On-Demand Webinar: Resilience in the Supply Chain

All organisations must manage risk and uncertainty. The challenge is in managing risk in a cost-effective fashion. Today, practically all companies are in a supply chain, and also operate with a range of dependencies and interdependencies.

Is your organisation doing everything it can to mitigate risk and disruption across your supply chain? Do you know the latest ASIS standards to accomplish this? Join PICS, ASIS, and CIPS for this informative webinar. It’s critical that organisations move away from the traditional “siloing” of risks to develop a holistic risk-based approach combining security, crisis, business continuity, and emergency management.

This webinar, based on ASIS standards, will cover how to anticipate, prevent, protect, mitigate, respond, and recover from potential disruptive events.

Key takeaways:
  • Asset protection and value creation across the supply chain
  • Understand the need for an integrated management systems approach
  • Address risk and eliminate silos
  • Develop a holistic approach to managing disruptive events

Featured Experts

Marc Siegel Photo.jpgDr. Marc Siegel 
Dr. Marc Siegel is the Commissioner heading the ASIS International Global Standards Initiative developing international and national risk management, resilience, security, and supply chain standards as provides training on their implementation. He is an internationally recognized Certified Business Improvement Lead Auditor and co-author of Organizational Resilience: Managing Risks of Disruptive Events – A Practitioner’s Guide.

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Mark Lamb, General Manager, CIPS Asia Pacific, is an experienced professional with considerable expertise in the areas of general management, financial services, insurance and risk management. Taking up the GM role at CIPS Australasia in October 2014, Mark is a results-oriented manager with a strong career record managing people and projects, and product and business initiatives while maintaining operating expenses. His CIPS Australasia role sees him bring his strong leadership skills and proven ability to motivate staff to achieve organisational goals by building consensus, driving change and managing multiple strategic objectives, for the benefit of our industry.  His role has since expanded to cover the Asia Pacific region.

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Rhys Bush is Regional Vice President for PICS Auditing. He is responsible for implementation of commercial and operational strategy, leading a multi-discipline, multi-lingual team. His focus is on development of blue-chip client relationships that add value to all supply chain stakeholders. Rhys has 20 years of experience in B2B consulting and SaaS technology within the supply chain risk management field.

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About Avetta 

Avetta (formerly PICS) provides a cloud-based supply chain risk management platform. Our global solution is uniquely designed to connect the world’s leading organizations with qualified suppliers, driving sustainable growth. Our SaaS subscription software is used by 50,000 active customers in 100 countries. We build trustworthy bonds through responsive technology and human insight. Our process is collaborative, and our global reach is complemented by our local expertise. Over 300 of the world’s biggest organizations depend on Avetta to align their supply chains to sustainable business practices. Discover more at

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About ASIS   
ASIS International is the leading organization for security professionals worldwide, with a global voice over 38,000 members through 234 Chapters. Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security interests.

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About CIPS
CIPS, the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, is the world’s largest organisation dedicated to the profession with a community of over 115,000 members across 150 countries. Holder of a Royal Charter, CIPS is a not-for profit organisation with the mission to advance global best practice in procurement and supply, for the public good.

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