The retail industry poses a special challenge for security professionals. Other types of facilities don’t have bullseyes on them quite like electronics stores and shopping malls.
Discounting can be a perfectly legitimate practice, which makes it difficult to sort the valid transactions from the improper ones.
Asset protection and loss prevention teams can sometimes have an uphill battle when advocating for security glass upgrades on storefronts.
Effective loss prevention methods are increasingly relevant to protect retail’s volatile profit margins, especially as new threats and pressures emerge from the pandemic.
The daily management of locks and keys is critical for security but can become a formidable challenge operationally.
The more information brought into one central place, the more informed strategic decisions can be made.
The concept of shrink isn’t new, but the problem is growing — and so are the obstacles to preventing it.
With so many unexpected changes in 2020, we have seen a widespread digital transformation of the retail industry evolve faster than ever.
Reducing shrinkage is a constant battle for today’s retailers. An easy, cost-effective solution that can help you win the fight is certainly worth consideration.
The “banana scheme” is the self-checkout fraud where customers enter the PLU code for bananas while weighing pricier items. You can eliminate this fraud with data.