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Viable, value-creating solutions for securing global transportation networks
Securing Global Transportation Networks demonstrates how improved security processes can create value across all the business functions throughout an entire value chain. Readers will learn a whole new security management philosophy, as explained through domestic and international examples and case studies ranging from major retailers such as Home Depot to shipping giants such as Maersk and FedEx. This book also looks ahead to future developments and "best practices" for the future. If you're charged with making or evaluating transportation security decisions, you'll find the tools you need to succeed -- and prosper -- with the Total Security Management approach.
—Michael Cadenazzi, CEO of Continuity Solutions and Founding Member, Washington, DC, Chapter of the Contingency Planning Exchange
Recommended, 'Executive Bookshelf for Disaster-proofing the Supply Chain.'
Chapter 1: Global Trade and Total Security Management
Chapter 2: The Total Security Management Framework
Chapter 3: Creating Value: The Case for TSM
Chapter 4: The Risk Management Approach to TSM
Chapter 5: Securing Fixed Assets
Chapter 6: Securing Assets in Transit
Chapter 7: Securing Brand Equity and Goodwill
Chapter 8: Securing Human Capital
Chapter 9: TSM and Business Continuity Planning
Chapter 10: The End of the beginning
Appendix A: Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Report Template
Appendix B: Sample Value Chain Security Procedures for Chemical Firms
Appendix C: Seven Signs of Possible Terrorist Activity
Appendix D: Sample Procedures for Handling Suspicious Packages
Appendix E: Total Security Management Glossary
Posted May 24, 2008
Everything we use everyday comes from somewhere. Getting that product from point A to point B in a timely, cost-effective way is important to everyone in the transportation industry. But the attacks against America both domestically and abroad have shown that we are as vulnerable as ever, and one way to secure our business interests is to secure our transportation networks. That is the subject of this excellent book, written by three veterans of the industry. Using their years of experience, the authors develop in the book the concept of Total Security Management, and use compelling case studies to illustrate their point that a secure business is a successful business. The book breaks down the global transportation process, shows where value is added along the way, and how to maximize that value while minimizing risk, not only from terrorism but from other less malicious but equally damaging impacts. The book further demonstrates the financial benefits of investing in security, and also how to protect physical corporate assets, whether they be fixed or goods in transit. A 'Book of the Month' of the American Society for Industrial Security in December 2006, this book is a must for anyone working in or around global transportation industries.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.