• Posts Tagged ‘counterfeiting’

    Publication – Product Fraud and Product Counterfeiting as a Source of Terrorist Financing

    by John Spink • February 27, 2015 • Blog • 0 Comments

    If we stop Food Fraud will we stop the funding of terrorism? No. But we’ll make a dent. Also, maybe more importantly, product fraud investigations often reveal intelligence on where and how terrorist networks are evolving. Our new article provides more insight. Our new article, Product Fraud and Product Counterfeiting as a Source of...

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    Publication – Selection of Strategic Authentication and Tracing Programs

    by John Spink • February 13, 2015 • Blog • 0 Comments

    Authentication is a key to Food Fraud prevention and a critical part of the “detect-deter-prevent” continuum. Selecting authentication countermeasures that contribute to prevention is often complex and challenging. This challenge was the subject of my chapter on “The Selection of Strategic Authentication and Tracing Programs ” in the book Counterfeit Medicines : Volume I. Policy, Economics,...

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