Tag: extortion


The Daily Pulse of Loss Prevention

This magazine launched a comprehensive new digital technology platform last year that offers our digital subscribers a wide array of compelling daily content. Our “Breaking News” content highlights the stories and critical events that affect the industry on a daily basis, sorting through the mountain of available news to bring   Read More


The Debate Over Restorative Justice Programs

A recent article by the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal posed the question, “Are private education programs for shoplifters a second chance or extortion?”

The article begins by describing an incident involving a woman in a wheelchair the was stopped when she hung a child’s purse and other items on her   Read More


Cyber Crime and Ransomware: No Business Is Immune

Cyber Crime and Ransomware: No Business Is Immune

LP Insider has featured many articles on cyber crime, data protection and data corruption. Business giants and the government continue to be the primary targets of criminal hackers. But any business or individual able to pay a ransom to hackers who “hijack” valuable data and hold it hostage can fall   Read More


2016 RILA Asset Protection Conference Recap Day 3

2016 RILA Asset Protection Conference Recap Day 3

Leading off the final day of the RILA Asset Protection Conference was a General Session titled “Bigger, Faster, Weirder: What You Need To Know About Cybersecurity Trends for 2016” with Wendy Nather, research director with the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC) and Steve Hunter, director of global investigations at   Read More