was promoted to Director, Loss Prevention Operations
for Family Dollar. Ryan was previously the
Senior Manager, Loss Prevention Operations before earning this promotion! He has
been with Family Dollar since 2008 and has held such positions as Senior Loss
Prevention Analyst, and Loss Prevention Manager, Project Development and
Support. Ryan also worked at Target as an Executive Team Leader - Assets
Protection. Ryan earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the
University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Belk College of Business.
Here are the 21 Executives 'Moving Up'
as reported in the Daily in February
named Scott Martyka, CFI, CRT Corporate Loss Prevention Manager.
Bed Bath & Beyond named Walter
Dubose Sr. Manager of LP.
Canadian Tire promoted Tom
Rousseau to Vice President, Corporate Security and Loss Prevention.
Gordman's named Kirk VanZee Vice
President of Loss Prevention, Risk Management and Facilities.
Harris Teeter promoted Ryan
Bauss, CFI to Director of Asset Protection.
La Quinta Inns & Suites named
Vince Vittatoe Director - Corporate Security & Loss Prevention.
(Sunglass Hut, Sunglass Hut Canada, and Apex)
promoted Millie Kresevich to Director,
Mattress Firm promoted Maurice
Edwards, CFI to SVP, Enterprise Risk Management.
Nestle Nespresso named Jose
Montoya Corporate Loss Prevention Manager.
Rite Aid promoted David Pimer to
Senior Divisional Director of Asset Protection, Division 4.
Rite Aid promoted Sandy Chandler
to Senior Divisional Director of Asset Protection, Division 1.
Rite Aid promoted Daniel Davies,
CFI to Senior Divisional Director of Asset Protection, Division 3.
Rite Aid promoted Michael
McKinney to Senior Divisional Director of Asset Protection, Division
Sears, Roebuck and Company
promoted Brad Buckley to Director of Asset Protection - Retail
Sephora promoted Mike Truax to
Director of Field Loss Prevention.
Se-Kure Controls promoted Mike Campbell to Executive Vice
President, US Sales.
T-Mobile named Tamara Locke Loss
Prevention Investigations Manager.
Target named Oscar Arango
Director of Assets Protection.
Universal Surveillance Systems (USS)
promoted Brent Onan to Vice President of Sales.
Wal-Mart U.S. promoted Joe
Schrauder to East Business Unit Sr. Director of Asset Protection.
Walmart promoted Jay Mealing to
Vice President, AP & Security - Mexico City, Mexico.
AG Eric Holder: U.S. Malls Should 'Step Up' Security Shopping mall
operators need to increase security through more staff, cameras and other
techniques in light of threats made against the Mall of America in Minnesota and
other shopping centers by Somali-based Islamist militants this week, outgoing
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said. "I certainly think we have to step up
our sensitivities to what goes on in these commercial enterprises," Holder said
in an interview with CNN that aired on Friday. "It would be the responsible
thing for operators of these malls to increase their capabilities when it comes
to keeping people safe who are just going about their everyday lives." huffingtonpost.com|
93 store retailer - Natural Grocers investigating data breach - POS malware
stealing payment card info Sources in the financial industry have
traced a pattern of fraud on customer credit and debit cards suggesting hackers
have tapped into point of sales (POS) systems at Natural Grocers locations
across the country, according to US investigative reporter Brian Krebs. He wrote
in an article on KrebsOnSecurity that Colorado-based Natural Grocers by Vitamin
Cottage had hired a third-party data forensics firm, and law enforcement
agencies were investigating the matter. The attackers are believed to have
breached Natural Grocers in late December 2014 by exploiting weaknesses in the
company's database servers and then installed malware to steal card data on the
company's point of sale (POS) systems, said Krebs, citing a source with inside
knowledge of the breach.
Target Data Breach Has Cost the Company $162 Million in expenses So Far
7 warning signs an employee has gone rogue
Consider the following to be less a litmus test than a set of hard-earned
lessons in dealing with employees who've gone rogue. Red flag No. 1:
Unexpectedly fails background check. Red flag No. 2: Says past employers
didn't trust them. Red flag No. 3: Knows information they shouldn't.
Red flag No. 4: Says they can hack a coworker or company systems. Red
flag No. 5: Switches screens away from company assets as you walk up. Red
flag No. 6: Never takes vacation. Red flag No. 7: Leaves the company
Apple Pay fraud has now graduated from an itch to a raging infection
Wrote Cherian Abraham, a mobile-payments specialist who is a consultant to US
finance groups, on his blog. While Tokenization, biometric authentication and
on-device secure storage are a fairly impressive security trifecta, it has
turned out that provisioning cards into Apple Pay is the "soft underbelly" of
the Apple system. "At this point, EVERY issuer in AP has seen significant
*ongoing* provisioning fraud via customer account takeover. The levels of fraud
have varied since launch, but 600bps is now seen as hardly an anomaly. Fraud in
the Yellow Path is growing like a weed, and the bank is unable to tell friend
from foe. No one is bold enough to call the emperor naked," wrote Drop Labs. The
fraud works when criminals set up new iPhones with stolen personal information
and then call banks to "provision" the victim's card on the phone to use it to
buy goods. In a particularly fun irony, Apple Stores are favorite locations to
target because they take Apple Pay and sell high price goods with large resale
Chip cards - "More hype then hope" Costing Retailers $25B to $30B to update POS
That's because card-issuers have opted to pair chip-enabled cards in the U.S.
with signature verification at the point of sale. In Europe, where chip-cards
have been in use for years and are nearly ubiquitous, the cards must be verified
with a unique secret PIN entered by the card-holder. Signatures are easily
forged, meaning a stolen card can still possibly be used to purchase expensive
goods after it's stolen. Without the PIN, a stolen card in Europe is much less
likely to be used after it's stolen. Online fraud is still possible with both
types of cards, since credit-card use that's not done in person doesn't utilize,
and isn't protected by, EMV microchip-plus-verification functionality.
American Apparel stands out for use of RFID
The best RFID user-case in retail remains American Apparel but a growing number
of retailers are now realising the benefits of the technology, says Dean Frew,
president at Xterprise USA. The pendulum has swung far enough that RFID is
rapidly becoming the technology for inventory management in stores, and adopting
it is no longer a matter of being an innovator, it's do-or-die mass adoption.
They almost have to invest, and the numbers are there to support investing. When
you compare the proven hard benefits that an RFID inventory system brings with
it (increased sales, reduced shrink, inventory reduction & elimination of
third-party audits) against the softer benefits initiatives like mobility might
bring to a retailer, it's no wonder why RFID solutions are moving up to the top
of the IT spend priority list.
Appeals court revives Macy's Martha Stewart claims against Penney
Tyco's 'Piggy,' Out of the Pen and Living Small
Ten years and a lifetime ago, Mr. Kozlowski reigned as the archetype of avarice.
This helped lead to his conviction in 2005 for looting nearly $100 million from
Tyco, for which he served six and a half years in prison. Mr. Kozlowski was
among the most caricatured of imperial chief executives in an epoch of
white-collar crime that included a number of others. As of now, Mr. Kozlowski,
68, has paid his debt to society. State parole officials sent a letter last week
informing him that for the first time in nearly a decade he is entirely free of
penal supervision. And, in his view, he's finally able to talk about life in
prison, about his last three years in Manhattan on work-release and parole, and
about a future.
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Sears to sell 300 of its best stores - "the dismantling continues"
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Security Now Accepting Applications
for 2015 LPF Scholarships
Company continues commitment to furthering
loss prevention education
PITTSBURGH, February 2, 2015 - Vector Security, Inc., the provider of
intelligent security solutions tailored to the needs of customers, is accepting
applications for its 2015 Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) scholarship program
from now through March 31, 2015. Applications can be downloaded via the Vector
Security website at
The scholarships provide financial support to loss prevention professionals - or
those who have an interest in loss prevention - seeking to obtain LPQ and LPC
certifications. Vector Security began awarding the scholarships in 2009 in
support of career development and continuing education for professionals in this
important and rapidly-growing industry.
The scholarships cover all course and examination fees for retail loss
prevention professionals who wish to obtain LPF's Loss Prevention Qualified (LPQ)
or Loss Prevention Certified (LPC) certifications.
In 2012, the program was expanded into Canada and will continue this year as
well. A total of 10 LPQ and 10 LPC scholarships will be awarded to U.S.-based
professionals, while another five LPC scholarships will be awarded to
"We are pleased to collaborate with the Loss Prevention Foundation once again to
support loss prevention education and certification," said Michael T. Grady,
Executive Vice President, Vector Security. "We value the contributions loss
prevention professionals make to this industry and our commitment to this
profession remains strong."
He added, "Over the years, LPQ and LPC certifications have become immensely
popular and well respected. Through our scholarship program, we're honored to
assist worthy individuals who otherwise may be hindered by the costs associated
with obtaining this certification."
Anyone currently in the loss prevention industry, or has an interest in the
industry, may apply for an LPQ scholarship. Those applying for the LPC
scholarship must meet certain eligibility requirements. Detailed information can
be found at
Vector Security has awarded 134 scholarships totaling almost $123,500 since the
program began in 2009.
Celebrating its 50-year anniversary,
Controls continues to develop and manufacture innovative asset protection
systems that maximize return on investment for retailers. With over 800 products
running the gamut from mechanical security to alarm modules, Se-Kure Controls
offers customized solutions for any loss prevention need. In this interview,
hear from Michael Campbell, EVP U.S. Sales; Greg Saputo,
Regional Sales Director; and Roger Leyden, Founder, President & CEO - who
talks about the evolution of the company and the biggest developments he's seen
in the industry over the last half-century.
LPNN Quick Take #6
Joe and Amber are joined by Tony Mancino, National Account
Manager, NuTech National, in this LPNN Quick Take. Hear how NuTech is taking
advantage of today's smartphone-driven society with innovative mobile
applications like Employee Watch, a solution that adds a new layer of visibility
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Online shoppers excited about possibility of drone deliveries
Two-thirds of consumers expect to have online purchases delivered by drone
within the next five years and most (80%) are prepared to fork out for such a
service. Such are the findings of Walker Sands' '2015 Future of Retail Study',
based on a survey of 1,400 U.S consumers. More than three-quarters (79%) of
consumers surveyed said that drone delivery would drive them to shop more with a
retailer and more than three-quarters are willing to pay for such a service.
Nearly half (48%) said they would be prepared to pay at least $5 per order and
just 23% said they were not prepared to pay. Purchases that consumers felt would
be ideal to be delivered by drone include books (74%) and clothing (73%).
Study: Retail lags behind other industries on Internet of Things security
Only 18% of retail IT security professionals expressed concerned that point of
sale devices were being targeted by cyber criminals, and only 20% were
"confident" that point of sale devices were securely configured, according to a
study by Tripwire examining the impact of emerging enterprise security threats
connected with the Internet of Things (IoT) in the retail industry. The study
also revealed that 35% of retail IT professionals have inadequate visibility
into the security of common devices already on their networks such as routers,
switches, modems and firewalls, and 51% don't believe they can effectively
communicate the security risks associated with IoT devices to the c-suite and
Gangs Dominating the news - Cuban ORC gang busted hitting Sam's Club for $71k -
re-encoding credit cards in 6 states - Busted in Kentucky Two Cuban
nationals who were arrested last week outside Sam's Club on suspicion of buying
items with fraudulent membership cards are believed to have made more than
$71,000 worth of purchases in six states using fraudulent membership cards and
re-encoded credit cards, according to documents filed Friday in federal court.
Noslen Hernandez Guerra, 28, and Julio Perez Simon, 30, were arrested Feb. 19 by
the Kentucky State Police and charged initially with theft of identity and
engaging in organized crime. Criminal complaints against both men filed Friday
in U.S. District Court by a U.S. Secret Service special agent reveal an apparent
weeklong spree of fraudulent activity tied to the two men. Wasson met with an
asset protection manager at Sam's Club to review the transaction and learned
that the membership identification number associated with the reported charge
was linked to an account that was opened Feb. 11 and on which a total of
$55,804.94 purchases were made. A purchase at a Nicholasville Sam's Club on Feb.
18 was also tied to that account. On Feb. 20 police obtained a search warrant
and found gift cards were believed to total about $10,000, and other items. Most
of the credit card numbers on the seized re-encoded cards were from MasterCard
accounts and re-encoded onto Visa gift cards, the complaint shows. Trent
Peebles, senior global investigator for Wal-Mart and Sam's Club, found that one
membership was used to make $57,005.90 of purchases associated with re-encoded
credit cards in Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee,
according to the criminal complaint. That was in increase in the amount of what
was first suspected as being spent. "The total amount of fraudulent purchases
associated with all three of the memberships used was $71,884.70," the complaint
read. Editor's Note: Just this past Friday we posted an article about a
Cuban gang stealing tractor-trailers in Roanoke, Va., that is believed to have
been operating up and down the East Coast and another rather extensive article
published in the Sun Sentinel last week in Florida about how Cuban gangs travel
back and forth to the states.
PD bust ORC couple who had been targeting stores for months - hitting Macy's,
Dillard's and Walmart According to local law enforcement, the couple
would steal designer purses and shoes to feed a drug habit. Amelia Gordon was
arrested at a traffic stop about two weeks ago. She was caught on a surveillance
video stealing items from a Walmart store. Her boyfriend, Richard Jesse Garcia,
ran from police during the traffic stop. It's an abundance of clothes, shoes,
purses, jewelry, colognes; whatever items they could steal from different
businesses," said Ramirez. "I have a dollar amount of money that they received,
which was $3,000 within an eight week course," said Ramirez. According to
Ramirez, she received a tip about the couple from one of the merchants of the
retail theft monthly meeting. Gordon and Garcia were both indicted this week,
with a dozen charges that include trafficking in stolen property, organize
retail theft, fraud and robbery. kvoa.com
Best Buy ORC duo - male suspect pleads guilty to criminal enterprise - two
counts of ORC - $50k to $100k thefts Per the plea agreement, if
Fernandez-Igua can pay $4,036.04 by the time of his sentencing April 20, a count
of false pretenses of $50,000 to $100,000 would be added at sentencing. One
count of organized crime, one count of first-degree retail fraud and conducting
a criminal enterprise would be dismissed. Keyes said the $4,036.04 represents
the value of the property stolen by Fernandez-Igua from the Fort Gratiot Best
Buy on June 8. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers said they found
dozens of unopened consumer electronics when they searched Fernandez-Igua's
vehicle at the Blue Water Bridge in late September. Authorities believed the
items were stolen from Best Buy in Fort Gratiot. Monica Evangelista-Laos, 31, is
a co-defendant with Fernandez-Igua. According to court records, a warrant was
issued for the New Jersey woman on charges similar to Fernandez-Igua's.
Colorado Springs Man Arrested for 8 thefts and multiple assaults on Loss
Prevention Agents Colorado Springs Police have arrested 23-year-old
Eric Garcia for what they say is a city-wide crime pattern. Police say Garcia,
along with other accomplices, would steal high-end electronics and tools from
several local retail box stores. Detectives also say if he was caught at one of
the stores, he would assault the loss prevention members and escape. Garcia was
arrested on Friday (2/27/15), at the Howard Johnson Lodge, where he also tried
to escape. Police had a surveillance team set up at the motel, but when officers
moved in to make the arrest, Garcia tried to get away. A K-9 Unit was sent in,
and Garcia was eventually taken into custody and transported to the hospital for
medical treatment. Police say Garcia is suspected of being involved in 8 theft
cases so far.
Three male teenagers charged with ORC after
hitting Woodlands Macy's for $400
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Security guard shoots 2 dead in altercation at McDonald's in Toronto
Two men are dead and one is in hospital after a shooting inside a McDonald's on
Danforth Avenue near Coxwell in Toronto's east end. Police say a confrontation
escalated and "multiple shots" were fired by a security guard who was apparently
at the McDonald's to buy food. Paramedics were called to the restaurant just
before 3 a.m. Saturday. Two men, believed to be aged 25 and 40, were pronounced
dead at the scene. The security guard was was taken to hospital with non-life
threatening injuries to his hand. Det.-Sgt. Terry Browne told reporters the
incident took place somewhere near the food counter, and that there were between
15 and 20 people in the McDonald's at the time. Browne said the guard, who was
employed nearby, is co-operating with investigators. "There's no doubt that the
security guard is the involved party for the discharging of the firearm, we're
really trying to put the pieces together on how this all played out," Browne
said. Browne added that no one is under arrest at this point.
Brawl at Madison, Wisconsin mall leads to shooting
Police are interviewing witnesses after they said a brawl at a Wisconsin mall
led to a shooting outside. Witnesses said a fight broke out at the mall's food
court and stores locked down after reports of a gun. Police said at least two
people were involved in the fight and one of them pulled out a gun, opening fire
outside the mall. The shooting happened on a busy Saturday evening at the mall
and police said they are relieved no one was hurt. Police are investigating. whdh.com
Arundel County, MD Police release video in shooting near Arundel Mills Mall
Anne Arundel County police have released surveillance video of a car that they
believe was involved in a shooting Tuesday near Arundel Mills Mall in Hanover.
County police released the video Saturday afternoon. The video shows what
appears to be a Lincoln Town Car. Police described the occupant of the car as a
light-skinned black man. Police said they got a call just before 8 a.m. Tuesday
about the shooting. Officers went to a home in Glen Burnie to interview the
victim, who said he had bought gas at Costco, and as he was leaving the parking
lot and pulling onto Arundel Mills Boulevard heading toward Route 295, someone
followed and shot at him. "For some unknown reason, the suspect in the vehicle
next to him began firing at him. This occurred in the roadway here. We're still
trying to figure out exactly the reason," Lt. T.J. Smith said Tuesday. The
victim didn't speak English, so he went home to find someone who did, then
called 911, police said.
Operation "Hogg Life" - 28 arrested in 125 stolen vehicle 'Title Washing' scheme
in Ontario, Calif. The operation "Hogg Life" developed after an
extensive investigation in which O.C.A.T.T. investigators identified 47
suspects, 125 stolen vehicles and several local businesses from information
stemming from a traffic enforcement stop by the Ontario P.D. The investigation
involved the fraudulent removal of lien holders (legal owners) from the
vehicles' titles, commonly known as "Title Washing." These vehicles were then
utilized to commit various additional crimes throughout Southern California. The
coordination of resources from numerous multi-jurisdictional task forces and
agencies resulted in 103 vehicles being recovered or accounted for. fontanaheraldnews.com
Armed Robbery leads to 75-mile police chase ending in Michigan City, IN
A man who allegedly attempted an armed robbery of a Walgreen's store in
Broadview, Ill., was taken into custody in Michigan City, Ind., after leading
police on a 75 mile chase. Indiana State Police identified the man as Vincent J.
Toliver, 34, of Madison, Wis. Police say the chase began in Broadview around
8:15 p.m. Friday night after Toliver attempted to rob the Walgreens store at
gunpoint. Toliver fled the scene pursued by Broadview police into Indiana, then
onto I-94. The chase was turned over to Indiana State Police. Indiana State
Police say Toliver's car stopped near the Michigan City on I-94 but he refused
to exit the vehicle. Indiana police and SWAT teams negotiated with Toliver until
he was taken into custody after 10 p.m.
CA Police Undercover officer arrests serial Rite Aid Pharmacy Robber A
man suspected in six robberies at local pharmacies has been arrested by an
undercover Sacramento officer. Sacramento police said Kyle Cummings, 35, was
arrested just before noon Friday after he walked into the Rite Aid on K Street
in downtown Sacramento and attempted to rob the store. The undercover officer
noticed Cummings and took action during the robbery, detaining him while
additional officers arrived at the scene, police said. Cummings is linked to
five other pharmacy robberies, all of them took place within a few square miles
of the K Street Rite Aid, authorities said. All of the robberies, except one,
were at Rite Aid pharmacies.
Lexington, KY store clerk fights off armed robber
Lexington Police are investigating a robbery that happened at a tobacco store on
Friday night. Police say two men robbed Tobacco Zone on North Broadway around
7:00p.m. on Friday. "While he struggled to get money out
of the drawer he laid the gun down, I grabbed it and told him to leave or I'd
shoot and the other robber ran away," the 21-year-old clerk said. The woman says she did not
hesitate when a struggle between the two broke out as she was standing up for
the business owned by her family.
Thieves smash stolen truck into, rob CVS store in Houston
Thieves robbed a CVS store at Bissonnet and Chimney Rock after smashing a stolen
truck into the front doors, according to police. The suspects crashed the truck
into the store around 5:00 a.m. Saturday. Police are unsure of how many suspects
were involved. The pickup truck was reported stolen around midnight from the
southwest Houston area. There's no word on possible suspects or how much
merchandise they took from the store.
UK: Charity volunteers stealing millions in cash and donations from their own
shops One of Britain's biggest charities could be losing millions -
because of thefts by its own shop workers. Some 'Age UK' volunteers are failing
to register the full amount of cash paid at tills or taking donated goods
themselves. Others have been helping themselves to cash, an investigation has
revealed. Shocked bosses at the charity, which helps older people, have been
forced to install hidden cameras to trap thieves. An insider said: "The thefts
ranged from an old cardigan to thousands in cash. Some staff were helping
themselves to anything and everything. It is understood Age UK last year drafted
in a retail "profit protection" firm to carry out a nationwide investigation.
Some cases have been passed to police. Age UK said it had assessed 13 stores. A
source said it was thought cases of dishonesty had been found at most. Charity
shops earn the charity around $71 million a year and if the same level of theft
was happening nationwide, the sums lost could run into millions.
8 Convicted Over Harry Winston Jewel Heists in Paris
Eight people have been convicted in connection with a spectacular 2008 holdup at
a Harry Winston jewelry shop in Paris, in which three cross-dressing gunmen
stole about $92 million in loot, a defense lawyer said Saturday. Lawyer Philippe
Stepniewski said sentences ranged from nine months to 15 years in prison — with
the heaviest penalty handed to Douadi Yahiaoui, a 50-year-old repeat offender
and alleged ringleader of the heist. In the robbery, the gunmen wore silky wigs,
skirts, stockings and high heels, and took less than 20 minutes to steal
hundreds of jewelry pieces and watches.
Iowa man gets 4 years federal prison for using
dozens of counterfeit credit cards in Sioux City
Two serial armed robbers on the run in Bucks County, PA
Three in custody, two sought in Feb. 5 armed robbery in McComb, Miss.
Grand jury indicts two in pharmacy robbery in Bowling Green, KY
Charges dismissed against ex-federal prisoner in North Muskegon, MI armed
2 rings worth $9,600 stolen
from Kay Jewelers in Gastonia, NC
Two people in custody in connection with Attempted Robbery at Orion Jewelers in
5 Arrested in Bay Area for Colorado Jewelry Store Smash-and-Grab
Kay Jewelers in the Tanger Outlets, Lancaster, PA
hit by a 2 man Grab and Run
Two Jacksonville men wanted for Brunswick, FL
Winn-Dixie Armed Robbery
Pregnant Mother and child victims of a parking lot Armed Robbery at Target in
Arby's - Tualatin, OR - Burglary
Audio Vision - San Francisco, CA - Burglary
BFS Convenience- Morgantown, WV- Armed Robbery
Boost Mobile - Wilson, NC - Burglary
CVS - Houston, TX - Burglary
CVS - Kenova, WV - Robbery
CVS - Philadelphia, PA - Burglary
Dollar General - Darlington, SC - Armed Robbery
Drug Mart - Shelby, OH - Armed Robbery
Europan - New York, NY - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Willimantic, CT - Armed Robbery
Hannaford Supermarket - Burlington, VT - Robbery
Jiffy Mart - Wilson, NC - Burglary
Kroger - Columbus, OH - Armed Robbery
Lord &Taylor - Syracuse, NY - Robbery
Mario Pucci - Boca Raton, FL - Burglary
O'Reilly Auto - Columbus, GA -Armed Robbery
Quick Stop - Erie, PA - Armed Robbery
Tobacco Zone - Lexington, KY - Armed Robbery
Verizon Store - Viera, FL - Armed Robbery
5th Ave. Grocery - Coatesville, NY - Burglary
7-Eleven- Phoenix, AZ - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Mount Pleasant, MI - Armed Robbery
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