Chapter Certification Resources
All members and security professionals interested in attaining Board Certification are invited to attend. There is no requirement to be a member of ASIS or the National Capital Chapter to participate in the review or attain certification. NCC members, as well as surrounding area Chapter members and non-member security professionals, are invited to participate. Check back soon for registration information.
Developing and Implementing an Insider Threat Program
New Certificate Program
The only certificate training that prepares you for the new NISPOM standards
What behaviors indicate a potential insider threat? If faced with a threat from an employee, would you know what to do?
This new certificate program is designed to give you the tools to develop the critical components of an insider threat program using modern techniques and measures. Learn how to evolve your current security program into a converged management structure that identifies and deters individuals posing both violent and non-violent threats.
- Understand the basic requirements for developing, coordinating, and continuously evaluating an integrated insider threat program.
- Identify behavior risk indicators.
- Practice developing and analyzing security metrics.
- Learn methods for internal alerting, reporting, collecting, storing, and evaluating relevant data.
- Discover techniques for designing effective security monitoring systems.
- Review laws, regulations, and civil liberties relating to insider threat.
- Learn how to work with both internal and external groups to protect your organization from a threat.
Real case studies are used to explain how counterproductive work can reveal early signs of a potential insider threat.
Certified Protection Professional (CPP™) This certification designates individuals who have demonstrated competency in all areas constituting security management.
Professional Certified Investigator (PCI™) Holders of the PCI™ certification have demonstrated education and/or experience in the fields of case management, evidence collection, and case presentation.
Physical Security Professional (PSP™) - The PSP™ designation is the certification for those whose primary responsibility is to conduct threat surveys, design integrated security systems that include equipment, procedures and people, or install, operate and maintain those systems.
ASIS Exam Preparation - Certification Reviews
ASIS encourages candidates for board certification to use a combination of resources in preparation for exams, as certification is based on a mastery of the body of knowledge. Classroom and online reviews are two methods of preparation available for certification candidates. A review is an essential part of your exam preparation plan.
Loye Manning, CPP, PSP, NCC Chair, on the benefits of ASIS Certifications