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More from the ASIS International 13th European Security Conference and Exhibition

- Attendees at the 13th ASIS International European Security Conference and Exhibition hear the director of Europol speak, attend the President's Reception, and take advantage of the expo.

Experts Offer Insight at ASIS International 13th European Security Conference and Exhibition

- Photos from the ASIS International’s 13th European Security Conference and Exhibition, taking place at the World Forum in The Hague, The Netherlands, April 1-3, 2014.

Educational Opportunity: Security Force Management

- ASIS International is offering a two-day program designed to help security professionals learn more about managing a contract security force. The job requires an understanding of the law, management practices, technology, and best practices and procedures. This program delivers an update on these core management requirements and also spells out what separates a great contract security agency from an average one.

Professional Security Officer Series

- Emergency Film Group has released a new training series for security professionals. The series does an excellent job of covering the essential elements that every security officer should know.

Introduction to Transportation Security

- A good resource for students of security or supply chain management, this book provides a thorough overview of different modes of transportation, their vulnerabilities, and security strategies to deter, detect, and prevent attacks against the transportation industry.

ASIS Foundation, University of Phoenix Release Report on Future Needs for Security Training

- The ASIS Foundation and University of Phoenix have released a report that drew from industry literature and roundtables to assess current and rising risks and the competencies that the future security workforce would need to meet those risks.

Managing

- Continuing education options for security professionals include certification programs, mentoring, and specialized training.

Industry News

- The winner of the ASIS Foundation School Security Funding Competition is announced and Karen Dickey, CPP, is profiled.

President’s Reception: An Interactive Feast

- A captured World War II submarine, a toy factory staffed by robots, and model trains racing through a miniature Chicago were top attractions at Tuesday night’s President’s Reception held at Chicago’s famous Museum of Science and Industry. Sponsored by AlliedBarton Security Services (Booth #1863), the reception was hosted by ASIS President Geoff Craighead, CPP, and brought attendees from around the world to enjoy food, drinks, music, and the unique sights and sounds of the world-class museum.

Pullen Recognized for Heroics

- During its meeting on Monday, the ASIS Security Services Council (SSC) presented the Ralph Day Security Officer of the Year Award to Myisha Pullen, security officer with AlliedBarton Security Services.

(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.

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.
 




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