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How to Setup Security Management for Managing Supply Chain Risks in the 21st Century

Managing security and risks in global supply chains in many cases requires accounting for and bridging the differences in culture, language, values and organizational behaviour. DPDHL with 480,000 employees in 220 countries worldwide realized early on that this will only be achievable with streamlined processes backed by an innovative cloud-based solution. We will demonstrate benefits of data-driven modern technologies to complement that effort. Through best practices demonstrated by DPDHL’s Security team and customers, the session will highlight insights that can be gleaned through risk assessments and incident monitoring. Further, it will show how such information can protect a company’s supply chain, employees and customers.

Presented by: Frank Ewald, Head of Corporate Security, Deutsche Post DHL, Germany, and
Tobias Larsson, Director, DHL Innovation Center - DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation, Germany

Frank Ewald is the Head of Corporate Security at Deutsche Post DHL. Prior to this he held different positions in the Corporate Security departments of Daimler Chrysler, John Deere and Deutsche Bank. He served as commissioned officer in the German military Special Forces (KSK). He holds a Master degree in Political Sciences and Commercial Law (LL.M.com). He is a Board member of both, the ASIS International CSO Roundtable, and the Association of Industrial Security Northrhine-Westfalia.