From cyber attacks and organized retail crime, to the explosive growth of omni-channel and digital currencies, there is no shortage of new challenges facing retailers today.
In the days of analog DVR-based surveillance systems, the biggest worries retailers faced were equipment failure and theft of the recording medium.
Davenport Hotels has relied on an analog video surveillance system for the existing hotel facilities and structures. For the new Davenport Grand Hotel, hotel management wanted to ensure the safety and security of its guests, employees, and visitors while helping to prevent theft and other loss.
The Mall at Millenia in Orlando, Florida uses its good reputation to prevent crime at the facility.
The winter holiday season is a highly anticipated double-edged sword for retailers. During this time period, brick-and-mortar stores earn a large chunk of annual revenue, and the aggregated sales statistics from big-box stores can often serve as a gauge for how the economy is faring overall.
Today’s retailers, both large and small, are tasked with increasing awareness in their stores to best control crowds, reduce theft and minimize liability.
Absolute Software Corporation has released their top four theft recoveries in 2015.
Car dealerships present a complex security challenge because they stock high-end models for the public to see, placing high-value assets out in the open where theft and damage can occur.
In the minutes, hours and days that follow a widespread, widely publicized data breach, most companies scramble to increase their security measures in an effort to overcompensate for their lack of proactive preparation.
There are many challenges associated with securing Specialized including theft protection and loss prevention, general security for employees, and protecting the company’s highly confidential trade secrets which are safeguarded at headquarters.
The suspect tried to run the guard over with a stolen car.
Sci-fi-like, crime-fighting robots act as roaming security guards all across Silicon Valley.
To take bite out of estimated $14 billion in annual lost restaurant revenue.
When it comes to IP video, too many customers base their buying decisions on the sizzle and not the steak. While the sizzle may tantalize, it’s the steak that satisfies your hunger.
No matter where you look in the retail sector today, the market seems to be in a perpetual state of transition when it comes to security.
Today’s retail and distribution centers face a growing number of risks that make safeguarding employees and reducing shrink a challenge. These organizations often must balance security and loss prevention with their goal of maintaining an employee-friendly work environment that is free from discrimination and privacy concerns.
Security efforts often hindered by losses related to theft, damage or other factors.
Real-time loss event data improves merchandise protection.
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Users who have auto-reload setup on their digital card might be vulnerable.