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CTPAT’s New Minimum Security Criteria – How to adapt to the changes

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET

About this event

CTPAT-certified companies are working to comply with the new minimum security criteria that CTPAT laid out last year. As CBP begins to validate and re-validate companies against the new criteria, it’s important to understand the new areas incorporated into the requirements.

BSI has extensive experience helping companies gain and maintain certification, and helped the CTPAT program develop the new criteria being used. This online review will explore the unique perspective our experts can provide on how the new criteria are likely to be evaluated and best practices for meeting and exceeding these new CTPAT requirements.

This webinar will provide information on the following topics:

  • Guidance for companies that are new to the program and don’t know where to start
  • Tips for companies whose supply chain security programs are more mature and where they can improve
  • A discussion on each of the major areas of the criteria, with a special focus on the following new areas:
    • Security Vision and Responsibility
    • Cybersecurity
    • Agricultural Security

Tony Pelli, Practice Director, Security and Resilience, is an experienced supply chain risk consultant with a broad range of skill sets, including experience conducting end-to-end supply chain assessments for clients and their supply chain partners. Tony has designed loss prevention and physical security assessments for Fortune 500 clients, and assisted in the design and implementation of supply chain security plans. | Connect on LinkedIn

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