In her role as president of Allied Universal Security Services' Northeast Region, Caress Kennedy, CPP, keeps her focus and her team's concentration on "perfect service and keeping our
In late January, in addition to a new streamlined application process, ASIS will enact several important changes to its certification program.
Earning a Professional Certified Investigator (PCI)Ⓡ designation provides independent confirmation of your specialized skills in security investigations, including case evaluation and review of
To stay current with your certification, you must recertify your designation every three years by completing 60 continuing professional education credits.
Pamela Cichon, CPP, began working as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) in 1987. Her career was postmarked for success. In the 30 years since, she has worked her way up to become
Anjali Sniadowski, CPP, PSP, admits that a security career may not be for everyone. She can list some downsides: irregular hours and hard work. But in her mind, the pluses outweigh any
Several years ago, Malcolm Reid, CPP, completed a national critical infrastructure assessment for Trinidad and Tobago, which helped to inform the strategy for protecting the critical infrastructure
Throughout his 30-plus years in the industry, Jay (Chuck) McCormick, PSP, has pursued many facets of security integration and assumed many roles in security management. He says continuous learning,
He admits that he got into the security field by mistake. Thirty-five years ago, Darin Dillon, CPP, replied to a classified ad in his local newspaper and landed a job as an installation and service
Nicholas G. Breiner, CPP, PCI, PSP, got a taste of the security field shortly after high school when he worked for two corporate security departments. But his true passion lay in law enforcement,