SAN BRUNO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 8, 2015) - The San Francisco Bay Area Center for International Trade Development announces that registration is now open for its first annual 'Integrating Global Trade & Logistics and Cybersecurity' conference, around the theme of 'Protecting Intellectual, Digital and Physical Assets' throughout global supply chains.

Participants will hear best practices and front-line learnings from U.S. Government, Academia and leaders from Fortune 1000 Retailers, Manufacturers, Technology and Logistics Service Providers, gain insight into available resources to strategically protect all aspects of integrated, global supply chains, and meet face-to-face with international delegations, national and SF Bay Area leaders at one of San Francisco's finest venues.

After plenary sessions each morning, registrants will participate in hands-on workshops Thursday and Friday. IGTLC Conference Saturday sessions conclude with an optional scholarship fundraising golf tournament at the renowned TPC Harding Park course, host of the 2020 PGA Championship, and 2025 Presidents Cup. The Golf event is sponsored by the PAKUS Chamber of Commerce and is limited to the first 40 registered IGTLC Conference attendees. A portion of event proceeds will benefit San Mateo County Community College students. For more information, to register or sponsor, please go to

About Bay Area Center for International Trade (CITD)
The Bay Area Center for International Trade Development (Bay Area CITD) is one of 10 CITD locations across California. Bay Area CITD is based at Skyline College, San Bruno, California. California CITD was established in 1989 and funded by the Chancellor's Office of the State of California to promote the state's international trade and competitiveness, assist exporters and importers, and advance economic and job growth. For more information about CITD, please contact Yvonne Reid, Director, at 650-738-7098, email:

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Center for International Trade Development (CITD)
Yvonne Reid
(650) 738-7098