2017 Conference

ISCPO’s 4th Annual Conference is Back and Better than Ever!

Once again we’re bringing together loss prevention, security, and protection professionals working in the global supply chain for a two-day jam packed event. You’ll hear from industry veterans and get the latest trends in supply chain security, industry theft, global trends, and investigation. Don’t miss this opportunity to network and catch up with industry peers and thought-leaders. There will be a wide range of speakers from both private sector and public law enforcement who’ll discuss issues currently affecting the global supply chain. You’ll come away with the knowledge and tools needed to stay ahead of the curve, to anticipate disruption, and to prevent loss.

Who Should Attend?

Professionals responsible for protecting and securing goods and services within the supply chain.
 

Individuals in Public sector and law enforcement.
 

A vendor in transportation, asset protection, and loss prevention.
 

Last year, we had 175 attendees and the feedback was tremendous. Check out these keynote presentations from last year’s conference.

The Future is NOW in Supply Chain Security

This year's conference will take a deep dive into innovation and the changing landscape of LP and supply chain security. We're all hearing about retail's challenges and its significant impact on the global supply chain. Global threats, cybersecurity, and omnichannel distribution are also disrupting and transforming our industry. As LP and security professionals are we ready for it? Will our voice be heard in the C-suite? 

In today's world, securing and protecting your company's brand, people, and goods and services has never been more crucial to survival. The lines are blurred and LP professionals have the opportunity to lead and be accountable for this integral function within their organization.

Our speakers will share how their companies are adapting and innovating. You'll learn how to formalize LP strategies, implement cost-saving programs and drive change and get C-level buy-in.
 

How to Register

Choose from the following three options to register!

It’s not too late to become a member to enjoy our special member conference rate. Your $125 annual membership not only supports the ISCPO, it’s your direct connection to an ever-expanding network of like-minded professionals. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to shape the mandates and advance the needs of the industry, and your role in it!

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Individual Registration (non-member) $175

Individual MEMBER Registration $140
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Corporate Group of 3 or more attendees (15% discount/person) $150

Want to Sponsor & Exhibit at the Conference?

We have limited, exclusive opportunities for leading industry vendors to introduce their brand to attendees, many of whom are are hard to reach decision-makers and executives. It’s a great way to show your support of the ISCPO and to reach a targeted audience of hundreds of potential customers.

Contact info@iscpo.org for rates or learn about becoming an ISCPO Preferred Vendor Partner.

Conference Itinerary

2017 ISCPO Conference Agenda

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Pre-Conference Cocktail Reception: 7pm September 11, 2017

Monday Night Football sponsored by:
Metro One Loss Prevention Services Group

 

Day One: September 12, 2017

7:30 – 8:30 am Registration Open and Continental Breakfast*

Sponsored By:     

8:30 am Opening Comments: Rod Fulenwider, Chairman ISCPO
9:00 – 10:15 am Keynote:

Post Purchase Experience – A New Frontier

Stuart Spiegel, CMO Newgistics

The e-commerce consumer journey doesn’t end after it reaches the consumer’s doorstep.  In the case of e-commerce returns, data transparency is key in providing a positive post purchase experience for consumers. Stuart will outline a 360 degree view on the importance of e-commerce operational transparency that benefits both retailers and consumers.

Stuart Spiegel

Stuart Spiegel serves as Newgistics’ Chief Marketing Officer where he provides executive leadership for all of the company’s marketing and product development initiatives to help retailers and brands understand how they can make the most of every possible customer touchpoint.He has over 30 years of expertise in merchandising, marketing and operations, blending traditional retailing and wholesaling with cutting-edge technology and ecommerce expertise to build solid digital environments and business strategies. Prior to Newgistics, Spiegel was principal at the digital and business consultancy, Spiegel Partners LLC. He also held positions as Chief Digital and Marketing Officer at ghd (good hair day) and Vice President of Digital Commerce at Converse (a Nike company). Earlier in his career, Spiegel was responsible for developing the user experience, merchandise model, and marketing campaigns to launch QVC’s online business, which became the first general department store on the web.

10:15-10:30 am Morning Break – Coffee and Networking

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10:30 – 11:45 am Session 1:

Interviewing Suspects as Part of a Supply Chain Investigation

Wayne Hoover, Partner Wicklander-Zulawski

In this interactive presentation, the attendees will work a case involving a truck driver suspected of stealing merchandise from his deliveries.  From the case facts and game planning to implementation of the game plan with the final portion being the video of the subject under investigation.  Sounds easy, right?  But wait, the subject gives the case some curveballs that will have to be dealt with during the conversation.

L. Wayne Hoover, CFI ® , is Senior Partner of Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates, Inc. (WZ) and the International Association of Interviewers (IAI), a company affiliated with WZ, as well as Vice President of Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI ® ) Programming. IAI provides the certification process for qualified Interviewers and Interrogators to become a CFI ® . He is a Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI ® ) and a member of the CFI ® Advisory Board, Senior Editor and Publisher for the CFInsider Journal as well as a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators Trainers Association (ILEETA).

11:45 am

ISCPO Carrier Audit Committee Briefing:

Gary Hutchinson (The GAP) & Lauren Hagedorn (Abercrombie)

12 noon Lunch* – Exhibits and Networking

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12:45 – 1:45 pm Session 2:

Understanding Risk on a Global Level

Tim Spelts, Director of Global Security Risk Management, Protective Services and Investigations Hitachi Consulting

1:45 – 2:45 pm Session 3:

Terrorism Within the Global Supply Chain

Brett Leatherman, FBI

Brett Leatherman, a seasoned public-sector veteran, will focus both on cyber threats as well physical terrorism threats to the supply chain. As new technology is developed and deployed in critical infrastructure, and amongst logistical systems, the efficiency it provides also opens the door to adversaries near and far. He will examine the threat actors to the supply chain/critical infrastructure environment and the emerging ways those actors are exploiting the technology we rely on. Those threat actors include criminals, nation states, and terrorists, all of whom have different motivations and varying levels of sophistication. From a law enforcement and intelligence community perspective, he’ll discuss some fundamental ways organizations are missing the boat on securing their environments, and steps leaders can take to mitigate the threat.

 

2:45 pm Afternoon Break – Refreshments and Networking

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3:00 – 4:45 pm Session 4:

Utilizing Drones for Security in a Distribution Setting

Jeronimo Sosa, DHL Regional Security Head Latin America

Get ready to think out-of-the-box with the latest security technology. The warehouse of the future will inevitably house technologies that will not only help speed production and increase labor efficiency but also mitigate risk through advanced surveillance. Jeronimo will share his organization’s latest technology that uses drones for video surveillance; and, he’ll explain why innovation is so important to security and how technology can help business.

Jeronimo Sosa is DHL Supply Chain’s Senior Director & Regional Security Head for Latin America, based out of Mexico City. Jeronimo has several years tenure at DHL, moving through the ranks from Security Coordinator to his present role as Senior Director in charge of security for over 150 DHL Supply Chain facilities in Mexico and all of South America. Jeromino is well versed in leading complex supply chain security programs and innovation and brings a global perspective to protection and risk management. 

4:45 pm Questions/Talkback: ISCPO Board

Global Supply Chain Discussion

Day Two: September 13, 2017

7:30 – 8:00 am Continental Breakfast*
8:00 am Opening Comments:   Rod Fulenwider, Chairman ISCPO
8:15 – 9:30 am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 5:

Nestle’s Emergency Management Journey to Safety (Security in Sheep’s clothing)

Eric Davis-Fernald, Head of Security Nestle USA

In this session you’ll learn Nestle’s framework to enhanced security via internal branding.

An expert in security, safety, facilities management, human resources and law enforcement practices, Eric Davis-Fernald currently serves as Head of Security for NUSA Security at Nestlé, the world’s largest food and beverage company, responsible for risk mitigation at 40 plants, distribution centers and offices. He is also a partner at Davis-Fernald & Company, LLC based in Burbank, California, where he designs custom security awareness training programs developed for public-facing employees in all industries. He also consults on facility and security assessments and implementation of operational solutions for private educational institutions, theme parks, sports stadiums, and other iconic public venues. A highly respected professional in his field, numerous global companies have relied on Davis-Fernald’s adept vision to assess and recommend successful strategies for eliminating threats and vulnerabilities while discreetly protecting employees, partners, and guests.

9:30-10:30 am Session 6:

The Real Security Issues When Doing Business in Mexico

David Mozden, Regional Security Manager XPO Logistics

In this candid presentation, David Mozden will outline Mexico’s unique supply chain security issues and solutions to protecting cargo and assets. From warehouse surveillance to end-to-end freight tracking, he’ll share the top three things to secure shipments that mitigate risk.

David is Sr. Corporate Security Manager for XPO Logistics- Latin America. He has extensive experience in both public and private sector, including his former role as former Director of Security/ Loss Prevention, Safety and Business Continuity for Blockbuster Video.

10:30 – 10:45 am Morning Break – Coffee and Networking

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10:45 – 11:45 am Session 7:

We Must Be Ready – Managing Threats in a Dangerous World

Bill Besse, Vice President|Consulting, Investigations & International, Andrews International Inc.

In today’s world, there is no bigger risk than an unexpected crisis. In this session, industry veteran Bill Besse will share why every organization or enterprise should have a strategic Crisis Management program. Attendees will come away with a Crisis Communication roadmap that will mitigate risk and allow for effective business recovery.

Bill Besse is Vice President, Consulting & Investigations for Andrews International. He has conducted, coordinated and managed due diligence, background, internal control and other sensitive corporate investigations pertaining to acquisitions, joint venture partnerships, start-up research, philanthropic investments and senior manager/partner selection. In his current role, Bill has provided needs and site assessments, surveys, program evaluations, threat assessments, investigative consulting and risk analysis for numerous Fortune 500 clients in numerous domestic and international locales. Prior to joining the Andrews team, Bill was the Director, Corporate Security of Belo Corp., where he was responsible for Corporate Security strategy, planning and implementation on a global basis. Bill began his career as a Special Agent with the U. S. Military Intelligence Command where he was responsible for sensitive intelligence, counterintelligence, counterterrorism and protective assignments. His intelligence community training and experience have given him insight into protection from corporate and economic espionage, aggressive competitive intelligence collection, the protection of intellectual property and real world experience providing personal protective services.

11:45 – 12:30 pm Lunch* – Exhibits and Networking
12:30 – 1:30 pm Session 8:

Disaster Response & Working With Law Enforcement

Bill Temple, United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives (ATF)

Bell Temple has spent most of his high-profile career in a variety of law enforcement, investigation, and leadership roles within the Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives (ATF).

1:45 – 2:45 am Session 9:

USPS and Its Role with Ecommerce

Amanda McMurrey, U.S. Postal Service

In 1995, Amanda McMurrey was appointed a U.S. Postal Inspector and has been happy to serve her entire career in the great State of Texas. Amanda has worked numerous complex investigations under the jurisdiction of the specialized law enforcement agency that protects both the US Postal Service and the American public. Twenty-two years of experience has brought her a variety of cases, including Mail Fraud, Workplace Violence, Narcotics and Dangerous Mail investigations. Amanda currently serves as the division’s Public Information Officer and Congressional Liaison but is also entrusted with various special projects covering the security of the U.S. Postal Service.

3:00 – 3:30 pm Closing Comments:   Rod Fulenwider, Chairman ISCPO

*Breakfast & Lunch Included with Registration

Location & Where to Stay

Curtis Culwell Conference Center

The Conference wil be held just outside Dallas at the Curtis Culwell Conference Center, Garland, Texas
Map: www.curtisculwellcenter.com

Hotel Recommendations: Hyatt Place, 5101 N. President George Bush Hwy, Garland, Texas 75040 972-414-3500
Use the link above or ask for the ISCPO special conference rate: $95.00 (30% off regular rate $133.00)

 

 

 

  Past attendees have said...

“At ISCPO’s 2016 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

 

“The ISCPO conference is a great resource for Off Duty Services. The active discussion between industry professionals helps us better align our resources to assist our customers' evolving challenges. The leadership at ISCPO also puts a great emphasis on bridging the gap between law enforcement and the private sector, which supports the core values of ODS.”

Ryan Griffin, Off Duty Services