Midland Park, NJ (PRWEB) January 05, 2013
This gathering will bring together manufacturers, importers, port operators, and consolidators, as well as air, sea, land, and rail carriers that have been awarded C-TPAT certification or are interested in applying for membership to the program.
The C-TPAT program was introduced by U.S. Customs and Border Protection in response to September 11th , and is designed to protect the commercial supply chain from terrorism, theft and other security risks. Over 10,000 companies are now voluntarily enrolled in the program.
Barry Brandman’s presentation is entitled “Security Innovations to Adapt to Emerging Threats.”
Mr. Brandman, an author of three security texts, has been a guest speaker for business and government organizations both domestically and internationally, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, the International Cargo Security Forum, the National Retail Federation and the International Compliance Professionals Association.
“First and foremost, the C-TPAT program has been instrumental in preventing a weapon of mass destruction from being smuggled into the United States via the commercial supply chain,” explains Mr. Brandman. “Additionally, C-TPAT certification provides tangible security, logistical and financial benefits for corporations of all sizes, which is why this voluntary program has grown so rapidly and is being replicated by other countries around the world. I will be sharing several asset protection strategies that have proven to be highly effective at mitigating risk in today’s world.”
ABOUT DANBEE INVESTIGATIONS:
Danbee Investigations, (http://www.danbeeinvestigations.com) is one of the most respected names in corporate security, providing an array of investigative and consulting services, including undercover operations, vulnerability assessments, C-TPAT support, employee Hotline programs, security auditing, and training seminars. Danbee’s clients include Fortune 100 companies as well as leading privately held firms.