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Post Summer COVID Security Update

Post Summer COVID Security Update with OSAC

AmCham’s Security Committee, in partnership with the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) and the U.S. Embassy, invites you to a post-summer security update on COVID threats.

The event will feature the latest updates on COVID related security threats, and provide an opportunity for private sector businesses to discuss best practices in mitigating these threat trends. The security related issues initially discussed during the 29 April AmCham/OSAC event “Security & Operations Planning during COVID19” will be expanded upon with greater emphasis on threats related to fraud schemes, cybercrime and other activities from organized criminal networks taking advantage of the COVID crisis.

Several U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agencies represented at the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen will provide a unique insight into these concerns, to include participation from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) represented by the Legal Attaché, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) represented by the DEA Attaché’ and the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) represented by the Regional Security Officer.

Additionally, Jacob Bentsen, Head of Facility & Security at FujiFilm Diosynth Biotechnologies, will share lessons learned from his organization’s COVID security plan – from initialization to future planning.

All events will be organized in accordance with the most up to date safety regulations and the number of participants may be reduced accordingly, to make sure that everyone can participate safely.If you have any symptoms related to COVID-19 or have been in close contact with a person infected with COVID-19, we ask that you do not participate in our events.

Please note that this event has a capacity of max 25 pers.

We look forward to seeing you in-person at the AmCham loft.

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