Welcome to ASIS Chicago!

The ASIS Chicago Chapter, a local subset of the international organization, is among the top ten largest chapters in the organization, with over 700 members throughout the area.  The goal of the chapter is to promote safety and security in every realm of the profession, including healthcare facilities, campus safety, corporate / commercial real estate, the public sector, critical infrastructure protection, and distribution centers.  This is accomplished by bringing together practitioners from every field and allowing them to support one another through the sharing of knowledge, ideas, and experience.  The Chapter also utilizes its various security providers and vendors, who champion the latest technology and developments in system upgrades and integration.


ASIS International news!

ESRM Board Initiative

ASIS International has launched an Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) Board Initiative. The ESRM Board is tasked with infusing the ESRM methodology into the DNA of ASIS, its membership, and ultimately the security industry.

To learn more about this initiative, please click on the image below to view a slideshow that has been put together by ASIS International!

ESRM PowerPoint

Global Security Exchange (GSX)

ASIS International, the world’s largest association for security management professionals, has changed the name of its flagship security event from the 64th Annual Seminar and Exhibits to the Global Security Exchange (GSX). The refreshed name and brand promise reflects the Society’s commitment to unite the full spectrum of security—cyber and operational security professionals from all verticals across the private and public sector, allied organizations and partners, and the industry’s leading service and solution providers—for the most comprehensive security event in the world.

For more information visit the GSX webpage

GSX Logo

Upcoming Events

Aug 21

The Fatal Flaw in Your Hi-Rise Active Shooter Response Plan

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