Save the Date For GSX 2020
Global Security Exchange (GSX), 21-23 September, is the only event that brings together security professionals from all vertical markets throughout the world to network, learn, and re-invest in the industry. It’s home for all security practitioners and their partners.
Missed GSX 2019? Session recordings are now on sale.
Even if you couldn’t join us in Chicago in September, you can still get valuable education from GSX 2019 delivered directly to your desktop by purchasing post-show recordings!
This is a great opportunity to earn CPE credits or use it as a group learning opportunity for your team.
GSX 2019 Session Recording Packages include:
- ESRM in Action— includes 3 sessions exploring how Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) is applied in the real world.
- Social Media as an Investigation Force Multiplier—includes 3 sessions exploring how social media can be an important force multiplier in any investigation.
- Business Continuity Plans— includes 2 sessions detailing how to develop and implement a business continuity plan.
- Cyber Attacks- Prevention and Response— includes 3 sessions detailing an updated threat landscape, what methods hackers are using, and how to respond to a potential breach.
- Lessons Learned by Purposefully Hacking Physical Security— includes 3 sessions exploring how beating the system can improve your security.
GSX 2020 Preview
2020 GSX SCHEDULE
ASIS International is proud to announce that we are rolling out schedule changes to Global Security Exchange (GSX) in 2020 as we bring our event to the Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of Atlanta, GA.
Look Ahead to GSX 2020
|The ASIS International event management team and volunteer leadership has worked diligently over the past four years to modernize and reinvent the premier event in the security industry. More than six decades after the launch of the ASIS Annual Seminar & Exhibits, the industry’s flagship, peer–driven event has transformed both in substance and brand to meet the needs of the modern security practitioner and solution provider/exhibitor partner. Every single change we’ve implemented has been with the intent to improve the experience for our most important stakeholders: our attendees and exhibitors.
On the heels of these recent modernizations, the event team and ASIS Volunteer leadership has embraced a commitment to continuous improvement. To that end, we have some exciting changes to the GSX event schedule to share for 2020 GSX in Atlanta. The following answers address the general questions regarding the change in the schedule for 2020, and more information will be posted as the event develops.
GSX 2019 Highlight Videos
GSX 2019 Flickr
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