Corporate Crisis and Security Forum

There’s no question that 2017 provides ample fodder for discussion – whether it’s hurricanes or soft targets, the security chatter has increased exponentially and will only continue. Increasing security and investments is a natural answer to these scenarios – but what about your team? Security professionals are being pulled into all facets of an organization. While a law enforcement background is always a strong start it is becoming more and more apparent that it’s the business acumen that seems to drive successful security teams. It’s the person who understands the industry and the unique security needs its organization faces that will provide the most value to your company.

This full-day session will explore crisis management and corporate security specific to the manufacturing sector through practical insights, peer-led case studies, and open discussions on best practices in business continuity planning. Hear from your peers on business preparedness, resilience, and lessons learned from real-life experiences managing crises, corporate security, and black swan events.

Our 2017 agenda featured speakers from Pillsbury, Stanley Black & Decker, Parker Hannifin, Sonoco, and Levick Communications on topics including understanding cyber threats, ten best practices in crisis management, and when crisis is a tweet away.


Wednesday, February 7, 2018

8:00 AM–4:30 PM

Hilton Miami Airport
5101 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, FL 33126

Who Should Attend?

  • Executives who develop and implement business continuity programs, including EHS, risk management, internal audit, and legal
  • Executives in charge of corporate crisis management, including those who have quality, supply chain, and communications responsibilities
  • Heads of corporate security or those tasked with overseeing physical and employee security, including executives in EHS, risk management, and operations

Convince Your Boss

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What Makes MAPI Forums Different?

Dynamic discussions

We offer rich dialogue on the issues that matter to you. We deliver actionable insights you can bring back to your company and implement. 

Peer to peer sharing 

Almost all of the content is delivered by your peers at global manufacturers, candidly sharing their challenges, best practices, and solutions.

Balance of strategy and utility

Our forums deliver great content around strategy and peer-tested frameworks for putting those methods into action.