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Certify Your Security Team

Active assailants. Data breaches. Workplace violence. Compromised supply chains.

Your security team may be the only thing standing between these scenarios and your organization and employees. 

How can you ensure that your security team
  • Knows how to prevent and manage these issues?
  • Is equipped to develop effective crisis management policies
  • Is capable of establishing training programs to safeguard your physical and informational property?

Ensure that your security team is certified through ASIS.

Share the Steps for Certification

Prepare Your Team for Exam Day


Elevate Your Security Team With ASIS Certification

Our certification programs are created by and for security professionals—those at the front lines of protecting your employees, your assets, and your business.

By encouraging your security team to earn ASIS certification, you will
  • Create a development pathway rooted in standards and guidelines.
  • Elevate your organization’s global reputation and credibility.
  • Gain recognition for high standards among insurers, regulators, governments, the public, and clients.

ASIS board certifications are developed and maintained through a rigorous process exemplified through the program’s accreditation by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) against the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17024.

Just as security is dynamic and ever-evolving, so too are those who hold ASIS certification. To maintain their credential, professionals must stay current with changes and trends in the security industry through mandatory recertification requirements.

“Academic certificates are different from professional certification in that, while the former can lie on the shelves undusted for years, the latter is a living, evergreen, dynamic, and revocable document, requiring structured upkeep through continuing professional education (CPE) credit. Certifications affirm in perpetuity that you hold the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in the security business.”

– McLean Essiene, CPP, PCI, PSP, MD/CEO, Essimacs International Security LTD, Port Harcourt, Nigeria


Conquer Your Top Organizational Challenges

In an all-encompassing worldwide study of security professionals, the following were identified as top organizational challenges:
  • Recruiting and retaining qualified employees
  • Training and developing employees
  • Staying current with evolving security threats

With new disruptors altering the landscape with a complexity and speed never before experienced, there’s never been a greater need for qualified security professionals—lead the charge for your organization by pursuing ASIS certifications for your team.