In this Security Snapshot, Nicole McDargh, CPP, Regional Director, Physical Security, Health, Safety, and Building & Offices Services, Richemont Europe, shares how existing emergency management plans stacked up against COVID-19 and how reopening plans require flexibility, agility, and quick innovation.
ASIS salutes these newly board-certified security practitioners
With distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine accelerating around the globe, hopes are high that society can reclaim a sense of pre-pandemic normalcy in the coming months—and organizations may look to call many of their remote workers back to physical buildings as the rollout continues. However, there are unique new challenges to in-person work in a post-pandemic world, as organizations who have maintained in-person workforces can attest.
An ASIS member for nearly 20 years, John A. Petruzzi, Jr., CPP, will serve as president of the association’s Global Board of Directors in 2021. The ASIS Blog asked Petruzzi to discuss the impact of his ASIS volunteer roles on his career.
As Godfried Hendriks, CPP, finishes his tenure as ASIS President, he sat down to answer some questions submitted by the leader of the ASIS Young Professionals Community, Matthew Porcelli, CPP, MSAJS.
There's no shortcut when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). ASIS International can only move forward as a global association with the participation of its global membership. The ASIS Blog sat down with ASIS Global Board Director and DE&I Task Force member Malcolm B. Reid, CPP, to discuss DE&I issues in-depth.
The way our world operates has changed drastically following the global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ASIS Blog sat down with Peter Boriskin, Chief Technology Officer, ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions Americas, to pick his mind on the latest trends in the world of access control, on the heels of 2020 and looking toward 2021.