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The security profession is dynamic with many factors coming into play and having the right training and knowledge to prepare for what lies ahead is more critical now than ever.

Until 15 December, when you join ASIS and add the 2021 webinar subscription you’ll pay only $299 for both – a savings of $115! With 20 guaranteed CPE-accredited live webinars and access to the full on-demand 2020 catalog, a webinar subscription enables you to immerse yourself in best practices and gain new perspectives on issues impacting the global security community. Take advantage of this limited time special offer—join and subscribe today! (*new members only)

Disease Outbreak Security Resources

Disease Outbreak Security Resources

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has had a major impact on the security and business continuity of organizations around the globe. In light of the outbreak, ASIS has curated useful resources for security professionals.

Emerging from the Ashes: How Aviation Security Rises After COVID-19

Airports have seen a drastic reduction in international travel due to the coronavirus pandemic. Once traffic resumes, however, security screeners will need to hit the ground running.

2020-2021 COVID-19 Support Grants

If you have been negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic (e.g. lost your job, reduction in hours, or became ill) your ASIS Foundation is here to support you.

The Foundation Board has approved up to $100,000 in grants to be awarded to ASIS members in need and encourage you to apply for a support grant to renew your ASIS membership* free of charge or to receive a complimentary online certification study program if you need the assistance. 

The names of COVID-19 grant recipients will not be shared publicly to protect their privacy.
*Not available for CSO Center membership.

Apply for a Grant

ASIS Members—Support Your Colleagues! Please ‘check the box’ during your 2021 membership renewal process or donate today to help provide scholarships and grants that support your colleagues and the security profession.

Certification Study Resources

Affordable, Flexible, Convenient

Whether you choose to prepare on your own or join a group of peers to study together, ASIS offers a wealth of resources to help you prepare. Mix and match from various delivery formats to fit your schedule and learning style.

  • Reference Materials
  • Certification Review Courses
  • Flash Cards and more

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Choosing a Certification

Certified Protection Professional (CPP)
The Certified Protection Professional (CPP) is considered the "gold standard" for security management professionals. This certification validates your knowledge in all areas of security management. Eligibility requirements include 7-9 years of security experience and 3 years in responsible charge of a security function.

Explore CPP

Associate Protection Professional (APP)
The Associate Protection Professional (APP) designation provides the first "rung" on the security manager's career ladder. It is for those with 1-4 years of security management experience and measures the professional’s knowledge of security management fundamentals, business operations, risk management, and response management.

Explore APP

*The APP Certification was supported in part by a grant from the ASIS Foundation.

Professional Certified Investigator (PCI)
The Professional Certified Investigator (PCI) certification provides demonstrable proof of an individual's knowledge and experience in case management, evidence collection, and preparation of reports and testimony to substantiate findings. Requirements include a high school diploma or GED equivalent and five years of investigations experience, with at least two years in case management.

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Physical Security Professional (PSP)
The Physical Security Professional (PSP) demonstrates your knowledge in physical security assessments, application, design, and integration of physical security systems, and implementation of security measures. Eligibility requirements include a high school diploma, GED equivalent, or associate degree AND six years of progressive experience in the physical security field OR a Bachelor's degree or higher AND four years of progressive experience in the physical security field.

Explore PSP

Certificant Spotlight

Terry Culver, CPP

Terry Culver fell into a security management career. She had been working for several years for the U.S. Department of Defense in another field of work. About three years after being transferred out of Washington, D.C., she was recruited by a Fortune 500 defense contractor in the Atlanta area to run its contract security program. She became the facility security officer and assumed the role of security manager when her mentor retired.

While there, management of the overall corporate security program was something Culver grew into rapidly.

The CPP means you’re a security expert, whether it’s management, education, training, physical security, counterintelligence, or counterterrorism, you’ve got some expertise in the entire field. You become the go-to person for most security issues.

2020-2024 Strategic Plan

Learn more about the new 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

Security Management Magazine

December 2020 Issue

November 2020 CoverCCPA Deep Dive: How California is Enforcing its Major Privacy Law
By Megan Gates

     California’s attorney general began enforcing the first U.S. state-level comprehensive privacy law in summer 2020, creating opportunities and challenges for organizations subject to compliance.
     “…as we battle a pandemic that has moved so much of life online, companies know more about us, our children, our habits than ever before,” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra explained. “That data is today’s gold. And as with gold, there’s been a rush to mine, use, and sell our personal information. Americans need robust tools that allow them to understand who has their data, what was collected, if it can be deleted, and how they can opt out of downstream selling.”

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