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"Professor Burns has captured the essence of transportation security, one of today's most pressing concerns. As the rate of globalization and world trade increases, security and supply chain resilience are at the core of one's global transportation network. This is a timely and well written contribution to the industry." -John A. Moseley, Senior Director of Trade Development, Port of Houston Authority "...a clear and concise book detailing the issues of security in today's post-9/11 era. An invaluable read for those working within the transport and security industries." -Steven Neuendorff, Head of Americas, HANSA HEAVY LIFT Americas, Inc. Examining sea, land, and air transportation systems and linkages, Logistics and Transportation Security: A Strategic, Tactical, and Operational Guide to Resilience provides thorough coverage of transportation security. Its topics include hazardous material handling, securing transportation networks, logistics essentials, supply chain security, risk assessment, the regulatory framework, strategic planning, and innovation through technology. This book is not a prescriptive how-to manual. It begins with a discussion of the differences between safety and security before advancing through a developmental learning curve encompassing a wide range of subjects. It discusses global threats such as terrorism and piracy as well as current regulatory mandates and technological applications, including the latest threat to logistics security, cyber-attack. The book also examines the benefits of synergy between the public and private sectors, using a number of case studies and interviews to illustrate increasing collaboration and benefits. It assists a broad range of transportation professionals, security professionals, logistics outfits, and policy makers with assessing the benefits of proactive security measures and with verifying security-associated risks and consequences. "Professor Burns's thoughtful analysis of transportation security in this book suggests that risk tolerance is a decision based on numerous factors, and does not depend on linear policy analysis. As security professionals, we should maintain that 'big picture' view while simultaneously diving deep into the assessment and management of risk." -Captain Brian Penoyer, U.S. Coast Guard, sector commander and captain of the port, US Coast Guard Sector, Houston-Galveston, Texas "Timely and relevant, Logistics and Transportation Security is a comprehensive and thought-provoking assessment of the expanding and ever-changing hazards and threats to global supply chains and the transportation industry as a whole. Professor Maria Burns proffers concrete analysis and cogent recommendations to achieve increased security resilience in an increasingly complex threat environment. I heartily recommend Burns's work-it is a very worthwhile read and will serve as a significant resource for leaders in the logistics and transportation industries and for security professionals throughout our nation." -Kevin Clement, Texas Office of Homeland Security "Professor Burns has captured the essence of transportation security, one of today's most pressing concerns. As the rate of globalization and world trade increases, security and supply chain resilience are at the core of one's global transportation network. This is a timely and well written contribution to the industry." -John A. Moseley, senior director of trade development at Port of Houston Authority "In her new book, Professor Burns covers one of the most important subjects of the 21st century: security, as related to transportation and logistics systems and analyzing topics such as global transportation, regulatory framework, infrastructure, hazardous materials, supply chain, risk assessment and analysis, global collaboration, technology and innovation. Professor Burns further covers another extremely important subject, the human factor, in connection with strategic, tactical and operating processes and the future of transportation and supply chain networks. I strongly believe that this book should be in the hands of all transportation related employees and managers." -Capt. George M. Pontikos, vice president of port operations, Odfjell USA (Houston) Inc. "Influenced by geopolitics, the importance of maritime security of the supply chain is ever-increasing, though it was always an integral part of commercial shipping. Prof. Burns has shed new light on this complex and evolving field where security of the supply chain is being targeted as a geopolitical tool, breaking it down to the key elements. This outstanding contribution by Maria is an essential read in understanding the various strategic and tactical objectives for every supply chain professional involved in the maritime sector." -Capt. Anuj Chopra, FNI ExC, VP Americas, RightShip "Prof. Burns has taken a comprehensive look at the global transportation system, and identified the strengths and vulnerabilities of its security to human life, the environment, and the global economy. She further presents suggestions for insuring that the importance of security, both physical and cyber, is fully understood so that stakeholders can take prudent action to ensure the viability and continuity of our transportation system." -Carleen Lyden-Kluss, co-founder/executive director, North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) "Professor Burns has authored a clear and concise book detailing the issues of security in today's post-9/11 era. An invaluable read for those working within the transport and security industries." -Steven Neuendorff, Head of Americas, HANSA HEAVY LIFT Americas, Inc. "Prof. Burns does an outstanding job in presenting the critical importance of ports in the supply chain and the need for security, in a global market that moves 80% of its goods via sea transport, while increasingly depending on digital, high-tech platforms. She discusses the most common forms of attack, actors involved, and procedural gaps and offers a set of new approaches to risk management. Twelve critical issues are identified as the foundations of security and Prof. Burns masterfully explains their complex interaction for security resilience and sustainability, including the collaborative relationship between the state and the private sector that must take place to ensure competitiveness, and their symbiosis with security at both the national and international levels." -Jorge Duran, Chief of the Secretariat Inter-American Committee on Ports (CIP) Organization of American States, Washington DCIntroduction Relationship between Transportation and Logistics The Content Structure of the Book Security vs. Safety: Definitions and Maslow's Pyramid of Needs Security Economics: Econometric Modeling and Analysis Formulas for Risk Assessment, Risk Mitigation, and Incident Investigation The History of Logistics and Transportation Security Supply Chain Security: An Overview Conclusions References The Many Faces of Security Introduction The Original Supply Chain Security Theorem Terrorism: Networks and Affiliations Piracy and Maritime Security Piracy Financing Terrorism: Growing Threats Air Security Threats Human Trafficking and Illegitimate Traveling/Immigration Drug Trafficking: Socioeconomic Impacts Cyber Security Threats Biothreat: Health and Environmental Security Bioterrorism: Food Security References Global Security and Regulatory Framework Introduction Global Security Regulations Security in the United States Maritime Security Regulations in the United States References Critical Infrastructure Security: Resilience in Action Introduction CI Security Physical Assets and Key Asset Protection Trade and Transport Documentation E-Commerce Transforming Transportation Cyber Security Resilience in Action: BC/DR References Classifying Security Threats through the Nine Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) Categories Introduction Hazmat: An Overview Hazmat Classifications Hazmat Security and Health Impact References Supply Chain Security: Mind the Gap! Introduction Mind the Gap: The Impact of Security on Trade Flow, Trade Routes, and the Economy Logistics Networks: Strengthening our Supply Chains Setting the Security Standards through Quality Implementation Conclusions Interviews References Public and Private Partnerships Introduction Models of Public and Private Partnerships Threat Prevention, Mitigation, and Response Security Vulnerabilities Impacting Logistics, Trade, and Transport Networks Conclusions Interviews and Case Studies Security Technology and Innovation Innovative Technology and Accessibility: A Two-Edged Sword Technology and Terrorism Security Technology for the Logistics and Supply Chain Industries Conclusion References Security Risk Analysis and Its Components Identifying Security Vulnerabilities Security Risk Analysis and Its Components Incident Reporting and Risk Management Software Conclusion Appendix A: If I were a Terrorist and you were a Port... References Combating Security Threats: The Human Factor Introduction Stress versus Distress Mode: The Human Body and Critical Body Functions Security, Human Mentality, and the Culture Factor Preparedness: The Utility of Training, Drills, Simulations, and Scenarios References Strategic, Tactical, and Operating Process Crisis Management The Three Levels of War: Strategies, Operations, and Tactics Situational Awareness: Survival Tactics and Techniques References The Future of Global Transportation and Supply Chain Networks Introduction Proactive Security Measures in a Cost- and Time-saving Framework The Benefits of Proactive Security Management Behavioral Aspects of Proactive Management Case Studies on Proactive Corporate Cultures Conclusions Interviews References


Szczegóły: Logistics and Transportation Security - Maria Burns

Tytuł: Logistics and Transportation Security
Autor: Maria Burns
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482253078
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 412
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1 kg


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Logistics and Transportation Security

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"Professor Burns has captured the essence of transportation security, one of today's most pressing concerns. As the rate of globalization and world trade increases, security and supply chain resilience are at the core of one's global transportation network. This is a timely and well written contribution to the industry." -John A. Moseley, Senior Director of Trade Development, Port of Houston Authority "...a clear and concise book detailing the issues of security in today's post-9/11 era. An invaluable read for those working within the transport and security industries." -Steven Neuendorff, Head of Americas, HANSA HEAVY LIFT Americas, Inc. Examining sea, land, and air transportation systems and linkages, Logistics and Transportation Security: A Strategic, Tactical, and Operational Guide to Resilience provides thorough coverage of transportation security. Its topics include hazardous material handling, securing transportation networks, logistics essentials, supply chain security, risk assessment, the regulatory framework, strategic planning, and innovation through technology. This book is not a prescriptive how-to manual. It begins with a discussion of the differences between safety and security before advancing through a developmental learning curve encompassing a wide range of subjects. It discusses global threats such as terrorism and piracy as well as current regulatory mandates and technological applications, including the latest threat to logistics security, cyber-attack. The book also examines the benefits of synergy between the public and private sectors, using a number of case studies and interviews to illustrate increasing collaboration and benefits. It assists a broad range of transportation professionals, security professionals, logistics outfits, and policy makers with assessing the benefits of proactive security measures and with verifying security-associated risks and consequences. "Professor Burns's thoughtful analysis of transportation security in this book suggests that risk tolerance is a decision based on numerous factors, and does not depend on linear policy analysis. As security professionals, we should maintain that 'big picture' view while simultaneously diving deep into the assessment and management of risk." -Captain Brian Penoyer, U.S. Coast Guard, sector commander and captain of the port, US Coast Guard Sector, Houston-Galveston, Texas "Timely and relevant, Logistics and Transportation Security is a comprehensive and thought-provoking assessment of the expanding and ever-changing hazards and threats to global supply chains and the transportation industry as a whole. Professor Maria Burns proffers concrete analysis and cogent recommendations to achieve increased security resilience in an increasingly complex threat environment. I heartily recommend Burns's work-it is a very worthwhile read and will serve as a significant resource for leaders in the logistics and transportation industries and for security professionals throughout our nation." -Kevin Clement, Texas Office of Homeland Security "Professor Burns has captured the essence of transportation security, one of today's most pressing concerns. As the rate of globalization and world trade increases, security and supply chain resilience are at the core of one's global transportation network. This is a timely and well written contribution to the industry." -John A. Moseley, senior director of trade development at Port of Houston Authority "In her new book, Professor Burns covers one of the most important subjects of the 21st century: security, as related to transportation and logistics systems and analyzing topics such as global transportation, regulatory framework, infrastructure, hazardous materials, supply chain, risk assessment and analysis, global collaboration, technology and innovation. Professor Burns further covers another extremely important subject, the human factor, in connection with strategic, tactical and operating processes and the future of transportation and supply chain networks. I strongly believe that this book should be in the hands of all transportation related employees and managers." -Capt. George M. Pontikos, vice president of port operations, Odfjell USA (Houston) Inc. "Influenced by geopolitics, the importance of maritime security of the supply chain is ever-increasing, though it was always an integral part of commercial shipping. Prof. Burns has shed new light on this complex and evolving field where security of the supply chain is being targeted as a geopolitical tool, breaking it down to the key elements. This outstanding contribution by Maria is an essential read in understanding the various strategic and tactical objectives for every supply chain professional involved in the maritime sector." -Capt. Anuj Chopra, FNI ExC, VP Americas, RightShip "Prof. Burns has taken a comprehensive look at the global transportation system, and identified the strengths and vulnerabilities of its security to human life, the environment, and the global economy. She further presents suggestions for insuring that the importance of security, both physical and cyber, is fully understood so that stakeholders can take prudent action to ensure the viability and continuity of our transportation system." -Carleen Lyden-Kluss, co-founder/executive director, North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) "Professor Burns has authored a clear and concise book detailing the issues of security in today's post-9/11 era. An invaluable read for those working within the transport and security industries." -Steven Neuendorff, Head of Americas, HANSA HEAVY LIFT Americas, Inc. "Prof. Burns does an outstanding job in presenting the critical importance of ports in the supply chain and the need for security, in a global market that moves 80% of its goods via sea transport, while increasingly depending on digital, high-tech platforms. She discusses the most common forms of attack, actors involved, and procedural gaps and offers a set of new approaches to risk management. Twelve critical issues are identified as the foundations of security and Prof. Burns masterfully explains their complex interaction for security resilience and sustainability, including the collaborative relationship between the state and the private sector that must take place to ensure competitiveness, and their symbiosis with security at both the national and international levels." -Jorge Duran, Chief of the Secretariat Inter-American Committee on Ports (CIP) Organization of American States, Washington DCIntroduction Relationship between Transportation and Logistics The Content Structure of the Book Security vs. Safety: Definitions and Maslow's Pyramid of Needs Security Economics: Econometric Modeling and Analysis Formulas for Risk Assessment, Risk Mitigation, and Incident Investigation The History of Logistics and Transportation Security Supply Chain Security: An Overview Conclusions References The Many Faces of Security Introduction The Original Supply Chain Security Theorem Terrorism: Networks and Affiliations Piracy and Maritime Security Piracy Financing Terrorism: Growing Threats Air Security Threats Human Trafficking and Illegitimate Traveling/Immigration Drug Trafficking: Socioeconomic Impacts Cyber Security Threats Biothreat: Health and Environmental Security Bioterrorism: Food Security References Global Security and Regulatory Framework Introduction Global Security Regulations Security in the United States Maritime Security Regulations in the United States References Critical Infrastructure Security: Resilience in Action Introduction CI Security Physical Assets and Key Asset Protection Trade and Transport Documentation E-Commerce Transforming Transportation Cyber Security Resilience in Action: BC/DR References Classifying Security Threats through the Nine Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) Categories Introduction Hazmat: An Overview Hazmat Classifications Hazmat Security and Health Impact References Supply Chain Security: Mind the Gap! Introduction Mind the Gap: The Impact of Security on Trade Flow, Trade Routes, and the Economy Logistics Networks: Strengthening our Supply Chains Setting the Security Standards through Quality Implementation Conclusions Interviews References Public and Private Partnerships Introduction Models of Public and Private Partnerships Threat Prevention, Mitigation, and Response Security Vulnerabilities Impacting Logistics, Trade, and Transport Networks Conclusions Interviews and Case Studies Security Technology and Innovation Innovative Technology and Accessibility: A Two-Edged Sword Technology and Terrorism Security Technology for the Logistics and Supply Chain Industries Conclusion References Security Risk Analysis and Its Components Identifying Security Vulnerabilities Security Risk Analysis and Its Components Incident Reporting and Risk Management Software Conclusion Appendix A: If I were a Terrorist and you were a Port... References Combating Security Threats: The Human Factor Introduction Stress versus Distress Mode: The Human Body and Critical Body Functions Security, Human Mentality, and the Culture Factor Preparedness: The Utility of Training, Drills, Simulations, and Scenarios References Strategic, Tactical, and Operating Process Crisis Management The Three Levels of War: Strategies, Operations, and Tactics Situational Awareness: Survival Tactics and Techniques References The Future of Global Transportation and Supply Chain Networks Introduction Proactive Security Measures in a Cost- and Time-saving Framework The Benefits of Proactive Security Management Behavioral Aspects of Proactive Management Case Studies on Proactive Corporate Cultures Conclusions Interviews References

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Szczegóły: Logistics and Transportation Security - Maria Burns

Tytuł: Logistics and Transportation Security
Autor: Maria Burns
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482253078
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 412
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1 kg


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