Verisk Crime Analytics has linked up with the Transportation Intermediaries Association to help collect and analyze cases of cargo and identity theft, offering its CargoNet program to members.
The program uses a national database to share information among crime analysts. The company also offers recovery and deterrence measures, while promoting communication between victims and law enforcements.
"Since its launch in 2010, CargoNet has made huge strides in helping the transportation industry become better at developing cargo crime intelligence,” TIA’s Robert Voltmann said in a statement. "The secure nature of the CargoNet system gives our members, their service providers, and their clients the necessary peace of mind to share data. That's a critical component of combating cargo crime.” - Jon Ross