Barry Brandman will be a Featured Speaker at the 2013 Supply Chain Integrity Data & Risk Forum Being Held September 30 – October 2, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago

Barry Brandman, CEO of Danbee Investigations, Midland Park, NJ, will be providing a seminar entitled “Is Your Supply Chain at Risk to Theft, Product Tampering and Sabotage? What Every Supply Chain Executive Needs to Know!” on October 2. He will also be hosting an interactive roundtable discussion on October 1 entitled, “The 7 Deadly Sins of Security.”

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Midland Park, New Jersey (PRWEB) September 11, 2013

Barry Brandman, CEO of Danbee Investigations, Midland Park, NJ, will be providing a seminar entitled “Is Your Supply Chain at Risk to Theft, Product Tampering and Sabotage? What Every Supply Chain Executive Needs to Know!” on October 2. He will also be hosting an interactive roundtable discussion on October 1 entitled, “The 7 Deadly Sins of Security.”

Three critical security risks facing the pharmaceutical industry today are internal theft, counterfeiting and terrorism.

There have been hundreds of reported attempts to penetrate the global supply chain by terrorist organizations. In light of recent geopolitical events, many experts expect this risk to increase in the immediate future.

Organized crime and internal theft are responsible for millions of dollars of losses each year. Counterfeit drugs pose yet another serious threat and a health risk to the public.

“Pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors, as well as their logistics providers, are extremely interested in knowing how to effectively protect their companies from security threats,” explains Mr. Brandman. “Because of our real world experiences we’ve seen firsthand where asset protection programs are vulnerable and how safeguards can be compromised. The reality is that some security programs look much better on paper than in practice.”

“Maintaining highly secure supply chains that can successfully protect against internal and external theft, sabotage, tampering, and counterfeiting is absolutely essential to a company’s reputation, product integrity and bottom line. Not integrating the very Best Practices can have significant consequences. I will be discussing several strategies and tactics that have proven to be the most effective at preventing and detecting these security problems.”

About Danbee Investigations:
Danbee Investigations is regarded as one of the nation’s most respected security consulting, auditing and investigation companies. Their clients include Fortune 100 companies as well as major privately held firms.

Danbee Investigations specializes in inventory loss, fraud, product tampering, counterfeiting and diversion, corporate espionage, as well as enabling companies obtain government security certifications such as C-TPAT. (http://www.danbeeinvestigations.com/security-consultants-corporate-investigations).

Barry Brandman is the author of three security manuals and has been a guest speaker for organizations such as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, the PDA/FDA Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Conference, the Healthcare Institute for International Research, and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

About the Supply Chain Integrity Data & Risk Forum:
This conference has been developed exclusively for senior level executives of life science supply chains. The agenda has been developed through extensive research, with speakers selected who promise to deliver solutions that will help protect against the increased level of uncertainty and risk.

This high level event will feature seminars and roundtable discussions where experts in their respective fields will analyze current and future challenges facing complex global supply chains. Among those executives who will be attending from across the country will be Vice Presidents and Directors of Logistics, Supply Chain, Security, IT, and Compliance.


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    Danbee Investigations
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