WELCOME FUTURE CHAPTER LEADERS Joint Regional Training Seminar (ASIS Group 6). Region 6 (7 Chapters : Texas) Houston, North Texas, Austin, El Paso/Juarez San Antonio, Texas Gulf Coast & Texas Panhandle Region 7B (5 Chapters : Alabama, Louisiana & Mississippi) Greater New Orleans, Mobile Bay, Mississippi Gulf Coast, Baton Rouge & Jackson Goal : Provide a “standardized” annual leadership training venue for new ASIS chapter officers. >50% of the seminar participants attending virtually.
GENERAL GUIDELINES Feel free to ask questions during a presentation. Follow agenda : Please stay on topic and to the point. Speak one at a time and so everyone can hear you. Please return from breaks promptly (or quietly).
LIVE ADMINISTRATIVE REMARKS Put cell phones, PDAs & pagers on VIBRATE. Please conduct calls outside of Board Room. Restroom and smoking locations. Emergency evacuation route. Help yourself to food and drink during seminar.
VIRTUAL ADMINISTRATIVE REMARKS Please ensure your phone is kept MUTED. NEVER put your phone on hold. Review participant logon screen features. Slides and reference materials are posted on-line.
THANKS TO OUR SEMINAR SPONSORS Space Center Houston: Seminar conference facility (“Board Room”) Staff technical support POC: Pam Duncan, Cheri Armstrong, Amy Sanchez ASIS Houston Chapter: Seminar meal expenses POC: Tom Hamilton ASIS International Headquarters: Conferencing software & technical support Seminar materials and references POC: Matt Mantione
SEMINAR PARTICIPANT INTRODUCTIONS Live participants please complete a name tent. Please tell us during your introduction: Your name Your chapter/region affiliation Your chapter/regional officer role in 2010 When did you join ASIS What you do for a living as a security professional.
ASIS INTERNATIONAL: AN OVERVIEW An international association with 37,000+ members. Dedicated to “increasing the effectiveness and productivity” of security professionals. Represents the interests of the security management profession to business, media, government & public. Sponsors 30+ security education programs and conferences on an annual basis worldwide. 2009 Annual Seminar & Exhibits in Anaheim hosted over 19,300 attendees & 715 company exhibits.
ASIS HISTORICAL MILESTONES 1955 : ASIS chartered as an alliance of 17 security directors. 1957 : First society security magazine published. 1959 : First international chapter (Europe). 1960 : Over 1,000 members in 32 chapters around USA. 1966: ASIS Foundation established. 1972 : Premier issue of Security Management magazine. 1977 : First CPP certification examination with 47 candidates. 1980 : 12,000 members w/2,000 attending Annual Seminar. 1989 : Over 3,500 security professionals had earned a CPP. 1998 : New ASIS HQ building opened in Arlington, VA. 2002 : ASIS International name change formally adopted. 2003 : First PCI and PSP certification examinations. 2004 : CSO Roundtable established. 2007 : Record 24,000+ attend Annual Seminar in Las Vegas.
MAJOR COMPONENTS OF ASIS ASIS Executive Board of Directors ASIS International Headquarters ASIS Foundation CSO Roundtable ASIS Boards and Committees ASIS Councils ASIS Chapters
ASIS EXECUTIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Purpose similar to a Fortune 500 Executive Board. 2010 Board Management Committee: Chairman of the Board : Michael Cummings President : Joseph Granger President–Elect : Raymond O’Hara Treasurer : Eduard Emde Secretary : Geoffrey Craighead A total of 13 Directors comprise the 2010 Board. Transition to becoming Chairman of the Board initially starts with a Director’s election by the Board to the role of Secretary. No Director can hold the same office twice. Candidate nominations for election to the Board are made by direct petition to the Nominating Committee.
ASIS HEADQUARTERS Purpose : Coordinate and support volunteer leadership network. Market certification/education programs and publications. Publish industry trade periodicals. Provide employment and library research services. Daily liaison w/commercial firms and government entities. Chief Executive Officer : Michael Stack. Manages $50 million dollars worth of assets. 95+ paid full-time staff members. 2008 Operating Budget was $31 million dollars. Key Chapter POCs: Matt Mantione (Region and Chapter Relations Manager) Eric Orr (Region and Chapter Coordinator )
ASIS FOUNDATION Purpose : Support ongoing academic research on industry topics. Provide awards and scholarships to attend ASIS seminars. Provide matching funds for region/chapter scholarships. Manage chapter and private scholarship endowments. Publish CRISP Reports and peer-reviewed Security Journal. Funded by donations and thorough the annual ASIS Seminar bowling and golf tournaments. Overseen by ASIS Foundation Board of Trustees. Foundation Director is Robert Rowe, ASIS VP (R&D). Key Chapter POC: Barbara Buzzell (Project Mgr.)
CSO ROUNDTABLE Purpose : Invitation-only entity for Corporate Security Officers (CSO). Promote Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM). Provide peer-to-peer approach for career networking. Offer exclusive access to security informational databases. Established in 2004 to give top security executives “a stronger voice in business and public policy”. Supports dedicated CSO track at annual seminar. Administered by 12 member CSO Advisory Board.
ASIS BOARDS & COMMITTEES Professional Certification Board (PCB) Provides oversight of the CPP, PSP and PCI certifications. Commission on Standards & Guidelines Leads the development of ISO-compliant security practices. Awards Committee Identifies ASIS chapter and individual recognition awardees. ASISPAC (ASIS Political Action Committee) Supports Congress members supporting security profession.
ASIS COUNCILS Purpose: Allow groupings of security issues by concentration areas. Provide specialized security subject matter expertise. Identify and promulgate best security practices in the field. Sponsor specific sessions at ASIS Annual Seminar. Assist with legislative testimony. Organizational Hierarchy: ASIS Board Secretary provides executive level oversight. Council Vice Presidents responsible for multiple Councils. Council Chairs lead a specific Council. Council Committee Chairs lead task-oriented committees. ASIS currently has 31 Councils.
LIST OF ASIS COUNCILS Crisis Management & Business Continuity Economic Crime Fire & Life Safety Oil, Gas & Chemical Industry Security Utilities Security Pharmaceutical Security Agriculture & Food Security Private Security Services Business Practices Healthcare Security Council Crime and Loss Prevention Academic Programs in Colleges & Universities Law Enforcement Liaison Global Terrorism, Political Instability, and International Crime Military Liaison Gaming and Wagering Protection Lodging Security Security Architecture and Engineering Information Technology Security Physical Security Educational Institutions Security Transportation Security Retail Loss Prevention Museum, Library, and Cultural Properties Banking and Financial Services Security Commercial Real Estate Information Asset Protection Insurance Fraud Privacy & Personnel Information Management Investigations Defense and Intelligence
ASIS CHAPTERS Purpose: Essential component linking all ASIS members worldwide. Provide local career and resource networking venues. Offer local professional development opportunities. Help mobilize local civic support actions. Organizational Hierarchy: ASIS Board Treasurer provides executive level oversight. Senior Regional Vice Presidents (SRVP) responsible for all Regions within a Group. Regional Vice Presidents (RVP) responsible for all Chapters within a Region. Chapter Chairs lead a specific Chapter. ASIS currently has over 200 Chapters.
SENIOR REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT Appointed by incoming ASIS President for one year. May not concurrently serve as a Chapter Officer. Recommends RVP appointments to ASIS President. SRVPs are tasked with : Implementing goals established by President or Treasurer. Ensuring regional compliance with all relevant ASIS policies, procedures and reporting requirements in their Group area. Providing assistance and guidance to their assigned RVPs. Reviewing RVP annual business plans and quarterly reports. Preparing quarterly summary reports to the Treasurer assessing regional operations in their Group area.
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT Appointed by incoming ASIS President for one year. May not concurrently serve as a Chapter Officer. May directly appoint up to three ARVPs. RVPs are tasked with : Hosting annual training meeting for Chapter Officers. Providing assistance and guidance to assigned Chapters. Ensuring Chapter compliance with all relevant ASIS policies, procedures and reporting requirements in their Region. Visiting Chapters at least annually to assess operations. Keeping SRVP informed on regional events and issues. Reviewing chapter monthly activity reports. Preparing quarterly summary reports to the ASIS HQ describing chapter and regional activities.
WHERE DO CHAPTER OFFICERS FIT IN? Chapter Officers
CHAPTER OFFICERS As described in ASIS Policy 4006: Chair: Performs all duties pertaining to a CEO. Vice Chair: Performs Chair duties in their absence. Treasurer: Oversees chapter financial affairs. Secretary: Oversees chapter administrative affairs. Serve from January 1 st to December 31 st, or until their successors have been installed. Officer vacancies during an unexpired term are filled by Chapter Chair appointment. Officers of chapters will report to and take direction from the SRVP and/or directly from the RVP.
QUESTIONS? END OF INTRODUCTORY MODULE. CHAIR & VICE CHAIR TRAINING MODULE STARTS AT 9 AM.