Share Twitter FacebookEmail ASIS Online / Standards & Guidelines Standards & Guidelines Page ContentThe worldwide leader in security standards development, ASIS brings together volunteers and seek out views of individuals who have an interest in the topic covered. ASIS is an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer. Download the Standards and Guidelines brochure (pdf) This recording from the ASIS 2014 Annual Seminar and Exhibits examines lessons learned from implementing the ASIS Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention and Physical Asset Protection Standards. Latest Releases ASIS members get one free download of each Standard and Guideline Supply Chain Risk Management: A Compilation of Best Practices Developed in collaboration with the Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council, this Standard provides a framework for collecting, developing, understanding, and implementing current best practices for supply chain risk management. View Executive Summary (PDF) Auditing Management Systems: Risk, Resilience, Security, and Continuity—Guidance for Application (SPC.2) The SPC.2 Standard provides guidance for establishing and managing an audit program, as well as conducting individual audits consistent with the ISO 19011 and ISO/IEC 17021 standards. View Executive Summary (PDF) Chief Security Officer—An Organizational Model ANSI Standard ASIS released a revised ANSI/ASIS Chief Security Officer—An Organizational Model Standard that provides a model for organizations to use when developing a senior leadership function responsible for providing comprehensive, integrated risk strategies to protect an organization from security threats. This standard replaces the 2008 ANSI/ASIS Chief Security Officer Organizational ANSI standard. View the Executive Summary (PDF) An ANSI accredited standards developing organization, ASIS Standards and Guidelines bring together volunteers and seek out views of persons who have an interest in the topic covered. Committees are open and balanced to ensure content relevancy, credibility, and broad acceptance. Submit a standards and guidelines project proposal.