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ASIS International's flagship event has a new name and a fresh look—but it's still the world's most trusted and established event for security professionals worldwide. Global Security Exchange (GSX)—formerly the Annual Seminar & Exhibits—has elevated the event experience with modernized education, revitalized networking, and a reimagined exhibit floor that allows you to exchange best practices, expand global connections, and experience new innovations.
Get ready to experience GSX. Save $200 on your All-Access pass when you register by 29 June. Register now!
Critical Systems Protection: Lessons Learned from Cyber-Physical Security Assessments | 11 July 2018, 15:00 – 16:00 ET
The internet-connected camera systems, access control systems, elevators, etc. at high-risk facilities have opened an alternate access point for hostile actors to carry out an attack. DHS’ Federal Protective Service (FPS) has incorporated a tiered approach to assessing the cyber and physical security risks to its facilities.
On-Demand WebinarsActive Shooter CPTED Cybersecurity All on-demand webinars
Upcoming WebinarsInsider Threat #2: Harnessing Culture and Technology for Prevention Critical Systems Protection: Lessons Learned from Cyber-Physical Security Assessments All upcoming webinars
Certification ReviewsCPP Online Review PSP Online Review
STAM Interactive CoursesAccess Control Biometric Technology All STAM Interactive Courses
Kaatje Claes, CPP, is security manager for De Museumstichting, a network of fashion, photography, and diamond museums in Antwerp, Belgium. Her studies in criminology taught her the basics of security practice, but it was years later that she realized the full breadth of what the field has to offer.
"Without a doubt, the biggest benefit of my CPP certification has been that I learned so much more beyond my own area of expertise. That full understanding of security that the certification exam requires will help develop my career immensely going forward."
Do you have what it takes to succeed in this highly specialized field?
In today’s complex threat environment, the challenges to executive protection professionals—and to their principals—have never been greater. Corporate executives, celebrities, politicians, and other prominent individuals who require personal protection are counting on you to lead them safely through the inevitable risk-prone situations.
This comprehensive program covers the fundamental skills and procedures required to provide effective personal protection in this highly specialized field. Real case studies are used that reinforce the techniques and teach best practices.
July | Chicago, IL
Executive Protection (9-10 July)
Facility Security Design (9-11 July)
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)
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ISO Risk Management Document for Review:
ISO/CD 31022: Risk management – guidelines for the management of legal risk: This document provides additional guidelines on managing legal risk faced by organizations as a companion standard to ISO 31000. The application of these guidelines can be customized to any organization and its context. Legal risk is partially identical with compliance risk. This document provides a common approach to managing legal risk and is not industry or sector specific. It can be used throughout the life of the organization and can be applied to any activity in the context of legal risk, including decision making at all levels.
Review period now closed. Final comments were collected by Friday, 4 May 2018.
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Lost in Transit
It was a busy morning in December 2017 as a woman boarded the London Underground's Central Line service. While she was on the train, Malcolm Schwartz, 19, also boarded. He approached her and exposed himself, pressing into her.The next month, Schwartz boarded the Underground again and assaulted two women, touching and pressing himself against them inappropriately. Later in January, Schwartz once again rode the Underground and stood closely behind a woman, touching her inapp...