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ASIS talks at IFSEC

ASIS International is running two educational and networking events at IFSEC, running from June 16 to 18, at London Excel. Both are in South Gallery Rooms 5/6 on day three of the show, the Thursday, June 18.

First, Women in Security from 11am to 12.30pm. The ASIS International Women in Security Council is an international network set up to provide support to women in the security field, as well as encouraging those interested in entering the profession through networking and mentoring. Speakers invited are Dawn Holmes MSc BA, CPP, the VP, Protective Services, Operations Manager, Bank Of America Merrill Lynch; Rowena Fell, MA CPP, Associate Director, Intellectual Property & Trade Secret Protection Programme (EMEA) at Merck Sharp & Dohme; and Godfried Hendriks MBA CPP, a Main Board Director of ASIS international, pictured.

Next, from 1pm to 2.30pm, “ASIS Board Certified Qualifications” and “Becoming a Chartered Security Professional”. Some 6,500 internationally hold the ASIS International CPP (Certified Protection Professional) certification; while the PSP (Physical Security Professional) is for those involved in the design, specification or maintenance of electronic and physical security systems. Board Certified, these qualification are recognised internationally.

The Register of Chartered Security Professionals has been developed as a register for security professionals as a means of recognising and maintaining high standards and proficiency for individuals. ASIS in the UK is a licensee of the register and will be discussing the benefits of becoming a Chartered Security Professional and how you apply to become a CSyP.

Speakers include Dr Peter Speight CSyP, Director of Risk Management, Securitas UK, and ASIS International UK Chapter Secretary and Education Lead;
Godfried Hendriks; Sharon Williams MA CSyP, ASIS Representative on Chartered Security Professional Registration Authority; and Di Thomas, Manager of the Register of Chartered Security Professionals.

To book your places at either or both of these events, contact info@asis.org.uk.


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