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Subject Area Communities

Take Your ASIS Membership To The Next Level!

ASIS Subject Area Communities are currently recruiting volunteers to help lead community initiatives in 2022. Learn more by joining one of the 35 online, global communities and reviewing volunteer opportunities on the community page.

Application process is open through 15 October.

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Interested in broadening your knowledge of a particular area of security? ASIS Subject Area Communities allow members to connect around the globe on their specific security topic of interest. Join to ask questions, share resources, and build professional relationships all while ensuring you’re informed on latest issues and trends surrounding your fields of interest.

Take your membership to the next level and volunteer with ASIS! Now through 15 October, apply to help lead one of ASIS’ Subject Area Communities. Applications are available online under the Volunteer section of each community’s page. You must JOIN the community to review opportunities—but joining is FREE for all ASIS Members. 

Banking and Financial Services Information Technology Security
Cannabis Security Intellectual Property Protection
Commercial Real Estate Investigations
Crime Prevention Law Enforcement Liaison
Crisis Management and Business Continuity Military Liaison
Critical Infrastructure Petrochemical, Chemical, and Extractive Industry Security
Cultural Properties Pharmaceutical Security
Defense and Intelligence Physical Security
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) Professional Development
Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) Retail Asset Protection
Executive Protection School Safety and Security
Extremism & Political Instability Security Applied Sciences
Fire and Life Safety Security Architecture and Engineering
Food Defense and Agriculture Security Security Services
Gaming and Wagering Protection Supply Chain and Transportation Security
Healthcare Security Utilities Security
Hospitality, Entertainment, and Tourism Security Women in Security
Human Threat Management Young Professionals
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