SEA GIRT, N.J. -- Erik Hoffer, president of CGM Applied Security Technologies, a subsidiary of Digital Descriptor Systems, Inc. (Pink Sheets:DDSI), will chair the International Cargo Security Council and Transportation Security Administration August conference on Planning for Disaster. The conference will help businesses understand the importance of developing, exercising and validating a Business Continuity of Operations Plan (B-COOP) prior to a catastrophic event impacting the economic bottom line.
"The paradigm of business continuity planning is a reality for all companies large and small. No business owner or executive manager can challenge the need for strategic disaster planning as part of their future strategic focus," remarked Hoffer, a renowned expert in protective security technology for the global supply chain. Hoffer founded CGM in 1977. CGM manufactures security products in the homeland security market that seal and lock cargo, sea containers and trailers while they are unattended in the supply chain. Control of unattended assets is of paramount importance in moving any company's products or in any country's infrastructure homeland security plan.
The conference will take place on August 29-30 at The Rayburn Office Building in Washington, D.C.
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