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ASIS Boston Chapter Q1 News

Hello to all our fellow ASIS Boston Chapter members.  Well so far 2023 is moving along quickly and Winter is coming to an end.  Hopefully, we don’t experience it in April! 

One of our first goals as Chapter leaders is to hold in-person events again.  This year we are ensuring that they are added to our events calendar, so you can plan to attend. 

January 12th we held a meeting at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Boston, thanks to James Marcella, from Axis Communications, who presented on “Taking a Closer Look at Redaction: Balancing Privacy and Efficient Security”

February 16th was our speed dating mixer at the Broad Institute and was a great event.  It gave Chapter members the opportunity to meet and get to know each other in a casual setting. Thanks to Mark Matter, a long-time supporter and member of the Chapter.  Its people like Mark who make this Chapter so great!

Our next Chapter’s social event is a Women in Security event, OPEN TO ALL, at Revolution Axe on March 22nd in Everett, MA at 5PM. This is a great way to enjoy some fun and competition with fellow Chapter members, enjoy some appetizers and a cold beer.  There is still time for all members to sign up and attend.

Most importantly is the New England Security Expo on April 27th at the Boxboro Regency.  This is a must attend event, allows for continuing education credits towards your professional certifications, and meeting with our partners who are displaying their latest and greatest security solutions. Registration is open on our website.

Exhibitor booths are still available and filling up quickly.  There is no better way to reach out to security and first responder professionals, at a incredible event.

May 18th we are going to hold our first LUNCH meeting of the year The Chateau Restaurant in Woburn, conveniently located at the intersection of Rtes. 95 and 93.  We are looking forward to seeing you there. We need your attendance and it’s a great way to gain some great knowledge from our speakers.

Finally, I want to add that we are working hard as a Board to build up the Chapter for the future and that is not an easy task to do, without our members. I’m personally asking for your help. Attending meetings, volunteering for Committee positions, and supporting the Chapter will go a long way to keep the ASIS Boston Chapter strong.

Paul Baratta
Chapter Chair
ASIS International Boston Chapter