This category is for professional security associations that have active members. This can include organizations representing a range of products, services, or a commercial business sector. Most security associations promote professionalism, and provide education and training opportunities for its members. Many provide certifications, code of ethics, standards of conduct, best practices, legislative oversight, develop professional standards, allow for networking, and information exchange. Security associations can require minimum qualifications for membership, professional licensing, or prior employment within a private sector.
A recognized organization whose primary goal is the promotion of voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems in the U.S.
Organization dedicated to providing a valid and reliable means to verify the truth and establish the highest standards of moral, ethical, and professional conduct in the polygraph field.
Organization dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals. Provides educational programs and materials.
ASTM develops technical standards for industry worldwide.
Denver, Colorado, the Mile-High Chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security.
San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security.
The website for the Cleveland, Ohio chapter of The American Society for Industrial Security.
Dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security interests. Includes events and resources.
Phoenix, Arizona chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security.
Professionals engaged in locksmithing business.
Organization dedicated to fighting fraud and white-collar crime.
To provide a vehicle to promote growth and professionalism within the alarm industry throughout the State of California
Statewide trade association for California. Features upcoming events, continuing education, and membership application.
Represents alarm installers and monitoring companies in Canada.
Commonwealth of Virginia Association of Professional Process Servers with links to the national and various other associations.
A professional organization that serves as the resource for education and information on doors, hardware, security and specialty products for the architectural openings industry.
Professionally serving the interests of the electronic security industry in Illinois for its members and consumers
Comprised of security professionals and represent both the public and private sectors of law enforcement, loss prevention specialists and related professions. Features news, events, membership information, links and contacts.
An association for privately owned armored car companies and to establish high standards of operation and insurance.
Devoted to combating trademark and product counterfeiting.
Professional security management association.
Informational web site.
Members are independent, non-product affiliated consultants pledged to meet client needs with professional services.
Trade association representing developers, manufacturers, and integrators of biometric hardware and software.
Training and certification of protection security officers.
Association dedicated to dedicated to promoting the interests of quality hologram manufacturers worldwide and to helping consumers achieve their security, packaging, graphic and other objectives through the efficient use of holography.
Promotes security professionalism in the United Kingdom.
Organization of senior security executives.
Organization promotes professional standards. Dublin.
A non-profit trade association that has been providing crime prevention information and assistance to the jewelry industry and law enforcement since 1883.
A worldwide organization that provides a newsletter as well as conferences and training.
Classification management and information security organization.
Monitors activities for the investigation and guard industry. Includes news and events, legislation, bylaws and membership application.
Advice on how to start a neighbourhood watch scheme and material to support neighbourhood watch operations.
The national body inspecting firms providing security systems across the UK. It brings together two well established organisations, National Approval Council for Security Systems (NACOSS), and the Inspectorate of the Security Industry (ISI) covering electronic services and manned services respectively.
Non-profit educational association for in-house locksmiths employed by colleges, hospitals, and hotels in the greater New York City area.
Co-operative organization of security product suppliers and system integration companies.
Represents manufacturers of security products and services.
Directory listing of South African security associations.
An association of security professionals and related business partners from technology companies who have organized for the purpose of addressing the emerging security threats that are common to the high-tech industry.
Association of recovery agents. Publishes a free guide giving information about recovery companies, coverage, and services.
United States trade association.
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