Supply Chain & Transit Security
Globalization and emerging technologies test the security of supply chains and transit every day. Organizations depend on security professionals to inform their policy decisions with the aim of risk reduction and long-term security solutions. Can your organization count on you? Presenters will provide an overview of the security challenges unique to supply chain and transit operations. Participants will learn how to work across agencies to prevent, mitigate, respond and recover from these hazards. This webinar will enhance the security acumen of existing and new security professionals to help them reinforce baseline agency decisions that are rooted in ASIS smart practices.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Define key terms and concepts related to supply chain and transit security management principles.
- Explain transit security challenges related to the confluence of physical & cyber security Describe the steps of professional emergency management pertaining to the prevention, mitigation, response and recovery from hazards
Major Aston Greene is the Commander of the Emergency Preparedness Unit (EPU) for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), the 9th largest public transportation system in the U.S. With primary duties as an Emergency Manager and Security Expert, Mr. Greene works on a variety of high profile security projects (vehicle security cameras, CCTV with video analytics, 'See & Say' App, Security Plans, etc.) With 22 years' in law enforcement, security and emergency management along with a Masters Degree in Public Administration and a B. S. in Criminal Justice Administration, he is a noted authority for security best practices.
Tony Pelli is an experienced supply chain risk consultant with a broad range of specialized skill sets, including experience in conducting end-to-end, enterprise-level supply chain risk assessments for clients and their supply chain partners. As a member of BSI's Advisory team, he also helps clients design, implement and refine their supply chain security programs and management systems. Tony has led assessments where he models, forecasts, and quantifies the risk of cargo theft, counterfeiting, and other supply chain risks, and has assessed over $50 billion in trade in the electronics, pharmaceutical, and consumer products industries over the past three years. Tony has also designed loss prevention and security assessments, mapped and assessed security and business continuity risk in supply chains for Fortune 500 companies, and assisted in the successful implementation of supply chain security plans, policies, and procedures.
Laura Hains, CPP, spent 31 years in federal service with the Department of Defense, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and US Customs & Border Protection where she worked and supervised in the areas of trade, supply chain, training and compliance. Laura is currently an independent Security Consultant and owner of Hammerhead Security Services, LLC.She has authored and co-authored numerous articles, spoken at industry and trade events, and served in leadership in the ASIS Supply Chain and Transportation Security Council.