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Target's Rich Agostino Elected to Retail & Hospitality ISAC Board Chair

The Retail & Hospitality Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RH-ISAC) recently announced the election of its new board chair, Rich Agostino, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Target Corporation.

RH-ISAC President Suzie Squier said, "We are eager for Rich's continued guidance as board chair and look forward to his strategic direction and input to help us continue to lead the way as the retail and hospitality industries information sharing and analysis center."

"RH-ISAC's mission has never been more important as cyber threats increase and businesses undergo further digital transformation. Target has been a partner of the RH-ISAC since the beginning and I'm proud of all we've accomplished together so far. I'm excited to continue to serve on the RH-ISAC board with a great group of peers passionate about collaborating and strengthening cyber security in our industry," stated Rich Agostino. Read more here

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Johnson Controls adds new, dynamic visual experience to the CCURE 9000 security management platform's web-based client

(MILWAUKEE) - Johnson Controls, the global leader in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, and architect of the OpenBlue digital connected platforms, is introducing the reimagined web-based client for the Tyco Software House CCURE 9000 security and event management system. With the addition of enhanced functionality for alarm monitoring to the already streamlined search and filtering capabilities, users are able to perform personnel administration and alarm monitoring for their CCURE 9000 system from anywhere, using any PC with a web browser or tablet.

Featuring a modern web design with an adaptive interface, the new web client has redesigned how CCURE 9000 users are able to view and process events to include a dynamic visual alarm monitoring experience. With the new Event Viewer, operators can easily prioritize the most urgent of alarms and recognize patterns and anomalies with analytical event bubble images that are reflected in importance by color and size. Manual actions and intrusion zones have been designed to handle core alarm management functions for critical infrastructure projects.   Read more here

TMA Adds Three New ECCs to its ASAP-to-PSAP Service

TMA welcomed its 86th, 87th, & 88th ECC to its ASAP-to-PSAP within the last 2 weeks:

Volusia County FL Sheriff's Office Comms Center (FL)
Iredell County Emergency Comms Center (NC)
Prince William County VA Public Safety Comms Center (VA) tma.us

Take the NRF's Annual National Retail Security Survey

Retail Leaders: NRF wants your feedback for the annual National Retail Security Survey report, along with additional content surrounding organized retail crime and cyber issues. This data has proven to be an invaluable benchmarking tool to the retail community and law enforcement partners for many years.

Your answers will be completely anonymous and analyzed in combination with other responses. Take the survey today and earn a $10 Starbucks gift card.  

(Click here to see last year's survey results)

Protests & Violence

"A Massive Crisis": Domestic Violence Leading to Mass Shootings
Majority of U.S. Mass Shootings Have Links to Domestic Violence
The Gun Violence Archive is reporting there have been at least 242 mass shootings so far this year. That's more than a mass shooting a day.

We turn now to look at the link between domestic violence and mass shootings. Last year, Bloomberg published an analysis of nearly 750 mass shootings over the previous six years. It found that about 60% of the shootings were either domestic violence attacks or committed by men with histories of domestic violence.

One of the deadliest mass shootings so far this year took place in San Jose, California, last week, when a 57-year-old public transportation employee killed nine of his co-workers at a light rail yard. Like many other mass killers, the gunman, Samuel Cassidy, had a history of domestic violence. One ex-girlfriend filed a restraining order against him in 2009, accusing him of rape and sexual assault.

The nexus between firearms violence and domestic violence is a particularly lethal one. It impacts not only the people most directly affected - intimate partners, children, family members - but all of us, because of the connection to mass shootings.

So, domestic violence has been going on long before the firearms violence crisis, but the combination is much more likely to result in severe injury and death. We have over a million women alive today in the United States who have been shot or shot at by male partners. We have 600 women a year, at least, who are killed by their intimate partners as a result of firearms violence. That's one about every 14 hours or so. democracynow.org

Derek Chauvin Sentencing Update
Chauvin attorney argues for probation instead of prison time for George Floyd murder; prosecutors ask for 30 years

His lawyer, prosecution ask court for sharply different punishments.

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin should receive probation instead of prison time for murdering George Floyd because he has no criminal history, has a strong support network and would likely be targeted for violence in prison, his attorney argued in a new court filing.

If the court refuses to grant probation at Chauvin's sentencing on June 25, defense attorney Eric Nelson wrote, it should hand down a prison term lower than recommended by state sentencing guidelines.

The Minnesota Attorney General's Office, which prosecuted Chauvin, also filed a memorandum Wednesday arguing for a 30-year prison term.

"Such a sentence would properly account for the profound impact of defendant's conduct on the victim, the victim's family, and the community," the prosecution wrote.

Chauvin "brutally murdered" Floyd, abusing the authority conferred by his badge, prosecutors wrote. "And his conduct shocked the nation's conscience. No sentence can undo the damage defendant's actions have inflicted. But the sentence the court imposes must hold defendant fully accountable for his reprehensible conduct."  startribune.com

George Floyd Square Cleared Out - Will Remain Guarded
Municipal workers begin clearing south Minneapolis intersection where George Floyd was killed

The process with community involvement began shortly before dawn; fist sculpture to remain.

The south Minneapolis intersection where George Floyd was killed by police is being cleared Thursday morning of much of a sprawling memorial, a city official said.

Municipal workers began the process about 4:30 a.m. at 38th and Chicago - dubbed George Floyd Square - with community representatives playing a role in coordinating the removal of flowers, artwork and variously sized barriers and shacks, said city spokeswoman Sarah McKenzie.

McKenzie said that playing a key role in the transition is Agape, a peacekeeping force whose staff includes ex-gang members from the neighborhood, is on contract with the city to keep watch over the area.

What will remain, she said, is the several-foot tall fist sculpture in the middle of the intersection that had been a major through-point for city buses and other traffic until the memorial swelled soon after Floyd's death on May 25, 2020. startribune.com

Texas Takes on 'Defund the Police' Movement
Gov. Greg Abbott signs slate of legislation to increase criminal penalties for protesters, punish cities that reduce police budgets

The bills are in response to widespread protests and calls to "defund the police"

Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law a slate of legislation Tuesday that targets protesters and restricts cities' abilities to reduce police budgets.

House Bill 9, a priority bill for the lower chamber, requires jail time for people who knowingly block emergency vehicles or hospital entrances after a California incident last September in which the sheriff's department said protesters blocked a police car with two injured officers from entering a hospital.

Similarly, House Bill 2366 makes it a felony to use fireworks to interfere with official police activity or use laser pointers to cause bodily injury to officers. Prior to the bill, using a laser pointer was only a misdemeanor offense.

The other bills create two new barriers to big cities that wish to reduce their law enforcement budgets. Abbott called police budget reductions "downright dangerous" and a "reckless decision" in a press release after signing the legislation. texastribune.org

Toledo, police department sued for excessive force during May 2020 protests

Virtual Presentation
June 10, 2021 | 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. ET

RILA Members: $0 - Complimentary
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Join RILA for a live webinar presentation by Moderna's Mike Mullette, Vice President, North America, Commercial Operations and his team. We'll dive into how Moderna is using science and supply chain to end the COVID-19 pandemic with a behind the scenes look at:

The development of the COVID-19 vaccine;
Supply chain distribution at an incredible scale; and
What Moderna is doing to help overcome lingering hesitancy.


COVID Update

297M Vaccinations Given

US: 34.1M Cases - 611K Dead - 27.9M Recovered
Worldwide: 172.4M Cases - 3.7M Dead - 155.1M Recovered

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Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 279   Law Enforcement Officer Deaths: 305
*Red indicates change in total deaths

94% Reduction Since January 2021
US recorded COVID-19 cases, deaths fall to lowest levels since March 2020
COVID-19 cases in the United States have fallen to around 15,000 per day, part of a sharp decline in new infections as vaccination numbers increase, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky said Thursday.

The seven-day average of about 15,600 cases per day is the lowest level of new recorded cases in the U.S. since March 2020 - though comparisons to the first month of the pandemic can be tricky given that testing still lagged at that time.

"This represents a decrease of more than 30 percent from our prior seven-day average and more importantly it is a 94 percent decrease from the peak of COVID-19 cases we reported in January of this year."

The rapidly improving situation comes as more and more people get vaccinated. Almost 63 percent of U.S. adults now have at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. thehill.com

If this isn't a Super-Spreader - Guess the Vaccine Worked!
Even locked down for a year this crowd just doesn't look tempting

Memorial Day Will Likely Mark Covid-19 Pandemic Milestone
Public-health officials, epidemiologists predict vaccinations will keep new cases at bay

Memorial Day will be the first major test of the effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccinations in the U.S., according to many epidemiologists.

Last year, reopenings in parts of the U.S. ahead of the holiday weekend led to a second surge of new coronavirus cases. Hospitalizations climbed in late June, followed by a steady rise in fatalities after the first week of July.

"We have seen after holiday weekends in the past that cases have risen, but we've never been in a position where we've had almost half the adults of America vaccinated and protected from this virus," said Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky last week.

Nearly two million travelers took to the sky on Friday, the most flying Americans have done since the pandemic began.

A new phase of the U.S. pandemic is starting, as many Americans make summer travel plans and more states lift guidance for businesses and other gatherings. A total of 34 states are fully reopened, and 16 are in the process of easing restrictions, according to research from the Kaiser Family Foundation. In 32 states, there are no face-mask requirements. In 36, all nonessential businesses have reopened.

"If there is no spike, that is very good news and indicates that the national vaccination strategy is working and that we have reduced the number of susceptible people in the country to below the level where a sustained upsurge in new cases can occur." wsj.com

Walmart's Mask Policy is Controversial for Workers
Walmart's loosened mask policy is dividing employees, with some saying they're excited & others worry about unvaccinated shoppers
A Walmart cashier of 10 years says the company's recent decision to drop mask mandates for vaccinated people came far too soon, and that she plans to continue wearing her mask at work. Other Walmart workers said they are excited to finally take off their masks at work, with one employee saying it could boost morale.

Insider spoke to seven Walmart employees in seven states on the company's decision to lift mask mandates for vaccinated employees and shoppers following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

One Walmart employee in the grocery department of a Georgia store said she planned to continue to wear her mask at work despite the new policy. She said the policy change made her question whether Walmart was taking public health seriously.

One grocery worker in Indiana said Walmart offered her a $50 bonus for getting the vaccine. But she said she's not planning to get the vaccine any time soon because she's unfamiliar with its ingredients and "it's barely been out in the world." She will continue to wear her mask in stores despite the policy, she said.

The Indiana worker said Walmart should continue to uphold a mask mandate for everyone regardless of vaccine status because employees can't ask shoppers if they've gotten shots. A Walmart spokesperson said the retailer would "request" non-vaccinated shoppers and workers wear masks, and "update the signage" in stores to reflect the new policy. businessinsider.com

'Get a Shot & Have a Beer'
America's largest beer company will buy the country a round if it hits Biden's July 4 vaccination goal
It's a campaign that feels like a booze-fueled party waiting at the finish line of a marathon: If the United States reaches President Biden's vaccination goal by the Fourth of July, Anheuser-Busch will buy adults a round of beer.

Just over a month remains until July 4, the date Biden set to meet a goal of at least 70 percent of adults receiving at least one coronavirus vaccine shot. To help reach that point, the beverage company announced what it's calling its biggest beer giveaway ever, one that comes in a "pivotal moment where people are excited to be together again," the company's chief marketing officer, Marcel Marcondes, said in a statement.

The campaign was announced the same day the White House declared June a "national month of action" to get more Americans vaccinated ahead of next month's holiday. In a speech Wednesday, Biden pleaded with Americans to get their shots, hoping to reach "the 70 percent mark so we can declare independence from covid-19 and free ourselves from the grip it has held over our lives." The continued efforts to get more shots in arms has taken on increased urgency as the vaccination pace wanes across the country and as state and local leaders ease pandemic-era restrictions. washingtonpost.com

An Autumn COVID Comeback?
Will COVID-19 Come Back in the Fall of 2021?
The situation today is that tremendous progress has been made in reducing the number of COVID-19 cases here in the United States. Most people attribute that to the surge in vaccinations that happened as soon as the vaccine(s) became available.

The question is, will coronavirus cases start to track upward this coming fall as people move back indoors and we have large gatherings of people for sporting events, in movie theaters, at schools, etc.?

If you think of the virus as being like the common cold and the flu in the manner in which it spreads, I think the answer has to be yes. It is an airborne disease that spreads in the air and there are other common illnesses that start to appear and spread similarly in the fall.

For me, I'll target the end of October and beginning of November as the dates on the calendar to watch and see what happens. All the more reason to still get vaccinated if you have not already done so. govtech.com

A legal perspective:
Unmasking the Challenges: 7 Options for Managing a Partially Vaccinated Workforce
Now that most states, the CDC, and OSHA have (or may soon) lift mask mandates for vaccinated workers, what is an employer to do about revealing an employee's vaccination status? Under any relaxed masking guidance applicable to those who are fully vaccinated, customers, visitors, and co-workers are likely to draw their own conclusions about the vaccination status of everyone else in the workplace based upon whether or not they are wearing a mask. This Insight addresses some of the legal and practical considerations for employers dealing with a partially vaccinated workforce and provides seven options for you to consider as you navigate this rapidly evolving area.

The Push to Unmask - Unmasking Employees Based On "Proof" of Vaccination - Navigating State Limitations on Requiring Proof of Vaccination Status - Additional Landmines if Fully Vaccinated Employees Unmask - What Should Employers Do? 7 Options to Address a Partially Vaccinated Workforce jdsupra.com

Two-Thirds Pick Continuing Remote Work Over $30,000 Raise - WOW
Rewarding Employees Who Leave Remote Work Behind
Since April, global real estate data company CoStar has randomly awarded $10,000 each day to a vaccinated employee who returned to a physical office. Additionally, CoStar is awarding vacations to Barbados and flights via the company's private plane to three employees, and one grand-prize winner will receive a new Tesla.

Chief Executive Officer Andrew Florance announces the daily winners each morning with an all-staff e-mail. He said the daily drawings could last into summer, and while this is a lot of money to invest in encouraging vaccinations and a return to the office, "in the context of a multibillion-dollar company with thousands of staff and hundreds of offices, it's a drop in the bucket," he said.

Welcoming employees back to a physical workplace could enable more-effective onboarding and training, facilitate valuable person-to-person and team collaboration, heighten productivity, make it easier for colleagues to build rapport, and immerse newer employees in the company's culture.

However, recent research shows that getting employees to return to the office will be an uphill battle. Nearly two-thirds of employees would choose a permanent work-from-home situation over a $30,000 raise-one that is contingent upon them returning to the office full time-according to a survey of 3,000 employees from 45 companies. Only two companies participating in the survey, which was conducted by anonymous professional network Blind, saw more employees opt for the $30,000: JPMorgan Chase (53 percent) and Qualcomm (58 percent).

Remote, but Not 'Remote-Only' shrm.org

Minneapolis & St. Paul Lift Mask Mandates

Minnesota COVID Tests Record Low Positives

West Virginia to give away guns as vaccine incentive

Minnesota Passes on Internet Scraping AI
Tests of Clearview AI facial recognition software raises concerns in Minnesota
At least 42 law enforcement agencies in the state reportedly trialed the software

At least 42 law enforcement agencies in Minnesota reportedly used or tested Clearview AI facial recognition software, according to a Buzzfeed investigation.

However, questions about the software's reliability and legal standing remain in limbo, according to law enforcement and artificial intelligence and privacy experts.

According to the law enforcement agencies zero percent of the searches led to an arrest.

Most of the agencies in Minnesota that Buzzfeed and West Central Tribune spoke to decided not to go forward with a subscription to the service.

Clearview did not respond to a request for comment regarding the reliability and implementation of the software, which, according to Business Insider, can cost up to $50,000 for a two-year contract. Nor the company reply to a request to verify Buzzfeed's data spanning from 2018 to February 2020, which was provided by a confidential source.

The biggest impact of facial recognition software being used by law enforcement is a false arrest, but also the threat to people's civil liberties and expected anonymity in public are worrisome, according to Munira Mohamed, a policy associate with the ACLU of Minnesota.

"But what we've seen with Clearview AI is that they seem to have really no ethical practices," she said, highlighting that the company falsely claimed the ACLU did an independent review of the software.

"They essentially just scrape billions of photos from social media websites and then shop them around to law enforcement," Mohamed said.

The company has also received cease and desist letters from YouTube, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter, according to Mohamed. securityinfowatch.com

Baltimore Says No to Any Form of Facial Recognition
Baltimore could enact nation's strictest facial recognition ban
Proposed ordinance would prohibit private citizens from using the technology in the city

The Baltimore City Council Public Safety and Government Operations Committee on Wednesday passed an ordinance that would not only ban law enforcement and other agencies from purchasing and using facial recognition systems but would even bar the use of such technology by private citizens in the city.

Under Council Bill 21-0001, residents would be prohibited from "obtaining, retaining, accessing, or using certain face surveillance technology or any information obtained from certain face surveillance technology."

The ordinance does provide an exemption for biometric access control systems.

While various cities across the nation have passed laws prohibiting police and other government agencies from procuring or using facial recognition systems in recent years, only Portland, Ore., has sought to ban private use of the technology by businesses. However, Baltimore's ordinance would be the first to criminalize consumer use of such systems.

In a joint letter, the Security Industry Association (SIA), the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) and XR Association, urged the committee not to pass the measure and also noted a number of different commercial and consumer applications that would be impacted by its passage, including:

Only one reason listed for retailers - Retailers to speed checkout lines with contactless payment

The joint letter also follows a request to President Biden earlier this week from the airline, travel, security and biometrics sectors, as well as the U.S. business community, urging rejection of a ban approach and adoption of policy recommendations for additional research, development, testing and government accountability measures. securityinfowatch.com

The NCCoE Releases Draft Report on Authenticating First Responders
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has released a new draft report, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Interagency or Internal Report (NISTIR) 8334, Using Mobile Device Biometrics for Authenticating First Responders.

Many public safety organizations (PSOs) are adopting mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to provide first responders with immediate access to the sensitive information they need from any location. However, authentication requirements meant to safeguard that information, like entering a complex password, can hinder access. Many PSOs are looking toward mobile biometric solutions to authenticate their users efficiently. Before adopting these solutions, PSOs must make informed risk decisions on their use and deployment.

This report examines how first responders could use mobile device biometrics in an authentication system and what challenges they may face in deploying these systems.

Review the draft report and submit comments on or before July 19, 2021. You can also contact us at psfr-nccoe@nist.gov. We value and welcome your input and look forward to your comments.

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It's a Buyers Market Now
Best Buy CEO: These 4 challenges are why it's hard to hire workers right now
Working parents are struggling to find adequate child care, and people in jobs that require face-to-face interactions must weigh the health risks of returning to work.

Best Buy is seeing a dip in job applications - although it does still receive more applications than it has open positions, Corey Barry CEO said. There are four major reasons for this, she added.

The first is the ongoing struggle of parents dealing with children at home. "There is a real lack of childcare that still exists," Barry said.

Secondly, "there are still health concerns," Barry said. "And people who maybe don't want a career in retail due to health concerns."

Third, retail is among the jobs that have changed most heavily over the last year. At many companies staff members were turned into essential front-line workers overnight, as unlike those in other industries they couldn't work from home. Not every retail worker may want to continue to sign up for that as the pandemic continues.

Finally, companies like Best Buy are facing more competition for staff. Lots of big retailers have raised their minimum wage to attract workers.

And picking a job during these times is no longer just about the money.

Now, said Barry, "it's about a wholesome set of benefits that we can put in place, and flexibility that we can put in place, so that we're able to retain a diverse workforce." cnn.com

Why the PRO Act is devastating to retail and the American economy
The PRO Act's extreme organizing provisions could strip workers of their rights and wreak havoc on workplaces nationwide, according to NRF. The bill allows "secondary boycotts" on not only retail facilities, but customers, suppliers and vendors. It also gives union organizers access to employees' personal information, which organizers can use to broadcast unsolicited, pro-union messages. See how some of the legislation's provisions could manifest in a community near you. nrf.com

Quarterly Results
PVH Q1 DTC sales up 66%, Wholesale sales up 53%, digital sales up 95%, total sales up 57.5%

Senior LP & AP Jobs Market

Manager, Asset Protection job posted for Family Dollar in Chesapeake, VA
The Manager must foster good working relationships with corporate work groups (e.g., Store Operations, Human Resources, Legal, Accounting, Treasury etc.) to develop and support programs based on data, observations and recommendations to improve inventory shrinkage and operations. The Director is also responsible for developing and leading direct reports. This position is an enterprise based position. sjobs.brassring.com

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Webinar Coming Next Week

Adopting Analytics: Build or Buy?

Join Zebra & Loss Prevention Foundation for a New Webinar
on June 8 @ 1:00pm ET

So you're thinking about adopting a new loss prevention (LP) analytics tool? Great! But now you're likely facing a tough question: should you build it with in-house resources, or engage a vendor?

Guy Yehiav of Zebra Technologies will speak with other retail veterans in the LP analytics space and discuss the pros and cons of each approach of build versus buy. Which solution would be better - in terms of efficiency, effectiveness, cost, level of support, and more.

Join us for an enlightening discussion of the benefits of engaging an analytics vendor versus trying to do it by yourself. We will draw on our many years of experience to share stories of both approaches and guide you to make the best choice for both your team and your organization as a whole.

As space for this educational and free webinar is limited, attendance is reserved for retail and CPG companies only.

At the end of the session, Zebra Prescriptive Analytics will also give away 5 free LPC Course Scholarship to random webinar attendees! Winners will be notified the day following the Webinar via email.

This webinar is presented by the Loss Prevention Foundation in partnership with Zebra Prescriptive Analytics and qualifies for 1 continuing education unit (CEU) towards your LPC recertification or CFI recertification.






It's Time to Rein in Your Ransomware Gangs, President Putin
Or maybe you just don't have the horsepower to do so.

Rise in Ransomware Requires Strong Government Response, Executives Say
A rash of cybercrimes against companies and critical infrastructure requires a muscular response from the U.S. government, even as companies themselves must take steps to combat attacks, executives and cyber officials say.

Ransomware has become an intolerable situation in many nations, Kevin Mandia, chief executive of cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc., said during the WSJ Pro Cybersecurity Executive Forum on Wednesday.

"Pharmaceuticals, hospitals, healthcare, public companies, organizations that don't have the talent and skills to defend themselves-they're getting sucker punched," Mr. Mandia said.

The White House on Tuesday said the attack was part of a ransomware campaign by a criminal group that is likely based in Russia.

President Biden, in his June 16 summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, must push for an agreement to rein in ransomware gangs, Mr. Mandia said.

To fight the cybercrime wave, the U.S. should pursue economic sanctions, technology protections and diplomacy, he said. "You gotta pull every lever on this one," he said. "We have to impose repercussions and costs." wsj.com

Russian Ransomware Crime Gang Tied to JBS Attack
Well-known hacker collective REvil Group is behind the cyberattack on Brazil's JBS, according to a source speaking to CNBC on the condition of anonymity.

REvil - pronounced like the letter "R" followed by the word "evil" - is mostly comprised of native Russian speakers. It is also believed to be based in a former Soviet state.

The organization runs a site on the dark web, anachronistically known as the "Happy Blog." If victims don't comply with demands, the group posts stolen documents on its blog.

"We know that they are protected most likely by Russian intelligence or the Russian government, as are most ransomware groups, which has allowed them to flourish over the last 18 months," Marc Bleicher of Arete Incident Response, a cybersecurity firm that specializes in negotiations with criminal hackers, previously told CNBC. cnbc.com

White House Pressure Hasn't Even Made a Dent Yet
A couple of gangs are distancing themselves - But no slowdown at all yet

White House Puts Russia on Notice Over JBS Ransomware Hit
In Wake of Colonial Pipeline Attack, Ransomware as Unrestrained as Ever, Experts Say

The White House says it has put Russia on notice over the ransomware attack against meat processing giant JBS. It's a sign of quick action by the U.S. government after Colonial Pipeline, but experts say the ransomware scourge is clearly still business as usual.

The FBI is probing the attack on JBS, with the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency offering technical assistance to the company, which is based in Sao Paulo but has offices in the United States.

With officials signaling a ransomware crackdown, two cybercrime forums - Raid and XSS - claimed they would no longer allow ransomware gangs to advertise on their sites, including recruiting affiliates. But experts say any such bans, if indeed they are real, appear to be only loosely enforced.

The ransomware operation responsible for the hit on Colonial Pipeline was DarkSide. DarkSide used a ransomware-as-a-service model, where affiliates use the group's malware and shared the profits from paid ransoms. RaaS groups often develop other infrastructure for affiliates, such as payment portals for victims and dedicated data-leaking sites.
In the immediate aftermath of the attack, DarkSide claimed it would be more closely monitoring the types of organizations its affiliates target. Subsequently, however, the gang said it would cease affiliate operations altogether. Given the heat generated by the Colonial Pipeline hit, some experts expect the operators to rebrand their efforts under a different name

Despite public outrage over the increase in ransomware attacks targeting U.S. public infrastructure, attackers don't seem deterred. In recent weeks, "There really hasn't been a slowdown at all in ransomware," Recorded Future's Liska says.

Indeed, at least 16 victim organizations have seen their private data get dumped by ransomware operators since the Colonial Pipeline incident, he says. govinfosecurity.com

82% of Businesses Worried About Remote Work Risk
Remote working security concerns still lingering
Despite being over a year into remote working and looking ahead to likely shifts to hybrid remote/in-office working models, 82% of businesses still remain concerned about the security risks of employees working remotely.

This is just one of the key insights from a study conducted by 451 Research, which reveals that managing security risks is undoubtedly getting more challenging, with 47% of businesses seeing an increase in the volume, severity, and/or scope of cyber-attacks in the past 12 months.

Businesses still concerned about remote working security risks
In fact, of those who have ever experienced a breach, 41% happened in the last year. This number has nearly doubled from 21% in 2019, marking a significant shift in the threat posed.

Globally, malware (54%) is the leading source of security attacks, followed by ransomware (48%), and phishing (41%). Yet, when it comes to how attacks occur, the message is clear: internal threats and human error are still of great concern to industry. A third of businesses stated that malicious insiders (35%) and human error (31%) are the greatest risks to them, followed by external attackers (22%).

Despite the increased risk remote working has posed to enterprises throughout the pandemic, 46% of businesses report that their security infrastructure was not prepared to handle the risks caused by COVID-19. In fact, only 20% of organizations believe it was very prepared. helpnetsecurity.com

Phishing Emails Remain in User Inboxes Over 3 Days Before They're Removed




APG Vice President Appointed as Influencer in the Cannabis Community

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - (June 3, 2021) - APG Cash Management Solutions, a world leading manufacturer of innovative, high-quality cash drawers, custom design solutions, and SMARTtill® Technology at the point of sale, announced today that Stephen Bergeron, Vice President Sales and Marketing North America has been appointed as a Cannatech Influencer.

An influencer is a thought-leader who can move markets and is one person who speaks authoritatively with many people. It is earned respect based on reputation and expertise in a professional field. Bergeron is an advocate of the cannabis technology community taking an active role and participating in community groups, events, webinars, and podcasts all over the world.

CannaTech is the only event of its kind with a truly global focus that offers senior industry leaders to come together, drive innovations, form partnerships, and promote knowledge exchange. It showcases leading thinkers and influencers in cannabis. Read more here

Cannabis Retailers Armed & Ready - Literally

Budtenders Arm Themselves As Gunmen Target Cannabis Dispensaries
Cannabis retailers have been arming themselves in the wake of robberies of dispensaries in Oregon and Oklahoma that left two people shot dead.

Dispensaries are tempting targets for criminals because the weed can be resold in states where it's illegal and the stores tend to hold large amounts of cash. Even if a state has legalized marijuana, it's still classified as an illegal Schedule I narcotic by the federal government, so credit card companies won't process transactions from dispensaries and most banks won't give them loans - or allow them to open up accounts to deposit their cash.

The reliance on cash in the cannabis business has lead to a niche industry in security companies specializing in dispensaries, including Helix Security, Brickhouse Security, Cannabis Security Experts and Operational Security Solutions.

But some owners provide their own security. In Oregon, Bret Born owns the Ascend dispensary, where two employees, including his stepson, were robbed by gunmen in February. "They had my stepson at gunpoint and laid him out execution style," he said.

Anticipating more robbers, Born has armed himself with an M&P 380 Shield EZ, a popular compact semiautomatic pistol from Smith & Wesson, and a Judge Public Defender, a burly Taurus revolver that fires alternating rounds of .45-caliber and 410 shotgun shells.

"I always carry a gun all the time," said Born, a retired educator who grew up hunting in Ohio, but wasn't in the dispensary when it was robbed. "If they had been here when I was here, it would have been like Oklahoma." forbes.com

Is Your Cannabis Store Ready?
How to Prepare Your High-Risk Business for Hurricane Season
Hurricane season started on June 1st, and every year, hurricanes damage businesses in states like Florida, Texas, Louisiana, and along the East coast. While damages caused by hurricanes can be catastrophic for any business, they can create conditions that are especially dangerous for high-risk businesses.

High-risk businesses include those with valuable merchandise and large amounts of currency onsite, such as businesses in the cannabis, pawn, or jewelry industries and can become targets for looting and crime during emergency situations. Although it is impossible to avoid all damages, it is possible to better protect the business and prepare for hurricane season to ensure that the business remains successful after a crisis.

Prepare for Hurricane Season
Although there is typically warning before a hurricanes or tropical storm hits, it is still important for high-risk businesses to prepare for hurricane season prior to enduring a storm. Prior to the storm, employees should be instructed to board up or otherwise secure the store's glass front or doors. The manager should deposit currency in the bank, if possible, and check the alarm back-up system and other security equipment to ensure they are fully operational before leaving.

Important: If the store is to be closed due to any emergency situation, the safe should be filled with as much of the company assets as possible, including cash, cannabis, jewelry, small general merchandise loans, or valuable inventory before leaving. The vault or safe should be used as a "lifeboat" during an emergency. Vaults and safes are designed to withstand long periods of attacks from thieves and most will not be able to get into a safe no matter how long they attack it.

Emergency Action Plan
It is important for a high-risk business to have a well developed emergency action plan prior to an emergency situation. According to studies conducted by the Gartner Group, 60% of businesses are unprepared for disasters and emergencies, and 40% of companies that experience a disaster go out of business within five years. Without a well-defined emergency action plan, businesses struggle or fail to remain in operation after an emergency.  sapphirerisk.com

Cannabis & Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity Risks Increasingly Plague the Cannabis Market
Following a string of legalizations across the U.S. in 2020, the cannabis industry continues to mature and vastly expand. New Frontier Data projects the sector to be valued at $40B+ by 2025. With several new markets expected in 2021, marijuana continues to make strides toward federal approval. The multi-billion-dollar market attracts many investors and entrepreneurs for massive investment opportunities while drawing the attention of cybercriminals who see financial opportunities and exploit the seed-to-sale lifecycle.

Cybersecurity: The Current State and Why it's Targeted
Beyond the legalization and regulatory challenges, compliance, fraud, cybersecurity, and reputational incidents lead to perils. But what do these risks have in common? Security!

Cannabis is all too familiar with security. The challenging environment, coupled with ever-growing threats, demands high-quality protection. However, most business owners' security understanding is limited to physical protection and have yet to incorporate cybersecurity as part of their security program.

What the Cannabis Sector Must Do Now
Adopting digital security and treating it as equal to physical security is critical. Businesses must confront the growing number of online threats head-on and develop a scalable cybersecurity risk management program that aligns with best practices.

Partnering with the right security advisor who understands the industry's challenges and can effectively handle the volatile cannabis environment is critical in building a cyber-secure eco-space.

A robust protection program will enhance the overall security and preparedness of the enterprise and hedge against security incidents. A well-defined framework consists of risk analysis, security technology, awareness training, and comprehensive guidelines and policies that consider both cannabis regulations and data protection and privacy laws. sapphirerisk.com

Amazon Supports Federal Marijuana Legalization
Amazon says legalize it, ending cannabis testing for new hires
Amazon announced Tuesday it supports the federal legalization of marijuana, and that the company is revising a controversial workplace policy critics say has been used to keep employees working at a breakneck pace. The twin announcements, Amazon said, are aimed at reiterating the company's commitment to being an attractive employer.

In a blog post, Dave Clark, CEO of Amazon's worldwide consumer division, said changing state laws on marijuana mean Amazon will no longer include the substance in the company's pre-employment drug tests and that the drug will now be treated the same as alcohol.

Positions subject to regulation by the US Department of Transportation will still include the marijuana test, Clark said, adding that the company will "continue to do impairment checks on the job and will test for all drugs and alcohol after any incident."

Clark went on to say that Amazon is endorsing a federal marijuana legalization bill, the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act. "We hope other employers will join us, and that policymakers will act swiftly to pass this law." cnn.com

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'We'll See You in Court'
Amazon Faced 75,000 Arbitration Demands. Now It Says: Fine, Sue Us

The retail giant is no longer steering customers away from the court system, as companies scramble to find ways to avoid lawyers who file mass-arbitration claims

Companies have spent more than a decade forcing employees and customers to resolve disputes outside the traditional court system, using secretive arbitration proceedings that typically don't allow plaintiffs to team up and extract big-money payments akin to a class action.

Now, Amazon is bucking that trend. With no announcement, the company recently changed its terms of service to allow customers to file lawsuits. Already, it faces at least three proposed class actions, including one brought May 18 alleging the company's Alexa-powered Echo devices recorded people without permission.

The retail giant made the change after plaintiffs' lawyers flooded Amazon with more than 75,000 individual arbitration demands on behalf of Echo users. That move triggered a bill for tens of millions of dollars in filing fees, according to lawyers involved, payable by Amazon under its own policies.

Amazon's decision to drop its arbitration requirement is the starkest example yet of how companies are responding to plaintiffs' lawyers pushing the arbitration system to its limits.

Arbitration agreements are buried in the contracts consumers sign to do everything from buying a cellphone to using a ride-hailing app. Many employers also require arbitration for adjudicating issues like pay disputes or discrimination claims. The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly upheld and strengthened the rights of companies to mandate arbitration.

The proceedings mirror court cases in some ways, but take place in private settings paid for by the parties, with less evidence presented and no appeals. Companies often agree to pay for initial filing fees of between $100 and $2,000. The companies that manage the proceedings charge additional fees, and the arbitrators, or judge equivalents, bill for their time.

Consumer advocates and plaintiffs' lawyers say the structure is inaccessible and often doesn't make it financially worthwhile for individuals to pursue a claim. Companies say it is a fair process. wsj.com

Target, Walmart announce overlapping sales events to rival Amazon
Target and Walmart are facing Amazon head-on, announcing longer sales events that both start on June 20 - a day earlier than Prime Day.

On Wednesday, Target announced that its digital sales event, called Target Deal Days, will span three full days ending June 22. Consumers don't need a membership to take advantage of deals across all categories, including food and beverage.

Walmart's upcoming savings event, Deals for Days, features online and special store-only deals ending June 23, according to an announcement emailed to Retail Dive. The retailer said shoppers can find "Black Friday like savings" in multiple categories, including exclusive items and products from marketplace sellers.

Last year, when consumers were inclined to shop more online, Prime Day cashed in an estimated $10.4 billion worldwide, according to Digital Commerce 360.

But the lack of membership requirement on some rival retailers' sales events may pull potential shoppers away from Amazon. Research from Profitero showed that shoppers are just as likely to take advantage of sales at other retailers as they would on Amazon, and retailers are increasingly running competing sales during the event. retaildive.com

American Express Makes Online Fraud Fighting Solution Enhanced Authorization® Accessible to More Merchants
- American Express announced today it is teaming up with other online fraud prevention companies to help stop card-not-present (CNP) fraud and make online shopping safer for its merchants and Card Members around the world. Enhanced Authorization®, American Express' industry-leading fraud identification solution, is now integrated via API into Accertify's Fraud and Abuse Protection Platform*, Microsoft's Dynamics 365 Fraud Protection and Riskified's Fraud Management Platform. Additional integrations are planned to come over time. americanexpress.com

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Delaware Man Gets Over Seven Years for Defrauding Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Lenovo, and APC Out of More than $3.5 million in Computer Hardware
Justin David May, 31, of Wilmington, DE was sentenced today to seven years and eight months in prison, five years of supervised release, ordered to pay more than $4 Million in restitution and over $300,000 forfeiture.

The defendant's convictions stem from from separate schemes he perpetrated in order to defraud Cisco, Microsoft Corporation, Lenovo, and APC by Schneider Electric out of computer hardware, by submitting to these manufacturers hundreds of false warranty claims seeking the advance replacement of more than $5 million worth of computer hardware. May successfully defrauded them into shipping more than $3.5 million worth of computer hardware to him and several co-schemers.

May promised to return the supposedly broken item as soon as he received the advance replacement, and he gave false addresses to which the replacement items could be shipped, including many addresses in Philadelphia, South Jersey, and Delaware. After picking up the hardware, May sold most of it through eBay or to various computer equipment resellers, and he never returned any of the supposedly broken items, because he never owned them in the first place. justice.gov

Attorney General Alliance Highlights New Trends in Organized Retail Crime
Earlier this year, the Attorney General Alliance (AGA) conducted an important webinar highlighting the risks of organized retail crime (ORC) to retail organizations, employees, and customers. ORC presents substantial dangers in both the online and brick-and-mortar settings, necessitating cooperative efforts between businesses and government actors to combat this illicit activity. Retail clients should be aware of pandemic-driven upticks in ORC, increased safety risks to employees and customers, and proposed solutions like the INFORM Act that may impose new business obligations in the effort to prevent ORC.

Proposed Solutions: Any conversation on ORC would be incomplete without a discussion of potential solutions-a fact to which the AG Alliance webinar panelists were clearly attuned. Notably, panelists like Tania Maestas, Chief Deputy AG for New Mexico, quickly dismissed the idea of a uniform ORC statute as the panacea to address this type of criminal activity. This comes as no great shock, since the types of ORC seen and the way ORC is committed can vary significantly across states. Panelists appeared to favor collaboration, including between state AG offices and businesses, over a legislative one-size-fits-all solution. Specific solutions were also discussed. retailconsumerproductslaw.com

Manatee County, FL: 104 Felony Charges Filed In Identity Theft Scam
A 23-year-old Bradenton man faces more than 100 fraud-related felony charges in an identity theft scam, the Manatee County Sheriff's Office said in a news release. Over the last few months, detectives have been investigating a series of identity-theft related crimes, leading to the arrest of Christopher Crouch. He was initially booked on fraud charges in February, but because of the ongoing investigation additional charges were added and now total 104 felonies, the sheriff's office said. He remains in Manatee County Jail.

Detectives said that starting in August 2019, Crouch used his victims' personal information to obtain bank accounts and create credit accounts at Dicks Sporting Goods, Lowes, Home Depot, Bealls and Marshalls. In each of these cases, Crouch created a fictitious driver's license utilizing the victims' personal information and his photograph, the sheriff's office said. He then went to the businesses to create the accounts and would purchase expensive items immediately after being approved for the accounts. patch.com

Roseville, CA: Police in Roseville, Phoenix investigating similar Sam's Club jewelry thefts
A crime in Roseville could have been just one of several jewelry heists that appear to have spanned multiple states. Roseville police said they believe all the jewelry that was stolen from a big box store in the city was recovered, but they think it may be a part of a much bigger crime. "Nearly $100,000 worth of stolen jewelry," explained Roseville Police spokesman Rob Baquera. Roseville police said the smash and grab happened at a Sam's Club last month. "There had been entry made into the business and the large jewelry cases that were near the entrance had been smashed, and several pieces of jewelry were stolen," Baquera said. But the suspects did not get very far when police started to close in on them.

"Three of the four individuals in the vehicle fled the vehicle, and then the vehicle fled itself," Baquera said. Police said one of the four suspects got away but left behind the stolen goods. "One of the suspects crashed the vehicle, which had the stolen jewelry on it, on Highway 99 near Lodi," Baquera told FOX40.

Police said the three suspects who were arrested had no connection to Roseville other than this crime. "The other two were located here in Roseville, hiding under a vehicle or hiding in a business," Baquera said. The fact that the crime happened at Sam's Club could be a big clue in this case in connecting it to other jewelry thefts in other states. "It's very uncommon for criminals to drive from the LA area all the way to our Sacramento/Roseville area to commit these types of crimes," Baquera explained. Just last week, police in Phoenix, Arizona, said a similar crime happened at a Sam's Club there, just five days after the theft in Roseville. Four people were arrested, including a 17-year old. fox40.com

Newberry, FL: Thieves steal thousands of dollars worth of jewelry after breaking into a Tioga Town Center store
The owners of Lang Jewelers are rebuilding after two thieves broke in and walked away with tens of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry. This all happened early Wednesday morning, lasted only a couple of minutes, and it was all caught on camera. The two people drove up in a sedan-style vehicle and park near the back door of the jewelry store in Tioga Town Center. A few minutes later, the same two individuals are now at the front of the store, peeking through the glass windows and doors. Then they decide to break through the glass using what appears to be a sledgehammer. After just about 2 minutes in the store, they were on their way. wcjb.com

Elizabeth, KY: Police arrest 3 linked to Shoplifting Statewide
Three Louisville residents were arrested Tuesday night by Elizabethtown police as part of an ongoing theft of products at Lowe's locally and around the state, according to arrest documents. Fathi Mohamed, 24, Najad Ahmad Qumane, 31 and Kehylani Haji, 29, are charged with theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting more than $500 and less than $10,000 - a Class D felony punishable by one to five years in prison, if convicted, and engaging in organized crime - a Class B felony punishable by 10 to 20 years in prison, if convicted.

The three had been identified "in multiple shopliftings from around the state from different Lowe's stores," according to an arrest citation. They had been suspects in merchandise thefts of thousands of dollars worth of items May 10, May 22 and May 24 at the Elizabethtown Lowe's as well, citations said. On Tuesday, authorities say they entered the store and reportedly took several items and then left without paying. They were stopped in the store parking lot and arrested by police. thenewsenterprise.com

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Shootings & Deaths

Avenal, CA: Gov. Newsom announces $50,000 reward for information on 2015 unsolved murder
Gov. Gavin Newsom is offering up to $50,000 in reward money for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of an unsolved murder in Avenal, California. The reward is for the killing of Santos Cabrera on Feb. 5, 2015. According to a press release, the 31-year-old was killed while leaving a barbershop in Avenal. He left behind three kids. abc10.com

Update: Tallahassee, FL: Family mourns loved one killed by stray bullet at Circle K
Trevor McCarty, 53, was struck and killed by a stray bullet the morning of March 23 after two men got into a gun battle in the parking lot of the Circle K, 2849 Apalachee Parkway. McCarty, a Regional Food Service Manager for Circle K and a former restaurant owner, was visiting the store and taking a break outside when the shooting happened. tallahassee.com

Columbia, SC: Execution set for 2nd SC inmate suing over death penalty law;
killed Speedway clerk
The South Carolina Supreme Court has issued an execution date for a death row inmate suing the state over a new law forcing inmates to choose between a firing squad or the electric chair. Court documents show Freddie Owens' execution is scheduled for June 25. The court notice comes less than a week after the Supreme Court set an execution date for another man on death row, Brad Sigmon. A lawsuit filed by attorneys for both Owens and Sigmon earlier this month argue they can't be electrocuted or shot because he was sentenced under an old law that made lethal injection the default execution method. According to court documents, Owens was sentenced to death by a state jury for the 1997 murder of Irene Graves during an armed robbery of a Speedway convenience store where she worked. live5news.com

Nashville,TN: Man who killed convenience store clerk sentenced to 45 years
Daniel Clark, initially charged with first-degree murder in the 2017 slaying of John Daniel Stevens, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree murder on May 20 in Davidson County Criminal Court. The 33-year-old East Tennessee man also pleaded guilty to one count of especially aggravated robbery and one count of theft of a motor vehicle. Judge Monte Watkins sentenced Clark to 45 years in the case, Davidson County District Attorney's Office spokesman Ken Whitehouse confirmed Wednesday. tennessean.com

Montgomery County, PA: Gunman in shooting spree at Pa. Walmart loses bid to escape 25- to 62-year jail term
A state appeals court panel on Wednesday refused to void the attempted murder conviction and 25- to 62-year prison sentence for a gunman who wounded five people during an August 2018 shooting spree at a Pennsylvania Walmart. The decision comes 18 months after a Montgomery County jury rejected Keenan Jones' claim that he suffered a psychotic break when he opened fire without any apparent justification inside the store in Cheltenham. Jones shot the man in the leg, but the victim escaped by dodging and weaving through the aisles of the store. Police said Jones then charged at the store's customer service manager, Akiya Dash, while firing the gun. She and three others nearby were hit before Jones stopped shooting. Jones fled the store among the panicked crowd running from the sound of the gunfire.  pennlive.com


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Rochester, NY: Man Sentenced To 13 Years For Chinappi's Gun Store Burglaries

Omaha, NE: Two fast felons hit 'Speedy Stop and Shop' using a suitcase




C-Store - Binghamton, NY - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Lufkin, TX - Armed Robbery
Discount - Farmington, NM - Burglary
Dollar General - Cantonment, FL - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Huntington, WV - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - North Bradford, CT - Burglary
Gas Station - Northford, CT - Burglary
Grocery - Kennewick, WA - Robbery
Hardware - Zephyrhills, FL - Burglary
Jewelry - Newberry, FL - Burglary
Jewelry - Prattville, AL - Robbery
Liquor - Naugatuck, CT - Burglary
Liquor - Denver, CO - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Hemet, CA - Robbery
Restaurant/ DoorDash - Minneapolis, MN - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Zephyrhills, FL - Burglary
7-Eleven - Kansas City, MO - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 10 robberies
• 7 burglaries
• 0 shootings
• 0 killed

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