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The Issue of Deploying Technology

In: Contemporary Container Security


  • Girish Gujar

    (Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College)

  • Adolf K. Y. Ng

    (Asper School of Business St. John’s College University of Manitoba)

  • Zaili Yang

    (Liverpool John Moores University)


This chapter considers maritime security as it appears at headquarters, considering how container security relates to the national security calculus, and how it is (not) pursued by the responsible state agencies in different national contexts with an emphasis on how to methodologically deploy technology to reduce associated risks. In this context, it proposes the CRAVE (costs, risks, and values evaluation) framework for GTD decisions, including supply chain security. It discusses the role of technology in container security and illustrates the characteristics of container security strategic decisions. Also, it explains the CRAVE framework, including how it can be used to make good decisions in container security.

Suggested Citation

  • Girish Gujar & Adolf K. Y. Ng & Zaili Yang, 2018. "The Issue of Deploying Technology," Palgrave Studies in Maritime Economics, in: Contemporary Container Security, chapter 8, pages 163-183, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Handle: RePEc:pal:psmchp:978-3-319-98134-5_8
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-98134-5_8

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