The French organization Unifab has published its 2015 report on the links between counterfeiting and terrorism around the world.  The reports outlines that those behind the Paris terrorist attacks of January 7th,8th and 9th, 2015, “lived from drug trafficking, but also and particularly, from the sale of counterfeit products, including Nike trainers.”  This should be a wake up call to anyone who thinks counterfeiting only affects companies who have their IP stolen.

The Union des Fabricants was created by a group of pharmaceutical manufacturers at the end of the nineteenth century, when they realised that their products were being counterfeited in Germany. In 1875, they decided to take action, and gathered together to create the “Charter of the Union des Fabricants”.

To read the full report follow the link below.

http://www.unifab.com/images/Rapport-A-Terrorisme-2015_GB.pdf

The integration of both iTRACE 2DMI® with TME® creates a full suite of security and visibility applications for today’s supply chain that are easy to deploy and manage. PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: DEC 1, 2021 07:29 PST MASS Group and iTrace partnership LAS VEGAS, December 1, 2021 (Newswire.com) – Manufacturing Automation & Software Systems, Inc. dba […]

CCL Design is pleased to announce a partnership with iTRACE Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of supply chain security applications for anti-grey and anti-counterfeit markets, which will deliver 2DMI® highly secure smartphone authentication capability to its customers. REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. (PRWEB) MAY 04, 2021 CCL Design has over 20 years experience of developing multi-layered brand protection […]

Reproduced from the original article on pharmatech.com https://www.pharmtech.com/view/package-authentication-depends-on-multi-level-tactics April 18, 2021 Hallie Forcinio Drug product security requires anti-counterfeiting techniques such as authentication throughout the supply chain. On the Internet, dual-level authentication delivers more secure transactions. A similar multi-level strategy is needed to ensure the pharmaceutical product being dispensed to the consumer is the same one […]

Original article posted on Silicon Angle https://siliconangle.com/2020/08/13/honeywell-partners-itrace-embrace-blockchain-printed-labels-supply-chain-management/ UPDATED 12:11 EDT / AUGUST 13 2020 BLOCKCHAIN Honeywell partners with iTRACE to embrace blockchain printed labels for supply chain management BY KYT DOTSON Multinational technology conglomerate Honeywell International Inc. today announced that it has partnered with iTRACE Technologies Inc. to build a blockchain distributed ledger platform that will help with complex supply chain […]