The unique conference aims to address a wide range of security management topics throughout the three days of educational sessions and networking events, together with an increased trade exhibition and solutions theatre.
ASIS has issued a call for articulate experts to submit a proposal to be part of the Conference programme for 2014 and share their practical knowledge and strategies to attendees.
The education programme will focus on current and emerging security threats and other issues which face the industry.
All presentation slots are 50 minutes, including time for Q&As, and ASIS will only accept English language presentations. Commercial presentations will not be considered.
ASIS claims abstracts will be accepted based on “industry relevance, timeliness, and expertise of the speakers”.
The deadline for abstract submissions is 8 September 2013 and interested parties can visit here to find out more and submit their proposal.
Proposals are being sought across all security-related topics, but topics of particular interest include:
- supply chain security (including maritime, ports and airport security issues
- oil and gas security issues
- loss prevention
- hotel security and soft targets protection
- intellectual property, counterfeiting and brand protection
- critical infrastructure protection
- maritime piracy
- executive protection and travel security
- fraud and internal theft
- competitive intelligence
- physical security
- cyber security and convergence issues
- due diligence
- global business issues