When companies think about security, they most often think of securing their networks, software, and digital assets against cyber attacks and data breaches. But the supply chain - whether a traditional manufacturer or service provider's supply chain or the "data supply chain" relied on by most large companies - is also vulnerable to security risks, as has been seen in a litany of major data breaches via third parties.
Practically every company has a place in the supply chain, and supply chains are evolving to be as much about the flow of information as they are about the flow of goods and services. Thus, it comes as no surprise that supply chain security is a highly complex, evolving function, and it's one that security pros and business executives are giving more attention as the risks facing information throughout the supply chain become increasingly obvious.
In this special one hour webinar, those industry experts will share their insights and most objective views on the topic.
Confirmed speakers include:
Prices include access to the live webinar, the possibility to ask questions directly to the speakers (during and after the presentations), and the webinar recording.
No sure if you can attend the live session? No problem, just buy the "recording only" package and you can listen to the recorded session at any time after the live event.
Why Attend this Webinar?
The webinar series were developed to address the need for continuing education of supply chain, supply chain security and cyber security professionals across Asia and internationally.
Presenters for these webinars will be industry professionals who are selected for their expertise and experience in Asia. They will be sharing their knowledge and best practices in the sphere of cybersecurity in the supply chain and cover the latest and most critical issues surrounding Asia's supply chain in a vendor neutral manner.
Topics of discussion will include:
- The Weakest Link: Cyber-Security Risks in the Supply Chain by Dmitri M A Hubbard, Cyber Security Expert, Bridger Strategic Intelligence
- Cyber Incidents by the Numbers – An Insurance Perspective by John DePeters, Regional Cyber Underwriter APAC, Chubb
- Indirect Supply Chain Threats by Michael Sechrist, Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
Who Should Attend?
Since cybersecurity in the supply chain cannot be viewed as an IT problem anymore, anybody involved with global sourcing, vendor management, supply chain continuity and quality, logistics/transportation and global freight management should attend.
Share Your Experience & Insights - It's Easy!
If you wish to share your knowledge or experience on this topic, come forward to become a speaker at this webinar.
The ideal webinar speaker is:
- Experienced and comfortable speaking about procurement, sourcing, logistics or supply chain in Asia,
- Enthusiastic about sharing experience, expertise and knowledge with other supply chain professionals,
- Open to partner with us to deliver the most up-to-date information about complex topics, and
- Willing to help spread the word about the webinar with his/her network.
Those low-cost paid webinars will be organized at 1pm Hong Kong time and last around 50-60 minutes with a live chat Q&A live arranged towards the end.
For each webinar, 2-3 speakers will be carefully selected and be invited to speak for 10-12 min each (you can speak from anywhere as long as you have access to a good broadband connection).
All webinars will be heavily promoted by e-mail to a database of 100,000 executives, via our websites on our newly launched webinar platform, GSCC website and Supply Chains Magazine, as well as on social media platforms (Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, WeChat, etc.).
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How many attendees will be at the webinar?
This varies for each webinar, generally from 50 to 150 depending of the theme, time of the year and the speakers.
How do I find details on the topics and speakers?
You can always check out the most up-to-date version on the event page. Here you can see session descriptions as well as bios and photos for the confirmed speakers and panelists.
Are all the speakers confirmed for the webinar?
Circumstances beyond the control of the organizer may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such, we reserve the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any speaker of schedule substitutions or alterations will be updated on our event page as soon as possible.
When should I pay for the event?
Once you have followed the registration link, we require full payment before the event. Payment can be done using credit cards using Paypal platform.
Can I receive a copy of the presentations?
As a general rule, we don't provide the presentations to any delegates and leave up to the speakers to decide if they wish to provide a copy of their presentation. Please ask them during the webinar.
What happens if the event get postponed?
In the event that we postpone the event, you will be able to keep your registration for the next date. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled event, you are welcome to send a substitute delegate, free of charge.
For more information on the terms and conditions of attending our events, read here.