102nd Edition - June 2013

ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013 

 

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Submit Your Abstract Now for ASIS Europe 2014 (Deadline: 8 September 2013)

 

Super Saver Week: Register for ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013 Before 1 July to Save Up to USD 395

 

US Defends Spy Programme to Sceptical EU

 

Be a Speaker at ASIS Middle East 2014 in Dubai (Deadline: 15 July 2013)

 

EU Tells Russia to Drop Air Passenger Data Law

 

ASIS International 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits

 

Making Plans to Attend ASIS 2013 - Add ASIS Foundation Events to Your Schedule

 

5th Business Security Conference - Security the Key to Business
 
Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications: MEPs Strike Deal with Council
 

MEPs Call for EU Organised Crime Strategy

 

Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at ASIS 2013, ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013, ASIS Middle East 2014 and ASIS Europe 2014!

 

EU Countries Back Pro-Business Data Bill

 

Daul Calls for Commission to 'Force Resignation' of Olaf Chief

 

A Few Good CPPs, PCIs, and PSPs Sought for Security Management Profile

 

EU Websites Track Users Without Warning, Against Own Rules

 

Mark your Calendars for the CSO Roundtable's European Summit

 

EU Data Chief Urges Limits on Joint Police Powers

 

US to EU: Middle East and Africa Pose Risk of 'Dirty Bomb'

 

UK Set Up Fake Internet Cafes to Spy on G20 Officials

 

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a1Submit Your Abstract Now for ASIS Europe 2014 (Deadline: 8 September 2013)

 

The call for presentations for ASIS Europe 2014 is now open. Share your experience and knowledge by submitting a proposal for presentation before 8 September 2013.

 
The ASIS 13th European Security Conference & Exhibition, will be held in The Hague, The Netherlands on 1-3 April 2014.

 

Abstracts on all security related topics are welcome. Particular topics of interest are: critical infrastructure protection, supply chain security, loss prevention, hotel security and soft targets protection, intellectual property, maritime piracy, terrorism, executive protection, internal theft and fraud, competitive intelligence, brand protection, physical security, cyber security, investigations, due diligence and global business issues. 

 
Commercial presentations will not be selected. Presentation slots are 50 minutes and should include time for Q&A. Only English-language presentations will be accepted.
 

Please click here to submit your abstract or contact the ASIS International EMEA Bureau at: europe@asisonline.org if you have any question. 

  

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a2Super Saver Week: Register for ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013 Before 1 July to Save Up to USD 395

 

Register before 1 July for the ASIS 7th Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition and save up to USD 395 on the regular registration fee for the full conference!
 

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to join around 250 senior security professionals who will gather in Macau on 3-5 December 2013. 

6 Reasons why you should be at ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013:
  1. Industry leaders from important companies and organisations will speak about the latest developments, trends and innovations in security.
  2. Apply lessons learnt from other industries to your own sector.
  3. Connect with high-level security professionals from all over the Asia-Pacifc and beyond.
  4. Get motivated by new ideas and information.
  5. Form new partnerships and reconnect with familiar faces in the industry.
  6. Get social and join discussions on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter

 Who should attend?  

  • Security management professionals
  • CEOs, CSOs, CIOs, CISOs
  • Corporate executives in IT, supply chain management, strategic planning, and human resources
  • Representatives from companies providing security solutions and technology
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a3US Defends Spy Programme to Sceptical EU

US Attorney General Eric Holder aimed to reassure his EU counterparts at a Ministerial meeting in Dublin, that the secret Prism snooping operation on EU citizens by the American intelligence agency operates within the law.

 

"The collection of intelligence in this programme is subject to an extensive oversight regime in co-operating reviews of the legislative, executive as well as the judicial branches," said Holder at a joint press conference with EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding on 14 June.

 

Prism, along with a separate programme that leaked metadata of telephone calls from Verizon to the US National Security Agency (NSA), has caused public furore in the EU and abroad.

 

However, whereas the Verizon case sought out telephone metadata on Americans, Prism allows the NSA to make automatic requests for the personal communication details of EU citizens via an interface provided by nine major US companies.

 

The companies, including Google and Microsoft, have all denied the accusation.

 

Former NSA analyst Edward Snowden disclosed the spy scandal to The Guardian and The Washington Post. He has since gone into hiding after he revealed his identity in a Guardian interview on 10 June.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a4Be a Speaker at ASIS Middle East 2014 in Dubai (Deadline: 15 July 2013)
The call for presentations for ASIS Middle East 2014 is open. Share your experience and knowledge by submitting a proposal for presentation before 15 July 2013.
  
The ASIS Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition, will be held in Dubai, UAE on 16-18 February 2014.

 

Abstracts on all security related topics are welcome. Particular topics of interest are: oil and gas security, offshore security, port security, critical infrastructure protection, supply chain security, loss prevention, hotel security and soft targets protection, intellectual property, maritime piracy, terrorism, executive protection, internal theft and fraud, competitive intelligence, brand protection, physical security, cyber security, investigations, due diligence and global business issues.

 

Commercial presentations will not be selected. Presentation slots are 50 minutes and should include time for Q&A. Only English-language presentations will be accepted.
 
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a5EU Tells Russia to Drop Air Passenger Data Law

European airlines may be forced to hand over passenger details to the Russian authorities in contravention of EU privacy rules or face landing and overflight bans.

 

Russian lawmakers are pushing through a passenger name record (PNR) law that comes into force on 1 July.

 

But EU officials have raised concerns over the proposal because it is being unilaterally imposed.

 

PNR agreements must be bilaterally agreed, says the European Commission.

 

"We are expecting them [Russia] to suspend the entry into force of the PNR measure," the Commission's Home Affairs Spokesperson Michele Cercone told reporters in Brussels on 5 June.

 

Cercone says that the Commission has been kept in the dark about the details of the legislative proposal.

 

The Commission first raised the issue with the Russians in Moscow earlier in the year and then sent a letter in mid-March, but never got a response it says.

 

"We are not familiar with the measures they are planning to introduce, so it is difficult for us to comment on the possible impact" said Cercone.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a6ASIS International 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits

  


Today's smart, strategic solutions mesh together all aspects of physical and logical security. ASIS 2013, the world's most influential security event, will deliver the forward-thinking security solutions and up-to-date intelligence security professionals need to face tough challenges, mitigate risk, and keep them at the top of their game. Join more than 20,000 of your peers in Chicago for the 'must attend' show of the year.
 


The colocation of the (ISC)2 Security Congress enables conference registrants of both events to take advantage of the education, exhibits, and various networking opportunities available.

 

REGISTER TODAY. Choose from full and single-day packages for access to sessions, events, and the exhibits, or free exhibits-only registration including admission to the keynote presentations (new this year!) when you register in advance. Team discounts, reduced government fees, and early-bird savings available.

 

Book your hotel reservations early through the ASIS Housing Bureau to ensure your choice of hotel, rates, and preferred accommodations. There are a wide variety of hotels for every taste and budget.

 

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a7Making Plans to Attend ASIS 2013 - Add ASIS Foundation Events to Your Schedule

The ASIS Foundation holds two fundraising events each year in conjunction with the Annual Seminar and Exhibits-a golf tournament and Foundation Night. Both events offer excellent opportunities for networking with peers from all sectors of the security industry. This year's golf tournament will be held on Monday, September 23 at Harborside International Golf Center. Register and be teamed up with colleagues or submit a foursome. Either way - it is a great day of fun and a wonderful way to begin your ASIS 2013 experience in Chicago.

 

Foundation Night will be held on Thursday, September 27 on the scenic 99th floor of the Willis Tower, which is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Take in a 360 degree view of Chicago, including panoramic views of the lakefront and up to four states. The always festive evening will feature live music, delicious food and beverages, and an informal atmosphere to connect with old and new friends and colleagues. These events provide direct support for the Foundation, which is dedicated to providing high-quality and contemporary research and education opportunities that serve to enhance the security profession. Be sure to include these events in your travel plans!

    

b2 5th Business Security Conference - Security the Key to Business 

On 24-25 October 2013 the 5th Business Security Conference will take place in Warsaw. Year on year the attendance has increased, and has also seen a greater uptake from Central and Eastern European professionals. This year's conference "Security the Key to Business" will address in depth illegal business practices such as money laundering, tobacco smuggling, counterfeiting products and Hi-Tech smuggling. There will be case studies on how you can prevent brand damage.

 

Among the confirmed speakers are:

  • A representative of Europol (the European Police Office) offering updates on EU Cyber Security policy and illicit trading;
  • Dr Christoph Rojahn, Director at Deloitte & Touche GmbH, who will present issues on the subject "Integrity Due Diligence and the security aspects of M&A process";
  • Martin Fijalkowski - Attorney at the law firm Baker & McKenzie, who will bring us up to issues related to new legal regulations concerning the sale of counterfeit goods;
  • Andy Williams / Kursad Sak, Partners of Temi Group/KS Consulting, will provide the audience with an "east" and "west" knowledge and experience on the theme "Restricting Anti-illicit trade by Environment Suppression";
  • Alan Brown, CSO of Tesco, who will present on retail security and evaluating security;
  • Speakers from BAT & Aon will also provide presentations on the security value matrix and Government Cyber Security experts on the latest attacks and defense;
  • Subject matter professionals will finally address: anti illicit trading and protection of assets; brand protection; valuing a security programme and the use of technology in security; oil & gas security; challenges for the retail sector and many more.

Those studying for a security related degree can apply for a number of free registrations to the conference as part of ASIS mentoring programme being promoted in Europe by EAC Chair, Peter French, CPP. The Polish Chapter having celebrated last year with Chairman of the Board Eduard Emde, CPP will again meet during the conference.

 

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b3Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications: MEPs Strike Deal with Council

Doctors, nurses, architects and other professionals moving to another EU country will find it easier to get their qualifications recognised there thanks to a provisional deal struck by MEPs and the EU's Irish Presidency of the Council on 12 June. It will bring in an electronic card listing professional skills and oblige professionals' home countries to do more to help them to obtain recognition abroad.

 

"We have delivered a text with many concrete improvements for citizens and especially the introduction of a European professional card, which I have advocated since 2007 and will soon become a reality. Tools for facilitating mobility, are also instruments of European citizenship, proving that Europe can work to improve everyday life", said rapporteur Bernadette Vergnaud after the deal was struck.

 

The deal, on a draft Directive, would require Member States and the Commission to take account of the wishes of professional bodies which opt for EU professional qualifications card for their members. If they do so, Member States would grant the cards, which professionals could use then as a "passport" for mutual recognition purposes.

 

The deal also should accelerate the recognition process, which in some cases could take no more than four weeks, and would be based on the existing electronic information exchange system between Member States' administrations.

 

It would also enable professionals to ask their home countries to arrange the recognition, rather than having to apply to the host country as at present. If the authorities were to fail to respond to a recognition request within the time limits set out in the Directive, this would be deemed a tacit recognition of the qualification.

 

Source: European Parliament - Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee

 

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a9MEPs Call for EU Organised Crime Strategy

MEPs have voted for a new European strategy and stronger instruments in an attempt to step up the fight against organised crime in the EU.

The mid-term report from Parliament's Special Committee on Organised Crime, corruption and money laundering was backed by the Parliament during a meeting in Strasbourg on 11 June.

Chair of the Special Committee, Sonia Alfano, said, "This is a first contribution to indicate the way to put together an EU framework to combat organised crime. The battle against organised crime and corruption means guaranteeing freedom, safety and democracy to our citizens."

The new plans would mean whistleblowers, informers and witnesses of mafia-style crime are protected EU wide.

MEPs also called for an EU-wide definition of the crime of participating in a mafia-style organisation and an end to bank secrecy.

 

Source: theparliament.com

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b1Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at ASIS 2013, ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013, ASIS Middle East 2014 and ASIS Europe 2014!

 

  

 

 

 

Does your organisation's strategic plan call for growth in the USA, in Asia-Pacific, in the Middle East, and in Europe? If so, sponsorship of the ASIS Annual Seminar & Exhibits, of the ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013, of the ASIS Middle East 2014, and of the ASIS Europe 2014, offers you a great opportunity to gain exposure and to raise the visibility of your brand, products, and services among key decision makers in these regions. 


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a11EU Countries Back Pro-Business Data Bill

EU Interior Ministers in Luxembourg are backing a "risk-based approach" for data protection standards that would allow greater industry self-regulation.

 

Ireland's Justice Minister Allan Shatter said on 6 June that the approach would help small businesses and remove some of the "onerous obligations" by industry outlined in the EU draft Data Protection Regulation.

 

The Regulation aims to replace a patchwork of national laws based on an 18-year old directive with a single uniform rule.

 

The reform, first introduced by the European Commission in January 2012, has since become one of the most heavily lobbied bills to ever hit the European Parliament floor.

 

Shatter noted significant progress has been made on the bill since the start of the Irish EU Presidency but said nothing is yet "written in stone." "No part of the draft Regulation can be finally agreed, until the whole text has been agreed," he said.

 

Member States have come to a near consensus on the first four chapters of the draft regulation.

 

The four draft chapters cover some of the fundamentals, including the scope of the Regulation, definition of consent, data protection rights and law enforcement exceptions.

 

Member States agreed the Regulation should not cover people who are using the Internet at home in a personal activity.

 

European Commissioner for Justice Viviane Reding took issue with the Council's decision to drop "explicit" from consent, allowing greater leverage by industry to process personal data.

 

"Explicit consent is fundamental in building trust," Reding told Ministers at the meeting.

 

"We need to make clear that staying silent is not the same as saying 'yes'," she said.

 

Reding drew a red line by saying the draft Regulation cannot become weaker than existing laws.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a12 Daul Calls for Commission to 'Force Resignation' of Olaf Chief
EPP Group Chair Joseph Daul has called for the resignation of Olaf chief Giovanni Kessler, calling the Director General's position "politically and legally untenable" The Parliament.com reported.

The call comes following an announcement from the Maltese police that former EU Health and Consumer Policy Commissioner John Dalli is to face no criminal charges over a tobacco lobbying scandal that led to his resignation.

Malta's Police Commissioner Peter Paul Zammit said that police investigations in connection with EU anti fraud agency Olaf's report remained underway, but that the findings that had led to Dalli's resignation "only gave an indication" that something was wrong.

Dalli was accused of soliciting a €60m bribe from Swedish Match, a company that produces the banned smokeless tobacco products 'snus', in return for altering the EU's Tobacco Products Directive.

Source: theparliament.com

 

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a13A Few Good CPPs, PCIs, and PSPs Sought for Security Management Profile

Each issue of Security Management features an ASIS board-certified professional. The short, monthly column profiles a certificant and provides insight into his/her career, personal motivations to earn their credential(s), and the benefits of achievement. Interested members or prospects can contact Marketing Manager Leigh A. McGuire for details.

  

a15EU Websites Track Users Without Warning, Against Own Rules

European Institutions are tracking users of their web sites, in breach of the EU's own data protection rules, Euractiv has learned. The fact has been confirmed by Europe's data protection watchdog, in an interview, while Brussels is reviewing privacy legislation to tackle the abuse.

 

The European Data Protection Supervisor, Peter Hustinx, said that institutions were aware of the problem, that new guidelines are being drawn up to deal with the issue, and that his own office avoided using EU institutional software last year because he realised they were "inappropriate".

 

The breach admission comes in the wake of recent reports of the US National Security Agency's (NSA) alleged Prism scheme, about which Hustinx said he was deeply concerned, and called for "profound clarification, explanation and justification".

 

Under European rules for web cookies - data items that can track users' internet browsing histories - web sites should seek consent from users to store inessential data.

 

Source: Euractiv

 

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a17Mark your Calendars for the CSO Roundtable's European Summit

The CSO Roundtable will hold its European Summit on 16 December 2013 in Paris, France. The programme is being developed in partnership with CDSE(Club des Directeurs de Sécurité des Entreprises), a French security services firm. Learn more about the issues that affect your company throughout Europe and network with senior security executives from around the region at this annual event. More information on the full programme will be available soon at www.csoroundtable.org.

   

a18EU Data Chief Urges Limits on Joint Police Powers

The EU's Data Privacy Chief wants tough new limits imposed on EU police agency Europol.

"A strong framework of data protection is important not only for those under suspicion or involved in an investigation, but also contributes to the success of police and judicial co-operation," Peter Hustinx, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), said in a statement on 3 June.

 

Hustinx says Europol should only collect personal information for specific investigations.

 

He says the data should not be used for other purposes aside from the reasons it was collected in the first place.

 

The Hague-based police agency co-ordinates national forces' investigations by pooling data sets from different authorities and then sharing them with the relevant national investigators.

 

In March, the European Commission put forward proposals to boost Europol's powers. But Hustinx voiced concerns over some of the proposals, such as cross-referencing information stored in different databases to check if someone is suspected of more than one crime.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a19US to EU: Middle East and Africa Pose Risk of 'Dirty Bomb'

Countries in Africa and the Middle East are a greater threat than old nuclear facilities in former Soviet republics as sources of material for a "dirty bomb," US officials say.

 

"In North Africa and the Middle East you have terrorist organisations, unstable governments, in some cases actual civil conflict and lack of control over sovereign territory. In the former Soviet Union we still have remaining challenges, but we are dealing with relatively stable governments with which we have a history of engagement," Simon Limage, a non-proliferation specialist at the US State Department, told EU Observer.

 

His colleague in the US Department of Energy, Anne Harrington, noted: "The risk of using these things [nuclear, chemical and biological materials] in a dirty bomb or a radiological dispersal device is of great concern to us."

 

Limage and Harrington were in Brussels to launch talks with EU countries on how to stop weapons of mass destruction [WMDs] being smuggled into Western allies, such as Jordan and Turkey, or into Europe and the US.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a20UK Set Up Fake Internet Cafes to Spy on G20 Officials

A G8 summit kicks off on 17 June in Northern Ireland amid embarrassing revelations that Britain's intelligence services set up fake Internet cafes to spy on its allies at international summits in London in 2009.

 

The UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) used "ground-breaking intelligence capabilities" to intercept the emails of Foreign Ministers and telephone calls at two G20 summits four years ago, the Guardian newspaper reported.

 

Many of the same delegates attending the G8 event - due to discuss the war in Syria and tax evasion - were targets of the GCHQ at the summits in April and September 2009.

 

The latest series of leaks by whistleblower Edward Snowden, who recently revealed the largescale US operation to surveil foreign citizens, is likely to cause additional tension at the event and leave UK Prime Minister David Cameron with some explaining to do.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a22Global Agenda

24-27 September 2013 - ASIS 59th Annual Seminar & Exhibits - Chicago, IL, USA

 

3-5 December 2013 - ASIS 7th Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition - Macau, China

Super Saver Week: Register on 24 June - 1 July 2013 to benefit from a discount!

 

16 December 2013 - CSO Roundtable - European Security Summit - Paris, France

16-18 February 2014 -
ASIS 5th Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition- Dubai, UAE  

Submit your abstract before 15 July!


1-3 April 2014 - ASIS 13th European Security Conference & Exhibition - The Hague, The Netherlands

Submit your abstract before 8 September!
a23Professional Development

Webinars

17 July: Recognising and Assessing Suspicious Indicators

24 July: High-Rise Class "A" Security Service

 

25 July: Practical Applications of Video Analytics

 

Webinar Archive  


This month highlighting: Check Your Identification at the Door: An Access Control Imperative


e-Learning 
 

This month highlighting: Situational Awareness Training and Wireless Technology.
 

Classroom Programmes

 

2013 at a glance.

a24Chapter and Certification Events
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