Saturday, 29 October 2016

ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) AGM 2016


Notice is hereby given that the 2016 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) will be held at Amara Singapore on Friday 18 November 2016 at 1800hrs.

This is a significant local paid-up chapter members only event, to update on the activities and achievements of the Singapore Chapter in 2016.

The Chairman of ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) will be presenting his report during the AGM and we will be electing the Management Committee for the term 2017-2018.

Amara Singapore
Address: 165 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088539
Date: 18 Nov 2016 (Friday)
Time: 1800hrs to 1900hrs

1730hrs – Registration
1800hrs – Commencement of AGM
                 Adoption of AGM 2015 minutes
                 Honorary Chairman's Report
                 Financial Report for Year ending 30 Sep 2016
                 Proposed amendments to Constitution
                 Election of Management Committee
                 Election of Honorary Auditors
1900hrs – End


Would you like to make a difference to the security community ?  
Do you have the passion and drive to organise events, conduct training and share knowledge?
Gain leadership opportunities in a world-leading security organization.
Expand your network.
Earn credits for your CPP/PSP/PCI re-certification.

Represent the Chapter at seminars / conferences / meetings.
Gain access to valuable resources
and many more ....

Drop us an email at to enquire more or express your interest to serve in the 2017-2018 Management Committee.

Be inspired !  Click here to read about the story of Leonard Sng who has been serving in the volunteer leadership role for many years.

  1. Only Singapore Chapter paid-up Active and Life members in good standing (as at 18 November 2016) are eligible to attend the AGM, including the right to vote at the meeting.
  2. All AGM attendees are invited to stay on for the Q4 Networking Dinner event after AGM, at the same venue.


Registration closed

Q4/2016 Networking Dinner

Q4/2016 Networking Dinner

2016 has been an eventful year for the world and especially for security professionals like us who have to deal with the evolving security threats and challenges. As we approach the year-end, let us all get together for an evening of fellowship and indulge in sumptuous food.

ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) Q4/2016 Networking Dinner will be held on 18 Nov 2016 (Friday). 

Venue: Amara Singapore
Address: 165 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088539
Date: 18 Nov 2016 (Friday)
Time: 1900hrs to 2140hrs

1900 hrs - Registration and Networking
1930 hrs - Welcome speech by Honorary Chairman, ASIS International (Singapore Chapter)
1935 hrs - Dinner/ Networking
2000 hrs - Early Bird’s Lucky Draw
2010 hrs - Presentation on “Corporate Intelligence and Security Risk Management of Soft Targets” by Leonard Sng, CPP and Danny Chan, CPP
2055 hrs - Discussion Panel with Leonard Sng, CPP, Danny Chan, CPP and Lee Huan Chiang, PSP
2110 hrs - Presentation on “ASIS Young Professionals” by Melvin Pang, CPP
2130 hrs - Grand Lucky Draw
2140 hrs - End of Q4 networking dinner

ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) 2016 Paid Up members: Complimentary
ASIS International 2016 members: SGD50

As seats are limited, please register below by 11 Nov 2016.

Registration closed

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Dig The Well For Others To Drink!

Allow me to share with you a recent reflection of mine. The year is 2030, my 5-year-old grandson asked what was that ASIS Singapore Chapter Letter of Appreciation hanging in my study all about. I looked at him with glassy eyes and told him that it had something to do with being part of a fraternity of security professionals and practitioners. He then asked if I could bring him to one of the meetings. My answer was simple, the local chapter is no longer around and guessing his next question, I told him that it was all grandpa’s fault, because he did nothing to keep it alive. Will that be a situation that many of us will find ourselves in 20 - 30 years from today? I sincerely hope not.

Empires, organizations and associations come and go. Those that remain through time have done so because of the determination of their people to sustain the existence of their collective order. Paradigm shifts and the many strategies of sustainability means nothing if there are no people to work towards perpetuating the purpose of the collective body. We can have many members but for the local chapter to remain valid it need members to come forward to create value for the chapter and its members.

I have been a local chapter member since 2006 and in the course of these 10 years, I have had the opportunity to serve with some of the best and dedicated Management and Working Sub Committee members at our chapter. I believe what drove these people was integrity, they left their ego and personal interests aside to work and grow the chapter. In many ways they had shown the true spirit of volunteerism and I am proud to be associated with them.

While the regional leadership has been actively engaging ASIS International head office on the need for a paradigm shift to grow membership in the region, individual chapters and their management committees could also do their part to develop growth. Looking back in the last 10 years, I observe that when the chapter organizes more activities for members, membership numbers will grow. If this is true than perhaps future chapter managements could work towards organizing more activities. These could be more casual gatherings for round-table discussions or recorded webinars. Such events need not see a large attendance but increasing the frequency of gatherings will sent the message that the chapter is vibrant. Members should also engage the Management Committee to share their areas of interests and seek opportunities to peer share at chapter events.

I suppose in the true spirit of volunteerism we need to dig the well today so that others may drink from it tomorrow and in so doing the scenario above will not materialise.

Leonard E. J. Sng CPP
Regional Vice President, Region 13B

Friday, 7 October 2016

Field Visit to Facebook on 4 Nov 16

Dear Members,

ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) is organizing a field visit to Facebook office on 4 November 2016 (Friday).

Do not miss out on this great opportunity to network and also understand Facebook’s security operations which includes a tour of the Security Operations Centre
 Date: 4 November 2016 (Friday)
Time: 0900hrs – 1200hrs
Venue: 22nd floor, Facebook Office at South Beach Tower
Address: 38 Beach Road, South Beach Tower, Singapore 189767
(Hourly parking is available at the building)

0900hrs – Arrival and Registration at the ground floor of reception counter
0915hrs – Welcome and Breakfast hosted by Facebook

1000hrs – Informal sharing on Security Operations and Challenges
1030hrs – Tour of Facebook Security Operations Centre

1115hrs – Q&A | Networking1145hrs – Closing Speech by Honorary Chairman, ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) and Presentation of Plaque1200hrs -- End of Session

There are only 15 slots for this field visit and the registration fees are as follows:
S$10 for ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) Paid-up Members
S$20 for ASIS International Members

Terms and Conditions: 
1)This field visit is NOT open to non-ASIS International and non-Local Chapter members.
2) The host reserves the right to prevent or restrict any members from attending the field visit subject to their internal screening process and company policy. The decision is final and no appeal will be allowed. 
3) The host and the organizer reserves the right to cancel or postpone the field visit due to unforeseen circumstances and participants will be informed as soon as possible. 

4) Invoice with instruction to pay online will be issued after the online registration.
5) Please note that refunds will not be issued for cancellation or no-shows.
6) ASIS International and local members will need to make payment online by 24 Oct to confirm your attendance. If no payment has been made by 24 Oct, your registration will be void and opportunity will be given to members who are on the waiting list. No appeal will be allowed.
7) Reminder will be sent to the members to attend the field visit after payment has been made. 
8) For members who have registered for the field visit but are unable to attend, do inform the organizer one day before the event for logistical / refreshment planning .

Registration closed