BSI special reports

BSI Supply Chain Services and Solutions regularly publishes special reports on major disruption incidents, countermeasure programs, and risk mitigation best practices. Below are just some of the reports made available through our SCREEN service.  Select a report to download. 

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  • CTPAT Minimum-Security Criteria Revision Insights and Analysis >
    The release of the revised minimum security criteria (MSC) for Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Customs and Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) program is a significant development for supply chain security.


  • Novel Coronavirus Updates and Auditing Insights >
    Officials have attributed an outbreak of respiratory illness in Wuhan, China to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (nCoV), with cases spreading globally. Access this report and find out what you need to know.


  • Guidance on Business Continuity Planning and Emergency Response >
    BSI Intelligence teamed with BSI Senior Consultant David Bernstein to provide guidance and best practices on crisis management and business continuity planning.


  • SCM sample report >
    SCM enables users to map, track and mitigate top threats to their global operations, critical suppliers and other supply chain entities.SCM is used to assess and quantify risk and compliance.


  • 2017 Global Supply Chain Intelligence Review >
    Our Annual Global Supply Chain Risk Review provides a high-level overview of the top security, corporate social responsibility, business continuity, food safety and fraud risks.


  • North Korean Forced Labor in International Supply Chains >
    The North Korean regime profits directly from the wages of at least 50,000 North Korean workers who labor in conditions often similar to slavery across dozens of countries.


  • European Migrant Crisis: Impacts on the Supply Chain >
    As a result of a rapid influx of migrants within Europe over the past two years, the European Union (EU) member states have taken extraordinary measures, including imposing new border controls throughout the region.


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