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INTERPOL ECHOES TAPA’S WARNING OF SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY RISKS TO COVID VACCINE DISTRIBUTION

The first doses of coronavirus vaccine were only administered to patients in the United Kingdom on 8 December but already Interpol, the international police organization, has issued a global alert to all of its 194-member countries to warn of cyber threats to vaccine supply chains.

It has warned governments and citizens to prepare for organized crime networks targeting vaccines both physically and online.

There has already been an uptick in global cybercrime due to the increased time consumers are spending online due to national lockdowns and work-from-home directives around the world to reduce the spread of the virus. Intelligence shared by Interpol’s Cybercrime Unit showed that more than half of the 3,000 pharmacy websites suspected of selling illicit medication...

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NOVEMBER CARGO THEFTS ALREADY ACCOUNT FOR OVER €6.7 MILLION OF PRODUCT LOSSES IN 16 COUTRIES ACROSS EMEA

TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) has so far been notified of cargo thefts in 16 countries in the Europe, Middle East & Africa...
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WE (STILL) NEED TO TALK ABOUT BREXIT

No one ever said it would be easy.
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TAPA EMEA ASKS MEMBERS TO SUPPORT CALL FOR A ‘COMMON SENSE’ SOLUTION TO SECURE PARKING STANDARDS ALIGNMENT

Secure truck parking is one of the main components of supply chain resilience and it is a core focus for TAPA in the Europe, Middle East &...
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