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2011 C-TPAT Seminar San Diego 10 Years of Partnership

A change of perspective….Supply chains are built for a stable world….to risk mitigation Expanding to a global focus…understanding interdependencies • Forging new relationships – – – With government Suppliers and customers And yes….even with the competition… .where the public/private sector overlap • Improving efficiency may or may not improve security! – – – Security must be integrated into commercial operations Beyond asset protection….

Australia. Jordan .Managing Security Standards: Programs and regulations • Maritime Transportation Security Act 2002 – Vessels and terminals in the USA • • C-TPAT for Ocean Carriers 2002 International Ship and Port Security (IMO/ISPS) – Vessels and terminals outside the USA • World Customs Organization (WCO) – Safe Framework • • • European Union – Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) US Safe Port Act.Secure Freight Initiative -100% Scanning Expansion of partnership programs : Canada. Sweden.

Fast lane Intended Goal: Trusted partner AND Trusted transaction – Smart BOX • • • • Container Security Devices (CSD) Advanced Container Security Devices (ACSD) Tracking/shipment tags Smart Containers (imbedded sensors) – Container Screening before loading • Radiation scan • Imaging • Information (10 plus 2) – Container E-Seals • RFID .Security Innovation: Partnership Green lane. Red lane.

Working through the challenges together….99?) • Battery/sensitivity • Getting devices “over there” – Reverse logistics Reading infrastructure Communication protocols . Technology The marine environment – – – – Temperature Humidity Water (salt. rain. ice) Sand/dust • • Operations Can it be integrated in daily ops? – – Transshipment port container scanning Smart box • Can it be armed/activated/operated – – Consistently everyday/the same way By most anyone anywhere • Ocean containers – – – Racking Shock/vibration Temperature • What to do when it blinks red? – – False positives/no reads Who responds/clears alarm • Defined roles of government/private sector • Technology – – – Reliability (99.9% or 99.

Asymmetrical Security Integration .