Retail Surveillance and Security

Retail surveillance using network video solutions such as IP cameras helps protect a retail business from theft and inventory shrinkage. It can deter crime, reducing losses and creates a safer environment for staff and customers. This versatile technology can make numerous other positive contributions to the store’s operations besides loss prevention. For example, it can help store owners manage queues, count people and monitor flow control. It can provide information to support the development of better store layouts - via heat mapping and dwell time applications. Outside the store itself, network video can be connected to access control systems, or used for general surveillance of the building’s exterior and parking lot.

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Yorkshire security sets sights on awards quintet

Yorkshire security sets sights on awards quintet

A Yorkshire tech company which is helping to lead the fight against fraudsters is setting its sights on a quintet of national accolades after developing a software solution aimed at helping businesses to combat telephone payment fraud.

Retailers prepare for the season of 'nickers'

Retailers prepare for the season of 'nickers'

New research sponsored by Checkpoint Systems – provider of merchandise availability solutions to the global retail industry – has revealed that retailers will see shoplifting erode their profits over the coming months, as they begin to gear up for a bumper Christmas period.

Corero warns of powerful new DDoS attack vector with potential for terabit-scale DDoS events

Corero warns of powerful new DDoS attack vector with potential for terabit-scale DDoS events

Corero Network Security, provider of First Line of Defense security solutions against DDoS attacks, has disclosed a significant new zero-day DDoS attack vector observed for the first time against its customers last week.

Over 2,000 respondents to Xirrus public Wi-Fi survey reveal insights into expectations, habits and security threat awareness

Over 2,000 respondents to Xirrus public Wi-Fi survey reveal insights into expectations, habits and security threat awareness

Xirrus, provider of next generation, cloud-enabled Wi-Fi networks, has revealed the results of its public Wi-Fi survey report, which highlights users' habits and perceptions of risk when connecting to public Wi-Fi.

WatchGuard takes guesswork out of Wi-Fi security with Cloud-based solution

WatchGuard takes guesswork out of Wi-Fi security with Cloud-based solution

WatchGuard Technologies has announced WatchGuard Wi-Fi Cloud, a secure, scalable and feature-rich Wi-Fi management platform with a new family of high-performance, cloud-ready access points.

Annual cost of fraud and cybercrime tops £10.9bn in the UK

Annual cost of fraud and cybercrime tops £10.9bn in the UK

According to Get Safe Online, the annual cost of fraud and cybercrime in the UK is £10.9bn – the equivalent of £210 per adult.

Combatting the rise of account takeover fraud

Combatting the rise of account takeover fraud

Roberto Valerio, CEO of Risk Ident, a German software engineering company specialising in online fraud prevention, explains one of the fastest growing retail fraud problems today.

Urgent security shift required as severity of data breaches continues, warns Secure Cloudlink

Urgent security shift required as severity of data breaches continues, warns Secure Cloudlink

A recent report from Lloyd's highlights the severity of data breaches with 92 per cent of respondents stating that they have suffered a security breach in the past five years.

eCommerce fraud: A time sink, but sometimes by design

eCommerce fraud: A time sink, but sometimes by design

By Pete Youell, Technical Director, Astound Commerce.

The nature of fraudsters changes all the time. What's clear is they're organised, and are experts in finding workarounds to classic fraud checking. The greatest cybercrime risk, then, stems from retailer and brand apathy towards preventing online fraud.

New research reveals grocery retail’s speed of decision-making is not matching the clock-speed of the customer

New research reveals grocery retail’s speed of decision-making is not matching the clock-speed of the customer

Research by Blue Yonder, provider of predictive analytics and automated decisions for retail, has revealed that most retailers are struggling to keep pace with customer demand, leaving them at risk of failing to deliver on their brand promises in the omnichannel era.

Retail businesses need Retail Security to have their premises, stock, employees and customers protected in a safe and secure environment. Retail loss prevention is used by all types of retailers who are looking to reduce theft of goods and guard against loss of profit. Loss prevention can be through more traditional methods such as visible security measures in conjunction with technology such as CCTV and electronic sensor barriers.