The CSO Roundtable has organized a panel discussion on “Women in Security,” to be held on Sept. 22 at 4:30 p.m. The session is open to all Seminar attendees; a reception follows. For more information, visit www.csoroundtable.org
ASIS 2009 will feature 16 additional tracks that cover the range of timely security topics and critical issues, as well as core security management best practices and strategies. These tracks include homeland security, terrorism, crime and loss prevention, crisis management, investigations, and infrastructure protection. A track of sessions will be presented in Spanish, focusing on security issues in Central and South America.
With more than 160 concurrent sessions, many appearing for the first time, attendees may mix-and-match from the various tracks to customize a program that’s right for them.
For more information on ASIS 2009, and to see the Seminar Overview, which offers daily schedules and descriptions of the concurrent sessions, go to www.asisonline.org/asis2009