The 26th ASIS New York City Security Conference & Expo, April 27-28 at the Javits Center features an education program focused on preventing acts of terror against the homeland, as well as sessions on key security management and operational topics. In addition, you’ll see first-hand the latest security solutions, technology, and services at the Expo and find the information you need!
Pre-Incident Indicators to Terrorist Attacks. Learn the difference between normal workplace activity, suspicious activity, and dangerous activity—and the proper steps to take at each level!
Transportation Security: Air and Rail. The tragic events in Belgium underscore the growing sophistication of terrorist—most notably ISIS—to engage in highly lethal coordinated attacks against major transportation hubs in urban areas. Learn the skills necessary to combat this growing threat.
The Evolving Active Shooter Threat: From the Texas Bell Tower to San Bernardino. Learn to better recognize and respond to threats in the workplace and community. Understand the concept of Type V workplace violence: the intersection of terrorism and work place violence; Hybrid Targeted Violence, as seen in San Bernardino and Paris; and enhance planning, preparedness, and training from a "stop the killing" to a "stop the dying" approach to active shooter response.
Cyber Security in the 21st Century. With the ever-growing threat of organized cybercrime, criminals are no longer just after data. They also steal personal employee information and can target safety or utility functions. Learn how to overcome security platform integration challenges, focus on what's important by filtering out noise, and create a proactive cybersecurity plan. .
A Comprehensive Counterespionage Program for Businesses. This presentation will address some of the latest events in the news, including doing business in Cuba, the relevance of the agreement between the PRC and the USA on theft of trade secrets, and how the theft of data from the US Office of Personnel Management and Internal Revenue Service has relevance to business espionage.
Lessons Learned: Paris November 13, 2015 Attacks. Security lessons learned by the U.S. Embassy in Paris are applicable to all organizations with personnel based overseas!
KEYNOTE: Lieutenant Colonel Robert J. Darling, United States Marine Corps (Ret.)
A Crisis Leadership Presentation
On September 11, 2001, Lieutenant Colonel Darling was working in the White House Military Office to coordinate airlift assets for the President’s evacuation to an undisclosed site. However, he was quickly recruited to provide his military expertise and became a key liaison between the Vice President, National Security Advisor, and the Pentagon, working directly with the National Command Authority to respond to the terrorist attacks. Lt. Colonel Darling witnessed first-hand the enormity of the crisis leadership decisions that were made that day on behalf of all Americans. You won't want to miss his story.
Lt. Colonel Darling will be available after the session to sign his new book, 24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker. 9-11-01: The White House.
ASIS NYC “Person of the Year” Luncheon to honor DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson
Jeh Charles Johnson
Secretary of Homeland Security
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson will accept the "Person of the Year" Award at a special luncheon at ASIS NYC on Thursday, April 28.