The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Cybersecurity & Communications helps the private sector understand and manage cyber risk, reduce the frequency and impact of cyber incidents, and build capacity. This webinar will highlight the benefits, services, and resources offered by three of DHS’ cyber programs: the CIKR Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program (CISCP), Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS), and Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS). Learn how to tap into these resources and bolster your cybersecurity program.
Globalization, along with rapid innovation in production technologies, has laid the foundation for the current period of accelerated disruption in U.S. manufacturing processes.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) era has arrived, and it promises new avenues of growth and profitability. IIoT adoption is becoming mainstream and companies are opening new paths to stand out from their competition.
Please join MAPI on February 8 at 2:00 p.m. ET for a webinar on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This one-hour webinar will examine the sweeping tax law changes, their impact on manufacturers, and recent guidance.
Corporations are facing an ever-evolving risk landscape and as these challenges grow, risk management programs will need to evolve to mitigate risk. In 2017 MAPI embarked on a collaboration with Aon, a leading professional services firm that helps manufacturers identify and mitigate risk and volatility. Join us for a webinar on February 1 for a deeper view of the MAPI cohort’s performance and findings after taking the Aon Risk Maturity Index (RMI), as they relate to the key tenets of risk maturity.
Join us on January 18 for a discussion on how to start implementing an energy management system using the DOE’s 50001 Ready recognition program. This program provides an accessible, self-attestation approach to implementing an energy management system using the structure of ISO 50001.
In recent years, U.S. manufacturing growth has been virtually stagnant. Are things finally on the rebound? While the manufacturing picture is modestly improving, a range of issues and risks stand in the way of a return to full factory-sector health.
Expectations are high. The industrial and B2B product management landscape continues to evolve as companies look for ways to drive growth and gain competitive advantage in their markets.
Transfer pricing and U.S. customs valuation play an integral role in today’s cross-border business climate. Companies must have a clear understanding of the unique requirements of each to the business.
The past few years have witnessed significant changes in the regulatory landscape for manufacturers doing business in Europe.