Marc Murphy has over twenty years of experience in corporate security, global supply chain vulnerability and risk mitigation, and federal security regulation at chemical and petrochemical facilities. Throughout his professional career, Marc has maintained leadership roles with responsibility for global security vulnerability assessments, security standards, protection systems design, and implementation of security programs throughout the supply chain. The fulfillment of these responsibilities required extensive domestic and international travel, and routine interaction among industry associations, service providers, and governmental agencies. His corporate security experience has been vital to our clients who are developing and expanding their security programs.
Prior to joining the Roberts Law Group / Chemical Security Group in 2009, Marc held the title of Global Supply Chain Security Lead for Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. In that role, Marc was integral in the development and management of all aspects of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS), and the U.S. Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) programs. He provided leadership for cross-functional teams internally, and worked closely with customers and external supply chain partners to develop “best practice” initiatives that provided ongoing program compliance.
He has been a contributing subject matter expert and featured guest speaker for various industry and government related security initiatives including the American Chemistry Council Responsible Care Security Code, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Loss Prevention Symposium, and the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufactures (AFPM) (formerly the National Petrochemical Refiners Association) Supply Chain Security Committee.
Marc holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA.