International Security
Management Association
ISMA MISSION
ISMA is an international leadership
forum for member security executives
whose expertise is used to develop,
organize, and share knowledge that will
enhance security professionalism and
add value to their organizations.
What is ISMA?
“ISMA is the world’s premier association of senior
security executives. ISMA members not only set the
standard for excellence in corporate security, they
also form a trusted network for resource sharing, and
have become a powerful voice in managing global
threats and insuring corporate resilience. No other
organization offers as much in-depth experience in
managing security.”
MEMBERSHIP STATISTICS
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470 Members
14.6 million Employees
57 Companies in Fortune 100
165 Companies in Fortune 500
21 Countries (increasing)
35 Industries represented
Geographic Diversity
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Asia
Australia
Canada
Europe
South America
Africa/Mid-east
U.S.
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Total
470
100 %
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Geographic Diversity
Australasia
Canada
South America
Africa
Europe
USA
Membership Qualifications
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One member per company
Most senior security executive
Assets/Sales > U.S. $500 million
College Degree
3 Member sponsors
Benefits of Membership
Information Sharing
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Trusted network of shared experiences
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Peer-to-peer problem solving
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Benchmarking capabilities
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Web-based resource community
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Access to officials and information from public sector organizations
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Access to ISMA partner organizations
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An emergency notification network to provide 24/7 alerts
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Foster and exchange senior job opportunity information.
Benchmarking - examples
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H1N1 supplies offered in the workplace
Security considerations in an economic downtown
Workplace violence prevention training
Background investigations on contractors
Hotel selections in Asia Pacific and India
Personal computers on company sites
Corporate Aviation Policies for key executives
Crisis Plan - “Active Shooters”
Travel risk management and tracking systems
Shareholders meeting security
Special Interest Working Groups
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Animal Rights and other Activists
Aviation Security
Pandemics Preparedness
Intellectual Property - Counterfeiting
Olympics Security Issues
Mexico Border Security
Benefits of Membership
Conferences/Workshops
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Semi-annual members only meetings
- Current presentations on critical issues
- One-on-One sharing of best practices
Regional Meetings in partnership with the Overseas Security
Advisory Council – US Department of State
- Create local networks of regional security executives
- Foster public-private partnerships in the region
- Presentations on regional security challenges
ISMA Members Meetings – ISMA Europe & ISMA Asia
Educational initiatives with prestigious business schools
- Innovative executive education from leading thinkers
Ad hoc meetings for specific events
Conferences 2008-2010
Elsewhere
U.S. Conferences
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Naples, Florida
Washington D.C.
Chicago, Illinois
Charleston, South
Carolina
Boston, Massachusetts
San Franciso, California
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Budapest, Hungary
Mumbai, India
Montreux, Switzerland
Cape Town, S. Africa
Paris, France
Bangkok, Thailand
Beijing, China
Barcelona, Spain
ISMA Europe
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Barcelona
Montreux
Paris
Brugge
Madrid
Basel
Milan
Munich
Prague
Brussells
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
ISMA Asia
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Mumbai
Beijing
Shanghai
2009
2010
2011
Academic Partnerships
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McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University
Kellogg School of Management
Northwestern University
The Conference Board
Public / Private Sector Partnerships
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US
• Overseas Security Advisory Council
• Domestic Security Alliance Council
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Government Associate Members
Overseas Security Advisory Council
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Liaison between US State Department and the Private
Sector
Provides timely interchange of information
Recommends methods for implementation of security
programs
100 country councils and 3,500+ constituent member
organizations
Partnership with ISMA formed in 1999
www.osac.gov
ISMA / OSAC Partnership Meetings
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Cairo
Miami
Cape Town
Budapest
Bangkok
Istanbul
Hong Kong
Dubai
Mexico City
Singapore
Prague
Buenos Aires
Cairo
Bangkok
March-2011
March-2010
Sept-2009
April-2009
March-2008
March-2007
March-2006
March-2005
March-2004
March-2003
May-2002
March-2001
May-2000
May-1999
Government Associates
U.S
Central Intelligence Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Other
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
Domestic Security Advisory Council
Centre for the Protection of National
Infrastructure (UK)
Drug Enforcement Administration
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Public Safety Canada
New York Police Department
Serious Organized Crime Agency (UK)
Overseas Security Advisory Council
United States Secret Service
Security Association Partnerships
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Asia Crisis and Security Group (ACSG)
• Asia
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Risk and Security Management Forum (RSMF)
• UK
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European Corporate Security Association (ECSA)
• Europe
Business Collaboration
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The Conference Board
European Roundtable of Industrialists –
Security Council
Global Congress:
World Customs Organization
- International Chamber of Commerce
- Interpol
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Challenges
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Provide cost-effective, regionally relevant ISMA
networking and education opportunities
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Develop and demonstrate the value of security
professionals as strategic business partners
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Reflect the global landscape of business and security
in ISMA activities
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Ensure ISMA is relevant to future generations of
security professionals and business leaders
“Managing the Risks of Competing Globally”
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Meet the security challenges posed by economic downturn
Maintain productivity and reduce risk while merging workforces across
corporate and cultural lines
Balance an increasing dependence on electronic networks against the
need to preserve confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data
Balance the need for information control against the need for
dissemination
Match global opportunity against global threat
Help manage mergers, consolidations, and acquisitions that involve
multiple languages, customs, diversity of values – and a range of
expectations
Balance the need for physical and cyber security
Case Studies
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Travel – Iceland Volcano
Developments in Thailand
Haiti Earthquake
Transport and security in Middle East
Airlines plot
Questions or Comments?
ISMA President
Joseph Petro
ISMA Office
Susan Pohlmann, Business Manager
1-212-793-9503
1-563-381-4008
ISMA.com
[email protected]
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Thank you for your time!
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