The simple answer is that to remain as competitive as possible today, you must be certified. The bar has been raised in the security profession and employers, contractors, governments, and even clients are now taking additional steps to ensure that they are hiring or working with the most skilled and knowledgeable individuals in the business. Professional certifications from ASIS International offer them another screening tool — one that has the backing and credibility of the preeminent professional society in the world for those who are responsible for security.
Every profession requires specialized skills. Not every employer knows that you have those skills. In short, certification is an investment in your career, your livelihood, your future.
We encourage you to consider certification, particularly if you would like to:
You can reach new height in professional security excellence with an ASIS board certification. Learn more at ASIS International Certifications
Certified Protection Professional (CPP®) – Since 1977, this preeminent designation awarded to individuals whose primary responsibilities are in security management and who have demonstrated advanced knowledge in security solutions and best business practices.
Professional Certified Investigator (PCI®) – Since 2002, this technical designation award to those individuals whose primary responsibilities are to conduct investigations and who have demonstrated in-depth operational knowledge and competence in this area.
Physical Security Professional (PSP®) – Since 2002, this technical designation awarded to those individuals whose primary responsibilities are to conduct physical security surveys, design integrated security systems, or install, operate or maintain those systems and who have demonstrated in-depth operational knowledge and competence in this area.
Introducing the Associate Protection Professional (APP®) - The Associate Protection Professional (APP) designation is intended for those with 1-4 years of security management experience. The exam will measure the professional’s knowledge of security management fundamentals, business operations, risk management, and response management.