An abrupt U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan will bring the same fallout as its 1989 departure after a proxy war with the Soviet Union: instability with ripples of violent extremism around the globe, former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said during his keynote address Thursday before the ASIS International 56th Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Dallas.
During Wednesday's keynote address, Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger discussed heroism and talked security in an interview with Security Management afterward.
A track of specialized sessions developed by the ASIS International CSO Roundtable, catering to the needs of top security officials and their deputies, continues Thursday and Friday in room.
Guests at Tuesday night’s President’s Reception were transported back in time more than a century at Dallas Heritage Village, which provided a living history of life in North Central Texas from 1840 through 1910.
The press room at the Dallas Convention Center was the place to be for the latest announcements from leading security companies like Xtralis, Keeneo, and others.
Make sure you don’t miss anything important at Seminar, check out The Hub at asis2010.org for news, photos, tweets, and videos.
ASIS International and LRQA have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) concerning ISO 28000 audits.
At Wednesday’s luncheon, ASIS International President Joseph R. Granger, CPP, announced the Board Management Committee of the Board of Directors for 2011.
Cisco Systems Inc., Dedicated Micros, and FLIR Systems Inc. are among the winners.
From preparing for the World Cup to advancing homeland security, the ASIS standards and guidelines are helping enhance security worldwide.