The Security Profession needs fresh views
The security professions are fascinating. While the human factor remains essential, today’s security industry increasingly relies on state of the art technology and applied science. Therefore, it offers diversified and tremendously interesting perpectives to young professionals.
Furthermore, in a globalised world, the role of private security in the public arena grows in importance calling for individuals and companies that have a sense of civil and social responsibility in addition to pure financial interests.
These two reasons, amongst others, are strong grounds for our chapter’s commitment to promoting the security profession amongst younger generations. In fast evolving economies, this is not only necessary to ensure the security of organisations but also of the society as a whole.
The ASIS Swiss Chapter Young Professional Award
Our Chapter's commitment to promoting the security profession amongst younger generations is represented by our annual young professional competition. It rewards a personal research work (be it self-developed or within an academic programme) presented by a young professional.
The recompense is a cheque of CHF 2000.00, 1 year free membership to ASIS International and to its Swiss Chapter (value around CHF 275 non cash payable).
Now in its third years, we invite any interested parties to submit their projects for evaluation according to the following simple rules.
The final deadline to submit your work is 15 July. Then a jury of professionals will assess each submissions and shortlist two candidates. The finalist will be selected after a 30 minutes interview.
All participants will be contacted before the award ceremony traditionally taking place during the Swiss Chapter’s Annual General Assembly.
November 2016: Aurore Chatard, co-chair ASIS Switzerland Chapter presents the Young Professional Award to Camilla Romerio Giudici