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​Peggy O'Connor

Registration Now Open for ASIS 27th New York City Security Conference and Expo

Global event for security and law enforcement professionals to focus on anti-terrorism and securing large cities

Alexandria, VA 2017-03-30

​The latest best practices in anti-terrorism, risk management, and intelligence gathering for securing large cities and businesses around the globe will be the focus of the ASIS 27th New York City Security Conference & Expo (ASIS NYC 2017), taking place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, 7-8 June 2017. In addition to being the largest event for security professionals in the northeast region, ASIS NYC 2017 will also provide an opportunity for public sector security and law enforcement and military personnel to learn about transitioning into the private sector. ASIS International (ASIS), the largest membership organization for security management professionals worldwide, and the ASIS New York City Chapter, are co-hosting the two-day program. 

"This event will provide critical education on the latest practices and a hands-on look at the technology required for keeping cities safe around the world", says Thomas J. Langer, CPP, 2017 president, ASIS International. "The focus on safety and security for the public at ASIS NYC 2017 is especially important in the wake of the tragic attacks in London, Paris, and Brussels over the past year."

At the event, the NYC chapter will honor New York City Police Commissioner, James P. O'Neill, as its "Person of the Year." O'Neill, whose law enforcement career spans 34 years, will be honored for his dedication to law enforcement and the security profession, as well as his steadfast commitment to a safe and secure nation.

Event highlights include:

  • Keynote remarks by Paul A. Fitzgerald, superintendent of the Boston Police Department's Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC). Fitzgerald leads the region's threat assessment, risk management, emergency management, security planning, and crisis response efforts.
  • A panel session focused on protecting cities featuring
    • John Cronan, chief, Terrorism & International Narcotics Unit, U.S. Attorney's Office, Southern District of NY;
    • Paul A. Fitzgerald, superintendent, Boston Police Department Regional Intelligence Center;
    • Lori Hennon-Bell, CSO, Global Security, Prudential Financial, Inc.;
    • James Waters, bureau chief, Counterterrorism, NYPD.
  • Robust education lineup, including Cyber: The New Frontier for Terrorist and Geopolitical War; How to Become a CSO and Thrive in Today's Complex Market; and Fake News and Alternative Facts: Force Multipliers of Fear in Terrorism.
  • Access to hundreds of security products and service solutions on the exhibit floor, as well as free career coaching and resume review sessions.

ASIS expects more than 2,500 security and law enforcement professionals to attend the conference and expo. Learn more and register at

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About ASIS International

ASIS International (ASIS) is the largest membership organization for security management professionals that crosses industry sectors, embracing every discipline along the security spectrum from operational to cybersecurity. Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of security professionals at all levels.

Through hundreds of chapters across the globe, ASIS develops and delivers board certifications and industry standards, hosts networking opportunities, publishes the award-winning Security Management magazine, and offers educational programs, including the Annual Seminar and Exhibits—the security industry's most influential event. Whether providing thought leadership through the CSO Center for the industry's most senior executives or advocating before business, government, or the media, ASIS is focused on advancing the profession, and ensuring that the security community has access to intelligence, resources, and technology needed within the business enterprise.