Partnering with Universities to Enhance Supply Chain Security Program

April 26, 2023

Universities have diverse resource capabilities that can be utilized and leveraged to assist companies to enhance the security, robustness, and resilience of supply chain systems. This presentation and Q&A seek to explore how TAPA members can contact universities and understand how to develop working relationships to address broad or specific, targeted concerns.

Reg P. Parker, Assistant Professor of Corporate Security and Chair, Global Business and Supply Chain Management Program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, AZ (Download Presentation PDF)

Nikos Passas, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Co-Director of Center for Security and Public Policy, Northeastern University, Boston, MA (Download Presentation PDF)

Emerging Technology Trends: Asset & Cargo Theft Protection

(August 03, 2022) 

We are pleased to bring this special webinar discussion on emerging technology in the area of supply chain security and cargo theft. Greg Haber, President, CEO, and Chief Innovation Officer of BABACO will share his expertise, take questions, and explore innovations in locks, alarms, and cargo tracking. The presentation will focus on the following topics: (1) Enhanced Metals & Resisting Common Locking System Breach Methods; (2) Tracking & Monitoring Solutions Resistant to GPS Jamming Technology; (3) Digitizing Bills of Lading, Proof of Delivery, Gate Activity & Other Key Data; and (4) Electronic Locks and Keys and Related Impacts on Security, Investigation & Compliance. (Download Presentation PDF)

Impacts of Third-Party Cyber Security on a Supply Chain

(March 30, 2022) 

In this webinar, our presenters will discuss the effect that a vendor’s cyber security can have on an organization’s supply chain security. We will include a review and analysis of recent events and discussions of mitigation measures and best practices.

Learning Objectives of the Presentation: (1) Create a greater awareness of the direct effect of a vendor’s cyber security on your organization. (2) Understand the importance of incorporating cyber security into, or as separate due diligence for suppliers. (3) Develop an understanding of the use of the TAPA Cyber Security standards and how they can be used.