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Managing Supply Chain Security with ISO 28000 and ISO 28001

Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET

Your Host: BSI Group America

About this event

While supply chain security has been addressed in standards -- ISO 28000 and ISO 28001 -- its relevance seems to increase day-by-day. Organizations and governments around the globe have recognized the reliance on security and the need for implementing best practices, and together they drove the foundation of these business standards.

These supply chain security management standards address security by focusing on potential risk factors. These risks can come from the breadth of the supply chain, which can include vendors, manufacturing facilities, logistics providers, internal distribution centers, distributors, wholesalers, and more, or security of the physical, tenderable goods – items or materials that, upon placement of a purchase order, are manufactured, processed, handled, or transported within the supply chain for usage or consumption by the purchaser. Whether the concern stems from counterfeited parts, the introduction of contrabands, or unauthorized components in the product, the security of the supply chain must be thoroughly addressed.

In this webinar, BSI’s Global Head of Information Security, Privacy and Business Continuity, Willy Fabritius, shares his perspectives on how organizations can better manage their supply chain security, and benefit from using ISO 28000 and ISO 28001.

Register now to reserve your seat for Tuesday, July 13, at 2:00-3:00PM ET.

About the Presenters

Willy Fabritius is BSI’s Global Head for Information Security, Privacy, and Business Continuity. He is a certified Lead Auditor for ISO 9001 and has over 20 years of experience with management system implementation and certification. Willy is also a Lead Auditor for ISO 22301 and ISO/IEC 27001, and has a Master’s degree in Computer Science/Computer Technology.

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