90th Edition - June 2012

ASIS Europe 2012 London Postcard


In This Issue 

ASIS International Invites Abstracts for ASIS Europe 2013 in Gothenburg


ASIS 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits - 10-13 September 2012 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


Chapter News: ASIS Aegean Chapter's Participation to the 1st Security Congress


Register to Attend ASIS Foundation Fundraising Events at ASIS 2012 in Philadelphia


Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at ASIS Asia-Pacific 2012, ASIS Middle East 2013 and ASIS Europe 2013!


Register to Attend the 2nd CSO Roundtable Congress in Mexico City 


Register to Attend ASIS Certification Reviews Prior to Seminar


EU Cyber-Security Legislation on the Horizon


Resilience Lead Auditor Certification - 17-21 December 2012 - Castle Oud-Poelgeest, Leiden, The Netherlands


ASIS International Receives ANSI Approval for Physical Asset Protection Standard


EU to Spend €50mn on Private Security in Afghanistan


Drive Excellence-Make a Donation to the ASIS Foundation Annual Giving Campaign


Parliament Votes Bring ACTA Closer to Final Rejection


Learn and Network with ASIS Young Professionals


Danes Running Out of Time as EU Patent Blocked


Get Engaged in ASIS Women in Security and Young Professionals Groups


EU-Funded Consortium Unveils Border-Control Robot


New Scholarship Awards Active Duty Military Funds to Pursue Certification


New Paper on Cyber Security Strategies


EU Commission Proposes Shakeup of EU Fingerprint Database


Brussels Explores Creation of 'EU Public Prosecutor'


Commission Carries Out the First Schengen 'Health Check'


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a1ASIS International Invites Abstracts for ASIS Europe 2013 in Gothenburg

ASIS International (ASIS) has announced the opening of the call for presentations for the ASIS 12th European Security Conference & Exhibition which will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden on 14-16 April 2013.


Eduard Emde, CPP, President of ASIS International said: "We are delighted to organise our event in Gothenburg as Sweden is one of our biggest Chapters in Europe with around 500 members. In addition, some of the major players in the security industry are based in Sweden which makes it an appropriate location to welcome our event."


Kenneth Lexell, CPP, Chairman of the ASIS Sweden Chapter added: "ASIS expects that the ASIS 12th European Security Conference & Exhibition will attract numerous delegates as the city is used to attract visitors from all over the globe and is easily accessible and is affordable."


Around 500 senior security professionals, corporate executives, consultants and government officials are expected to attend 33 high-level end-users focused educational sessions divided over three parallel tracks that will cover a wide range of security issues.


ASIS welcomes abstracts on all security related topics. However, topics of particular 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.


The conference will also feature:

  • Three keynote presentations;
  • Sessions for Chief Security Officers (CSOs) organised by the CSO Roundtable of ASIS International;
  • An enlarged exhibition featuring the latest in security technology and services, and;
  • Unrivalled networking opportunities at the President's Reception, lunches and networking breaks.

ASIS invites potential speakers to click here to submit their abstracts for presentations before 6 September 2012.



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a2ASIS 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits - 10-13 September 2012 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA



ASIS 2012 in Philadelphia is just four months away. It is time to ramp up your efforts to support this industry-leading event. Remember, your support is vital to the success of the Annual Seminar and Exhibits. But the rewards that you and your peers who attend will reap are priceless! From the important contacts you'll make to the new insights and knowledge you'll gain to the latest technology and service innovations that will enhance your security operation-there's no better 'one-stop shop' for your security needs than ASIS 2012.


If you haven't started yet to spread the word and encourage your colleagues to join you in Philadelphia on 10-13 September 2012 there's no better time to begin than NOW. We've updated the Seminar Chapter Toolkit section with new information and resources to help you. Why not take just a few minutes to review the information and send something out to your professional network?

a3Chapter News: ASIS Aegean Chapter's Participation to the 1st Security Congress - 25-26 May 2012 - Athens, Greece

From left to right: Angelos Agrafiotis, Chairman of  the ASIS Aegean Chapter and Andrew Williams, CPP, Senior Partner of the Temi Group


On 25-26 May 2012 the first Security Congress took place in Athens. The two-days event gathered more than 380 delegates. Angelos Agrafiotis, Chairman of the ASIS Aegean Chapter, invited Andrew Williams, CPP, Senior Partner of the Temi Group to give a presentation entitled "Unified control centers, the future of integrated and interoperable security". On the occasion of this event, Mr. Agrafiotis also gave a presentation on "Terrorist attacks and the importance and necessity of V.I.P executive protection". Both presentations were very well received and have raised a lot of questions and positive comments.

a4Register to Attend ASIS Foundation Fundraising Events at ASIS 2012 in Philadelphia

Make the most of your time in Philadelphia at the Seminar this year - attend the Foundation's annual fundraising events. Expand and strengthen your professional network in fun, relaxing venues, while you lend your support to the important work of the Foundation. Register to attend events along with colleagues or customers.


Annual Golf Tournament
Foundation Night


Corporate sponsorships are available also. Please contact Barbara Buzzell at +1.703.518.1441 for details.

a5Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at ASIS Asia-Pacific 2012, ASIS Middle East 2013 and ASIS Europe 2013!




Does your organisation's strategic plan call for growth in Asia-Pacific, in the Middle East and Europe? If so, sponsorship of the ASIS Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition, of the ASIS Middle East Security Forum & Exhibition and of the ASIS European Security Conference & Exhibition 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.

Review and select from an extensive list of sponsorship and exhibit opportunities:

Identify the one that is most in line with your marketing strategy and budget, or contact us to shape a tailored package that best suits your company's needs.

For further information on the Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition and on the European Security Conference & Exhibition, please contact: ASIS International EMEA Bureau - Tel: +32 2 645 26 74 - Fax: +32 2 645 26 71 -


For further information on the Asia-Pacific Conference & Exhibition, please contact: ASIS International Asia-Pacific Bureau - Tel: +61 2 8211 2712 - Fax: +61 2 8211 0555 -asiapacific@asisonline.org

a6Register to Attend the 2nd CSO Roundtable Congress in Mexico City 

and Central America offer a host of advantages to multinational companies. But security executives know that doing business there involves many challenges as well. The 2nd Annual CSO Roundtable Congress in Mexico City, set for July 11 at Centro Banamex, will provide a private forum for senior security executives from around the globe to discuss some of the most pressing security issues in the region. If you have responsibility for protecting your organisation's assets in Mexico and Central America, you can't afford to miss this annual event.

Click here to register and for information on the hotel block.

a7Register to Attend ASIS Certification Reviews Prior to Seminar

ASIS will deliver CPP, PCI, and PSP certification classroom reviews in Philadelphia, PA, USA, 7-8 September 2012. If you plan to achieve ASIS board certification later in 2012, make plans to attend one of these programmes in preparation for your examination. These one and a half-day programmes offer step-by-step reviews of the relevant body of knowledge. Attendees leave the review programme understanding areas of strength and weakness, thereby better able to identify and pinpoint specific areas of concentration for further study.


Classroom reviews also offer the added benefit of face-to-face interaction and exchange with subject matter experts and industry peers.


For details, visit the ASIS website.

a8EU Cyber-Security Legislation on the Horizon

The European Commission will propose binding EU legislation before the end of the year to help Member States plug huge gaps in their cyber-security defences.


Speaking at a cyber-security debate organised by the Security & Defence Agenda in Brussels on 10 May, the Commission said ill-equipped Member States are totally unprepared for future cyber threats.


"The level of preparedness across the EU is not high-enough," said Antoaneta Angelova-Krasteva, a Commission information security network expert. Angelova-Krasteva voiced alarm at the increasing sophistication of threats and their number.


In the past four years, only 10 Member States have or put in place or are in the process of developing cyber security strategies. Estonia was the first Member State to publish a broad national cyber security strategy in 2008, followed by Finland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.


In comparison, the United States published theirs in 2003 and it was updated in 2011.

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Source: EU Observer

a9Resilience Lead Auditor Certification - 17-21 December 2012 - Castle Oud-Poelgeest, Leiden, The Netherlands

Managing the risks of disruptive events is critical to the survival and competitiveness of any organisation. The ASIS International Resilience Lead Auditor Certification will help you assess organisational and supply chain risks, maintain and improve resilience management systems, and successfully conduct resilience management system audits. The RABQSA certified training programme supports standards that address the management of risk related to events that may disrupt an organisation's operations. The RABQSA-RES Competency Unit covers the requirements of resilience standards (e.g., ANSI/ASIS.SPC.1: 2009; ISO 28002:2011; DS 3001:2009; or NEN 7131:2010), as well as discipline specific standards in business continuity management (e.g. ANSI/ASIS/BSI BCM.1:2010; BSI 25999:2007; or ISO/FDIS 22301), and security management (e.g. ISO 28000:2007, ASIS/WD.PAP.1). The course seamlessly integrates with the ISO 31000 Risk Management standard to allow organisations to develop a cost-effective, holistic approach to managing risk.

Date: 17-21 December 2012

Location: Castle Oud-Poelgeest, Leiden, Netherlands

Instructor: Dr. Marc Siegel, Global Standards Commissioner, ASIS International

Fees: $2,500 ASIS-members $3,000 Non ASIS-members (certification evaluation, study material included)

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a10ASIS International Receives ANSI Approval for Physical Asset Protection Standard

Developed by a Technical Committee consisting of more than 80 members from 17 countries, the document provides a comprehensive management approach designed to assist security professionals in identifying, applying and managing physical security measures in order to safeguard an organisation's assets: its people, property and information.  

Physical asset protection, also known as physical security management, includes the protection of both tangible (eg physical, human, infrastructure and environmental) assets and intangible assets (such as brand, reputation and information). The all-new Physical Asset Protection Standard offers a framework for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving physical protection systems.


"All organisations face risks,"said Allison Wylde, Co-Chair of the Physical Asset Protection Technical Committee and course leader for the MSc in Project Management which runs at the London Metropolitan Business School.


"The challenge is to first determine how much risk is acceptable and, second, how to cost-effectively manage risk to meet strategic and operational objectives. This standard helps practitioners determine the appropriate balance between these competing demands."


Please click here for more.


Source: Info4 Security 

Help Grow ASIS Membership and Win a Free Global Conference Registration

June 30 is the deadline for the Spring Member-Get-A-Member campaign! All members who refer at least two colleagues who go on to join ASIS as regular or associate members by June 30 will be entered into the drawing for three, free global conference registrations.

a11EU to Spend €50mn on Private Security in Afghanistan

The EU's external action service (EEAS) plans to spend up to €50 million on private security guards for its Afghanistan mission over the next four years.


It unveiled the tender on 10 May, saying the money would be spent on "protection of staff, their families in the country, visitors from headquarters or other EU institutions, the premises and the goods of the EU delegation in Afghanistan."


The contract - valued at between €30 million and €50 million plus VAT - is to cover at least 100 security guards, as well as "mobile patrol teams, equipment [and] armoured cars."


It is aiming to sign up a big company with prior experience in Afghanistan - the winning bidder must have an annual turnover of at least €20 million and 400 staff.


Five companies are eligible to compete - the Hungarian-based Argus, Canada's Gardaworld, British firms G4S and Page Group, and French company Geos - after getting on an EEAS private security shortlist last year.


The tender also stipulates applicants must present "an official document issued from the competent Afghan authority that certifies that the company is entitled to operate security services in Afghanistan" before the contract is signed.

Please click here for more.

Source: EU Observer

a13Drive Excellence-Make a Donation to the ASIS Foundation Annual Giving Campaign

Now, more than ever, security practitioners must continue to strengthen their knowledge, skills, and abilities. Professional, strategic security leadership is critical to long-term success of private and public organisations around the world. The ASIS Foundation is dedicated to the advancement of the security profession and the professional worldwide. But, the Foundation needs your support to continue its work, as it is supported solely by voluntary contributions from individuals, ASIS chapters, and organisations.


Your charitable contribution to the Foundation will directly support:

  • Scholarships and awards for ASIS members-providing them with learning opportunities they wouldn't have otherwise.
  • Research that provides evidence-based practices and expand the knowledge base of the profession.

Lend your support now. Every dollar you give has an impact on advancing the security profession. Go to www.asisfoundation.org to donate and learn more.

a14Parliament Votes Bring ACTA Closer to Final Rejection

Three Committees in the European Parliament have rejected the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) on 31 May, in what some MEPs described as the last nail in the coffin for the controversial agreement.


The Civil Liberties, Industry and the Legal Affairs Committees in the European Parliament all rejected ACTA in separate opinions.


The Trade Committee, which has the lead on the dossier, is scheduled to give its opinion on ACTA on 21 June, paving the way for a vote in plenary before the summer recess, where a growing number of MEPs appear ready to kill the agreement.


In its opinion, the Civil Liberties Committee said ACTA failed to respect the EU's fundamental rights while the Industry Committee said it fails to balance intellectual property rights, business freedom, protection of personal data and the freedom to receive or provide information.

Please click here for more.


Source: Euractiv

a15Learn and Network with ASIS Young Professionals

Looking to expand your professional network...Grow knowledge of business and technical best practices in security...Acquire skills necessary to advance your career and achieve your potential? The ASIS Young Professionals initiative is a great place to invest your time. Your engagement will provide access to the knowledge and skills you need to begin building a successful career in security management.


YP Webinar Series-visit the website to preview and register for these upcoming FREE webinars.

26 June | Planning, Organising and Executing Effective Security Policies

25 September | Achieving ASIS Board Certification - The CPP Journey

9 October | Taking the Mystery out of PSIM


Start making plans now to attend ASIS 2012 in Philadelphia and don't miss a minute of valuable face-time with young professional peers and security management careerists from around the world.

ASIS Young Professionals Reception
Sunday, 9 September 2012, 5:00-6:00 pm
Pennsylvania Convention Center | Philadelphia, PA


Young Professionals on the Move
Are you on the move? Let us know so we can share your accomplishments and inspire other ASIS young professionals. Email us.

Visit www.asisonline.org/yp to learn more about the opportunities that await you as a Young Professional within the ASIS community of practitioners. Get started now by going to find your chapter liaison.


a16Danes Running Out of Time as EU Patent Blocked

Danish diplomats are prepared to consider "all options" to resolve the location of a European patent court before the June EU summit, but are losing confidence that the issue can be agreed before the end of their Presidency.


The EU's 27 national Ministers in charge of competitiveness issues failed to reach agreement on the common EU patent due to a split on the location of the Court's seat. London, Munich and Paris are still vying to host the seat of the upcoming agency.


Guy Verhofstadt, the President of the liberals and democats group in the European Parliament described the ongoing squabble as "a scandal".


He recommended that "a provisional seat [be set up] in Brussels, pending a definitive agreement, as happened in 2001 when the Food Agency was disputed by Italy and Finland."


Danish sources said that "all options" would be on the table in bilateral discussions with France, Germany and the UK, but reminded that agreement would require the backing of all the Member States.


They said they were hopeful rather than confident that a deal could be struck.


Please click here for more.


Source: Euractiv

a17Get Engaged in ASIS Women in Security and Young Professionals Groups

Go online to catch-up on the latest education programmes and networking opportunities offered by the ASIS Women in Security and Young Professionals groups.

a18EU-Funded Consortium Unveils Border-Control Robot

An EU-co-financed project is aiming to mass-produce autonomous land vehicles designed to stop irregular migrants.


Using a €13 million grant from the European Commission's research budget and €7 million of private funding, a consortium of researchers and private firms has after four years of work produced a functioning prototype of the "transportable autonomous patrol for land border surveillance" or "Talos."


The unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) was demonstrated in Poland in mid-April at a military training ground in front of a hundred-or-so people, including officials from Frontex, the EU's Warsaw-based border control agency, Polish Ministers and border guards from around Europe.


The complete system includes two autonomous UGVs, an unmanned command unit and a two manned command centres. Sensor towers are deployed in areas not accessible to UGVs.


One vehicle - "the interceptor" - is designed to track and chase down suspicious people spotted by its twin vehicle, which is equipped with optical and infra-red sensors. If they notice a suspect, they notify the interceptor and the command units, where border guards can order people via an onboard loudspeaker to halt and present their papers.

Please click here for more.

Source: EU Observer

a19New Scholarship Awards Active Duty Military Funds to Pursue Certification

The Foundation and the ASIS Military Liaison Council established a new scholarship that will award funds to ASIS members who are active duty military personnel to apply, prepare, and test for ASIS board certification. Apply for the 2012 Scholarships by 10 August 2012. The awards will be presented each year at the Law Enforcement and Military Appreciation Day Luncheon at Annual Seminar and Exhibits. Lend your support to this award by making a donation to the Scholarship Fund.

a20New Paper on Cyber Security Strategies

In a constantly changing cyber environment, EU Member States need to have flexible and dynamic cyber security strategies to meet new, global threats.


ENISA published on 8 May a paper on National Cyber Security Strategies. The paper includes a short analysis of the current status of cyber security strategies within the European Union and elsewhere. It also identifies common themes and differences, and concludes with a series of observations and recommendations.


The paper is based on the preliminary findings and analysis from an ENISA project that is working to develop a Good Practice Guide on how to develop, implement and maintain a national cyber security strategy. The Good Practice Guide is intended to be a useful tool and practical advice for those responsible and involved in cyber security strategies.


The project involves experts from the public sector and stakeholders from the private sector across Europe and will be finalised in Q4, 2012.


Please click here for more.


Source: European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)

a21EU Commission Proposes Shakeup of EU Fingerprint Database

Senior MEP Timothy Kirkhope has welcomed proposals to strengthen the Eurodac database, which collects fingerprints of asylum seekers and some illegal entrants to the EU.

The centre right deputy said the move will assist with processing asylum claims and is "another useful tool" for combating terrorism and serious crime.

Eurodac is designed to make it easier for Member States to easily determine which EU country should process the application under the so-called Dublin regulation, which requires asylum seekers to seek refuge in the first safe country they reach.

The system also prevents asylum seekers from making several claims in several European countries.

The proposal to beef up the scheme was tabled by the European commission on 30 May.

If approved, it will update the current decade-old system by granting better protection of data and providing a series of safeguards.

The new proposal would also allow Eurodac data to be used by national law enforcement authorities, in exceptional circumstances, for the fight against terrorism and serious crime. Such a use would not be permitted on a systematic basis.

Please click here for more.

Source: theparliament.com

a22Brussels Explores Creation of 'EU Public Prosecutor'

MEPs on the recently established Anti-Mafia Committee and the European Commission have revived talk of creating an EU Public Prosecutor's Office.


Slovenian social democrat MEP Tanja Fajon - among others - proposed the initiative at a meeting of the anti-crime body in the European Parliament in Brussels on 4 June.


EU Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said it would be a "good idea," but added that it needs wider political backing.


A Parliament spokesman said that several Member States are against it as things stand.


The new EU office was first mooted in a Comission study 12 years ago.


It got a legal footing in the Lisbon Treaty, which says a group of nine or more Member States can create it inside Eurojust, the EU's joint judicial body in The Hague.


Malmstrom told the MEPs on that - apart from the human cost to victims - crime and corruption costs the EU economy €120 billion a year, or 1 percent of total GDP.


"Huge amounts of money are lost every second in the criminal sector ... We need to get this money back to the EU citizen and back to the tax payer, especially in the economic crisis," she said.

Please click here for more.

Source: EU Observer.

a23Commission Carries Out the First Schengen 'Health Check'

Over 400 million Europeans currently enjoy passport-free travel across the Schengen area. With Europeans making more than 1.25 billion journeys every year, vigilance is required to defend citizens' right to free movement. The Commission adopted on 16 May its first 'health check', a biannual overview on the functioning of the Schengen area, which will contribute to enhancing political guidance and cooperation amongst Schengen participating countries. The report is accompanied by guidelines which seek to ensure a coherent interpretation and implementation of the selected issues, in a spirit of solidarity.


"Schengen is one of the most valued achievements of European integration. It is widely cherished by EU's citizens and makes a major contribution to our economic prosperity. Everyone needs to do their part to preserve Schengen. This starts with a regular, healthy debate in the European Parliament and the Council for which the report provides a good basis", said Cecilia Malmström, Commissioner for Home Affairs.


The first report covers the period from 1st November 2011 to 30th April 2012 and assesses in particular:

  • The situation at the external Schengen borders and within the Schengen area
  • The application of Schengen rules
  • Visa issuance procedures and visa free regimes
  • Guidelines on the issuance of (temporary) residence permits and travel documents
  • Guidelines on police measures in the internal border zones

Please click here for more.


Source: European Commission - Directorate-General for Home Affairs

a25Global Agenda

11 July 2012 - 2nd Annual CSO Roundtable Congress - Mexico City, Mexico

10-13 September 2012 -
ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar & Exhibits

- Philadelphia, USA


3-5 December 2012 - ASIS 6th Asia Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition- Hong Kong, China

17-21 December 2012 -Resilience Management Lead Auditor - Castle Oud-Poelgeest, Leiden, The Netherlands


17-19 February 2013 - ASIS 4th Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition- Dubai, UAE

14-16 April 2013 - ASIS 12th European Security Conference & Exhibition - Gothenburg, Sweden (Call for presentations is now open. Deadline: 6 September 2012)

a26Professional Development

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26 June: Planning, Organising and Executing Effective Security Policies

11 July: Open Source Intelligence: How to Use Open Source Information as Intelligence 


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