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Security and Threat Awareness Training

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Security and Threat Awareness Training
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  C-TPAT TRAINING This is a sample PowerPoint on Security and general Threat Awareness. All images and clip art were taken from open sources. We suggest you consider using images of your employees within your faculty. This PowerPoint is meant to be a guide and should be tailored and edited to suit your needs. It is also suggested that you use your own slide background and colors scheme.  Security Training and Threat Awareness Program for All Employees  We have recently joined with U.S. Customs and Border Protection to help secure the international supply chain. As a member of the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism  (C-TPAT) program, we have committed ourselves to new and improved security procedures throughout our operations. These new procedures are designed to enhance the security of our facilities, people, cargo shipping, cargo receiving and cargo tracking processes. Our goal is to prevent cargo loss and cargo tampering including the introduction of illegal merchandise such as drugs and weapons of mass destruction into our cargo boxes and containers. As a part of our commitment to supply chain security, we now require all of our employees to seriously consider supply chain security as a significant risk to our business.  Suspicious Persons Suspicions Activities Suspicious Objects or Packages Employee Identification Visitor Controls Computer Security Document Security Topics
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