It is always refreshing to be recognized for the significant efforts put forth, especially when it is volunteers we are speaking of putting forth the effort! It is with great pleasure that I announce that the Puget Sound Chapter has been awarded an Honorable Mention for 2015...Read More
2016 ASIS Puget Sound Seminars & Exhibits! We are extremely excited for another year of the Puget Sound Exhibits and Seminars. We have an amazing couple of days planned out. Come be a part of the activities and conversations with your counterparts and vendors at this...Read More
The ASIS Puget Sound 2016 Seminars & Exhibits took place on November 2 & 3, 2016.
Great seminars and the new Chapter Board was voted in! More info and photos to follow.
The ASIS Puget Sound’s Young Professional Group is committed to helping our region’s young and new members thrive and grow in the security profession.
The ASIS Puget Sound Women in Security group provides support and assistance to women in the security field, as well as inspires those interested in entering the profession who are located in the Pacific Northwest.
ASIS International is the preeminent organization for security professionals, with more than 38,000 members worldwide.
We have 15 Committee Chairs who are committed to furthering security and helping our members.
For 30 years, the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation has served as the pinnacle for Security Management recognition. Find our next Study Group Meeting:
Chapter Meeting: Duty of Care
Our first meeting of the year was a success; Concur Technologies and our incoming chapter chair John Coovert hosted a discussion on Duty of Care: How to effectively manage employee and traveler safety in a global environment; the pros and cons of managing risk for security/safety managers in today’s tech savvy world. Read more>>
Honorable Mention for 2015 Chapter Website of the Year!
ASIS International 61st Seminar & Exhibits Recap!
The ASIS International 61st Seminar & Exhibits in Anaheim, CA have come and gone. The Puget Sound Chapter had 68 of its members in attendance between September 27 – October 1. A couple of Puget Sound Chapter members wanted to share their experiences (good & not to so good) while attending the conference. Read more>>