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ASIS Issues Call for Presentations for 2011 Conferences

May 31, 2010
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ASIS International is seeking proposals for consideration as presentations at four educational events in 2011. ASIS organizes global conferences each year, including the Annual Seminar and Exhibits (to be held Oct. 12-15, 2010 in Dallas.
The purpose of these conferences is to provide high-quality education and networking opportunities for security professionals. Education sessions focus on current and emerging issues, best practices and challenges facing practitioners who are responsible for securing people, property and information. Presentations are designed for all levels of experience.
Topics cover terrorism, physical security, crisis management, investigations, product counterfeiting, supply chain security and more. Submission guidelines are available on the ASIS website,
Submissions are being accepted for these upcoming conferences:
ASIS International 2nd Annual Middle East Security Conference
Feb. 20-22, 2011 Manama, Bahrain
Submission deadline: June 11, 2010
ASIS International 10th Annual European Security Conference
April 3-6, 2011 Vienna, Austria
Submission deadline: Oct. 15, 2010
ASIS International 57th Annual Seminar and Exhibits
Sept. 12-15, 2011 Orlando, Fla.
Submission deadline: March 1, 2011
ASIS International 5th Asia Pacific Conference
Dec. 5-7, 2011 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Submission deadline: April 22, 2011

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