Reducing credit card and debit card fraud by implementing EMV chip card acceptance has become retailers’ top payment issue in 2016, but retailers are also busy with new data security enhancements such as point-to-point encryption and tokenization to better protect payment card data. That’s according to a new study released Read More
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By Jack Trlica
Separate international summits were held recently addressing organized retail crime in the US and Japan, and common problems of retailers operating in Mexico. Both summits were detailed in the Industry News section of the November-December 2015 issue.
ORC Summit in Florida
A two-day meeting of delegates from Japan and the US gathered Read More
By Jack Trlica
Nearly thirty retail executives representing nine Mexican and US retailers gathered at the Sheraton Santa Fe hotel in Mexico City October 13-14 to share their experiences with the challenges of operating retail locations and supply chains in Mexico. This second conference follows last November’s inaugural event held in Guadalajara.
This conference Read More
By J.K. McSwagg
The National Retail Federation’s 10th annual Return Fraud Survey is currently under way, and we are looking for your participation to help provide the entire retail industry with the most complete and productive survey to date.
Return fraud costs retailers billions of dollars every year and continues to present challenges for Read More
The National Retail Federation today announced the recipients of its annual loss prevention awards – Ring of Excellence, Law Enforcement Retail Partnership and Retail Case of the Year – during an awards ceremony Thursday evening, June 25, that closed the 2015 NRF PROTECT conference in Long Beach, CA.
The 2015 award Read More
A Decade Later, Organized Retail Crime Still Major Problem for Retailers, According to NRF’s 10th Annual ORC Survey
Retailers allocating more resources to combat ORC, Federal legislation still needed
A decade has passed since NRF first surveyed its community of loss prevention and security executives about the impact organized retail crime has on their company, and with the release of the 2014 survey, it’s evident that the $30 billion Read More
Eight in 10 Retailers Agree Organized Retail Crime Activity Has Increased in Past Three Years
-NRF Survey also finds store merchandise credit/gift card fraud is troubling new problem for retailers-
Savvy, confident organized retail crime gangs – who steal billions of dollars worth of merchandise each year only to sell that merchandise Read More