ASIS Toronto looking for a few good speakers
By Canadian SecurityNews Industry News
The Toronto Chapter of ASIS International is still accepting proposals from speakers who are interested in engaging with its members at the 23rd annual Best Practices seminar.
Best Practices will be held April 21 at the Markham event theatre. According to the chapter, it is looking for cutting edge topics that fit into one-hour presentations and would appeal to its audience of: Corporate security directors and practitioners; Site security managers and facility engineers / managers; Corporate risk managers; Business continuity managers; Corporate officers / investigators; and Security/design consultants, architects / engineers.
Last year’s seminar included presentations on unmanned aerial vehicles, mitigating travel risks, and computer forensics. For more information, and a speaker application form, visit www.asistoronto.org.
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