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September 26, 2017Paul Ragusa

Excited to be in Dallas for ASIS 2017. My first two days of the show were packed with excitement, including intellectually stimulating keynotes, meetings and sessions as well as conversations with more than 30 companies, from manufacturers to integrators. I racked up about 15,000 steps on day one, but was rewarded with an invite to the Securitas' event at AT&T stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys and the most famous cheerleaders in the world. As I tweeted out, Securitas pretty much had a 'drop...

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Mark Cuban to deliver ASIS 2017 keynote address

July 26, 2017SSN Staff

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—ASIS International yesterday announced that entrepreneur, technology visionary, and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will deliver the keynote address at the Monday, Sept. 25 luncheon at the organization's 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits—ASIS 2017.“Every year ASIS brings the security community together to share ideas and experiences that help attendees better understand global trends and their security implications,” Peter J. O'Neil, CEO of ASIS International,...

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Former president George W. Bush to speak at ASIS 2017

May 16, 2017Spencer Ives

DALLAS—ASIS International recently announced a few speakers for its 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits to be held here, Sept. 25-28, including president George W. Bush, futurist Scott Klososky, and Boston Marathon bombing investigators Richard DesLauriers and Ed Davis.Selecting the speakers required gathering input from many internal ASIS sources as well as conversations had outside of the organization, Peter O'Neil, CEO of ASIS International, told Security Systems News.“We tried very hard,...

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