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Speaker: Gilad Solnik M.Sc., CPP, PSP, CFE, Director Security & Loss Prevention, EMEA Global Security, Amazon
Event date: Monday, 13 November 2017, 16:30 - 18:00
Place: Limpertsberg Campus
Bâtiment des Sciences
Room BSC-E00-001
162A avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg

The LCL Industry Seminar Series invites supply chain professionals to our campus to give a lecture on their expertise. It is an important recurrent event for our centre, in which new insights and ideas are shared and discussed within an open setting.

Topic:

Supply Chain Security and Resilience

Speaker's biography:

Gilad Solnik M.Sc., CPP, PSP, CFE Director Security & Loss Prevention, EMEA Global Security

Gilad is and experienced security management professional, with strong drive towards sustainable, risk based, cost effective and pragmatic security solutions; having more than 35 years of international security experience, holding operational, command and management positions in the military, government and private sectors.

Gilad has proven track record of security performance improvement in senior security management roles including large international organizations such as DHL, ST-Ericsson and at the present holds the position of security and loss prevention director for Amazon fulfillment and logistics operations in EMEA and India; focusing on mitigating relevant risks and making security a business enabler while adding value and contributing to achieving the organization’s business targets.

Gilad is a recognized security expert with successful experience in senior management and leadership roles in various security organizations and forums, supporting the development of networking, knowledge sharing and cooperation within the private sector as well as with law enforcement and regulatory bodies.

Gilad also participated in wide range of studies, projects and expert groups, transforming security theory into sound and useful practice.

He was member of TAPA EMEA BOD leading the IIS, regulatory affairs and later the training; held development director role in IFPO Europe; participated in supply chain standards and initiatives including Europol working groups, member of the CEN TC 379 Supply Chain Security forum, led the Freight Cluster of the CounterAct project (CounterAct - Cluster Of User Networks in Transport and Energy Relating to Anti-terrorist ACTivities) under the 6th Framework Programme for Research and Development of the European Commission; speaker and panel member at the UNECE (United Nations Economic Commission to the EU) inland transport security forums; speaker at TAPA and ASIS conferences; guest lecturer on supply chain and logistics security in universities in Luxembourg and Switzerland.

Gilad holds M.Sc. degree in Organizational Resilience and board certified by ASIS and ACFE for CPP, PSP and CFE. Actively involved in coaching and training numerous security professionals towards certifications in security education and certification programs.

 

About the Industry Seminar Series:

Some topics align closely with our current research directions, while others represent areas of interest to the supply chain community that are not formally being studied by our researchers. Diversity of topics is essential to meeting the purpose of the LCL Industry Seminar Series. Our goal is to provide a forum for interaction on themes related to supply chain among the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, industry practitioners and students at and around the University of Luxembourg.

Even though the work and careers in academia and industry are quite different, it would be wrong to consider the fields of academic research and the business world as two separate silos. In fact, they are strongly interdependent. To be meaningful, the ultimate research goal, especially in a discipline like logistics and SCM, has to be the advancement and contribution to the growing success of businesses. This requires a good understanding of the practical challenges and thus a constant feedback loop between the two worlds. Moreover, solutions found by practitioners and researchers in one industry may spark the development of similar concepts and thus success stories in other industries as well.

The seminars are of particular interest to the professionals in the logistics and supply chain community. Students of our Master programme, faculty members and staff also attend the seminars.

Registration is limited to 15 participants.

Registration by email to Jackie.brown@uni.lu