We’ve all read the headlines of cyberattacks on big businesses and government entities—hackers swiping millions of credit card details, Social Security numbers and other personal information. But have you thought about what the consequences a cyberattack against your small business could be?Read More
According to Dawn Olesky, senior manager of trade and customs at KPMG LLP, we’re seeing the most significant changes to Duty Drawback since its inception in 1789.Read More
Human trafficking and forced labor continue to be prevalent in the global supply chain. With an increasing global push to regulate supply chain due diligence, along with associated enforcement due to the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act, Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, and the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, companies can no longer afford to consider this area of risk a low priority.Read More
Brazil is to trial a new project involving blockchain that it hopes could streamline its customs processes.
According to www.contxto.com, the country's Receita Federal is launching bCONNECT to see if the technology can assist with security, identity verification and cost management.
According to the latest statistics, the average cost of a cybersecurity incident is now approaching $200,000, and yet, only 31% of small companies have cyber insurance, and 70% said that they have no intention to purchase a policy.
AIAG, in partnership with Thomson Reuters, has launched the third and final report in the Supply Chain 2025 survey initiative!Read More
Whether your organization is taking its first steps to prioritize cybersecurity, renewing efforts to protect itself from cybercrime, or performing a health check on existing security measures, AIAG has the next-step resources you need.Read More
AIAG’s Director of Supply Chain Products & Services Tanya Bolden will be a featured speaker at the first-ever, co-branded cybersecurity event with GAMA, the Georgia Automotive Manufacturers Association. Scheduled for February 5, 2020, the conference will be held at the Douglasville Conference Center in Douglasville, Georgia.Read More
Seats are still available for the seventh annual WSU/AIAG Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Program! This year’s course, which consists of separate winter and fall classroom terms, officially kicks off on February 6, 2020 -- will you be there?Read More