Key trends include innovative security technology, focus on privacy, growing cybersecurity concerns, hybrid cloud adoption, and supply chain trust.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the associated supply chain disruption has created an excellent operating environment for cargo thieves.
As regions reopen and criminals seek to make up lost revenue, an increase in supply chain crime is likely, warn logistics analysts.
CargoNet reviewed trucking theft data from the Tuesday prior to Thanksgiving to the Monday following Thanksgiving for 2015 to 2019.
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Extended business closures during the Fourth of July holiday historically create an advantageous operating environment for cargo thieves.
The focus on the resilience of global supply chains in a post-pandemic world will lead to wider adoption of standards that secure the movements of goods.