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Garett Seivold

Garett Seivold
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Garett Seivold is senior writer for LP Magazine. He is a trained journalist who has been covering corporate security for industry professionals for over twenty years. Seivold has been recognized by several organizations for outstanding writing, investigative reporting, and instructional journalism. He has authored dozens of survey-based research reports and best-practice manuals on security-related topics. Seivold can be reached at GarettS (at) LPportal (dot) com.
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What Now? Old Problems and New Priorities Await LP in 2021

To what degree, if at all, has the industry’s trajectory been substantively altered—even as the end to the pandemic is finally in sight?
Top LP themes for 2021

The Top 10 Hot List of LP Themes for 2021

While not exhaustive, these ten themes will be central to loss prevention and asset protection organizations in 2021.

In Search of a Better Customer Experience, Retailers Create Cyber Vulnerabilities

As retailers expand their online operations, the sheer expanse of their attack surface makes protection more difficult.

6 Ways Retailers Can Address Safety Issues Before an Employee OSHA Complaint

The Biden administration likely will enforce an OSHA rule that prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for reporting safety issues.

Retail Scores Below Average in Cyber-Security Culture. What Are Our Weak Spots?

A new study finds retail organizations doing a middling job overall with significant room for improvement in cyber-security training.

Top 10 Themes for Retail Asset Protection in 2021

While not exhaustive, these ten themes will be central to loss prevention and asset protection organizations in 2021.

E-commerce Grows and Risk Follows. What to Look for in 2021

A core principle in e-commerce security is that more fraud always accompanies more transactions, increasing retailers' risk.

A Look at Evolving In-Transit Risks and Controls They Demand

As regions reopen and criminals seek to make up lost revenue, an increase in supply chain crime is likely, warn logistics analysts.
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Post-Pandemic Employee Fraud Expected to Increase Predict Experts

There has been a sharp drop in crime during stay-at-home directives and social isolation. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said his city hasn’t...

Mental Health Crisis Among US Workers Includes Retail Salespeople

Government statistics show that retail employees commit suicide at a higher rate than normal and are more likely to commit suicide at work.
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