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Market Differentiation and Competitive Advantage through Supply Chain Security Standards

DISCUSSION PANEL - Supply Chain

Monday, 8 December
15:45-16:35
Breakout 3

Companies traditionally find it challenging to justify security-related investments because they focus largely on the direct expenses and not on the collateral benefits (e.g., supply chain efficiency). This presentation will highlight the key vulnerabilities of supply chains and how improving security can bring additional benefits as follows:
• Leveraging Supply Chain Security Management as the defining factor in effective supply chain security
• Mapping supply chain vulnerability and risk appetite across enterprise
• Ensuring that supply chain risk management strategies offer competitive advantages
• Creating improved transparency between supply chain partners for improved service delivery

Presented by: Max Goh, Managing Director, LSA Consultants Pte Ltd, Singapore

Max Goh is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of LSA Consultants Pte Ltd, a security consulting firm specialising in Organisation Resilience. Prior to setting up LSA Consultants, Max was the Chief Security Officer for the YCH Group, responsible for the development, implementation and management of supply chain security strategies. He also headed the implementation and subsequent certification of YCH Group as the first company in the world to achieve ISO 28000:2007 (an international supply chain security standard) in the Logistics and SCM industry. Max has a MBA from the University of Western Australia and a Master in Security Management from the Edith Cowan University. He sits on the SPRING Singapore National Working Group on Supply Chain Security.