Supply Chain Security

The mission of the Supply Chain Security Council is to enhance the security and resilience of global supply chains across various industries. This includes the development of strategies and technologies to mitigate risks associated with logistics, supplier networks, and cyber-physical systems.


  • Risk Identification: Identify and assess risks within global supply chains, from raw material acquisition to product delivery.

  • Security Frameworks: Develop comprehensive security frameworks to protect supply chains against disruptions, theft, cyberattacks, and other vulnerabilities.

  • Collaboration Enhancement: Foster collaboration among international stakeholders to standardize security practices and strengthen global supply chain resilience.

  • Innovation Promotion: Encourage the adoption of innovative technologies and practices that enhance supply chain security and efficiency.


  • Council Members: Composed of leaders from manufacturing, retail, logistics, cybersecurity, and risk management sectors.

  • Advisory Panel: Includes experts in supply chain management, cybersecurity, risk assessment, and regulatory compliance who provide specialized insights.

  • Partnership Networks: Collaborates with industry consortia, technology providers, and regulatory bodies to enhance global supply chain security initiatives.


  • Strategic Planning: Develop strategic plans to safeguard supply chains against current and emerging threats, aligning with global security standards.

  • Policy Advocacy: Advocate for robust supply chain security policies at both national and international levels.

  • Stakeholder Coordination: Coordinate among supply chain stakeholders to ensure seamless security practices across all stages of the supply chain.

  • Education and Training: Conduct educational programs and training workshops to raise awareness and improve the skills of supply chain professionals in security best practices.

  • Technology Integration: Oversee the integration of new technologies such as blockchain, IoT, and AI to secure supply chains and improve transparency.

  • Incident Response: Establish and maintain protocols for incident response specific to supply chain disruptions and security breaches.

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