Registration is now open for the 2017 Food Defense Conference on May 3-4 at the Commons Hotel in Minneapolis, Minn., at which participants can connect with the Food Protection and Defense Institute's (FPDI) network of experts from around the world to discuss and learn from each other about the current state of food defense.
The schedule is available on the Food Defense Conference website with confirmed speakers including our opening keynote, Andy Morling - Head, UK National Food Crime Unit. Sessions will focus on a variety of topics including detection methods, cyber security, FSMA intentional adulteration (IA) requirements and implementation, and growing a food defense workplace culture. Check the Food Defense Conference website periodically for updated information and additional speakers.
With emerging and evolving food threats from terrorism, economically motivated adulteration, and disgruntled employees, we must remain vigilant to stay ahead of intelligent adversaries. Professionals in industry, academia and government will attend this conference to discuss current threats and challenges, and to identify food defense solutions.
Register to attend at http://www.thefooddefenseconference.com/