ASIS International, the world's largest association for security management professionals, today announced that the Career Center, being held in conjunction with ASIS International's
63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017), taking place Sept. 25-28 in Dallas, TX, will offer a prime venue for Dallas-area professionals to receive security-related job advice, programming and opportunities. Access to the Career Center is free for pre-registered attendees.
The Global Physical Security market is expected to grow from $69.93 billion in 2016 to
$112.43 billion by 2021, while the Global Cyber Security market is expected to grow from $137.85 billion in 2017 to
$231.94 billion by 2022. The ASIS 2017 Career Center offerings will help current and potential security professionals take advantage of the many opportunities in this growing profession. This is especially vital for Texans, as Texas employs the
second highest number of protective service professionals (297,440) and
the third highest number of security guards (88,360) of any state in the country. And as one of the largest cultural and professional hubs in the country, Dallas is a hotbed of opportunities for young and experienced security professionals alike. As 22,000 security professionals descend on Dallas, the Career Center will be a concentrated catalyst for all things security.
"Attendees can take advantage of free education, resume reviews, career coaching and networking opportunities with potential employers and peers," said Peter J. O'Neil, CEO of ASIS International. "This is a terrific opportunity to create and foster lasting professional relationships, open new career paths, and even take advantage of free professional headshots that will help their LinkedIn profile shine."
Taking place on the ASIS 2017 expo floor, the Career Center sessions kick off Tuesday, Sept. 26 with a Coffee and Careers Networking Event. Education sessions of note include:
Tuesday, September 26
12:45pm – 1:45pm –
In Demand Skillsets for Security Professionals, presented by Bryan Weisbard, Head of Security Analysis, Investigations & Business Continuity,
Twitter; Kathy Lavinder, Executive Director,
Security & Investigative Placement; David McAllister, Regional VP of Human Resources,
Securitas Security Services USA; and Matthew Wombacher, Branch Chief, Protective Security Coordination Division Field Operations Branch,
Department of Homeland Security, Office of Infrastructure Protection
4:30pm – 5:30pm –
Your Path to the Top: Advice from Top Security Executives, presented by Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer,
Microsoft Corporation; Nick Lovrien, Chief Global Security Officer,
Facebook; Anders Noyes, Director of Security,
Skywalker Properties; James Reynolds, Director of Safety and Security Operations,
The full agenda of Career Center offerings can be found
here. Attendees can get a free expo-only pass at
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