ASIS 2017 - Premier annual seminar and exhibit for security professionals worldwide
ASIS 2017 is a premier event for security professionals worldwide, providing industry-leading education, countless business connections, and the latest security solutions. In 2017, ASIS will continue to build their reputation of excellence, while infusing the event with excitement, energy, and innovation.
ASIS remains dedicated to expanding and enriching knowledge sharing, best practices, and peer-to-peer connections so security professionals across disciplines—and at all stages of their career—can get access to the information and resources they need to succeed, personally and professionally.
- Visitor Origin:
- United States of America (USA)
- Visitor demographic:
- Security practitioners (operational and infosec/cyber) across the public and private sectors
- Enterprise security risk management executives
- Architects & engineers
- Government & military professionals
- Homeland security professionals
- Law enforcement pro
- ASIS International
- 1625 Prince Street, Alexandria, Virginia, United States of America (USA)
The year 2017 has been a banner one for physical security with the advent of increasingly sophisticated technology to manage threats. As we approach 2018, the field widens with regard to solutions that will expand the capability of security teams seeking ways to shore up their risk exposure and expand situational intelligence. Here’s a recap of milestones and areas we see as important in the new year. Technology integration Technology integration played an even greater role in the market...
A blockbuster keynote lineup, revamped education programme, revitalised networking events, and a reimagined exhibit floor energised ASIS International’s 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017) last week in Dallas, Texas. The show, organised by the association for security management professionals, convened September 25-28 and attracted 22,000 global registrants from 96 countries. The event was produced in partnership with InfraGard and ISSA and drew positive reviews from attendees, ex...
As the dust settles after ASIS 2017 in Dallas, most agree it was a good show. It was different in some respects from previous shows, but several of the changes seemed to work well. Launching the exhibition on Tuesday instead of Monday was a big hit, and who could fault the idea of happy hour drinks on the show floor? Attendance may not have broken records, but end user VIPs were among the crowd, and foot traffic held up fairly well, even on the final, shortened day. STANLEY Security virtual re...
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