ASIS 2017 session recordings are now available. Login below with the email address you used to register and password 'ASIS2017Dallas'.
Access Extended! All-Access Pass holders can now access 2017 session recordings through March 1, 2018—for free! Recordings can also be purchased for one year.
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How many recordings are there?
There are 144 session and keynote recordings, which equals 84% of the entire conference program.
Who gets access to the recordings?
Anyone can access the recordings. All-Access Pass holders receive complimentary access to the recordings for 90 days as part of their registration package. Recordings can be purchased by those who did not register for an All-Access Pass, or for those wishing to have access to sessions for their teams and colleagues after the 90-day period.
What do the recordings cost?
|ALL-ACCESS PASS||PURCHASED RECORDINGS|
(through March 1, 2018)
(through March 1, 2018)
|POST-SHOW PRICING (access for 1 year)|
How do I access the recordings?
After ASIS 2017, All-Access Pass holders will receive an email with login information and your username and password. For anyone purchasing sessions, once you complete your transaction, you will receive an email with login information and your username and password. To access the site, enter the email address you used to register for ASIS 2017 and password
Can I get CPEs for viewing the recordings?
Yes, you will be awarded one (1) CPE for every one hour of instruction. CPEs must be self-recorded.
Can I download the recordings?
Purchased recordings are available for download; complimentary access is available via live stream only.
How long do I have access to the recordings?
All-Access Pass holders have access until March 1, 2018. For purchasers, you will have access for one year from the time the recordings are available via the ASIS website.
You used to have DVDs/USBs. Are they still available?
DVDs and/or USBs are not available for purchase in 2017.
Can I get access to past recordings?
Previous Seminar recordings are available for purchase on the ASIS website at
Which sessions were recorded?
All speakers received an invitation to be recorded; however, they may have opted not to have their sessions recorded. The following keynotes were recorded:
- State of the Industry—Tom Langer and Peter O'Neil
- Opening Luncheon with Mark Cuban
- The Technology Integration of Man—Scott Klososky
- Global Responses to Global Threats—Edward Davis, III, Rick DesLauriers, Paul Barnard, Christophe Beuzit, and Bonnie Michelman
- Lessons in Leadership—Carey Lohrenz