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Partners in International Crime Fighting Cook up Collaborative Approaches to Risk
In a world where we have too much on our individual plates, there has never been a more critical time for collaboration, diplomacy, and international co-operation.
The Retail CCTV Evolution
While the new “anti-establishment” world is rejecting globalization, will retail CCTV technology integration provide the panacea to retail risks?
Autocorrection and Data-Driven Justice
The universal symbol of justice is a Greek female figure carrying a set of scales while wearing a blindfold.
Retail Strides vs. CCTV Surveillance Creep: The New Frontier of Privacy
When, in 2003, novelist William Gibson was famously quoted in The Economist as saying, "The future is already here—it's just not evenly distributed," he could easily have had the uneven development of CCTV surveillance in his crosshairs.
Why Point-of-Sale Activation Technology Has Been Heralded as a Kingmaker
In a world where opposites attract, denial of service could be a force for good and put to commercial use, particularly in retail where organized retail crime gangs and opportunist thieves have had a free hand at disrupting legitimate business.
Scream If You Want to Go Faster
There is an old joke about Madame Tussauds where the curator advises visitors to keep moving through the world-leading waxworks attraction because the staff...
Does Counterfeit Fashion Fund Terrorism?
From counterfeit fashion to counter-culture initiatives: how the little black dress funds the black flag of hatred.
The Reinvention of Retail Stock Management
Between the physical and online space, ever-diminishing timelines, and the possibilities of pinpointing stock on its return journey (the so-called reverse logistics model), you have all the ingredients for a parallel universe where nothing is quite what it seems.
Labor Abuse and Modern Slavery Concerns in Your Supply Chain
While audits have long been a staple of supplier relationships, most businesses admit that they are only partially effective in identifying instances of labor abuse and modern-day slavery issues.
Canine Security: Animal Magic Is Taking the Lead
There are just three dogs in the United States trained to find electronic components with their noses. Bear, an electronics-sniffing black Labrador, is one of them.