The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) welcomes
Tom Meehan and Malcom Beckwith to its Board.
Dallas, TX (August 29, 2019) – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO.org) announced today two new additions to its Board of Directors: Tom Meehan – CSO & CISO of CONTROLTEK USA and Malcom Beckwith – Safety/Loss Prevention Manager of Tuesday Morning.
Tom Meehan, CFI is a leading loss prevention expert in all things cybersecurity and information technology. He is the chief strategy officer and chief information security officer at CONTROLTEK, the retail technology editor at Loss Prevention Magazine and the co-host of the Loss Prevention Research Council podcast CrimeScience. His industry influence is also present through his roles as Sr. Technology Advisor, board member and Innovation Team Chair with the Loss Prevention Research Council.
Tom is also the author of “Evolution of Retail Asset Protection: Protecting your Profit in a Digital Age” which uncovers traditional loss prevention and asset protection are responded to shifting retail environments and how technology and innovation are changing everything, while some methods can’t keep up.
Prior to joining CONTROLTEK Tom was director of technology and investigations with Bloomingdale’s, where he was responsible for physical security, internal investigations, asset protection systems and data analytics. Prior to his 13-year tenure at Bloomingdale’s, he worked for Home Depot in loss prevention, and has had various technology, loss prevention, and operational roles at several other companies.
ISCPO Chairman, Byron Smith says, “The ISCPO is excited to have Tom Meehan join our Board of Directors with his expertise in loss prevention and technology. The members and the supply chain security industry will benefit for Tom’s knowledge.”
Also joining the ISCPO Board is Malcolm Beckwith, who has an extensive background as a loss prevention executive. He currently works for Tuesday Morning as the Safety/Loss Prevention Manager. Previously, he worked for Ross stores as the Director of Loss Prevention for the supply chain network. He also served as the Regional Loss Prevention Director for Ross Stores.
Prior to his tenure at Ross Stores Malcolm served as the Director of Loss Prevention for Sears Stores and as the Assistant Vice President Loss Prevention for Marshalls/TJ Maxx stores where he was responsible for all Marshalls stores and distribution centers located throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
Lastly, he served as CEO/President of Beckwith and Associates Executive Search. Malcolm has previously served on the executive board of directors for the Northeast Boys Scouts of America and the Boys and Girls Club of MetroWest New England. Throughout his career Malcolm has been profiled in many diversity articles that included the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Evansville Courier, and the Loss Prevention Magazine.
ISCPO Chair, Smith adds, “Malcom brings extensive experience in supply chain operations and security. His institutional knowledge in retail supply chain will assist the ISCPO as we enhance our collaborative approach in supply chain security.”
For more information about the ISCPO and its Board: https://www.iscpo.org/site/leadership
About the International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO):
The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) is a non-profit professional organization that connects members from across a wide array of sectors—from manufacturing, retail/wholesale/eCommerce, and distribution to risk management, law enforcement/legal, and logistics. The organization was created in 2014 to promote, educate, and advocate supply chain security and protection through building strong networks and delivering exceptional leadership training, board representation, and industry support. ISCPO.org
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