George W. Bush to keynote ASIS conference
Former U.S. President George W. Bush will provide the keynote address for ASIS International’s 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits, which will be held in Dallas, Tex., Sept. 25-28.
According to a statement issued by ASIS International:
President Bush will open the conference on Monday, 25 Sept. The 43rd President of the United States and author of the bestselling memoir Decision Points (2010) — a candid account of the defining decisions in his presidency and personal life — will share insights on his eight years in the White House, his experiences with world leaders, the nature of public leadership and decision making, and his perspective on current domestic and international issues. The keynote is sponsored by Altronix.
Other speakers announced for the conference include Scott Klososky, founder of Future Point of View, and Richard DesLauriers and Ed Davis, lead investigators into the Boston Marathon bombing.
“Our keynotes have a wealth of information and insight to share that make their presentations can’t-miss events,” said Thomas J. Langer, CPP, 2017 President, ASIS International, in the statement. “Their remarks will set the tone for each day — linking the evolving security profession to current/future technological opportunities and helping to frame the bigger conversations taking place throughout the week. Namely, how we should effectively collaborate across the security spectrum to advance a holistic approach to managing risk.”