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Regiscope provides security solutions for businesses that need to identify customers, employees, vendors or delivery personnel and associate them with transactions. From neighborhood check cashers to supermarket chains to manufacturers of high-value, high-risk goods, Regiscope has the right solution to deter theft, fraud and terrorist acts. Let our security experts help you design a solution to meet your specific needs.
Regiscope is proud to announce our newest product:
Protect your self or your customer from Fictitious Pickup Verify their identity BEFORE they pickup the Cargo.
7 Best Practices to Deter Cargo Theft by Fictitious Pick-up
Cargo theft by means of fictitious pick-up has increased sharply over the past 3 years. It is now the second most common type of cargo crime after thefts of trailers and containers, and growing rapidly as thieves use increasingly sophisticated technology to defraud shippers and motor freight carriers.
Regiscope and the Cargo Security Alliance have teamed up with CargoNet to explore this threat, and to identify 7 Best Practices that can help defeat it, including use of Regiscope’s Cargo Cam system.
Our White Paper, “Cargo Theft by Fictitious Pick-up”, provides the first in-depth, quantitative analysis of reported fictitious pick-up incidents and begins to define the terms and scope of this new and rapidly evolving form of “supply chain cyber crime”. We encourage you to give it a read, welcome your feedback, and would be happy to follow up with any questions you may have about how Cargo Cam and other techniques can help protect your customers and your business from fictitious pick-ups.
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