Smart cities, connected devices, digitized records, as well as smart cars and homes have become a new reality. While there are tremendous benefits of this technology, it is critical to understand how to use these cutting-edge innovations in safe and secure ways.
For Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, we spoke with Brian Harrell, Vice President of Security, Alert Enterprise and Former Director of Critical Infrastructure Protection for NERC, where he started the biennial GridEx testing program.
Two ASIS Councils have developed resources for pressing topics in the world of security: The Internet of Things (IoT) and houses of worship (HOW) security.
Once again, the key Committees in both the U.S. House and Senate are working on legislation that would set national standards on personal data protection and responses to breaches. While for over a decade Congress has considered such legislation, the odds for success seem greater this year.
Our partners at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Intelligence & Analysis (I&A) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) have launched the 2018 Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program (AEP).
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.
ASIS has accepted an invitation from Sheriff Paul H. Fitzgerald, Chair of the Emergency Services Sector Coordinating Council (ESSCC), to join the growing list of organizations that belong to the ESSCC.
Over two days, ASIS Europe will help attendees navigate a broad sweep of risks—from the malicious use of the latest emerging technologies to the dangers of low tech attacks, particularly on soft targets in public spaces.
We are pleased to announce the establishment of our new online community platform, ASIS Connects. This trusted private network will transform the way we serve you and the way you interact with other members from around the globe.
We've redesigned our digital presence from the ground up to make it easier for members and others to discover resources from our vast database of webinars, books, best practices, articles and more as well as find and connect with like-minded security professionals from around the world.
ASIS and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) confirming their mutual intent to promote cooperation for public safety and security, and to develop education and information sharing programs.