Presentations on Cyber Security Risk Management, Market Disruptions, and Compliance Requirements

Atlanta, GA - The Orlando Regional Series turns the spotlight on the military sector with an information-packed evening of networking and analysis, so gather the troops and register today for the November 9th event at the Omni Orlando Championsgate.

Here's the five-star line up:

Joe Budzyn, Vice President and Senior Technology Product Manager for OneBeacon Technology Insurance will share information about this growing threat to our businesses from cyber attack. From hacking and phishing to outright theft and vandalism, learn from this expert on how to prevent and protect business loss disruptions across defense equipment and services.

Mark Bobbi, Principal Analyst on Aviation for IHSMarkit Aerospace, Defense, and Security conducts analyses of commercial and military aircraft, aircraft engines, and power generation markets and is responsible for IHSMarkit Market Forecasts’ Commercial Aircraft Database. Mark will share information on potential disruptions to this important market segment.

Teresa Wardingley, Director of Southeast Material Acquisition Center (SEMAC), Lockheed Martin will discuss compliance requirements and the issues faced in securing the supply chain and controlling counterfeit activity.Teresa works from the Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control facility in Orlando, Florida, with procurement responsibility of over $850 million annually and management responsibility of more than 80 procurement employees.

"These three presentations offer the Orlando regional ECIA members cogent and critical industry specific business intelligence to aid their forward looking strategic planning," explained Debbie Conyers, ECIA vice president of member engagement. "The meeting is scheduled for the day after the election, but we hope local area members and editors will have recovered from this intense political season and are ready to get back to business," she quipped.

About ECIA

The Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA) is made up of the leading electronic component manufacturers, their manufacturer representatives and authorized distributors. ECIA members share a common goal of promoting and improving the business environment for the authorized sale of electronic components to the end customer. Comprised of a broad array of leaders and professionals representing all phases of the electronics components supply chain, ECIA is where business optimization, product authentication and industry advocacy come together. ECIA members develop industry guidelines and technical standards, as well as generate critical business intelligence. For more information, visit www.ecianow.org or call 678-393-9990.

Electronic Components Industry Association 1111 Alderman Drive, Suite 400, Alpharetta, GA 30005 678-393-9990 www.ecianow.org