Business leaders increasingly recognize procurement and supply chain is an essential element of a solid strategic planning process. Explore how to identify and oversee critical risks, gain visibility into the supply chain and protect their companies' reputations. Obtain the key measurements you need to effectively communicate and implement strategy.
Welcome and Setting the Stage with Supply Chain Risk Management and Resiliency
Rose Kelly-Falls, CPSM, MSM, Senior Vice President, Head of Supply Chain Risk, Rapid Ratings International Inc.
Are Cybersecurity Risks Lurking in Your Supply Chain?
What do banks, retailers and multinationals all share? Each has experienced a cyber disruption to their supply chain. Regardless of your company’s geographic location, the risk of cyberthieves targeting your financial data, trade secrets and competitive information is a threat not to be ignored. Such threats come in two flavors: the adversary with a low risk of detection and the aggressor scouring your system for a communication path to other supply chain partners. The question is how to start tipping the scales toward the good guys.
Timothy G. Hall, President, AZORCA Cyber Security, LLC
This session provides you with an overview of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s ruling on conflict minerals, with insight into what your company should consider for this year and beyond. Conflict minerals comprise tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold, also known as 3TG, and may be necessary for the functionality or production of products manufactured by you or your suppliers.
Michael Littenberg, J.D., Partner, Schulte Roth and Zabel
Identify & Measure Supplier Risk
Has your organization identified potential supply disruptions like natural disasters, terrorism, or social unrest? How would your brand reputation be affected your suppliers' ethics and compliance violations? This session discusses how to measure risk throughout your supply chain, identify specific areas of concern and mitigate risk.
Michael Byrnes, General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Thought Leadership, Ethisphere Institute
Jim Barnes, Managing Director, ISM Services
Description and presenter to come.
Leverage Technology to Reduce Supply Risk
Achieve a more predictive supply chain against potential disruptions by leveraging technology tools that yield more effective communication and strategic implementation. This leads to greater ability in measuring the impacts of and analytics behind supply risks and disruptions.
Perry F. Rotella, Group Executive, Supply Chain Risk Analytics, Senior Vice President and CIO, Verisk Analytics
Risk Summit: US$1,099/US$799 ISM members
Bundle Package — Risk Summit and Metrics Symposium: US$2,299/US$1,599
Team Discount — There is a US$100 discount (per person) for organizations registering three or more people for this program. All registrations must be placed at the same time. (This discount offer is not available online.)
New York Marriott Downtown
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, New York 10006
$245 per night when booked by June 30, 2014 (includes complimentary guest room Wi-Fi).
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service may permit an income tax deduction to U.S. residents for expenses (including registration fees, travel costs, meals and lodging) incurred in pursuit of continual professional education. Consult your tax adviser for details.
Notification of your cancellation must be in writing. Cancellations received up to the day prior to the program are subject to a US$250 cancellation charge. No refunds are given once the program has begun. Registrants who fail to attend a program are not entitled to a refund. ISM must be contacted within 30 days of the program completion in order for a refund to be considered. ISM reserves the right to substitute speakers. If the program is not held for any reason, ISM's liability is limited to the program fee.
You are responsible for your own ground transportation.