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Author: Taleen Merjanian, Marketing Manager, Tyco Integrated Fire and Security
Published: Wed, May 3, 2017
Safeguarding the physical security of a Manufacturing supply chain – from materials, processes and inventory to moving finished goods to market – must address a wide range of threats including life-safety risks, intellectual-property theft, process tampering, diversion and cargo theft. In Canada, cargo theft alone is a $5 billion problem.
The following steps can help manufacturing companies implement a proactive strategy to mitigate these risks:
These efforts can help protect a company from losses and ensure a brand’s reputation is not damaged as a result of possible product tampering or an accident. By designing and executing a sound security strategy, manufacturing companies can help keep their business safe and enhance productivity.
For more information and best practices, read our whitepaper.
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