- Education – Scholarship and grant opportunities for those pursuing security careers
- Research – We conduct timely, security-related research on contemporary threats, best practices, and regulations providing valuable and actionable knowledge for the profession.
CPP Accelerator Program
The ASIS Foundation is proud to offer all ASIS Chapters the opportunity to select one individual as a candidate for an CPP certification with the gift of a complimentary CPP exam.
The submission process will begin later this Fall with the first CPP exam vouchers to be awarded in early 2019.
ASIS Foundation Golf Tournament
Bali Hai Golf Club
Sunday, 23 September | 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Start your week of learning and networking at Global Security Exchange (GSX) on the links! Team up with friends, colleagues, and clients for the 2018 ASIS Foundation Annual Golf Tournament at Bali Hai Golf Club, located right next to the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Your entry fee includes breakfast, player gifts, and a buffet lunch. Tournament proceeds benefit the ASIS Foundation and its mission to advance the security profession. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to establish new friendships and have fun while supporting a great cause! Sign up today when you register for GSX 2018. Space is limited.
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Archaeological Site of COLONIA CLUNIA SULPICA Penalba de Castro, Burgos, Spain
James H. Clark, CPP, Clark Security Group, LLC
Ricardo Sanz Marcos, Proarpa (Proteccion de Activos y Patrimonio)
Robert Carotenuto, CPP, PCI, PSP, New York Botanical Garden
Scholars believe that the site of Colonia Clunia Suplicia (Clunia) is the most representative of all the archaeological ruins that have been found from the Roman period in the Northern Iberian Peninsula. The objective of this assessment was to identify those conditions that could create security vulnerabilities for the site and its resources, including people, assets, and activities.
This report provides a case study, including a physical security assessment of Clunia and its surrounding environs, along with a review of other historic sites in the region.
Funded by a grant from the ASIS Foundation and presented by the ASIS Cultural Properties Council.
Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) reports provide practical, researched-based solutions to help security professionals effectively tackle a wide-range of security issues. Readers can integrate recommended actions with their own existing or planned security programs.
CRISP reports are sister publications to those produced by Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) of the U.S. Department of Justice. COPS reports, which can be accessed at www.cops.usdoj.gov, focus on policing; CRISP reports focus on security.
Scholarship and Grant Opportunities
The ASIS Foundation offers scholarships and grants which support our Chapters and help individuals achieve their career goals in the security profession.
Our first round of 2018 program is now closed, and recipients will be announced soon. Please check back in the coming weeks for information on additional opportunities.
The work of the ASIS Foundation is only possible with the generous support of members, chapters, and corporate supporters. Please consider supporting our efforts—which contributes to the lives of our members, profession, and communities worldwide.