Tag: identity fraud


Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention

Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention

Based on another project, I have spent two months combing over every issue of Loss Prevention magazine. Being a reader from the very beginning and contributing content every now and then, I thought I was pretty familiar with the magazine’s history, its development, and the changes in the industry over   Read More


Young Men the Biggest Risk Group for Identity Fraud

Young Men the Biggest Risk Group for Identity Fraud

While incidents of identity fraud and other incidents involving organized retail crime continue to thrive and increase every year, we must also keep in perspective that this is an international problem; and our peers “across the pond” are just as involved in overcoming these issues. The following article appeared in   Read More


Biometric Technology: Providing Security and Preventing Loss

Biometric Technology: Providing Security and Preventing Loss

The ability to accurately verify a person’s identity is of critical importance in today’s heightened security environment. Whether it is to prevent access to aircraft by terrorists, or to prevent check fraud at the cash register, businesses are testing and implementing new strategies and technologies to verify identity.

One of the emerging   Read More


Internet Fraud—How the Web Is Changing LP

The bust ended on a familiar enough note. At a dusty border crossing in San Ysidro, California, a young woman was recently arrested by U.S. postal agents as she waited to cross the border into Tijuana. In her car agents found the five packages of gift cards she’d ordered from a U.S. on-line retailer   Read More