The buzz at recent conferences was unanimous. Securing and protecting a company’s brand, people, and goods and services has never been more crucial to survival. Global threats, cyber security, and omnichannel distribution are disrupting and transforming our industry. As LP and security professionals are we ready for it? Will our voice be heard in the C-suite?
Join us on March 3-5, 2020 in Dallas, TX for two days of education, networking, and collaboration.
Here’s why you can’t afford to miss ISCPO 2020:
ISCPO 2020 is not like other industry conferences that focus on one or just a few aspects of security, such as retail. LP can no longer be siloed given that risk is now everywhere within your organization and on a global level. The ISCPO is the ONLY professional organization that advocates security and risk management across the WHOLE supply chain.
You’ll hear from a variety of speakers within the private and public sectors who will share how their companies are adapting and innovating as well as the latest trends in supply chain security, industry theft, global trends, and investigation. You’ll learn from industry veterans on how to formalize LP strategies, implement cost-saving programs and drive change and get C-level buy-in.
You’ll discover and evaluate new vendors’ products and services that will take your team and company to the next level in security.
We keep our vendor floor at a manageable size so that you’re not wasting time walking through a maze of too many choices and unproven products. That’s why we only host the best-in-breed vendors.
Earn up to 16 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) towards your industry certificates of the LP Foundation’s LPC or LPQ and your Certified Forensic Interviewer certification (CFI).
Past attendees of our annual conference have said that its intimate and interactive 2-day agenda provides a fantastic medium to partner with peers on business trend and to keep their fingers on the pulse.”At ISCPO’s conference, I met a lot of people and vendors that sparked new ideas along with hearing about cases on a federal level that affect my business. Having this knowledge and bringing it home to my team enables me and my organization to stay current.”- Aaron Henderson, Penske Logistics