In the present global environment, the food industry should take a closer look at the threat of coordinated attacks on food and agriculture.
Because food corporations can be targeted by adversarial nations, it is important that you start practicing “operational security.”
Should food businesses engage in “war games”? There are benefits from conducting strategic response exercises should an actual emergency arise.
A look at a worst-case scenario in the evolving threat to the food supply.
Have you ever considered that your in-plant systems could be weaponized against public health? Think again.
The benefits of automation must be tempered by emerging security challenges throughout the food supply chain.
Food security and food defense together help ensure that the availability of the end product—food—is available to all.
Industry must take it upon ourselves to ensure that our supply chain is sound. It’s the best defense against food fraud we could have.
Given the complexity of our food system and limited transparency of supply chains from farm to fork, those willing and able to adulterate will continue to do so in the future.
Cybersecurity is one of the elements that can make or break your business. How can a food corporation prevent system compromise? Read more to find out.
A sensational claim says Russians could use robots to poison food; is the threat for real?
A game-changing event occurred two years ago in the food industry, and you probably haven’t heard the details.
How do we decide whether our food supply is still vulnerable to the effects of terrorism? Unfortunately, the threat remains.
Economically motivated adulteration (EMA) generates considerable concern from multiple perspectives. Ongoing EMA-related research focuses on the vulnerabilities in the food system, drivers that create an opportunity for EMA and the impact of EMA with an emphasis on public health consequences.
The rogue regime of North Korea could cause catastrophic effects on the world’s food supply. Read more to find out how.
What should food defense professionals understand about the instability in North Korea?
The National Food Crime Unit aids food safety at home and abroad.
Like it or not, avian influenza virus could be used to attack the poultry industry.
A look at food defense plans shows there’s always room for improvement, regardless of the outcome.
We do not need to reinvent the wheel with regard to food defense; history has already taught us what we need to do.