The session rooms at the World Congress Center have been the stages where experts from around the realm of security impart their knowledge to ASIS International seminar attendees.
Like a school of hungry minnows, attendees made their way to the Georgia Aquarium Monday night for the ASIS International Annual President’s Reception.
At Tuesday’s networking luncheon, the prestigious E. J. Criscuoli, Jr., CPP, Volunteer Leadership Award was presented to Wayne Cartwright, CPP, principle consultant with Security Management Solutions, LLC, in Tustin, California.
The 2015 Board Management Committee of the ASIS International Board of Directors was announced at Tuesday’s Networking Luncheon by ASIS President Richard Widup, Jr., CPP.
The Tuesday morning general session of the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits featured a keynote address on geopolitics and international security issues by former ambassador to Singapore and China, and former Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr.
For ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits attendees who came to Atlanta early, there were plentiful preseminar sessions that could help security practitioners assess, delineate, probe, prevent, conquer, and prevail in a plethora of areas.
A host of security luminaries were honored at the Monday’s Networking Luncheon, with a range of awards presented to exceptional ASIS International members and companies who have come out with innovative security products.
Ahead lies coverage of just a few of the many expert presentations that occurred at the Georgia World Congress Center.
ASIS CSOs and government officials gathered Monday morning for the first joint meeting of the National Security Task Force and the CSO Roundtable to discuss the changing landscape of enterprise security. Governor Tom Ridge, president and CEO of Ridge Global, LLC, kicked off the event by discussing the important role of the private sector in enterprise security.
ASIS International’s 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits opened Monday morning with a marching band fanfare and special appearances by former ASIS presidents.