All posts tagged security

Security & Supply Chain: Supply Chain Transparency

by Sterling J. Scott, Marketing Communications Coordinator, MHI | @mhi_sterling Supply chain transparency is critical in ensuring human security in regard to physical security and health. Whether it is the sourcing of materials, the transportation of food and beverages, or the […]

Security & Supply Chain: Data Analytics to Detect Supply Chain Fraud & Waste

by Sterling J. Scott, Marketing Communications Coordinator, MHI | @mhi_sterling Most businesses are at risk of supply chain fraud, primarily financial fraud perpetrated by vendors and subcontractors. Furthermore, most of thee businesses lack the tools required to detect and prevent it. Deloitte […]

Target provides a cautionary tale on the importance of supply chain data

Inconsistency in their supply chain data appears to be a big reason behind Target’s recent trouble with their Canadian supply chain. Instead of a slow rollout, the retailer underwent a rapid, coast-to-coast launch of 124 stores last year. This rapid […]

Cisco CEO Seeks Obama’s Help After Allegations of Government Supply Chain Interference

Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO John Chambers, concerned over allegations that the U.S. National Security Agency intercepted and installed surveillance technology on network equipment en route to overseas customers, has asked for President Obama’s help on the issue, according to […]

Security & Supply Chain: Russia & China interests in the Western Hemisphere

by Sterling J. Scott, Marketing Communications Coordinator, MHI | @mhi_sterling Nicaragua Canal As cost overruns and local labor disputes delay the expansion of the Panama Canal, Russia and China are increasing efforts to partner with Nicaragua to build the Nicaragua Canal. The Panama Canal’s […]

FDA Proposes New Regulation to Secure the U.S. Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

The Food and Drug Administration has proposed a regulation aimed at keeping counterfeit, unapproved and adulterated pharmaceuticals out of the U.S. drug supply chain. The new rule would allow the agency to destroy a drug valued at $2,500 or less […]

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