Executive Briefings

Protect Your Plant from Attack from Terrorism of All Kinds

Could your plant be turned into a weapon of mass destruction? Could the goods you manufacture be intentionally contaminated or your hazardous materials stolen? Would a terrorist attack on your site disrupt lives and upset the local, regional or national economy? How resistant are your operation's computer networks to cyber-attack?
Following 9/11, industrial organizations and legislators placed renewed attention on security concerns. Chemical plants, water systems, oil refineries, food manufacturers, the electrical grid--American industry is rife with risk. A variety of technologies can help control access to your plant, materials and information, and mitigate the risk of becoming an unwitting party to a terrorist event.
Source: MoreRFID, http://www.plantservices.com

Could your plant be turned into a weapon of mass destruction? Could the goods you manufacture be intentionally contaminated or your hazardous materials stolen? Would a terrorist attack on your site disrupt lives and upset the local, regional or national economy? How resistant are your operation's computer networks to cyber-attack?
Following 9/11, industrial organizations and legislators placed renewed attention on security concerns. Chemical plants, water systems, oil refineries, food manufacturers, the electrical grid--American industry is rife with risk. A variety of technologies can help control access to your plant, materials and information, and mitigate the risk of becoming an unwitting party to a terrorist event.
Source: MoreRFID, http://www.plantservices.com