Tag: supply chain security


How to Define Loss Prevention

How to Define Loss Prevention

“So, what do you do?” This is common question that for some loss prevention professionals presents a perplexing set of thoughts. “How do I adequately satisfy the inquirer’s request, without overcomplicating the dialogue?”   Read More


In-Transit Cargo Crime Risks and Repercussions

In-Transit Cargo Crime Risks and Repercussions

Envision the following scenario. You are at home around 8:15 at night watching television with your wife or kids when the phone rings. The caller is one of your regional LP managers in the Southeast. He tells you that you just had a tractor load of high-end apparel worth $2 million   Read More


ALTO US Partners with CAP Index to Solidify ALTO’s Supply Chain Risk Management Solution

ALTO US Partners with CAP Index to Solidify ALTO’s Supply Chain Risk Management Solution

ALTO US has recently partnered with CAP Index, Inc. to create a new offering to support dynamic in-transit monitoring capabilities into the end-to-end ALTO AssuranceSM risk management platform.

By adding CAP Index’s crime risk data into ALTO’s in-transit analytics assessment model, supply-chain managers will have additional information at their fingertips to   Read More


Supply-Chain Security Best Practices See New Twists

Supply-Chain Security Best Practices See New Twists

Thieves and fraudsters continue to invent new scams that threaten retail supply chains, even when organizations are following supply-chain security best practices. Security firm Check Point, for example, reported on a Spring 2017 discovery of malware, adnets, spyware and even ransomware that had been installed on at least 36 Android   Read More


Improve Your Supply-Chain Security Management

Improve Your Supply-Chain Security Management

Supply-chain asset protection (SCAP) in business has traditionally been reactive instead of proactive. SCAP teams are often housed in headquarters or a regional hub and called upon to investigate incidents and deal with the outcomes. That means the “protection” side of the role isn’t aggressively fulfilled, and the process becomes   Read More