from Down Under

- Meet the ASIS International 2013 President, who hails originally from Australia.

ASIS SEMINAR AND EXHIBITS: Insights in Abundance

- Get a taste of the valuable knowledge gleaned from all who attended the ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.

ASIS International Extends Deadline for 2012 Student Writing Competition

- The competition is open to any student, full or part-time, studying at an accredited institution pursuing an associate, bachelor or master’s degree. The original deadline was November 9 but has been moved to December 14.

Editor's Note: Curling Up with the Digital Edition

- Sometimes, with inclement weather, it’s not safe to go outside. If that happens as the calendar turns to November, you might just want to curl up with a good computer and the November digital edition of Security Management.

Industry News

- The Society announces the winners of the Matthew Simeone ASIS Award for Public-Private Partnership Excellence, and Nadim Sawaya, CPP, is profiled.

Curling Up with the Digital Edition

- Sometimes, with inclement weather, it’s not safe to go outside. If that happens as the calendar turns to November, you might just want to curl up with a good computer and the November digital edition of Security Management.

Moritz Receives Walker Award

- For his unwavering commitment to ASIS education at all levels, Milton Moritz, CPP, has been named the first recipient of the Don Walker Award for Enterprise Security Executive Leadership, the newest of the prestigious ASIS awards to worthy members. ASIS President Eduard J. Emde, CPP, presented the award to the surprised Moritz at Monday’s Networking Luncheon.

Volunteer Leadership Lauded

- At Tuesday’s luncheon, ASIS International’s new Board Management Committee for 2013 was announced by ASIS President Eduard J. Emde, CPP. The 2013 president will be Geoffrey T. Craighead, CPP, of Universal Protection Services of Santa Ana, California. The president-elect will be Richard E. Widup, Jr., CPP, of Purdue Pharma LP, Stamford, Connecticut. The treasurer will be Dave N. Tyson, CPP, Tyson Security Risk Advisory, San Jose, California. The secretary will be David C. Davis, CPP, of Northrop Grumman, San Bernardino, California. Emde will become chairman of the Board of Directors.
 




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