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Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner (DEAC) Diane J. Sabatino of the Office of Field Operations, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

American Security Today is pleased to report that Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner (DEAC) Diane J. Sabatino from the Office of Field Operations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), will be the keynote speaker at the highly anticipated 2022 ASTORS Awards Presentation Luncheon on Wednesday, November 16, 2022.

American Security Today’s annual ‘ASTORS’ awards are the premier awards program for homeland security in the United States, and now in its seventh year, continue to recognize industry leaders in physical and border security, from cybersecurity, emergency preparedness – management and response, law enforcement, first responders, as well as federal, state and municipal government agencies in recognition of their outstanding efforts to keep our nation safe.

Take advantage of this exclusive lunch opportunity to invite your team, guests and clients, and showgoers to a gourmet, affordable, plated event in the heart of New York City for a fabulous networking opportunity!

Visit to guarantee your spot or reserve a table. *** Space is limited, so register today. There will be no on-site registration.

The 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program exceeded expectations with a record number of nominations received from industry leaders and government agencies, and attracted over 200 attendees to the ‘ASTORS’ Awards Presentation Banquet – a luncheon exclusive dining and networking opportunity that filled to capacity, before having to turn down late registrations.

Your ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon registration includes complimentary attendee access to ISC East, where you can meet the world’s most innovative vendors and cyber experts, immerse yourself in hands-on technology, and learn from speakers and world-renowned opinion leaders.

The traditional security market has long been covered by a multitude of publications highlighting the old school basics to what is Today – a rapidly changing security landscape.

American Security Today focuses only on homeland security at large & Public Safety Marketplace with over 75,000 readers at the federal, state and local levels of government as well as government-allied businesses.

American Security Today offers a compelling new look and read with our personalized digital publications that hold readers’ eyes throughout history with cutting-edge editorial that provides solutions to their challenges.

AST offers the largest and most qualified circulation in government with more than 75,000 readers at the federal, state and local levels.
AST offers the largest and most qualified circulation in government with more than 75,000 readers at the federal, state and local levels.

AST’s digital publications are distributed to more than 75,000 qualified government and homeland security professionals in the federal, state, local and private security sectors.


AST reaches Private & Public Experts, essential to meet these new challenges.

Today’s new generation of public safety experts require real-time knowledge to deal with domestic and international terrorism, lone wolf attacks, unprecedented urban violence, societal changes, culture and media bias – making it increasingly difficult for homeland security, law enforcement, first responders, military and private security professionals to implement coordinated security measures to ensure national security and improve public safety.

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These experts come from government at the federal, state, and local level as well as from private companies allied with the government.

AST provides a comprehensive list of topics in our monthly editions of AST magazine, our AST website and our AST daily news alerts, covering 23 vital sectors such as access control, perimeter protection, video surveillance/ analysis, airport security, border security, CBRNE detection, borders. Security, ports, cybersecurity, network security, encryption, law enforcement, first responders, campus security, security services, corporate facilities, and emergency response, among others.

AST has expanded readership to critical infrastructure audiences such as the protection of nuclear facilities, water treatment plants and dams, bridges and tunnels and other potential targets of terrorism.

Other areas of concern include transportation hubs, town hall meetings, governancement facilities, sports and concert stadiums, schools and universities in our nation, and Commercial business destinations – all attractive targets due to the large number of people and resources clustered together.

(See some highlights from American Security Today’s 2021 ASTORS Awards Presentation Luncheon at ISC East. Courtesy of My Pristine Images and Vimeo.)

To learn more about ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award Winners solutions, please see the fully interactive magazine ‘ASTORS’ CHAMPIONS Edition 2021 – Top Products of 2021 ‘A Year in Review’.

The annual CHAMPIONS edition features a review of the annual ‘ASTORS’ award-winning products and programs, highlighting key details on many of the winning company’s products and services, including video interviews and more.

It serves as a year-round go-to source for “The best of products and services 2021” approved by American Security Todayand can meet your agency’s and/or organization’s most pressing homeland security and public safety needs.

physical security (Access control, critical infrastructure, perimeter protection, CCTV cameras and video management systems), computer security (Cybersecurity, encryption, data storage, anti-malware and network security – just to name a few), the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ CHAMPIONS EDITION has everything you need to detect, delay, respond to and mitigate today’s real-time threats in our ever-changing security environment.

It also includes guest editorials from some of the security industry’s most respected leaders and companies recognized in the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ awards program.

  • For a full list of 2021 ‘ASTORS’ award winners, start HERE.