Internal and external threats to the security of the Defense Supply Chain have triggered new requirements for government contractors and their suppliers. We’ll address this in two parts:
In Part 1, P. Steve Wheeler will present talk and discussion on what is this thing called “Insider Threat”. What do our customers expect and require and why? What are the fundamentals of an Insider Threat program and what does a good program look like? What are the counterintelligence challenges and threats we are facing along with some anecdotal case examples.
In Part 2, Susan Warshaw Ebner will talk about Supply Chain Risk Management. Why do we need to safeguard the supply chain? What new threats and emerging requirements need to be addressed by government contractors and their suppliers? Susan will discuss some steps that contractors should be taking to better manage and secure their supply chains in the face of these challenges.
***Wednesday, September 10th ***
Networking starts at 6:00 PM
Meeting starts at 6:30 PM
Event ends around 7:30 PM where there will be additional networking
****Be sure to RSVP by sending an email to both Mike Dietz and Jared Asplundh at firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com so we can get you pre-registered.
Dress is business casual or business attire. Guests and potential interested NDIA members are welcome.
Location: *** Note: Food and Refreshments (for a light dinner) will be provided!
Texas A&M Law Conference Center
1515 Commerce St,
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Park in the Howdy Lot, which is between 14th and 15th Street. Then walk across Calhoun to the front of the building and enter on the Commerce Street side.
Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 770 180 539
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