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Describe some of the major actions organizational leaders can take to make their businesses less attractive as targets for terrorists.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 5:33 am ad1c9bdddf
Problem: Describe some of the major actions organizational leaders can take to make their businesses less attractive as targets for terrorists.
Counter Terrorism is defined as the "practices, tactics and strategies that governments, militaries and other groups adopt to fight terrorism. Counter-terrorism is not specific to any one field or organization; rather, it involves entities from all levels of society."
Actions that corporations may ...
This solution discusses actions to minimize businesses as target for terrorists. Concepts discusses include physical security (barriers, manned security stations), engaging in proactive business continuity planning, counter cyber terrorism (backing up data, building security into applications, and staying up to date on the latest security pitches). The explanation is given in 260 words.
Security and the Supply Chain
Read the sources referenced on the Background page. Then, respond to the following questions:
1. Is a security-oriented culture, with respect to the supply chain, just good business? Explain.
2. What are the benefits of viewing security issues beyond the individual firm?
3. Why is RFID technology viewed by many to be an important tool in securing a supply chain?
4. Which of the 10 security competencies discussed in the Closs, Speier, Whipple, and Voss article are likely to be the most challenging to implement? Why?
Display an understanding of how terrorism, and other international developments, can threaten global logistics. Discuss measures that can be taken to reduce these threats.
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Closs, D, Spier, C, Whipple, J, M. & Voss, D. (2008 Sep) A Framework for Protecting your Supply Chain, Logistics Management (2002) Highland Ranch: Vol.47, Iss. 9; pg. 45, 1 pgs. [ProQuest doc ID: 197209740]
Sheffi, Y (2001) Supply Chain Management Under the Threat of International Terrorism, International Journal of Logistics Management, Ponte Vedra Beach: Vol. 12, Iss. 2; pg. 1, 11 pgs. [ProQuest doc ID: 235866128]
Suder, G, & Czinkota, M. (2005 Fall) Towards An Understanding of Terrorism Risk in the MNE, Multinational Business Review, Detroit: Vol 13, Iss. 3, pg. 3. [ProQuest doc ID: 194181282]
Zalud, Bill, (2010 May) Every Link in the Chain, Security, Troy: Vol. 47, Iss.5; pg. 28, 3 pgs. [ProQuest doc ID: 197786976]