ASIS International, the association for security management professionals, announces their education lineup for Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019, taking place 8-12 September in Chicago, IL.
The impressive slate includes more than 300 sessions, organised into 17 subject matter tracks, and reinforces ASIS’ commitment to providing the most diverse, thought-provoking, educational programs for security professionals worldwide.
Global security community
“GSX is the premier event for education and enrichment of the global security community,” said Kenneth D. Ribler, CPP, GSX 2019 Call for Presentations Selection Committee Chair. “Each year, we work for months to find the best, most informative speakers and subject matter to present to our audience. This year is no exception, and I feel confident that we have designed the best educational program ever for our attendees.”
The GSX session lineup addresses a wide variety of topics vital to today's security professional
The GSX session lineup addresses a wide variety of topics vital to today's security professional, delivered in immersive formats like small group workshops, simulations, deep dives, and more. The tracks—ranging from business continuity, managing organisations, and enterprise security risk management to crime prevention, national security, and digital transformation and beyond—enable attendees to find the sessions most relevant to their own educational and organisational needs.
Diverse professional backgrounds
ASIS International has engaged 220+ speakers from diverse professional backgrounds to deliver the peer-driven education program. From Department of Homeland Security personnel to CSOs and CISOs, the presenters cross the range of industries and responsibilities related to security.
All GSX attendees are certain to find a wide variety of relevant and valuable sessions to attend. The first announced General Session, Geopolitics and Security, will be delivered by General John Kelly, U.S. Marine Corps (RET), to kick off Military & Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Wednesday, 11 September.