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Resilience in Turbulent Times: ESRM Solutions for Businesses Facing Social Upheaval

Security teams everywhere can benefit from adopting an ESRM approach to ensure that civil protests do not harm people or property. Taking a holistic and strategic approach to managing security risks by asking what the critical assets to protect are and what might realistically harm them, then balancing the need for protecting those assets with the organization's desire to promote or protect the protest activity.

Hear more from Rachelle Loyear, Vice President of Integrated Security Solutions at Allied Universal.

Registration Is Now Open for GSX 2024

Join us at GSX, where you’ll help take security management to new heights and create a more resilient global society.

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ASIS Foundation Gives Back to the Security Industry

ASIS-Foundation-Logo_transparent.pngThe ASIS Foundation helps security professionals achieve their career goals with certification scholarships, practical research, member hardship grants, and more. Your Foundation is supported by generous donations from ASIS members, chapters, and organizations.

Learn more about the ASIS Foundation.

Level Up Your Security Career

Nothing beats experience-based knowledge when it comes to demonstrating your skills, expertise, and proficiency. That’s why eligibility requirements for the Associate Protection Professional (APP®️) credential have been modified to better reflect the real-world experience of today’s incoming and transitioning security professionals. Apply to earn your APP Certification with just one year of compensated security experience—no college degree or management experience required.

Congratulations to the 2023 ASIS Awards of Excellence Recipients!

ASIS award recipients model best-in-class behaviors, initiatives and programming throughout the course of the year.

Certification Profile

Francisco Hernandez, CPP

After retiring from the Armed Forces of Ecuador, Francisco Hernandez, CPP, entered the private security sector. With the help and encouragement of his colleagues and friends, Hernandez became and ASIS member and earned his CPP certification. Aware of how much his mentors helped him, he then went on to help others grow their careers through certification.

“I owe many of my achievements and successes in my career to ASIS,” Hernandez says.

ASIS Strategic Plan

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Building off its 2020-2024 Strategic Plan, ASIS International has developed a new strategic plan with a vision to create a safer world by uniting security professionals globally to grow resilient communities. The plan was created through collaboration with members, volunteer leaders, and global partners to emphasize outreach and harness the collective expertise of security professionals worldwide. It centers on ASIS taking on the role of the facilitator to cultivate a dynamic, inclusive community through five key steps: collaborative expansion of customized offerings, investing in a diverse global team, utilizing data-driven technology resources, defining new membership segments, and redefining security's role as a business imperative. This comprehensive, forward-looking strategy positions ASIS as a pioneering force that promotes engagement, knowledge sharing, and significant member value on a global scale. Learn more about ASIS International’s most current strategic plan.

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