The event will take place inSingapore at the Marina Bay Sands on 7-9 December 2014 and
will provide high-quality educational sessions, networking
opportunities, and valuable sector updates for security
professionals. The multiple track format of ASIS Asia-Pacifc 2014 allows
for a self-directed learning environment with sessions from keynote
speakers, breakouts, interactive forums, and an exhibition featuring the
latest in security
services and technology.
educational sessions, will focus on current and emerging issues, best
practices, and the challenges facing security practitioners and those
responsible for security. Given presentations are designed for those of
all levels of experience - covering fundamental to intermediate to
Proposals on all security related topics are welcome. Topics of particular interest are:
Critical infrastructure protection,
Supply chain security,
Hotel security and soft targets protection,
Internal theft and fraud,
and global business issues.
event is expected to gather senior security professionals, corporate
executives, consultants and government officials from throughout the
Asia-Pacific. The programme will also feature three keynote
presentations and a summit for Chief Security Officers (CSOs) organised
by the CSO Roundtable of ASIS.
In addition to the educational programme, ASIS Asia-Pacific will feature:
networking opportunities during lunches, coffee breaks and receptions,
for delegates to discuss the latest challenges, and exchange best
practices and ideas.
trade exhibition attracting leading security companies that will
present the latest security products and services to delegates in the
exhibition area, and the Technology & Solutions Theatre.
General submission guidelines:
presentations will not be selected (though 20 minutes speaking slots in
the exhibition area are available as part of the exhibitor package).
ASIS International does not pay per diem, honoraria, or expenses.
Presentation slots are 50 minutes including time for Q&A.
Proposals must be in English only.
Proposals should describe original work.
All submissions must be received no later than 9 May 2014.