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Updating the CPP Job Analysis

This January, the PCB Job Analysis Task Force (JATF) began initial discussions for the multi-stage effort of updating the CPP job analysis. The job analysis process is undertaken approximately every five years and is the linking of the certification exams to job responsibilities. It is the foundation that ensures the CPP tests are valid and legally defensible. 

The existing exam content will undergo an evaluation against today’s security jobs to ensure that tasks, knowledge and skills reflect changes in industry practices. 

JATF initial committee members include:

  • Montserrat C. Mintz, CPP (Chair), Physical Security Specialist, Phillips 66
  • Darin R. Dillon, CPP, Business Development Manager, Convergint Technologies
  • Henry R. Garcia, CPP, Midwest Regional Director, Guidepost Solutions LLC
  • Steven T. Kerley, CPP, Deputy Director, HQ AFOSI/IGD
  • Donald E. Knox, CPP, Security Risk and Analysis Manager, Caterpillar
  • Per A. Lundkvist, CPP, PCI, PSP, Director of Security & CSO, Crane Currency
  • Timothy J. Mathews, Director-Enterprise Resiliency, Educational Testing Service
  • Malcolm B. Reid, CPP, Managing Director, Brison Ltd. Global RCS (Risk-Crisis-Security) Services
  • Francisco Tranchesi, CPP, PSP, Head of Security-Latin America, Nokia Siemens Networks do Brazil Ltda
  • Ann Trinca, CPP, PCI, PSP, Sr. Vice President, SecTek, Inc

A Steering Committee will work alongside JATF members to help ensure the project is aligned with the strategic vision of ASIS with respect to the CPP program. 

Steering committee members include:

  • Gregory L. Hurd, CPP, Head of Security, North America, Statoil
  • Jeffrey J. Lee, CPP, Security Advisor, Saudi Arabian Oil Company
  • William Moisant, CPP, PSP, Chief, Protection Division, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command