Day One Re-Cap: #ISCPO2019 –

ISCPO  2019 is Now in Session!

After a great evening of food, drink and live music at the cocktail meet and greet, Chairman Byron Smith kicked off day one with opening remarks,  thanking the solution providers and attendees for joining the 2019 conference. He addressed where the organization is heading in 2019, with a focus on eCommerce Security.

Watch for future webinars and podcasts. Byron took time to thank former Chairman Rod Fulenwider for his leadership during the past two years and he was recognized with the ISCPO Award of Excellence.  Rod also surprised the audience by presenting Smith with the 2018 Chairman’s Award with the assistance of his direct supervisor Art Lazo, 7-Eleven’s VP of Asset Protection.

Speaker Round-Ups:

Keynote Speaker, Albert Shen make a big impact, sharing with the attendees the Mobility Revolution, Smart Cities & Global Perspectives. Our next speakers Heather Nickerson with Red Five Privacy Labs and Paul Kurtz with Tru-Star addressed Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain. Larry Kivett with Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory shared Fraud in the Supply Chain – Fraud/Analytics. Bill Mathis, the Operational Security Specialist with Daimler North America presentedAutomotive Manufacturing Security. Our final session, Labor Shortages in the Supply Chain was shared by Rustin Tonn, Regional Human Resources Manager with Pitney Bowes.

Special Donation

The ISCPO present the Loss Prevention Foundation with a donation of $2,000.00 for the Loss Prevention Benevolent Fund.  Find out more about the program.

Thanks to our Sponsors

We thank all our participating sponsors for coming out to educate and network with the attendees.