Mahalo to Deputy Chief John McCarthy who addressed our members at our March meeting. John discussed the ongoing threat of cyber crime and how it impacts us in both our personal and business lives. John is a strong supporter of ASIS and our chapter. Chapter Chair Jim Frame presenting Certificate of Appreciation to Deputy Chief John McCarthy
Chapter members were honored to have Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard as our guest speaker. Chief Ballard spoke of her vision for the Honolulu Police department and focusing on the future of working together with organizations such as ours to improve the quality of life for all residents of Honolulu. Chief Ballard responding to question from member… Read more »
ASIS Hawaii Chapter 134 Members: Please be informed that the revised PSP exam, which originally had been scheduled to launch in March 2017 is now planned to launch in November 2017. To note, the 8-piece and newly consolidated 4-piece PSP reference material are both applicable for the current exam format. Test takers will not need to purchase new reference materials should… Read more »
Congratulations to Chapter member Joe Miller who was recently appointed a Commissioner on the Civil Defense Advisory Commission of the Department of Emergency Management by Mayor Kirk Caldwell. Joe joins chapter member Jerry Dolak who is also currently serving as a Commissioner on the commission. The Civil Defense Advisory Commission is established by Section 6-104, Revised Charter of the City and County… Read more »
Congratulations to chapter members Jerry Pahukula and Rick Osborne on earning their Physical Security Professional (PSP) certifications in July. Hard work, perserverance, and good study habits pay off!
New CPP Exam to Launch March 2016 CPP exam domains have been modified as a result of a worldwide analysis of security management jobs. Revised domains will be reflected in updated exams that will be administered beginning March 1, 2016. If you plan to test before March 1, 2016, your exam will cover the domains as follows: Security Principles and Practices … Read more »
Chapter 134 thanks to Walllace Kelley of Securitas Security Services, Inc. for volunteering to take on the chair of the Young Professionals committee. Mahalo to Joe Miller who is stepping down after several years as chair. We wish Wallace the best of luck in his new position.
Congratulations to our re-elected Chapter Officers announced at our December meeting by ARVP Jerry Pahukula, CPP. Their term of office begins January 1, 2016. Chapter Chair – Jim Frame, CPP Vice Chair – Randy Mack, CPP Secretary – Robert Cravalho Treasurer – Miguel Tostado, CPP Jerry Pahukula remains in place as our appointed ARVP.
Microchip-Enabled Credit Cards May Still Be Vulnerable New Microchip-Enabled Credit Cards May Still Be Vulnerable to Exploitation by Fraudsters By October 2015, many U.S. banks will have replaced millions of traditional credit cards, which rely on data stored on magnetic strips, with new credit cards containing a microchip known as an EMV chip. While EMV cards offer enhanced security, the… Read more »
Congratulations to chapter members Jerry Dolak and Joe Miller who graduated from the Honolulu FBI Citizen’s Police Academy in June 2015. This annual program runs eight weeks and is part of the FBI Outreach program. It helps educate the public about the role of the FBI in today’s world. Weekly classes include cybercrime, terrorism, domestic spying and a chance to participate in… Read more »