Supply-chain security will take more than RFID

Wednesday, 6 October 2004, 2:35 PM EST

Companies struggling with to secure their supply chains without breaking the bank are looking to the government for guidance. Worldwide shipping standards to facilitate data sharing are needed to improve security, manufacturers, tech companies, and analysts said Tuesday at a gathering in New York sponsored by Unisys. Supply-chain participants need to stop looking at security as an expense and understand the costs associated with security failures, attendees added.

By Larry Greenemeier at Internet Week.

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