Tag: cyber crime


Taking a Data-Centric Role to Add Value to Your Company

Taking a Data-Centric Role to Add Value to Your Company

EDITOR’S NOTE: Dan Faketty is vice president of asset protection for Southeastern Grocers based in Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to moving into a leadership role with Winn-Dixie in 2005, he was vice president of loss prevention at Harris Teeter, director of loss control for Super Kmart Centers, and regional LP manager   Read More


Where Do Retail Data Protection Issues Start?

Where Do Retail Data Protection Issues Start?

Retail asset protection professionals are no longer responsible only for the protection of physical assets. More and more, criminal activity centers on the theft of information—whether that data is personal, financial, or even intellectual property or business-related. It behooves us, as AP and LP pros, to know where data protection   Read More


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

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   Read More


10 Approaches to Insider Threat Protection

10 Approaches to Insider Threat Protection

Today’s retailers face a variety of security risks, not least of which is the insider threat of cyber crime committed by employees or temporary staff. In fact, according to Kroll’s most recent Global Fraud & Risk Report, insider or employee data theft is the second-most common type of cyber incident in   Read More


LPM Insider’s Top 5 Data Protection Articles of 2017

LPM Insider’s Top 5 Data Protection Articles of 2017

The Hacktivist Threat in 2017
Retail organizations are increasingly finding themselves as the target of hacktivist attacks.

By Garett Seivold

If not before, when the President of the United States lobbed Twitter attacks against Nordstrom for merchandising decisions related to his daughter’s fashion line, it became clear: it’s getting extremely difficult for retailers   Read More