May 2010 
The official newsletter of ASIS International in Europe
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Welcome to the 67th edition of Eurodynamics! The ASIS International European Bureau would like to encourage members to submit updates or articles you wish to share with the ASIS International members in Europe!

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Call for Presentations – ASIS International 2nd Middle East Security Conference (deadline for submissions: 11 June 2010) – ASIS International 10th European Security Conference (deadline for submissions 15 October 2010)       

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Bahrain

Take advantage of this opportunity to help shape the program by sharing your knowledge and expertise with security professionals from across the region and around the globe. These conferences will cover the entire spectrum of security topics ranging from hotel security, loss prevention, and maritime piracy to terrorism, executive protection, intellectual property rights, and more.

The ASIS International 2nd Middle East Security Conference will take place on 20-22 February 2011 in Manama, Bahrain and the ASIS International 10th European Security Conference will take place on 3-6 April 2011 in Vienna, Austria.

Please note that the deadline for submissions is 11 June 2010 for the 2nd Middle East Security Conference and 15 October 2010 for the 10th European Security Conference.

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Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities                                                         

Does your organisation's strategic plan call for growth in Europe or in Middle East? If so, sponsorship of the ASIS European Security Conference or of the ASIS Middle East Security Conference 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:
10th ASIS International European Security Conference
2nd ASIS International Middle East Security Conference

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

For further information, please contact: ASIS International European Bureau - Tel: +32 2 645 26 74 - Fax: +32 2 645 26 71 -,  

Member News: Alessandro Lega (Chapter 211 - Italy) Received the Medal for the Merit of Labour

On 1 May 2010, Alessandro Lega, CPP ARVP Region 27A received the "Stella al Merito del Lavoro" (Medal for the Merit of Labour) in Milan from the Italian Minister of Interior, Roberto Maroni.

This award recognises the merit of expertise, laboriousness and moral well doing ofemployees from public and private companies. It is awarded to Italian citizens who have worked a minimum of twenty-five consecutive 
years as an  employee for the same company or thirty years as employees of different companies; and Italian workers working abroad, without the mentioned limits of seniority.

A Committee, appointed and led by the Minister of Labour, ascertains and controls the title for the reward. The committee is composed by the President of the National Federation of the Maestri del Lavoro, the President of the National Association of Senior Workers, by five executives appointed by the Prime Minister Office, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Productive Activities, the Ministry of Labour, plus six members appointed by the Trade-Unions and four members appointed by the Employers Association.

Czech Chapter News                                                                                           

Czech Chapter’s Activities in 2009
The Czech Chapter of ASIS International was established in 2006 as a civil association. Unlike most professional associations, the Czech Chapter is not composed of representatives from individual companies, but of individuals who are professionals in the security field.

In 2009, the Czech Chapter conducted some very interesting actions to improve its activities and to fulfil members’ expectations. Last year we held several panel discussions on various topics attended by many prominent individuals from the security industry, and we held the traditional competition: Safety and Security project manager of the year. The Czech Chapter also took part in experts’ programmes in Prague at Fire & Security Days 2009, a prestigious professional exhibition on trends and technologies in fire equipment.

But first and foremost the Czech Chapter organised the Sixth Annual International Conference of Security Management. During this event, the need for expert committees was identified.

Consequently committees on standards, methodologies, grant policies, legislation, external relations, education and certification were established. Education is an important part of the activities of the Czech Chapter and we aim to provide standardised training for security personnel.

Activities for 2010
Ing. Martin Pecina, MBA, Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic
 In 2010 our main activity was the organisation of the Seventh Annual Conference of Security Management, which was held on May 25 to 26, 2010 in Prague.

This Conference brought together the best professionals in the security field and was held under the auspices of the Minister of the Interior Ing. Martin Pecina, MBA, who personally appeared at the conference. The Programme of this edition was very diverse and rich. The main topics were: corruption, counterfeiting, social intervention, the trends in security technology and professional training. 

This international conference welcomed other significant foreign lecturers from internationally respected companies, such as: Marcus Lohmeier from Ernst & Young, experts from Czech branches of T-Mobile, Vodafone, Transparency International and representatives from leading companies in security industry. A significant part of the Conference was the exhibition on current trends in security technologies. The feedback from the participants was completely positive.The programme and the organisation of the Conference was highly appreciated by all –  participants, lecturers, exhibitors.

In 2010, the Czech Chapter will also improve its local involvement, and will continue to focus on training. Moreover, we would like to provide some international know-how into the national decision-making process of the Law on Private Security Services, a law that is missing in the Czech Republic. Finally, we would like to improve networking, to organise leisure activities for our members and to attract even more members to our ranks.

Current information about the life of the chapter is available on our website.

Please feel free to contact us for more information on the Czech branch of ASIS International.

By JUDr. Miroslav Zahálka, Chairman of the Czech Chapter

EU to Lift Liquid Ban on Airplanes in 2013                                                     

Europe's air passengers will be able to take on board water bottles, sprays and gels from April 2013 on when a general ban on liquids will be replaced by better screening technology, the European Commission said on 29 April.

"This package takes a significant step forward in signaling the beginning of the end for the current restrictions on liquids in cabin baggage, with a clear and final deadline of April 2013," said Siim Kallas, the Commission Vice President in charge of transport.

In the upcoming three years, EU airports will be required to install new technology capable of detecting liquid explosives, so as to allow for the current ban to be lifted.

The restrictions go back to 2006, when UK authorities foiled a transatlantic bomb plot involving liquid explosives. Three British citizens were convicted last year of planning to blow up at least seven planes on a single day using liquid explosives smuggled aboard in soft-drink bottles.


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ASIS Announces 2010 Student Writing Competition                                  

The ASIS Council on Academic Programs in Colleges and Universities and the ASIS Foundation are calling for entries for the 2010 ASIS International Student Writing Competition. The writing competition rewards college and university students who conduct research, engage in thoughtful deliberation and write an academic paper between 3,000 and 6,000 words on an issue relevant to the security and assets protection profession.

“The objective of this competition is to encourage critical thinking to help make our world a safer and more secure place to live, work, govern and conduct business,” says Kevin Peterson, CPP, coordinator of the Student Writing Competition and a member of the ASIS Council on Academic Programs in Colleges and Universities. “The 2009 competition drew more than two dozen entries from students around the world. In 2010, we look forward to both expanding the reach of the program and to bringing forth valuable new insights and best practices to meet the challenges faced by security practitioners today and in the years to come.”

Students may select one of five topics for their paper. Topics include the most promising technologies to meet tomorrow’s security challenges; improving security’s image; protecting information and intangible assets in the 21st century; leveraging low-cost/low-tech solutions for contemporary security challenges; and the challenge of securing cyberspace: man or machine? Click here to view an expanded description of the topics.

The competition is open to any student, full or part-time, studying at an accredited institution pursuing an associate, bachelor or master’s degree. Cash prizes include $1,500 for the graduate winner; $1,000 for the undergrad winner; and $500 to honorable mention winners. Each winner also receives complimentary registration to one of ASIS’ annual events—the Annual Seminar and Exhibits (to be held in Dallas, Oct. 12-15), the ASIS European Conference, the ASIS Asia/Pacific Conference or the ASIS Middle East Conference.

Download the 2010 ASIS International Student Writing Competition application here or go to Deadline for submission is Dec. 3. A three-person review committee affiliated with academic institutions, including a member of the ASIS Council on Academic Programs in Colleges and Universities, will judge the submissions. For more information and requirements for the 2010 Student Writing Competition, click here.

EU Moves on Data Protection Deal With US                                                  

The European Commission on 26 May proposed an overarching data protection agreement with the US, in a bid to avoid future disagreements after the European Parliament's veto on a banking data agreement for tracking terrorism funding earlier this year.

"Fundamental rights must be protected and respected at all times. I want an EU-US agreement that protects personal data rights while fighting crime and terrorism," Justice and Fundamental Rights Commissioner Viviane Reding said in a press statement.

The aim of the envisaged agreement is to create a framework of "legally binding personal data protection standards" that would apply to information transferred between the EU and the US in the context of police and judicial co-operation in criminal matters.

For instance, the agreement would "enhance" the right of citizens to access, rectify or delete data and would give independent public authorities a "stronger role" in helping people exercise their privacy rights and in supervising transatlantic data transfers.


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3rd Lead Auditor Course to be Held in Netherlands on 13-17 December 2010                               

Globalisation, outsourcing, specialisation, and zero-inventory manufacturing have brought security of the supply chain to the forefront. Security management has also become increasingly complex as logistics operations and supply chain partners are often both nationwide and worldwide with varying regulations and business processes.

The ASIS International ISO 28000 Lead Auditor Course will help you assess security and supply chain risks, maintain and improve security management systems, and successfully conduct security management system audits.

This five-day course is designed for personnel and contractors who wish to perform audits on security management systems and who have worked in security roles including asset protection, loss prevention, IT and electronic systems, emergency and incident response, personnel protection, and transport and logistics.

Date: December 13-17, 2010
Location: Castle Oud-Poelgeest, Oegstgeest, Netherlands

Fees: The five day, 40 hour course;
€ 2.300 ASIS-members
€ 2.650 Non ASIS-members
(certificate, study material included)

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Terrorist Attacks Decrease in Europe                                                             

Fewer than 300 acts of terrorism were registered in Europe last year and only one was an attack from an Islamist group, with most of them committed by separatist organisations in Spain and France, EU's police agency Europol reports.

A total of 294 terrorist acts were reported in EU member states in 2009, representing a 33 percent drop compared to the previous year and half the number of attacks registered in 2007, Europol said on 28 April.

"While the number of terrorist incidents is declining in Europe, terrorism remains a significant security threat to our society and citizens. Despite the overall trend, we should not drop our guard in the fight against terrorism," Europol director Rob Wainwright said in a statement.

Europol defines a terrorist offence as any act, planned or executed, that may seriously damage a country or an international organisation if committed to intimidate a population, put pressure on a government or destabilise political, constitutional, economic or social structures.


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CSO Roundtable to Host Latin America Security Summit in Brazil         

The CSO Roundtable of ASIS International will host Opportunity and Risk: The CSO Roundtable Latin America Summit, a two-day conference for senior security executives in Rio de Janeiro, Dec. 6-7, 2010. This event will explore the risks, challenges and opportunities facing organisations doing business in the region as Brazil prepares to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.

“As the region’s economic powerhouse and home to dozens of multinationals and forthcoming global events, Brazil is ideally suited to host this groundbreaking program,” says ASIS President Joseph R. (Bob) Granger, CPP.

Keynotes and speakers at this two-day conference will include government officials and members of the security and intelligence infrastructure in Brazil, security professionals from around the globe, experts in securing high-profile global events and leading business executives from multinational organisations.

“This CSO Roundtable event will provide a venue for security professionals from around the world to discuss the risks, explore the opportunities and learn how their businesses can expand and flourish in the region,” says Timothy T. Janes, CPP, a co-chair of the CSO Roundtable Advisory Board.

Go to the conference website for complete program details and registration information, or visit For further information and to learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact Peter Piazza.

ASIS Foundation CRISP Report on Lost Laptops                                       

Replacing stolen units is just the start: lost productivity, damaged credibility, frayed customer relations, and heavy legal consequences can cripple your organisation. This report, written by Glen Kitteringham, CPP, reveals seven steps to protect laptops—and data—at the office, on the road, or at home. You get practical checklists and classification schemes to help determine adequate levels of data protection. Plus physical, electronic, and security measures you can immediately implement.

About the CRISP Series of Reports

Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) reports provide insights into how different types of security issues can be effectively tackled. Drawing on research and evidence from around the world, each report summarises the prevailing knowledge about a specific aspect of security, and then recommends proven approaches to counter the threat. Connecting scientific research with existing security actions helps form good practices.

Please click here to view this report as well as other CRISP Reports.

EU Agency Maps Key Online Security Actors, Strategies, and Good Practices Across Europe             

The EU Agency, ENISA, (European Network and Information Security Agency) launches comprehensive study: European countries are highly varied in how prepared they are for dealing with the cybercrime, attacks and network resilience. This is a key finding of an updated and extended 2nd edition of ‘Country Reports’, published on 12 May. The Reports provide a comprehensive 750 pages-plus overview of the status of Network and Information Security [NIS] in 30 European Countries, including identification of stakeholders and trends.

A key finding of the Reports, conducted for ENISA by Deloitte, is that there is no particular pattern in the observed European countries with respect to the existence of a national NIS strategy. Yet, many countries are found to be putting major efforts into making progress in this area. Information exchange mechanisms and cooperation amongst key stakeholders also vary from country to country. Successful cases of NIS - in areas such as security incident management and reporting, risk management and emerging risks, network resilience, privacy and trust, and awareness raising – are outlined as inspiration for others.

Source: ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency)

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News from the ASIS Information Resources Center (IRC)                         

Are you sometimes at a loss when trying to present a security awareness issue to your security staff or all staff employees? Do you produce a security awareness newsletter in print or electronically and need some new or fresh content? One idea is to follow up on already-established security observances, national or international.

Until recently, there was no single place to find these, and online searches tend to be inconsistent and unreliable. The IRC librarians have compiled a calendar listing after vetting many events, proclamations, etc. that have a security aspect.

Worldwide Listing of Security and Security-Related Observances” can be found in the IRC Online. You will find, in addition to relevant topics of interest, there may also be an abundance of resources at some of the sponsoring organisations. What could be better? If you know of a security event or observance in your part of the world that we missed, send us an email ( so that we can add it to a resource useful to many of your colleagues.

EU Anti-Terror Tsar Calls for Improved Rail Security                                  

EU anti-terror tsar Gilles de Kerchove has called for improved security measures at mainland rail stations to combat terror attacks.

Speaking in Brussels on 12 May, the Belgian pointed to the effectiveness of airport-style devices at Eurostar rail terminals in Brussels, London and Paris.

Even so, he said other major cross-border rail operators such as Thalys did not employ such measures.

"This illustrates there is a lot of room for improvement when it comes to improving cooperation on security measures," he said.

He warned that failure to step up security on the rail infrastructure, including rail and underground stations, left Europe vulnerable to a terrorist attack.

He told this website, "Let's remember that the most recent terrorist atrocities in Europe, in London, Madrid and Moscow, all happened on public transport."

Source: the

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ASIS International Brings Webinars to You                                                   

ASIS International organises new webinars in June and July.

Webinars—fully interactive online education programs—bring the latest information on hot topics, critical issues, best practices, and special interests to your home, chapter meeting, desktop, or conference room and offer one of the best educational values you'll find. Industry experts host live events that are short—only 90 minutes—engaging, and to the point. Staying current while saving time and money could not be easier. Participate by yourself or with a group, ask questions, make comments, provide insight.

Please click on the links below for more details:

• June 3: STAND OUT at Work: New Techniques for Women
• June 23: Cloud Computing and Software-as-a-Service: An Overview for Security Professionals
• June 30: Finding Franchise Fraud—Developing a Best Practice Review
• July 15: Communication for Women: Discover the Dynamic Leader
in You

• July 21: Realising the Return on Security Investment — An Industry Best Practice
• July 28: Developing a Strategic Mindset: How to Become a Trusted Strategic Advisor

$99.00 ASIS Members
$129.00 Non-Members

Webinar Archive

One of the ways ASIS delivers the latest information on relevant, newsworthy topics is with Webinars. Each live program is recorded and offered for sale through the ASIS Bookstore.

Click here to access a complete list of recent recordings.

Pre-Seminar Intensives and Industry Tours

Ever wonderful what the Cowboys Stadium looks like behind the scenes? Curious about the unique challenges faced by the Dallas police department? Are you good at reading between the lines of verbal and written statements? Make arrangement now to arrive in Dallas a few days early so you can take advantage of the Pre-Seminar Intensives and Industry Tours. There are seven to choose from.
 EU Tables New Safety Guidelines on Volcanic Ash                                   

More flexible rules and a new crisis cell are Brussels' latest moves to counter mounting criticism from airlines and some Member States following last month's airspace shut-down in reaction to the volcanic ash from Iceland.

Under the fresh guidelines, Member States will be able to minimise flying restrictions when confronted with volcanic ash, so as to avoid another generalised air ban in Europe. The week-long ban in mid-April left millions of passengers stranded and cost the industry billions of euros.

The recommendations were tabled jointly by the EU Commission, Eurocontrol, an air traffic control body pooling data from 38 European countries and the so-far absent European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).


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Standards and Guidelines News                                                                      

Announcing two new standards projects! Committee formation underway

Resilience in the Supply Chain and Organisational Resilience Maturity Model—Phased Implementation now under development. Visit the ASIS website for details on ongoing standards development activities. E-mail if interested in committee participation.

View the free archived Enhanced Performance Through Standards webinar

Topics included:
• What are standards and how can you impact their development?
• How to build a standards implementation program.
• Resilience or continuity: what’s right for you?

New guide provides overview of ASIS standards and guidelines process

The ASIS Quick Reference Guide (pdf) offers a concise, easy-to-understand explanation of the ASIS standards and guidelines development process—from project initiation to committee formation to final publication. Learn how the process works and then contact ASIS to get involved.
Internet Search Engines Scolded by EU Regulators                                  

EU regulators have reprimanded major search engines Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft's Bing for storing data search queries for too long and by so doing overlooking the bloc's Data Protection Directive.

A letter issued by the Article 29 Working Party, a group of EU privacy regulators, warned the three companies that their "methods of making users' search data anonymous" were out of step with the EU's rules on data protection.

The regulators sent copies of these letters to the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and to Viviane Reding, vice-president of the European Commission responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship.


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Organisational Resilience: Is Your Organisation Prepared for the Unexpected?

As a security practitioner, the security of your organisation and supply chain are top priorities, but how can you effectively prepare for the unexpected? Organisational Resilience: Implementing and Auditing the ASIS American National Standard will prepare you to recognise potential threats, assess risks, and implement measures to improve your organisation’s resiliency. In addition, learn how to establish an internal auditing program and perform audits of management system standards using the ISO 19011 approach.

2010 course dates include: July 14-16, Chicago, IL; and September 13-15, San Diego, CA.  


In today’s competitive environment, security practitioners need a solid network of peers, up-to-the minute coverage of industry news and trends, and a lifeline to top-notch education and certification. In short, they need ASIS International.

When you participate in the 2010 Reach Out! Member-Get-A-Member Program and encourage your security colleagues to join ASIS, you’ll help them get connected—and you and your chapter could be rewarded for your efforts.

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Italy Chapter News                                                                                                

The Italian Chapter held its AGM, supported by a conference on the legal and logistic aspects of providing protection for Italian companies operating abroad, on 26th May in the Milan Congress Centre. Full report and photos will be published in next month's Eurodynamics.

ASIS Professional Incentive Program Off and Running                             

In Q1 2010, two ASIS chapters participated in this new program designed to provide chapters with non-dues revenue. Don’t let another quarter pass your chapter by! Get started now and begin earning credits toward the purchase of ASIS products for your chapter. Find out how.

ASIS Foundation Sponsors the W. H. Brownyard Award for Meritorious Service                                                                                             

In partnership with the Brownyard Group, the ASIS Foundation is pleased to sponsor the 2010 W. H. Brownyard Award for Meritorious Service. Created by Mr. Brownyard in 1987, this annual award recognises security officers (guards) who have displayed the best attributes of a security professional through an act of bravery or heroism. Applications for the 2010 award are being accepted through July 31, 2010. LEARN MORE

Spring-Ahead Savings Event Ongoing Through June                               

Let members and prospects know there’s still time to save $100 on any ASIS Certification Online Review.

CPP, PCI, and PSP Certification Classroom Reviews Set for Dallas      

For those considering ASIS board certification or those who are actively preparing—an ASIS certification classroom review is one of the most productive tools available. Take advantage of the added convenience of attending a program in the days proceeding ASIS 2010 in Dallas. LEARN MORE

Registration for Wharton/ASIS 2010-2011 Program Open                         

The Wharton/ASIS Program for Security Executives offers core business knowledge from one of the world's leading business schools. This two-week certificate course is taught by many of the same faculty who have made Wharton's MBA program one of the top-ranked in the world. “This program is exactly what security executives need to take us to the next level. The experience was phenomenal,” stated Tom Matthews, Senior Vice Protection, President—Asset Protection, Saks Fifth Avenue. LEARN MORE

Calling All Foursomes – Register for the ASIS Foundation Golf Classic

Registration is now open for the ASIS Foundation’s 14th Annual Golf Classic in Dallas on Monday, October 11. Make plans to arrive early for ASIS 2010 and take advantage of this outstanding networking event. Play and support the important work of the ASIS Foundation. LEARN MORE

Global Agenda                                                                                                       

12-15 October 2010 - ASIS International 56th Annual Seminar and Exhibits - Dallas, Texas

20-22 February 2011 - 2nd ASIS International Middle East Security Conference - Manama, Bahrain
Call for presentation is now open:  

03-06 April 2011 - 10th ASIS International European Security Conference - Vienna, Austria
More info on
Call for presentation is now open:  

28 October 2010 – EAC Meeting – Vienna, Austria

29 October 2010 – Programme Committee Meeting – Vienna, Austria

05-07 December 2011 - 5th ASIS International Asia-Pacific Conference - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Chapter and Certification Events                                                             

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Be a sponsor of the 2nd Middle East Security Conference and of the 10th European Security Conference

Download the sponsorship prospectus for Manama and Vienna or contact the European Office for more information.

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Take a look at our updated Links and Resources page. Feel free to contact the European Bureau if you have additional items to add.

ASIS International European Bureau 

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- Unrivalled networking opportunities with more than 37,000 of your industry peers.
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- Opportunities to build a professional reputation and credentials.
- Tailored professional development programs to fit your specific career goals.
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New Chapters: Call for Volunteers

 ASIS International is looking for volunteers to help form new chapters in Romania, the Baltic States, Western Balkans and other European countries where no chapter presently exists.

For more information, please contact the European Bureau or click here to download the procedures on forming a new chapter.
 ASIS Bookstore
You can now purchase ASIS-published books for Kindle, Amazon’s wireless reading device, from the Kindle Store on Kindle’s revolutionary electronic-paper display provides a sharp, high-resolution screen that looks and reads like real paper. The books may be purchased wirelessly right from your device, allowing you to click, buy, and start reading within a minute. Kindle holds hundreds of titles and every book you purchase is backed up online in Your Media Library in case you ever need to download it again. The Kindle Store offers these ASIS titles: Career Opportunities in Security for 99 cents; ASIS Disaster Preparation Guide for 99 cents; Casino Surveillance and Security: 150 Things You Should Know for $65.; Emergency Planning Handbook for $43.; Protecting Schools and Universities from Terrorism for $43.; Implementing Physical Protection Systems for $43.; Detecting Forgery in Fraud Investigations for $9.99; and Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship for $9.99.


 In 2010, your ASIS membership will be more important than ever before. Renew now!
Connections + Networking + Information + Professional Development + Industry Credentials + Advocacy = ASIS membership. This is the formula for success in 2010.

Schedule Your 2010 Professional Development Now!

 A comprehensive calendar of programs has been established for this year. Plan ahead to get ahead.

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