Envisioning the Future for Supply Chain Security

February 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2009 Supplement, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of several supply chain security experts regarding the future for supply chain security. According to John Sutton, sophistication and further enhancement of positive identification (ID) at important places through the use of various electronic means is necessary to ensure supply chain security. Rob Hile maintains that open standards and interoperability in the security industry alongwith situational awareness should be the future of security in supply chains.


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