Agenda: Keep Watch*

Thursday, May 9

All sessions will take place in the Carmen Miranda Ballroom.

7:00AM – 8:00AM

REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

8:00AM – 9:00AM

A Global Security Update

A global economy calls for global facilities, and a large manufacturing organization is likely to have multiple offices, factories, and suppliers spread across several continents. But with high-profile terror attacks hitting the news more frequently, how do you keep your personnel safe? Companies could be held accountable to a standard that didn’t exist when previous plans were put into place. Join, Kristen Adams, Analyst, East & Southern Africa at Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), as she advises attendees about the current global threats that should be considered as risk factors for your business operations and employee safety.

 
Kristen Adams Analyst, East & Southern Africa Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)

Kristen Adams
Analyst, East & Southern Africa Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)

 

9:00AM – 10:00AM

International Industrial Security Operations in Mexico

Hear from Trinity Industries’ John Martin, Vice President, Corporate Security, and Wade Chapple, Director of Security, Mexico, as they touch on a spectrum of topics related to security operations in Mexico, including facility and supply-chain security, crimes committed against the company’s interest, protection of Trinity’s personnel, operational intelligence, and the critical nature of relationships with host country public safety officials.

 
Wade Chapple Director of Security, Mexico Trinity Industries

Wade Chapple
Director of Security, Mexico
Trinity Industries

John Martin Vice President, Corporate Security Trinity Industries

John Martin
Vice President, Corporate Security
Trinity Industries

 

10:00AM – 10:30AM

BREAK

10:30AM – 11:30AM

Active Shooter Preparedness Training: Why Being Ready Can Save Lives

Ball Corporation’s corporate security team is partnering with the American Red Cross to provide Active Shooter Preparedness enterprise training for employees. In this session, attendees will hear from Pete Short, Director, Corporate Security, Ball Corporation, to learn how to prevent and survive active shooter events. The primary aim is to empower, not terrify, participants as they learn critical skills in identifying signs of potentially violent behavior, increasing levels of awareness and choosing the best action in an active shooter situation.

The core elements of RUN, HIDE, FIGHT are presented in a way to recognize increased behavioral awareness, which leads to greater preparedness if an active threat happens. Being ready can save lives! At the conclusion of the active shooter preparedness training, an overview of American Red Cross Stop the Bleed training will focus on how to respond to life threatening bleeding, whether it occurs in the home, at work or during a mass casualty incident.

 
Pete Short Director, Corporate Security Ball Corporation

Pete Short
Director, Corporate Security
Ball Corporation

11:30AM – 12:15PM

DSAC and the Public-Private Partnership

Hear from Sam Johnson and Dave Fernicola, special agents of the FBI's Miami field office, as they discuss the Domestic Security Alliance Council and the ways in which the agency is partnering with the private sector companies to strengthen security against impending threats. In addition to DSAC, Sam and Dave will lead a threat awareness briefing, specifically focusing on threats in China.

12:15PM – 1:15PM

Lunch

1:15PM – 2:15PM

Synergies Between a Modern Physical and Cybersecurity Codependency

Just like a TV crossover episode, cybersecurity and industrial physical security consistently overlap in a myriad of ways. Both aspects of security coexist to protect people and assets while reducing and shining a spotlight on risks. The question is — how do the two divisions effectively collaborate to support the company and keep the C-suite informed about both physical and digital threats? Join Fred Hobbs, Cybersecurity Director and Nuvera IT Manager at Hyster-Yale Group, as he details the team approach his company takes to protecting the enterprise from all angles.

Fred Hobbs Cybersecurity Director and Nuvera IT Manager Hyster-Yale Group

Fred Hobbs
Cybersecurity Director and Nuvera IT Manager
Hyster-Yale Group

 

2:15PM – 3:15PM

International IP Security Operations in China

 
Tim Williams Global Security Manager Corning

Tim Williams
Global Security Manager
Corning

 

3:15PM – 3:30PM

BREAK

3:30PM – 4:30PM

Ignite Session

Join fellow manufacturing leaders in the security space to discuss the issues important to you. Have candid conversations with peers to help you solve your most pressing challenges. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide suggestions for discussion topic.

Networking Reception

4:30PM – 6:00PM

 

Friday, May 10

7:00AM – 8:00AM

BREAKFAST

8:00AM – 9:00AM

securing the future of manufacturing

In today’s connected world, the convergence of IT and OT are inevitable. The merging of the cyber and physical world continues to pressure manufacturers to work faster and smarter while keeping legacy and modern systems secure. In fact, Gartner predicts that OT security spend by customers will range from $8 billion to $14 billion by 2022.

During this session, Rick Peters of Fortinet will explore the top trends impacting today’s manufacturers including IT and OT convergence, manufacturing-as-a-service, connected intelligent manufacturing and workforce dynamics. In light of Industry 4.0, he’ll examine three key ingredients needed in your cybersecurity strategy - visibility, control, and behavioral analytics – and their impact on the future of your business.

 
Rick Peters Director of Operational Technology Global Enablement Fortinet

Rick Peters
Director of Operational Technology Global Enablement
Fortinet

 

9:00AM – 10:00AM

Protecting the Supply Chain: CTPAT and Border Security

The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is a Customs and Border Protection program designed to increase supply chain and border security. Achieving and maintaining certification can be a complex process and new, stricter minimum security requirements are forthcoming. During this session, Tony will provide an overview of CTPAT, the benefits of CTPAT certification, and the differences between the current and forthcoming requirements. Attendees will hear from Tony Pelli, Supply Chain Risk Consultant, Supply Chain Services and Solutions at BSI Group, to learn how to showcase the value and benefits of CTPAT certification to leadership and how to assess the supply chain to begin the certification process.

 
Tony Pelli Supply Chain Risk Consultant, Supply Chain Services and Solutions, BSI Group

Tony Pelli
Supply Chain Risk Consultant, Supply Chain Services and Solutions, BSI Group

 

10:00AM – 10:30AM

Break

10:30AM – 11:30AM

Social Activism and Crisis Management: Sonoco Case Study

Join us as a MAPI member company advises its peers on addressing social activism that threatens the corporation’s brand. Listen as Jason Thompson, Corporate Security Manager, Sonoco Products Company, discusses security concerns related to facilities and employees during a crisis.

 
Jason Thompson Corporate Security Manager Sonoco Products Company

Jason Thompson
Corporate Security Manager Sonoco Products Company

 

11:30AM – 12:30PM

LUNCH

12:30PM – 1:30PM

Preparing for International Kidnappings and Extortion

What are the necessary steps and procedures when an employee is kidnapped outside of U.S. soil? How can a company distinguish between true danger or a virtual ransom scam? Hear from Frank Pedrozo, Senior Vice President, Operations at The Ackerman Group, as he advises attendees on the three tiers of action in these situations. He’ll detail what needs to be addressed on the corporate level within the crisis management teams, how to instruct and inform the employees on the ground in the country of incident, and lastly, the proper steps in communicating with the hostage’s family.

1:30PM – 2:30PM

Duty of Care: Corporate Responsibility to Employees

Duty of Care refers to the moral and legal obligations of employers to their employees, contractors, volunteers and related family members in maintaining their well-being, security and safety when working, posted on international assignments or working in remote areas of their home country. Join Erika Weisbrod of International SOS and Control Risks as she discusses ways to help mitigate health or security risks, and manage any costs associated with those risks.

 
Erika Weisbrod Director of Security Solutions International SOS and Control Risks

Erika Weisbrod
Director of Security Solutions
International SOS and Control Risks

 

*Agenda subject to change.