Interested in learning how to protect your business interests from security threats? Join AmCham Sweden on October 2 to hear from U.S. Embassy officials and professionals from the private sector on the latest ways to mitigate security breaches that can impact your operations.
The increase in terrorism over the last 30 years and the continuing threat against U.S. interests overseas has forced many American companies to seek advice and assistance from the U.S. Government, particularly the State Department. The Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) was created in 1985 under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to promote security cooperation between American private sector interests worldwide and the U.S. Department of State.
The OSAC Country Council for Sweden is a forum for sharing best practices and provides information and tools necessary to manage security-related issues. OSAC promotes effective cooperation by working to assist the U.S. private sector to better anticipate security issues, including identifying and tracking threats, particularly those targeting private sector personnel, facilities, investments, interests, and intellectual property. There is no cost involved with OSAC constituency.
Learn more about the OSAC Country Council for Sweden.