Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing & Supply Chain

November 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2009, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports on the security management procedures utilized for the transportation and logistic industry in the U.S. It discusses the use of "Chain of Ownership" radio frequency identification systems (RFID) by organizations to protect product integrity, prevent counterfeiting and document regulatory compliance. It also mentions that the sector employs the carrot and stick motivational techniques developed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).


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