Join a Standards & Guidelines Technical Committee and Impact the Industry

Updates to the ASIS Standards and Guidelines collection are vitally important as the association works to meet the evolving needs of security practitioners in today’s global environment. Because nobody knows that environment better than those who live it every day, ASIS is inviting security practitioners to collaborate with the association and fellow security professionals to share your expertise and advance the industry.

Three standards and guidelines projects are currently seeking contributors. Space is limited on the technical committees, so review the options today to determine which topic is the best fit for you.

Review ASIS’ FAQs before applying. For additional questions, please contact Standards and Guidelines Program at

Technical Committee participation fee: There is no fee for ASIS members. Nonmembers are subject to a one-time $300 administrative fee due upon notification of committee inclusion.

Business Continuity and Crisis Management Guideline (revision of ASIS Business Continuity Guideline, 2005)

This critical guideline specifies steps that an organization can take to effectively manage a disruptive event with the potential to impact an organization’s ability to survive. It also outlines actions to help ensure continued viability.

If interested please submit your application form along with a CV and/or short bio no later than June 19.

Information Asset Protection Guideline (revision of ASIS Information Asset Protection Guideline, 2007)

Applicable to organizations across all sectors, this guideline aids in developing and implementing comprehensive risk-based strategies for information asset protection.

If interested please submit your application form along with a CV and/or short bio no later than Friday, 19 June 2020.

Physical Asset Protection Standard and Facilities Physical Security Measures Guideline (revision and consolidation of ASIS Physical Asset Protection Standard, 2012 and Facilities Physical Security Measures Guideline, 2009)

The standard and guideline will be consolidated and updated to aid in the development and implementation of a program to protect a organization’s physical assets—be they people, property, or information.

If interested, submit an application form along with a CV and/or short bio no later than June 19.

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    November / December 2021


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