ASIS News: Time to Renew, Plus Other Association News
Renew Your Membership
Renewal season is upon us! Make sure to renew your ASIS membership before the end of the year to avoid losing your member benefits.
Here are just a few of the benefits you get with your ASIS membership:
ASIS Connects. Connects is a member-only platform designed to help our 34,000 members from across the globe to collaborate on ideas, share lessons learned, and build new partnerships. Access to Connects is free with membership.
Standards and Guidelines. ASIS International’s ANSI-accredited standards help to advance the security management profession and improve security practices and solutions for organizations. All ASIS Standards and Guidelines are available to members free as eBooks or at a 50 percent discount off the softcover price.
Webinars. Build your security knowledge, stay informed and earn CPEs throughout the year with ASIS webinars. ASIS offers 50+ webinars throughout the year on topics spanning the security industry. All are free for members.
Plus, members receive discounts in the ASIS store, on certification and recertification, and attending GSX; cutting-edge Security Management content delivered straight to your inbox with exclusive newsletters; access to Career HQ; and more!
If you aren’t already a member, join today.
Present at ASIS Europe
Are you a subject matter expert on the relationship between security and business impacts; ROI of investments in security programs; key trends in physical, human, and cybersecurity; or other security and risk topics? Apply to present at ASIS Europe!
Speakers can either apply to present in a 45-minute case-study clinic or game changer session, or a 90-minute interactive workshop/debate.
- Case-study clinics should focus on lessons learned from security or crisis incidents or on lessons learned from the launch of a new security readiness or resilience initiative.
- Game changers will discuss the new risks, trends, or methodologies that will have significant impact in the next one to three years.
- Cross-functional collaboration workshops or debates are designed for collaborative learning about a challenge that requires security leaders to work with non-security colleagues when there are competing priorities.
- Addressing complex risks or challenges workshops or debates will involve collaborative learning about a complex risk or ongoing challenge security leaders are facing, where they can learn from crowdsourced insights.
The call for content is currently open for ASIS Europe and will close on 6 November. Submit your abstract today!
Transitioning from the Military to Private Security
If you or someone you know has served in the United States military and is now looking to transition into the security sector, take a look at our new military to civilian transition tool. This tool was developed in conjunction with current ASIS members who are veterans of the U.S. military. It is designed to help veterans see how their Army position and rank, training, and education align with different civilian security roles.
Currently, there are career maps for commissioned officers, warrant officers, and non-commissioned officers in the U.S. Army, but ASIS is working on developing additional career maps for the U.S. Navy and Air Force, and eventually non-U.S. militaries as well.