MOD Pizza, a fast-casual pizza chain, has chosen Interface Systems to implement a comprehensive upgrade of physical security infrastructure for more than 420 of its company-owned restaurants.
While the use of body-worn cameras is now relatively common and increasingly mandatory within the law enforcement community in many countries, their use in the retail environment is still a recent development.
This whitepaper outlines how body-worn video can be deployed in retail to improve the everyday working conditions of retail associates.
Checkpoint Systems has added to its RFID loss prevention portfolio with the launch of SFERO, a fully customizable, modular RFID as EAS solution for apparel with high detection performance to minimize losses and protect stores in new ways.
Aiphone, an international manufacturer of intercom and security communication products, announced that its IX Series intercoms are compatible with Genetec Security Center.
Ritron wireless, battery operated, Quick Assist call buttons are a solution that can be placed near locked cabinets, service desks, or elsewhere to help customers call for assistance where they need it, and when they want it.
Join the Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) on October 19 as industry expert Sean McDevitt, director of CEM Solutions at Everbridge, discusses how to build a better business case for operational resilience.
While retailers have well-trained LP teams in place to identify and mitigate fraud and shrink occurring in stores, the same focus is not often applied to ecommerce fraud, particularly fraudulent merchandise claims.
In the realm of commercial burglar alarms, too many false alarms can have a profound impact, particularly in terms of the likelihood of public policing responding to an alarm.
To ensure you’re optimizing the potential of your physical security technologies, this panel, hosted by the Loss Prevention Foundation on Oct. 18 at 1 p.m. EST, explores a new approach to LP integration.