Tag: fraud detection
NCR Corporation recently announced that it has acquired StopLift Checkout Vision Systems, a leader in intelligent computer vision systems, to combat theft in the retail business. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
This transaction reinforces NCR’s strategic focus on self-checkout solutions that aim to provide the best possible shopper Read More
David Marks is now an assets protection specialist at 7-Eleven.
Frank Sorgie Jr. was named senior LP manager at Academy Sports.
Eric Rose was named global security, content protection lead at Apple.
Martin H. Lisitza, CFI is now a field AP manager at Advance Auto Parts.
Angela Rueber was promoted to crisis manager, global Read More
We cover a lot of credit card fraud news in the LPM Insider. It’s a natural topic for a readership heavily concentrated in retail and retail loss prevention. But the statistics keep changing, as do some of the suggestions to help protect yourself. So, an update and review every so Read More
Wicklander-Zulawski Awarded Contract by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for 60 Investigative Interviewing Training Seminars for Each of Next Three Years
Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates, Inc. (WZ) recently announced the company had been awarded a three-year contract by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to provide sixty (60) training seminars annually. The two-day custom course is designed to provide comprehensive training in multiple interviewing techniques with a focus on obtaining truthful Read More
Recent years have seen an explosion of consumer products that incorporate artificial intelligence (AI). Self-driving cars, Alexa, Siri, chatbots, Google search, and smart traffic lights are examples of how artificial intelligence is impacting the world. While artificial intelligence has gained mainstream attention recently, AI applications have been “hidden” for many Read More
To retail customers on couches—if they were to give it a second thought—virtual shopping might seem magical. With a few mouse clicks or screen touches, they can conjure up just about anything to appear on their doorstep. Read More