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Be sure to stop by Career HQ, where you’ll find FREE resume reviews, the Headshot Studio, career coaching, professional development sessions, and networking opportunities with employers and peers—plus, a new two-day Career Fair featuring top companies such as the Department of Homeland Security and Apple, looking to hire talent (like you!).
Career Coaching and Resume Reviews
Interested in some one-on-one career coaching or a free resume review? Meet our Career Coaches and then sign up for a 30-minute session in Las Vegas!
Career HQ Networking
Join the Young Professionals (YP) Council and selected mentors for Mimosas with Mentors on Tuesday, 25 September from 10:00 – 10:30 am. Stay to learn how Managing Your Career with Your Mentor can benefit you starting at 10:45 am.
Let’s get social! Join the YP Council for some fun with The Social Scavenger Hunt on Wednesday, 26 September. We’ll have multiple prizes and winners so grab your phone and get ready to play and interact with your peers in the exhibit hall.
The Career HQ Career Fair provides GSX participants with the opportunity to have exclusive access to meet recruiters, search and apply for job postings, and request interviews with leading employers in the security management enterprise. Career Fair registration is included with your GSX registration (All-Access, One-Day, or Expo-Only Pass). The Fair will be open during exhibit hall hours on Wednesday and Thursday.
Register in advance for the Career Fair to increase your opportunity to interact with employers before, during, and after the event.
Be sure to stop by the Headshot Studio, located in the Career HQ, for a FREE professional headshot taken by award-winning photographers—with makeup artists present for touch-ups. The Studio is open during exhibit hall hours and headshots are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Donations are appreciated and accepted to support the ASIS Foundation.
Led by ASIS School Safety and Security Council experts, this free community giveback will examine issues surrounding school security. Topics include pre-violence indicators, target hardening, and best practices on how to engage the entire community—school administrators, law enforcement, security professionals, and mental health providers—in the effort.
Global Security Exchange (GSX)—formerly the Annual Seminar & Exhibits—delivers new opportunities to exchange key ideas and best practices, expand global connections and experience innovations. You'll find 500+ exhibitors, 300+ sessions, and countless networking opportunities.
If it's essential to global security, it's at GSX. Register now!
Presale: New CPP Online Review
The all new, improved CPP Online Review course will be available in October. For a limited time, through 3 October, you can save $100. Covering all seven (7) domains in the CPP body of knowledge, this new online course is an exceptional tool for reviewing each key topic area and identifying knowledge gaps where you may want to focus further study. Features include:
- New, easy to use format
- Enhanced learning elements
- Expanded reference resources
On-Demand WebinarsActive Shooter CPTED Cybersecurity All on-demand webinars
Upcoming WebinarsIdentify, Anticipate, Intervene - Steps to Prevent the Next School Shooting Safety & Security During After School/Out of School Time All upcoming webinars
Certification ReviewsCPP Online Review (New) PSP Online Review
STAM Interactive CoursesAccess Control Biometric Technology All STAM Interactive Courses
A captain with the Indian Army in the mid-1990s, Mishra surveyed the social, cultural, and political landscape, closely observing conflict trends. With sovereigns focusing on inward security, and corporations getting in on the act, he decided to devote his skills to safeguarding business interests just the way he’d protected borders.
“To me, CPP stands for Credibility, Proficiency, and Professionalism. This certification equipped me with the requisite credentials, competences, and confidence to voice a well-rounded professional opinion to senior leadership and be heard.”
This one-day program introduces you to the basics of ESRM and how the overall life-cycle functions to engage security as a true business partner to their enterprise executives. Interact as part of a team with several ESRM leaders and discuss the ESRM life cycle, how security managers and executives can leverage ESRM, and the relationship between ESRM and convergence.
Two panel discussions cover:
- various aspects of ESRM and convergence in several leading security programs
- exploring how each concept impacts the security manager’s role
- how the concepts differ from, and complement, each other.
A live simulation of the ESRM life cycle and a hands-on team exercise help you apply the knowledge learned.
September | Las Vegas, NV
CPP Review Program (22-23 Sept)
PCI Review Program (22-23 Sept)
PSP Review Program (22-23 Sept)
Successful Security Consulting (23 Sept)
Policy-Writing Workshop (23 Sept)
Trending Issues in Gaming Security (23 Sept)
October | Philadelphia, PA
Wharton/ASIS Program for Security Executives (21-26 Oct)
December | Scottsdale, AZ
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Chief financial officer Malcolm Fisher never thought he would be victimized by cybercrime—until a social engineer successfully impersonated him and bilked his company out of more than $125,000.
It was relatively easy for the criminal to identify Fisher as a high-value target given his key position within the company—his bio was readily available on the company website. And Fisher's social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn revealed several bits of information that marked him as a dream target for a diligent social engineer.