Fleet Defender Joins ISCPO

Fleet Defender Inc., a Nebraska-based startup that provides critical cybersecurity and safety enhancements to transportation platforms such as land vehicles, aircraft, trains, ships, and spacecraft nationwide, today announced that it has joined the International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO). ISCPO is a non-profit professional organization that connects members from across a wide array of sectors—from manufacturing, retail/wholesale/eCommerce, and distribution, to risk management/legal, law enforcement, and logistics. The goal of ISCPO is to promote, educate, and advocate supply chain security and protection through building strong networks and delivering exceptional leadership training, board representation, and industry support.

“ISCPO provides a wealth of resources, tools, and education materials across the full supply chain spectrum,” said Terry Reinert, CEO of Fleet Defender. Members of the Fleet Defender team are excited to participate in ISCPO sponsored share groups and working committees to help improve the end-to-end security of the supply chain.

“Disruption of the supply chain could have devastating effects on our economy and our Nation,” Reinert said. “The ISCPO’s mission includes advocating for the advancement of supply chain security, which is a key area of focus for Fleet Defender.”

For more information on the ISCPO, visit https://www.iscpo.org/.