Equifax has announced that a data breach between mid-May and July has potentially affected 143 million Americans whose Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, birth dates and addresses were compromised, along with credit card numbers of about 209,000 consumers. According to the report, the personal identifying information of approximately 182,000 U.S. customers involved in credit card disputes was also compromised. The breach is one of the worst ever because of its reach and the kind of information that was exposed.
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It seems product recalls are now the norm on a wide range of products from cellphones to ATVs, high heels, children’s clothing, and more. In one week, the CPSC reported several recalls on its website: incorrect venting Nutrilife® hydrogen peroxide bottles cause fires or burns; By Gary Barraco, Director, Global Product Marketing, Amber Road
Retailers are bombarded with so many new technologies it’s difficult to keep up. Each new tool or platform makes bold claims of transformative capabilities. By Sunny Lu, Co-founder & CEO, VeChain
Retail is one of the most frequently targeted sectors for data breaches. In fact, it is the industry with the largest single share of incidents investigated in Trustwave’s Annual Global Security Report for two years running. By Tim Critchley, CEO, Semafone
The effective utilization of technology, both software and hardware, is essential to the success of every retail loss prevention leader. However, it is important to understand that technology, like anything, is only as good as how it is utilized. Technology is an enabler that impacts all areas of your responsibility. It includes everything starting with all company data bases and hardware and ending with LP specific technology. It enables you and your teams to work smarter, faster, and more efficiently.
If you’re a merchant who accepts credit cards, you know you’re obliged to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). You’ve also undoubtedly read about the credit card breach settlements, identity theft precautions, and other hassles that Home Depot, Target, and other payment victims have endured.
Video surveillance systems have some unique requirements that set them apart from other types of enterprise applications. Determining where and how the cloud can support these systems depends on a set of five primary requirements: bandwidth, storage, cost, security and accessibility. This paper outlines some of the key considerations mid- and large-sized enterprises need to examine before deciding to move their video surveillance systems into the cloud — and looks at how they can leverage cloud capabilities for video in the meantime.
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Inventory management using fixed RFID readers provides accurate, real-time inventory data, which benefits retailers in terms of revenue and gross profit uplift, shrinkage and more. This is why many retailers are implementing an item-level tagging RFID solution for inventory tracking.
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How security and loss prevention professionals can guide the company toward increased profitability through more wide-scale video adoption.
Is your retail loss prevention strategy as up to date as your inventory, services and marketing? If not, it could be affecting your bottom line. Many companies overlook how newer technologies may impact their loss prevention strategies. Today’s smartphones are a good example. They have emerged as a preferred, and successful, tool of the dishonest. Having a well-defined smartphone policy can help protect your profits.
When budgets are tight, everyone in the organization needs to fight a little harder for a share of the company’s resources. In retail businesses, it’s even tougher for the loss prevention (LP) organization, which is often hard-pressed to justify the value of new technology investments to others in the company.
Why should retailers invest in video surveillance when they could use that money to hire another employee or run a customer promotion? Because a well-designed surveillance system can help them find costly inefficiencies, shrink and other problems in just minutes a day – increasing revenues and profits as a result.