ISCPO 2019 Directions

Directions to 7-Eleven Store Support Center

From Downtown Dallas (approx. 30 minutes)

• Drive southbound on Elm Street to access I-35E North

• Using the right lane, merge onto I-35E North

• Keep right at the fork to stay on I-35E North, following signs for Interstate 35E N/Denton

• Use the left lane to take exit 440 C to merge onto I-635 W toward DFW Airport

• Keep left to stay on I-635 W

• Take Exit 33 for Belt Line Road

• Turn right onto Ranch Trail

• Turn left onto Hackberry Road

• The 7-Eleven Store Support Center is the first building on your left. Parking is located off Hackberry Road. All parking spots, visitor and unmarked, are available for guests.

 

From DFW Airport (approx. 15 minutes)

• When exiting the terminal, follow signs for the North Exit

• Continue northbound on International Parkway

• Take the I-635 E Exit • Continue on I-635 for 2.5 miles

• Take Exit 33 for Belt Line Road

• Turn left onto Belt Line Road

• After 0.2 miles, take a right onto Hackberry Road

• After the stoplight at Cypress Water Boulevard, the 7-Eleven Store Support Center will be on your right.

• Parking is located on the Hackberry Road side of the building – all parking spots, visitor and unmarked, are available for guests.

 

From Dallas Love Field Airport (approx. 30 minutes)

• When exiting Love Field Airport, take a right onto Mockingbird Lane (west bound)

• Take a right onto N. Stemmons Freeway

• Use the left lane to take the ramp onto I-35E N

• Use the left lane to exit 440C and merge onto I-635 W

• Keep left to stay on the I-635W

• Take Exit 33 for Belt Line Road

• Turn right onto Ranch Trail

• Turn left onto Hackberry Road

• The 7-Eleven Store Support Center is the first building on your left. Parking is located off Hackberry Road. All parking spots, visitor and unmarked, are available for guests.

 

Become a Sponsor

Put your brand front and centre among industry thought leaders and decision-makers. Join us as an exclusive ISCPO 2019 Conference Sponsor!

As in past years, we have a variety of sponsorship opportunities based on your company’s needs and budget. And, we will continue to keep the vendor selection small to allow you full exposure to conference attendees.

Download the Exhibitor Registration Form and email your completed sponsorship application to Byron.smith@iscpo.org.

Just a few details:

  • Theme: “The Evolution of eCommerce Security”
  • Location: 7-Eleven Headquarters in Dallas (3200 Hackberry Rd Irving, TX 75063)
  • March 5th – Cocktail Hour
  • March 6th and 7th Conference Dates
  • Sponsorships will be available for the cocktail hour, breakfast, lunch and several breaks
  • Swag bags will be built again this year for the attendees and we will communicate where to ship your swag
  • We will obtain great rates at surrounding hotels and will share the ISCPO Conference hotel code at a later time

Thanks again for all your support. We’re driving much-needed innovation, collaboration, and standards within the industry.  If you haven’t seen our updated website or our new LinkedIn company page, the links are below.

ISCPO VICE CHAIRMAN

Byron J Smith CFI, LPC | ISCPO Vice-Chairman

ISCPO Annual Conference Agenda and Speakers

Tuesday – March 5, 2019

6:00PM – 8:00PM

Cocktail Reception

A cocktail reception will be provided the evening of March 5th at 7-Eleven’s Store Support Center. This is a terrific opportunity to network with industry peers in a relaxed environment prior to the conference.

7-Eleven SSC – 3200 Hackberry Rd Irving, Texas, 75063

Wednesday – Day One: March 6, 2019

7:00AM – 8:00AM

Registration
Breakfast

Sponsored by:

8:00

Opening Comments:
Byron Smith, ISCPO

8:15

Keynote Speaker:
Albert Shen, CEO – Shen Consulting & Senior Advisor – Toyota Mobility Foundation at the Toyota Motor Corporation

Session: The Mobility Revolution, Smart Cities & Global Perspectives

9:15

Morning Break – Coffee and Networking

 

9:45

Session 1:
Heather Nickerson, Executive Vice President & CFO – Red Five Privacy Labs LLC
Paul Kurtz, Co-Founder and CEO of Trustar

Session: Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain

10:45

Session 2:
Randy Jordan, Managing Director – Deloitte Financial Advisory Services
Larry Kivett, CPA, CFE Partner | Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory

Session: Fraud in the Supply Chain – Fraud/Analytics

11:45

Lunch Exhibits and Networking

Sponsored by:

1:00

Session 3:
Bill Mathis, Operational Security Specialist – Daimler North America

Session: Automotive Manufacturing Security

2:00

Afternoon Break – Refreshments and Networking

 

2:30

Session 4:
Rustin Tonn, Regional Human Resources Manager – Pitney Bowes

Session: Labor Shortages in the Supply Chain

3:30

Questions/Talkback: ISCPO Board

4:00

Network with Solution Providers

Thursday – Day Two: March 7, 2019

7:00 – 7:45

Breakfast

Sponsored by:

7:45

Opening Remarks and Re-cap of Day 1: Byron Smith – ISCPO

8:00


Session 5:
Moderator: Rod Fulenwider – D & L Protective Services

Panelists:
Glenn Master – Pitney Bowes
Howard Stone – Amazon
Bill Atwell – Neiman Marcus
and more to come

Panel Discussion: Global Fulfillment

9:00

Session 6:
Stephen F. Tracy, Title – USPIS

Session: Fentanyl, Opioid and Precursor Chemical Smuggling Schemes out of China

10:00

Morning Break – Coffee and Networking

 10:30

Session 7:
Gene Maddox III, Sr. Manager International Security – Corporate Security (HDQ) – American Airlines

Session: Ecommerce Partnerships

11:30

Session 8:
Terry L. Boling, President, Watchpoint
MJ Giorgi, VP of Development, Watchpoint

Session: Loss Prevention Vs. Loss Reaction: Utilizing Data and Controls to Impact Investigation

12:30 Closing Comments: Byron Smith – ISCPO
2:00 Off-Site

Amazon Fulfillment Center tour offered at the location:

2601 West Bethel Road Coppell, Texas 75019 (Map)

ISCPO Leadership Team

Byron Smith – Chairman Wes Bank – Vice Chairman Corey Tinsman – Treasurer
Rod Fulenwider Glenn Master John Cannon
Liz D’Aloia Wayne Hoover

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