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NZSA newsletter – January 2020

CEO’s Report Welcome to our January 2020 newsletter. Hopefully Christmas and New Year have treated you well and the focus is now on ensuring a successful 2020! From the NZSA’s perspective we are looking forward to the coming year with considerable excitement as we introduce three new member benefit programmes (refer below), continue to expand […]
21/01/2020 08:23

NZSA Award to LSV recipient

The NZSA are proud to be a supporter of the LSV programme and present the NZSA Award at the end of each six week course. This award is the NZSA Award for demonstrating outstanding qualities for the security industry – initiative, empathy and going the extra mile. The first recipient of the NZSA Award is […]
02/12/2019 11:33

NZSA newsletter – November 2019

Welcome to our November 2019 newsletter. In our May newsletter I opened with commentary on the tragic events that occurred in Christchurch on the 15th March and referred specifically that our “she’ll be right” attitude towards security left us vulnerable to some form of attack and that it was only a matter of time before […]
12/11/2019 14:33

Government event security

In our May newsletter I opened with commentary on the tragic events that occurred in Christchurch on the 15th March and referred specifically that our “she’ll be right” attitude towards security left us vulnerable to some form of attack and that it was only a matter of time before terrorism found its way to New […]
31/10/2019 14:28

NZ Security Award nominations

We are thrilled to announce the receipt of a record 130 nominations this year. Judging will be conducted in July and we expect to announce the category finalists by Friday 2nd August. The full list of nominees by category can be viewed here: 2019 Award nominees
18/07/2019 09:03

Red Badge goes from Strength to Strength

In an environment of heightened risk in New Zealand, demand continues to grow for premium Security Services across all sectors. As the largest New Zealand owned and operated man-power Security Company, Red Badge is seeing increased need for its advice, experience and industry-leading security. The recent acquisition by Red Badge of Auckland-based man-power security company […]
10/04/2019 10:06

SIS Group to partner with Platform 4 Group

A leading Auckland based security provider has attracted investment from globally recognised SIS Group via its Australian subsidiary, which includes MMS Security (www.msssecurity.com.au). Platform 4 Group (P4G) has been actively looking for a strategic partnering opportunity to support its growth strategy in New Zealand.  P4G is a leading provider of event services, patrols, monitoring and […]
19/03/2019 13:56

New look Kiwi Access card to replace 18+ card from January 2019

The new Kiwi Access Card has enhanced security features, which makes it a secure and reliable form of identification (like the 18+ Card currently). The updated features of the Kiwi Access Card include the use of embossing, micro text, and also braille. To give you a full insight into all the security features and unique […]
18/12/2018 14:26

Summary of key changes to the Employment Relations Amendment Bill 2018

Below is a summary of the key changes contained in the Employment Relations Amendment Bill 2018 that was passed by Parliament last week. The most significant change that came into effect on 13th December 2018 (being the day after Royal Assent) is that businesses must now enter into bargaining for multi-employer collective agreements if asked […]
18/12/2018 14:22

ASIS NZ Chapter Meetings

Regular meetings and events are held each month and are often open to non-members. In addition to hearing from speakers on a wide range of security related issues, these meetings are a great opportunity for networking.

We intend to have a wider mix of academic presenters delivering findings from local and global enterprise security risk management research and cross-sector interest groups such as NZISF and ISC2 to ensure a holistic approach is applied to our work.

Meeting invitations are emailed to members and others who have subscribed to the ASIS New Zealand Newsletter prior to each meeting. Details are also listed here on the ASIS New Zaeland website, and are featured on the ASIS New Zealand Facebook page and LinkedIn page. Please add and follow 'ASIS New Zealand' on Facebook and LinkedIn to keep up to date with news and events. 

 

  Up and coming Event Dates for 2020:

Topics and Speakers will be confirmed in due course

 

January:

No meetings scheduled at this time

 

February:

Breakfast meeting Auckland - 19th February

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 27th February

 

March:

Special evening event - ‘Woman in Security’ Auckland

Friday 6th March

(International Women’s Day is on Sunday the 8th)

Wellington lunchtime meeting – 26th March

 

April:     

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 15th April

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 23rd April

 

May:     

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 20th May

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 28th May

 

June:   

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 17th June

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 25th June

 

July:

ASIAL 2018 Security Exhibition & Conference

(A number of members attend ASIAL each year therefore we will not be hosting any chapter meetings)

 

August:

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 19th August

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 27th August

 

September:

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 16th September

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 24th September

 

October:

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 21st October

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 29th October

 

November:

Breakfast meeting Auckland  - 11th November

Lunchtime meeting Wellington – 19th November

 

Certification Dinner – EVENING EVENT

27th November, for all certification holders.

 

December:

2020 Annual General Meeting – 2nd December – 4pm (No presentations)

ASIS NZ Christmas event

 

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