The ISCPO announced the addition of two new board members, Todd Moore and David Mozden, who will lead efforts to support Canadian and LATAM members and services.
Todd Moore is currently the vice president of product development for PULSE at FocusPoint International, and he was recently the vice president of cargo theft and specialty risk for ISB Global Services, and held the position of president for Canadian Armed Robbery Training Associates (CARTA). Moore is a retired police detective with 31 years of policing service and extensive investigative experience working in intelligence, organized crime, and robbery units. He is also a designated Certified Security Professional (CSP).
David Mozden has had an extensive career as a global security leader across multiple industries and is currently the managing director of Sendero Solutions Group, a management consulting firm that provides training and advisory services in the areas of corporate security, loss prevention, supply chain/ logistics security, crisis management, workplace violence prevention, and loss reduction. Mozden’s broad career experience encompasses roles as an investigator, executive protection leader, and director of security for international operations, safeguarding against losses in the supply chain for large corporations.
Having Moore (Canada) and Mozden (LATAM) join the ISCPO board will be of value to the organization as it looks to provide members with increased end-to-end resources to mitigate threats to global supply chains. Additionally, their input and experiences will allow for better insights and awareness of trends coming out of Canada and the LATAM regions for members.