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Emerging Technologies

In the second in a series of industry-focused benchmarking surveys, the authors present a few key findings from a new study of how some of the biggest retailers in the US are using a range of emerging technologies to manage the problem of loss prevention.
Background
Loss prevention practitioners have a long   Read More


A New Chapter in Retail

Following are a few article summaries that can provide you with a small taste of the original content available to you every day through our daily digital offerings, which are offered free through LossPreventionMedia.com. In addition to our daily newsletter, a comprehensive library of original content is available to our   Read More


Biometrics: One Type of Employee Theft Insurance?

Biometrics: One Type of Employee Theft Insurance?

For retailers around the globe, one of the greatest sources of loss comes from the inside. The problems of employee dishonesty and payroll fraud are real. According to the Jack L. Hayes International 25th Annual Retail Theft Survey, internal theft issues are increasing at a rate of 5.5 percent every year and   Read More


The Big Picture

The Big Picture

Why should video be high on loss prevention’s list of priorities? Because a fundamental change has created a wave of innovation and will fuel advances for years to come.

Once, back when Canon made a splash with its “Image is Everything” advertising campaign, it really was. CCTV offered images of sales   Read More


StopLift Detects 1.5 Million Incidents of Unscanned Items at Checkouts Worldwide

StopLift Detects 1.5 Million Incidents of Unscanned Items at Checkouts Worldwide

StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has now detected more than 1.5 million incidents of scan-avoidance at both manned and self-checkouts at retailers around the world.

StopLift’s Scan-It-All™ video recognition technology has confirmed more than 1.5 million-plus incidents, which include “sweethearting”, when cashiers pretend to scan merchandise but deliberately bypass the scanner, thus   Read More