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Dr. Mark H. Beaudry

Dr. Mark H. Beaudry
Assistant Professor
Worcester State University
Dr. Mark H. Beaudry CPP is a retired intelligence chief and anti-terrorism instructor from the U. S. Marine Corps. Dr. Beaudry received an A.S., B.S., M.S., and a PhD in HS/Criminal Justice. He has been a member of ASIS International since 1982 and a CPP (Certified Protection Professional) since 1996. He is a past Chair of the ASIS Leadership Management & Practices Council; past Chair of the Research Council; and a previous member of the Crime Prevention Council; was an active participant of the annual ASIS Academic Practitioner Symposium; past Chair of CIWG; and, a frequent contributor to Security Management of articles, book reviews, the POA manual, and many guidelines & standards. Dr. Beaudry has authored three books and contributed chapters for fourteen books, and his dissertation: Faculty Perceptions of Factors to Develop a Paradigm for Security Studies. Dr. Beaudry also serves as an advisor for publishers to review book proposals and revisions, and peer review journals: Journal of Applied Security Research. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Worcester State University in the Department of Criminal Justice and teaches security, cybercrime, and other criminal justice courses.

Speaking in:

June 22
10:00 am10:30 am
Room 26C

Within this rapidly evolving landscape, Dr. Mark H. Beaudry will present the ten key trends that will shape how organizations should think about the year ahead.