Mark Schreiber provided Facilities Security Design Training for Security Professionals in Fort Worth

From February 24th through 26th, 2016, Mark Schreiber was one of the featured instructors for ASIS International's "Facility Security Design" training workshop in Fort Worth, Texas.  As the Chairperson of the ASIS Security Architecture and Engineering Council, Mark Schreiber presented on the many efforts of supporting the security systems design for a facility's capital construction project.  Mark Schreiber covered the Design Process, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), Control Room (i.e. SOC/GSOC) Design Considerations, Security Systems Integration designs, and Design Documents, Coordination & Systems Convergence.  Specific focus was put on the principles of CPTED in their design applications, the expectations & value of the multitude of Detailed Security Design Documents, the complexities of planning and designing an optimal Security Control Room (a project unto itself), addressing complex security systems integrations and physical/cyber security convergence, Building Information Modeling (BIM), and the and the ultimate importance for Security Management to focus on the fundamental goals and requirements for their facilities to achieve success.  The group was also extremely fortunate to take part in an incredible behind-the-scenes security tour of the BNSF railway facilities.  Many thanks to BNSF and the ASIS staff.  More information can be found on the ASIS International website: