Retail Crimes who is responsible?

Perpetrators of retail crime and fraud, come in all shapes and sizes, from adolescent shoplifters to intelligent employees. Evidence that the stores security measures are being breached, could range from disposed damaged security labels, unexplainable bare shelving and account statements that do not tally with sales.
Although many crimes involving theft has decreased during 2012, the cost of retail crimes has risen by a staggering amount to just over 29% and now accounts to over £1bn. according ...

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Retail security: What do retail merchants should know about crime

Why discuss it now?

The Centre for Retail Research issued the ‘Shopping and Crime’;  a report which claims that shoplifting is one of the most prolific crimes in the United Kingdom, which costs retailers much more than burglary and mugging.

Even so, the Global Theft Barometer, that assesses the lost revenue attributed to retail crime, indicates that notwithstanding the billions that it is costing retailers and the increasing incidence rates, there is apathy to retail crime consequently it seems ...

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Data mining key to disclosing concealed illegal conducts, says SAS

SAS Public Security says they’re aiming at an emergent markets for security which accommodates the conventional private and government sectors.

According to the company: “Law enforcement, security and border agencies globally, confront many challenges; from administering the colossal amount of data that is required to be entered into different systems and superior requirements for precise and timely information, through to sharing data in a rapid and competent means with different authorities and departments on a regional and worldwide ...

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Untried security categorisations may confuse government departments

Public and private sector providers London have been advised of the risks of ‘data dumping’, whilst they attempt to abide by the newly issued Government Security Classifications Policy (GCSP).
Under the recently announced declaration, security departments and affiliated parties have only 9 months to re-classify their data from utilising the ongoing 6 levels of restrictive grading to 3, and ought to put through the modifications consistently as portion of a unified risk-management procedures, articulated consultancy company Auriga.

While ...

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