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Forensics Firm Says Disinfectant Foggers Can Damage Electronics

A forensic engineering firm is warning that using foggers to disperse disinfectants — a common practice as businesses reopen after COVID-19 closures — may cause permanent damage to electronic equipment. Atlanta-based Envista Forensics released a paper last week cautioning business …

Sophisticated Tools Let Thieves Target Specific Cargo

Though pharmaceuticals and electronics are the most expensive items cargo thieves target, food and beverage cargo is also popular because this product is often not secured as well as bigger ticket items, according to Keith Lewis, vice president of operations …

‘Operation Short Circuit’ Results in Seizure of Counterfeit Electrical Goods

A three-month operation conducted by 43 countries has resulted in the seizure of more than one million counterfeit electrical goods. During this operation, customs administrations looked for counterfeit power supplies, power adaptors, chargers, surge protectors, extension cords, holiday lights and …