LPM Online’s February 2018 Issue Is All about Cyber Fraud

The February 2018 edition of LPM Online is focused on cyber fraud and data protection. Here’s a look at the excellent articles in this issue. Please don’t skip over the advertisements and sponsored content that make this publication possible.

Cyber Threats on the Payroll: Methods and Motivations of Insiders
LPM’s Garett Seivold looks at studies by Kroll, KPMG, and others that highlight the role of insiders in retail cyber theft.

10 Helpful Approaches to Prevent Cyber Crime
The CERT Insider Threat Center at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, offers ten best practices that LP and retail executives should consider to help prevent insider cyber crime.

Stop Trying to Prevent a Cyber Incident and Start Planning for One
Tom Meehan, CFI, discusses the role of LP and AP in both the prevent and response to cyber incidents, including five things to consider in investigating a cyber incident.

2018 Update on Credit Card Fraud
LPM’s Bill Turner, LPC, provides an update on credit card fraud news and statistics that are constantly evolving—not necessarily in a good way.

Cyber Crime: The Dark Truth for Retailers
LPM’s Jacque Brittain, LPC, takes a look into the dark web and how it is accessed to commit retail crimes.

6 Cyber Security Tips for Staying Secure While Traveling
Two executives from Verisk Retail offer six simple steps to keeping personal and company information safe and secure while on the road.

If you’ve missed any of our previous LPM Online editions, go to the Archives page at the end of the edition to see what you’ve missed. Be sure to be an LPM digital subscriber so you are the first to know when new issues are available. If you haven’t already, sign up on the SUBSCRIBE NOW link at LossPreventionMedia.com. If you would like a free subscription to our award-winning print magazine, go to LPMsubscription.com.

This post was originally published in 2018 and was updated March 15, 2018. 

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