Counterfeiting in the electrical and electronic systems supply chain continues to be a major problem that affects all companies – with old and new technologies being counterfeited and supplied from a range of sources.
Taking place on Wednesday 22nd March 2017, the Anti-Counterfeiting Forum will focus on new trends in threats and mitigation strategies for the experienced practitioner while being accessible to anyone relatively new to the topic and wanting to understand more.
Scheduled to run from 10am to 3.30pm, presentations will provide information on: Work being undertaken in the supply chain to combat counterfeitsCase studies on how to create and maintain a counterfeit management planAn update on International standards for the management of counterfeits in the supply chain and independent accreditationOther best practice to help reduce the risk of counterfeits infiltrating your businessHow law enforcement and direct action against counterfeiters is helping to reduce the threat of counterfeits in the supply chainRecent major trends in counterfeiting and counterfeit avoidance and an overview of how to access further information, much of it free of charge.
Delegates will have the opportunity to raise questions, participate in a discussion forum and interact with speakers.
The event will be held at the Grange Rochester Hotel in central London.
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