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Where is your org with ESRM implementation?

ASIS has created a free online tool to establish your organization’s current level of ESRM maturity. Use ASIS’s free, five-question online self-assessment to evaluate your organization’s level of enterprise security risk management (ESRM) implementation.

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Open Call for GSX Presenters

GSX 2023 is an inclusive opportunity for those in the global security community to connect in engaging learning experiences designed to address the biggest trends and challenges in security. Submit your proposals today!

Stay Connected in 2023

Your ASIS membership is set to expire on 31 December 2022.

Ensure you stay a part of our 34,000-strong member community and continue enjoying the professional development, peer-networking resources and tools to keep you informed, connected, and prepared–renew today.

Improve Your Hires with the New PBSV Certificate

Your organization is only as strong as the people you bring on. The all-new Preemployment Background Screening and Vetting (PBSV) Certificate from ASIS International gives you the knowledge you need to separate the best candidates from potential liabilities.

Newly Updated Preemployment Background Screening Guideline

Hiring a new employee is an important responsibility. This Guideline aids employers in developing, implementing and maintaining a preemployment background screening and vetting program to bring into the organization individuals who will be effective assets. Learn more about the updated Preemployment Background Screening Guideline

Certificant Spotlight

Bill Edwards, CPP, PCI, PSP

For Bill Edwards, CPP, PCI, PSP, lifelong learning is inextricably connected to his passion to serve. He commanded a U.S. Army battalion in Iraq and served as a theater director of intelligence before retiring in 2018 as colonel in U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) after 30 years of service.

"I felt that having ASIS certification would give me credibility in a market known for its depth of experience and expertise,” 

2020-2024 Strategic Plan

Learn more about the ASIS strategic plan, which includes a heightened focus on: 

  • Achieving Recognition for the Profession

  • Accelerating Digital Transformation

  • Elevating the Security Function to Influence Organizational Success

  • Serving Global Needs

Focus on Pipeline Security

Pipelines’ Digital Defense is on the Line

Pipeline networks “are vulnerable to cyber-attacks due to legacy (industrial control systems) that lack updated security controls and the dispersed nature of pipeline…networks spanning urban and outlying areas,” according to the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). As aspects of operational and information technology become further integrated, those industrial control systems (ICSs) become a bigger target for cyber attackers.

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