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Date(s) - 05/28/20
2:00 pm - 2:40 pm

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Supply Chain Risk: Learning from and Looking Beyond COVID-19

COVID-19 has shocked the global supply network, exposed major gaps, and will leave a long tail of complex challenges despite “recovery”. What can we learn from those who manage supply and logistics for mission-critical organizations? How were they already adjusting to an increasingly complex world before COVID-19?. In this session special guest, Tina Kuhn of CyberCore Technologies will share some of CyberCore’s experiences; as well as their new tool designed to help you identify hidden risks among your suppliers in “World 2.0”. This is the third webinar in the Maryland Innovation Center series hosted by Ryan Miller of Critical Functions to help companies address risk, build resiliency, and achieve their objectives.

Meet our Speakers

Tina Kuhn is President and CEO of CyberCore Technologies, located in Elkridge, Maryland, and provides Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management, logistics and cyber testing, and mission services for government and commercial customers. Tina has more than 35 years of demonstrated success spanning the cybersecurity, defense, intelligence, and government and commercial industries. She has extensive and deep experience in organizational transformations and growth strategies. Tina has been a PMP since 2003, is a member of the Silver Spring PMI chapter, and was selected by WashingtonExec as a “25 Leaders in Government Contracting You Should Know About”.

Ryan Miller is the founder and principal of Critical Functions, an operational risk and resilience advisory firm that helps organizations protect their critical business functions from disruption and disaster. Ryan previously served as the appointed Emergency Management Director for Howard County, MD. During his tenure, Ryan managed numerous emergencies and disasters and was most recently managed the back-to-back disastrous flash floods in Ellicott City, Maryland. Ryan is an Associate in Risk Management (ARM-E), holds business continuity planning and audit certifications, and serves on the Governor of Maryland’s Emergency Management Advisory Committee.

Registration will close on May 28 at noon. To secure your registration, click here.

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