Government Affairs & Public Policy
Keep updated on important policies and activities affecting the security industry and security professionals.
Legislative Center - ASIS monitors federal legislative proposals that are of greatest importance to the security profession. The Legislative Center offers descriptions of bills we follow and the reasons why ASIS supports or opposes the legislation. Information on legislative activity at the state level is available on individual state websites.
Public Policy Updates - Information about what is going on at the White House, Department of Homeland Security, and other federal agencies, as well as Special Reports on selected, security-related activities, programs, and policy from within and beyond the nation’s capital.
For more than 50 years, ASIS International has been providing professional resources and tools to help security practitioners expand their knowledge and stay up-to-date in a rapidly changing security industry.
ThroughSecurity Management magazine,our award-winning monthly flagship publication, we keep you informed on major issues facing security practitioners and the profession.
TheSecurity Management Buyer's Guideis the most comprehensive database of security products and services in the industry.
Protection of Assets (POA)is the premier reference for security professionals and business managers interested in security, providing strategic solutions necessary to help professionals meet the security demands of the 21st century. POA is available through an online subscription or as a multi-volume series of books.
Our newsletters also provide up-to-date information about the industry, the profession and ASIS International.
Additionally, the ASIS Store is the most comprehensive security-related clearinghouse in the world, featuring security-related books and publications, reference materials, webinars, CDs, and DVDs covering every facet of security.
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In 2010, ASIS established networking groups for young professionals and women. These groups offer education, networking, and other services to support the professional development of these emerging and growing communities within the membership body.
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