I invite you to join me for the IAPSC Annual Conference, April 17-20, 2016, in historic Charleston, SC.
(PRWEB) January 29, 2016
The world’s top security consultants are gathering in Charleston, SC, April 17-20, for the 2016 Annual Conference of the International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC). Security experts who provide security solutions for a range of disciplines and environments will share the latest developments in corporate, technical, and forensic security, and explore the business opportunities and challenges in today’s risk environment.
The conference is organized by Lynda L. Buel, CPP, CFE, CSC, CPTED Practitioner, CEO of Security Risk Management Consultants, LLC in Columbus, OH. “Security here at home and beyond our borders was, is, and always will be a main concern for most of our clients, but it hasn't been as prevalent a discussion topic as it has been in recent months. We’ve designed this conference to specifically help security consultants ready themselves to meet their client needs and demands in our changing security landscape,” said Buel.
Helping the security consulting professional stay at the forefront of client concerns is a primary focus of the IAPSC. The conference includes timely topics ranging from counter-terrorism to cyber security, for consultants who wish to take their business to the next level, at home and abroad. It includes the close examination by security consultants of the church shooting that occurred in downtown Charleston in July 2015 and a meeting with local Charleston leadership for an open forum discussion on community security, risk assessment, and management. Other conference topics include: Developing an Active Shooter Plan, Addressing International Counter-Terrorism, and Travel Risk Management and Global Travel Safety.
“We’ve also included plenty of time for networking to build relationships with other consultants that can lead to teaming. In addition, the conference includes exhibits of the latest industry products and services so attendees can stay current on what’s new and what’s in development to best serve their clients,” said Buel.
For more information on the IAPSC or to register to attend the Conference, call: (415) 536-0288, email: info(at)iapsc(dot)org, or go to: http://www.iapsc.org
Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive up to 14.5 Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPEs) toward ASIS International re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification credit should check with ASIS and review the filing process at: https://www.asisonline.org/Certification/Recertification/Pages/default.aspx
About the International Association of Professional Security Consultants:
IAPSC is a non-profit membership association headquartered in San Francisco. IAPSC is the most recognized and respected organization of independent (non-product affiliated) professional security consultants. The primary purpose of the IAPSC is to establish and maintain the highest standards for professionalism and ethical conduct in the industry. IAPSC’s rigid membership requirements ensure that potential clients may select from the most elite group of professional, ethical, and competent security consultants available.