The organization plans to address the incorporation of information technology and other enterprise risk concepts and applications into educational programs offered by ASIS, association President Shirley Pierini said in a statement.

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The session will also cover the necessity “that information technology security and the traditional security function are covered in the evolving body of knowledge in security.”

Timothy Williams, ASIS board member and vice president of corporate and systems security at Nortel Networks, will host the panel discussion, also to feature security officers at companies like Motorola and Washington Mutual.