Advances in communication technology open up a world of innovation and opportunity. However, they also expose businesses to new vulnerabilities that have the potential to be exploited by criminals. At the Retail Council of Canada’s (RCC) Loss Prevention Conference in Mississauga, Ontario, on September 19, 26 leading loss prevention professionals will discuss the potential havoc of digital retail crime.
Sessions will include:
New Technologies, New Risks, New Opportunities
This session will identify new threats retailers need to be increasingly vigilant in managing due to innovation in robotics, IoT devices, AI, VR and AR platforms.
Organized Retail Crime Networks and the Impact on Modern Retail
Retailers will learn how to identify the methods and strategies of cyber criminals and digital crimes to proactively reduce the risk to their organizations.
The Fraud Shift: Why E-commerce Has Become a Fraudster Playground
Learn the most common types of fraud and the best practices to reduce the risk to businesses.
Action Plan: Rallies, Riots and Other Crowd Threats to Retail Locations
RCC will share how businesses can be caught in the cross-fire at gathering places where looting, vandalism and even violence can break out.
This event is one of only the loss prevention conferences developed by loss prevention experts, specifically for retailers. The agenda will offer highly relevant insights and actionable solutions to help retailers protect their companies.
For more information, or to register for the event, visit www.rcclpconference.ca.