Supply Chain Risk Profile for 2010: Continued Instability as Global Economy Recovers

iJET outlines risk landscape for 2010, sees new security threats looming from increased instability in key regions; 5 recommendations for proactive approach to threats


Annapolis, MD — January 12, 2010 — Many of the key risks to the supply chain that defined 2009 will remain in place through 2010, but the global economic slowdown will continue to present the greatest challenge to resuming normal business operations at home and abroad, according to a report released today by iJET Intelligent Risk Systems.

The major risks that captured headlines last year still present a threat to business, including piracy and shipping threats in the Gulf of Aden, drug violence in Mexico and the continued spread of the H1N1 virus, according to iJET, which provides global intelligence and business resiliency services.