Welcome to ASIS New Zealand
ASIS New Zealand is part of ASIS Region 15 and is titled 15a. There are over 120 members of ASIS International based in New Zealand.
ASIS International, with more than 34,000 members in 145 countries worldwide, is the pre-eminent international organisation for professionals responsible for security, including managers and directors of security. In addition, corporate executives and other management personnel, as well as consultants, architects, lawyers, and police officers, are becoming involved with ASIS to better understand the constant changes in security issues and solutions.
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Chapter News and Updates
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There has been some exciting changes that affect both current and potential members so don't miss out! Click here to be added to our mailing list. Click here for the latest newsletter, invitation or update.
Chapter meetings are currently run via Zoom during lunchtime sessions. Keep an eye out for your meeting invitations and the updates on the meetings page.
Meetings and events
Click here for ASIS New Zealand meetings and special events page.
To ensure you receive email notifications for up and coming events please click here to be added to the mailing list.
As Cybersecurity Awareness month is slowly coming to a close, what have you done this month to step up your cyber defence? Click here for tips!
ASIS Certification - News and Study Groups
Do you want to achieve an ASIS International Certification but not sure how? Look no further! Join a study group regardless of your region and get the support you need to achieve your goal.
Auckland based study groups and a Wellington based study group is currently underway and can be accessed via Skype or conference call and online - SO NO MATTER WHAT PART OF THE COUNTRY YOU ARE IN YOU CAN STILL BE PART OF THE STUDY GROUP. If you are interested is completing the PSP, PCI or CPP certification programme and would like to be part of a virtual study group regardless of your region or would like to initiate one please click here with the subject line 'Study Group' for further details.
If any other members or nonmembers wish to learn more about certification programs offered by ASIS, please reach out to one of the executive to explore how we as ASIS can facilitate or support your professional development.
Click here for more information on the range on certifications available
Women in Security
The ASIS New Zealand WIS Chapter Liaison is Dee Wakelin supported by Ngaire Kelaher however, ASIS depends on volunteers within the Chapters to present programs, plan events and just generally get the word out about how they support, inspire and promote security professionals within the industry. The Council Global Liaison Committee hosts regular meetings to assist and share information among ASIS Liaisons. If you would like to help or get involved in any way contact please click here.
Young Professionals Liaison
The ASIS New Zealand YP Chapter Liaisons are Curtis Boag and Tylor West of Securitek NZ. The YP Liaison is interested in the identification and recruitment of Young Professionals within the chapter, the coordination of YP communications and events within the chapter, and the bridging of chapter YPs with the larger ASIS community. If you would like to connect with our representatives please click here.
Not yet an ASIS International member?
To become an ASIS New Zealand member you must be an ASIS International member. Click here to find out further information regarding ASIS International membership.
ASIS New Zealand Subscriptions
New Zealand Chapter subscription membership runs from the 1st Jan until the 31st December. Click here to find out further information on chapter subscription. Please ensure your ASIS International membership is up to date when renewing your chapter subscription. Click here for ASIS International renewal information.
For any invoicing or payment inquiries please email [email protected]
ASIS New Zealand Committee for 2020
The ASIS New Zealand Chapter held its 2018 Annual General Meeting on the 6th December 2019 and the following were elected as the Executive Committee: