Daily Headline : ASIS Education
10/31/2012 - 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.
Daily Headline : Viewpoint
10/02/2012 - 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: Academic \ Educational Programs
09/28/2012 - The Society announces the winners of the Matthew Simeone ASIS Award for Public-Private Partnership Excellence, and Nadim Sawaya, CPP, is profiled.
Editor's Note: Viewpoint
09/20/2012 - 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.
09/11/2012 - 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.
09/11/2012 - 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.
09/11/2012 - The press room at the Pennsylvania Convention Center played host to the latest technology announcements from exhibitors. Company representatives took time out from the exhibit hall to talk to members of the media during press conferences held throughout the week. Here are a few highlights from press conferences held on Monday and Tuesday.
09/11/2012 - One of the most important elements of maintaining any close relationship is healthy, open communication. The same lessons should be applied on an international level as a progressive approach to security, said Mohamed ElBaradei, former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
09/11/2012 - Until 3:00 p.m. today, both job seekers and employers can visit the Career Pavilion in the Grand Hall on the way into Exhibit Hall A. Tables are set up there for companies to post and share career opportunities within their organizations.
09/10/2012 - U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, addressed the Society at the networking luncheon on Monday. On the eve of the 11th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks, Napolitano recounted some of the security progress made since those attacks, including advances in public-private cooperation, increased information sharing, and increases in the details of the information that is provided to law enforcement from the private sector.
09/10/2012 - Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge spoke exclusively to the CSO Roundtable on Monday morning about the importance of driving resiliency and business continuity down throughout an organization in an uncertain world where threats abound.
09/10/2012 - One of ASIS International’s founding members, and a leading voice in the security industry for five decades, has died. Timothy J. Walsh, CPP, was an early pioneer of ASIS International who served at the committee, chapter, and national level.
09/10/2012 - Many security professionals started learning early as they flocked to the numerous preseminar sessions held on Saturday and Sunday, before the official launch of the ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits.