Michael Loox, CFI was named Director of
for BLD Brands, LLC.
Michael was previously the Director of Loss Prevention & Safety for The Coffee
Bean & Tea Leaf before taking this new position at this fast-growing restaurant
investmant and operations company. Michael has also held other senior leadership
positions in loss prevention such as Director of Loss Prevention for Z Gallerie
and Director of Loss Prevention for Prada. He was also a Regional Loss
Prevention Manager for Gucci and an Assistant Loss Prevention Manager for
Barney's New York. Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and
went on to acquire his Master of Arts in Criminal Justice, both from
City University of New York - John Jay College of
Criminal Justice. Congratulations Michael!
Kibort was named Group Head of Security
L'Oréal has appointed Jean-Louis Kibort group head of security, a
newly created position. The executive has since 2012 been Total's head of
corporate security marketing and services. Prior to that, he oversaw the
company's corporate security of the Americas, Europe, Russia and Central Asia,
and was its head of corporate security exploration and production. Kibort joined
Total in 2004 as head of corporate security in the Middle East after serving 10
years in France's Ministry of Defense. He was auditor of the 24th session of the
French Institute for Security and Justice, and holds a degree in political
sciences and defense.
Cleveland's on Edge - Are Your Stores Ready for
Dallas Shooting & Open-Carry Laws Loom Over Cleveland Convention
The violence in Dallas last week is
intensifying worries in Cleveland about visitors and protesters taking firearms
downtown during the Republican National Convention, where thousands of people
plan to demonstrate.
Ohio's open-carry laws mean that those who legally
own guns can take them into the 1.7-square-mile area where many of the
events and protests connected to the Republican convention will be held next
week. Beginning Sunday, protesters are expected to flood into
the city, with causes ranging from white supremacy to
"Obviously, everybody is on edge after Dallas,"
Brian Kazy, a member of the Cleveland City Council and its Safety Committee,
said in an interview Sunday evening.
Shoppers Are on Alert for
More Than Bargains at Malls
Landlords weigh security measures amid recent spate
of violence in public areas
Amid a wave of gun
violence in public venues across the U.S. and around the world, mall shoppers
are paying more attention to safety.
Some said they want to see
more guard patrols or signs at shopping centers warning of random bag checks.
Others suggested mall security officers be armed.
The spate of
shootings in public areas in recent months has put the issue of security
squarely on the minds of both consumers and landlords, who now must balance the
need for safety with the need to create pleasant environments for their
Shopping centers are more vulnerable than other public areas
like transport hubs because they have multiple exits and people often carry
large parcels. It can be difficult for private property owners to balance
visible and intrusive security while looking to attract customers to shop, relax
and be entertained.
Mall landlords "don't want to have metal detectors,
they don't want to check your bags, [because] they feel like it will drive
customers away," said Jennifer Hesterman, a retired Air Force colonel and a
counterterrorism expert. "What I find is that it's changing, customers want to
feel safe when they shop."
Ms. Hesterman, who is a consultant to mall
owners in the U.S., said one issue she presses is for mall owners to extend
their protection measures beyond the mall and into the parking lot and
restaurants that ring the perimeter, where owners could be their eyes and ears.
"While some security measures deployed at shopping centers, such as the use
of bollards, uniformed patrols by law-enforcement officers and surveillance
camera systems will be evident to consumers, many more protective measures will
not," said Rae Logsdon, senior vice president of communications at the
International Council of Shopping Centers. Bollards are short posts that could
look like landscaping planters but reduce the risk of a vehicle driving into
areas packed with people.
Shopping-center owners in the U.S. consider
metal-detector screening a drastic step for now, even though it is common in
countries like Israel and Turkey.
Agilence Featured in
CIOReview for Exceptional Retail Technology
Agilence, Inc., the leader in cloud-based data analytics and loss prevention
solutions for retail and restaurant operations, today announced its feature in
July special retail issue of CIOReview. In the same issue CIOReview
names Agilence as one of the "20 Most Promising Retail Technology Solution
Providers for 2016."
Analytics as a unified analytics platform that brings an unprecedented level
of actionable business insight to a growing number of industries.
The Zellman Group and the International Association of Chiefs of Police
The Zellman Group, LLC is sponsoring the 123rd
International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference and
Exposition in San Diego, California. The IACP Annual Conference and Exposition
is the largest gathering of police officers in the United States. Currently the
IACP has over 20,000 members, made up exclusively of police officers who have
held executive roles in police agencies. The IACP is dedicated to advancing the
law enforcement profession through advocacy, outreach, education, and programs.
The Zellman Group has a long history of working closely with police, especially
through their work in
Organized Retail Crime (ORC) Recovery.
At the conference,
CEO Stuart Levine, and Director of ORC Recovery Bill Ramos, will be discussing
growing problem that is ORC and the importance of police involvement in
ORC/ORT. "The relationship with Federal and local Law Enforcement leadership is
instrumental in bringing ORC/ORT cases forward for prosecution and eventual
recovery. Our sponsorship with the International Association of Chiefs of Police
ensures this continued networking to support the retail industry," Levine
In a study conducted by the National Retail Federation in 2015, 97% of surveyed
retailers were victims of Organized Retail Crime. Out of every $1 billion in
annual sales $453,940 was lost from ORC. Out of those retailers surveyed, 78.8%
support the need for federal ORC legislation. In states with ORC legislation,
approximately half of retailers surveyed note that ORC laws are having a
positive impact from increased support from law enforcement.
Globally, nearly 1 in 3
consumers victimized by card fraud
highest rate of fraud, followed by Brazil and the U.S., according to the
report. The U.S. was the only country to remain on the top three list both
years, due in part to being slow to roll out EMV chip cards and security
challenges with skimming and data breaches.
Seventeen percent of the
debit and credit card holders in the survey said they experienced fraud multiple
times during the past five years. The study also found 54 percent of consumers
globally exhibit at least one risky behavior, such as keeping a PIN with a
Services launches autonomous robot service
Protection Service has launched a new autonomous robot Machine as a Service
offering for customers, adding mobile machines as another tool for situational
awareness. The agreement with Knightscope will make the company's K5 and K3
robot models available customers in California this year. A national rollout is
set for 2017.
Both Knightscope models offer a physical presence as a
crime deterrent, real-time video and audio, and a human interface. The K5 model
is designed for outdoor applications such as parking lots and campuses, while
the K3 is designed for indoor security at such facilities as office towers,
warehouses, distribution centers and data centers.
robot Machine as a Service offering is all inclusive for customers. In addition,
Universal security officers will be trained and certified to ensure seamless
integration into existing security programs. canadiansecuritymag.com
Director Loss Prevention -
Store Operations with Ulta Beauty, Bolingbrook, IL., reposted on LinkedIn today
The Director, Loss Prevention - Store Operations is responsible for leading and
inspiring a team of Regional Loss Prevention Managers and Area Loss Prevention
Managers and coordinating Loss Prevention efforts for the largest beauty
retailer in the United States.
This includes fostering positive
relationships with Store Operations and working with Business Partners to drive
Loss Prevention programs and improvements to store performance, including store
inventory, shrink losses, safety, and operational excellence. Monitors Company
and industry business metrics and acts on behalf of the Company to prevent,
minimize, and/or recover losses when they occur. Supports and monitors ORC
investigations, burglary prevention efforts, physical security and technology
enterprise wide. Assists the Vice President, Loss Prevention in the development
of World Class Loss Prevention programs. Reviews the quality of work performed
by the Loss Prevention Field Team to ensure that department standards and
procedures are followed. Store-centric commitment to guests and associates
focusing on service and sales. kronostm.com
Director Loss Prevention for
Gold's Gyms in Dallas, TX. posted today
The National Loss Prevention Director will create and lead Loss
Prevention programs for corporate owned/managed units. Create and review Loss
Prevention program processes in stores to drive shrink reduction and bottom line
profits. Provides leadership to operations teams and stores in the management of
This is an exciting opportunity for a seasoned
Director to work in close partnership with senior management to create new,
innovative approaches to ensuring prevention and safety across the company.
Gold's Gym, which first opened in Venice Beach, California in 1965,
has more than 600 gyms in some 30 countries, with franchises accounting
for most of its locations. The chain boasts more than 3 million members. icims.com
Portal Forges Partnership with
Association to Offer Online Active Shooter Training
Carter's, OshKosh Push For
Nixing Of False Markdown Suit
Ahold, Delhaize deal to
close this month
Forecaster Calls for 3.3%
'Sluggish' Growth for 2016 Back-to-School Season
Quarterly Same Store Sales
Alimentation Couche-Tard (Circle K in U.S.) Q4 comp's
up 3.2%, sales up 19.7%
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The Insider Threat: Are
You at Risk?
For businesses, trusting the
wrong person can have devastating consequences. In its newly released
"IBM 2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index," IBM
X-Force revealed just how pervasive the insider threat is in organizations.
Insiders carried out 60 percent of all attacks in 2015.
In almost three-fourths of these cases, the insiders had malicious intent
and were knowingly stealing valuable information from the organization.
Others served as inadvertent actors that put their organization at risk
through bad security habits or by falling prey to outside schemes such as
BEC Threat Now Hits 400+
Firms Per Day
Over 400 companies are targeted
by so-called Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams every day, with
at least two employees per business hit with an email, according to
new data from Symantec
highlighting a worrying rise in such threats.
BEC, also known as
CEO-fraud or whaling, is a pretty low-tech scam in which a
member of the finance team is usually targeted with an
email spoofed to come from the CEO or CFO and requesting the transfer of
corporate funds into a third party account.
June the FBI warned that since January 2015, there has been a 1300%
increase in identified exposed losses, with the total figure since
October 2013 - including US and non-US victims - now standing at over $3
Cybersecurity firms step
up intel sharing despite issues of trust
collaboration has been protecting companies from the latest cyber attacks.
The war against cybercriminals won't be won alone. To keep hackers at bay,
security vendors are establishing more ways for their customers to cooperate
and share data about the latest threats -- even as it sparks concerns about
trust and competition.
Although CISA has raised concerns about privacy,
because the government will be the clearing house for data that gets shared,
security vendors say collaborating on intelligence can help their clients
prevent the next cyberattacks.
The collaboration clearly has it
benefits, but an alliance in which competing vendors share information
that's central to their businesses isn't easy to pull off. But customers
like it and regularly encourage the company to expand the cooperation. The
intelligence sharing fills gaps in what each security vendor knows.
A major fear is that information shared about vulnerabilities or a company's
infrastructure may be leaked accidentally to other hackers. But the pros can
outweigh the cons.
Companies Wright has talked to see the benefits of
wider collaboration and even expect it from their vendor. They realize
they're walking a fine line between the risk of sharing too much and
potentially stopping the next cyber attack.
Confusion over cyber
insurance leads to coverage gaps
often uncertain about what is and is not covered by their policies and are
often insuring the wrong things at a time when claims can be rejected for
inadequate cyber security testing procedures and audits, outdated patches,
inadequate cyber incident response plan and inadequate backup and recovery
Meanwhile, insurers create aggregate risk models that are
more like one-size fits all policies that don't necessarily fit well with
enterprise customers' particular needs. These pose major challenges at a
time when PwC says global
cyber insurance market could grow to $5 billion in annual premiums by
2018 and at least $7.5 billion by 2020.
"Bridging the Insurance/InfoSec Gap: The SANS 2016 Cyber Insurance Survey,"
a report written by SANS analyst Barbara Filkins.
The D&D Daily's 2016 NRSS Review
We will be
covering various sections of the
2016 National Retail Security Survey,
developed by Dr. Richard Hollinger of the Univ. of Florida, in partnership
with the National Retail Federation.
5: The Cost of Dishonest Employees
Dishonest employee cases cost retailers an average of
$1,233.77 - down from $1,546.83 in 2014. The median also dropped,
from $730.92 in 2014 to $622.
retailers reported average losses in the $500-$749 range than in the
previous year - up nearly 6 percentage points. Losses in the
$2,000-$4,999 range also increased by 7.3 percentage points.
number of overall retailers reporting losses of $5,000 and above
dropped, from 6.5% in 2014 to 1.7% in 2015.
In specialty men's and women's apparel, the average cost per
act of dishonest employee - $978.58 - was lower than the overall
average. The median - $500 - also was lower than the overall median.
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Today's Prime Day at
Amazon - Bigger Than "Black Friday"
Retailers Counterpunching Amazon Prime With
Sales of Their Own
Prime Day expected to do more volume than a year ago, retailers are
again taking notice and counterpunching with their own version of summer
Many retailers last year competed with Prime Day by having
their own sales on the same day. That timetable has shifted this year, with
some beginning their sales events as early as last week and others holding
the events longer than just the one day, with some running through to the
end of this week.
J.C. Penney began its special promotions on Monday,
and will continue with them through Tuesday. Dubbed "Penney Palooza," the
specials include free shipping for orders over $49. Bon-Ton Stores held a
Cyber Monday sales day, although the sales were available in the stores as
well. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. promised free shipping for five days, without any
minimum purchase requirement. On the specialty store side, many chains were
offering its own selection of store sales.
While many sites are
providing special sales, they're also not referring to them as Prime sales
as they do for Black Friday or Cyber Monday so as not to draw any additional
attention to Amazon's sale event.
34.4 million items were
ordered at last year's Prime Day, or 398 per second, which broke all prior
Black Friday records.
Amazon Prime Day Could
Be Biggest Yet
Last year, Prime Day was the single biggest day for sales for Amazon.
Analysts from MKM anticipate that Amazon might even double last year's sales
volume of as much as $400 million.
By way of comparison,
Alibaba's Singles' Day shopping event on Nov. 11, which it created in
2009, last year did a record $14.3 billion in sales.
Two US Senators Call
On FTC To Investigate Online Ad Fraud
advertising fraud online getting out of hand, U.S. Senators Mark Warner
(D-VA) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) are calling on the Federal Trade Commission
to investigate fraud in the digital advertising marketplace. With one study
showing that as high as 98 percent of all ad clicks on major
advertising platforms, including Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Facebook, were
executed by computer automated programs or bots instead of humans
in a seven-day period the researchers looked at. pymnts.com
Cartier wins a major
legal victory in the fight against the sale of counterfeit trademarked goods
The Richemont-owned jewellery and
watch house was at the Court of Appeal last week facing off against internet
service provider (ISP) BSkyB. The court confirmed that ISPs can be ordered
to block access to websites selling trademark infringing goods.
Amazon plans new DC,
pickup center in Kansas City
rules against the former Master shoplifting
A Florida man reputed to be a
master shoplifter failed Monday in a bid in
DuPage County to suppress a police search of
a rental car in which authorities say he
stored stolen merchandise. Ignatius Pollara,
50, is awaiting trial on burglary charges on
allegations that he stole some pencils and
paintbrushes from a Lombard Hobby Lobby in
July 2015, a theft police and prosecutors
say capped several days of shoplifting from
area shopping centers. After executing a
search warrant on Pollara's rental SUV,
police found a number of items that Pollara
allegedly stole, reports state. However, his
attorney had asked Judge Liam Brennan to
toss that evidence, saying that technical
deficiencies with the warrant undermined its
legality. Assistant Public Defender Mark
Lyon said the warrant failed to explicitly
instruct officers to seize items of
evidentiary value, an oversight that voided
the warrant. But the Asst. State's Attorney
argued that courts support a "realistic,
common-sense" reading of search warrants,
rather than a hyperspecific one. The judge
agreed, saying it was obvious that the court
that issued the warrant intended police to
seize items judged to have evidentiary
PA: $10,000 worth of Apple products stolen Target
Police are searching for two men
who stole more than $10,000 in Apple products from a
Lititz store Sunday night. The theft occurred at Target,
960 Lititz Pike, around 9:30 p.m. The men entered the
store, which was open at the time, and retrieved
shopping carts and storage containers. They went to the
electronics department where they smashed a glass case
and took all the Apple products, according to Northern
Lancaster County Regional police. The stolen items are
valued at $10,192.
OH: Purse Thieves at TJ Maxx could be in a Crime Ring
Two women who stole
thousands of dollars in expensive purses from a Butler
County store might be part of a crime ring, police say.
The women calmly walked away with more than $3,000 in
Michael Kors purses from the T.J. Maxx in Oxford, and
that could be the tip of the iceberg. Thieves have taken
roughly $25,000 in loot from a number of stores in the
last year or so. The women grabbed laundry baskets
inside the store, put them in shopping carts and then
just walked out, police said. The loss prevention
officer at the store used to work worked at the T.J.Maxx
in West Chester and said the same thing happened there
last summer. West Chester police are not only
investigating that but also theft cases from the Kohl's
Braintree, MA: Three Rhode Island men face charges for
Macy's Robbery, Assault on Loss Prevention Agents
Police arrested three Providence, R.I. men on the
afternoon of July 9 and charged them with receiving
stolen property over $250 and resisting arrest after
they allegedly stole more than $900 worth of merchandise
from the Macy's store at South Shore Plaza and then
attempted to flee. One of the loss prevention officers
suffered a serious head laceration during a struggle
with the men. Following the suspect being passed in
custody by Police, a search of their vehicle revealed
more than $1,800 worth of merchandise allegedly stolen
from unknown stores, in addition to the merchandise
allegedly stolen from Macy's.
Napa, CA: Kohl's Shoplifting results in hit-and-run
A reported shoplifting during the noon hour Saturday
led to a hit-and-run in the Kohl's parking lot in
downtown Napa, followed by a search that netted two
arrests. Two fleeing adults ran over a pedestrian as
they sped out of the store's parking lot. Napa Police
quickly stopped the suspects. A Police search of the
vehicle found hundreds of receipts, barcodes and stolen
forged checks out of Vallejo.
New Orleans, LA:
Woman arrested for Shoplifting $860 worth of Fingernail
Polish from CVS
Dubuque, IA: Iowa
Police get help from Wisconsin to apprehend 3 fleeing
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store robbery crew member pleads guilty,
facing life in prison
Abigail Kemp, the woman accused of robbing several jewelry stores across
the south east with three accomplices, plead guilty to her charges in
federal court Monday. Kemp, Lewis Jones III, and brothers Larry and Michael
Gilmore all charged with federal conspiracy, robbery and weapon charges.
Court documents show Jones and the Gilmore brothers recruited Kemp. The
Gilmore brothers then trained her and Jones assisted in the robberies one of
which took place at a jewelry store in Pier Park. Kemp's usual practice was
to show a gun, tie up employees and escape with watches and jewelry. Kemp
was caught by the FBI after phone records showed she was near each of the
six robberies. Kemp's sentencing is set for October 12. She faces life in
FL: Jewelry Store Burglars cut through 4 inch of concrete, but fail
A sophisticated security system helped thwart a
jewelry store burglary in southwest Miami-Dade overnight. Around 2 a.m., two
people armed with a concrete saw cut a two foot by two foot hole in the roof
at Leon Jewelry located in a strip mall on Miller Drive at 94th Avenue. When
the store's owner heard something suspicious coming from the security system
monitor in his home he called the police to report a break in. Police say
the burglars cut through about four inches of concrete and were able to get
into the store's attic, but not into the store itself. They believe arrived
officers scared them off. With guns drawn, Miami-Dade police searched for
the suspects but came up empty. They did, however, find a van in the area
with more power tools.
Greenwich, CT: Saks
Fifth Ave shoplifter arrested; merchandise also recovered from Alice and
A woman was arrested after trying to
steal clothes from Saks Fifth Ave on Friday. Greenwich police said the loss
prevention team had Abigail Podlubny of Hamden detained while waiting for
police to arrive. Podlubny had women's clothing stuffed in her bag from Saks
Fifth Avenue and Alice and Olivia.
KS: Police hoping to identify 2 JC Penney shoplifters
Police are asking for help identifying two males suspected of
shoplifting from a west Topeka retailer. On July 8, the suspects stole
undisclosed merchandise from the JC Penney store inside Westridge Mall.
Former Macy's employee
pleads guilty in $3.5 Million shipping scheme
A Florida man pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court to charges
involving a shipping and kickback scheme he operated by manipulating Macy's.
Rudy Rampertab is facing up to 20 years in prison for mail fraud and 10
years in prison for money laundering. Rampertab worked for Macy's for 22
years before leaving the company in 2010 and began operating a CA
distribution center in 1998. In 2010, he worked with a co-conspirator to
divert shipments to shipping companies in which he had a financial interest.
Documents state Rampertab did not reveal his connection to the companies to
Macy's, and worked to obtain approval for the companies to become third
party vendors for the company. Between July and December 2010, the companies
received more than $3.5 million in Macy's shipping and packaging jobs. After
paying expenses, they generated more than $900,000 in net profits from the
diverted business. Investigators said Rampertab and his relatives received
payments from the shipping companies, and that he and his co-conspirator
used the proceeds to purchase real estate and vehicles, including a 2010
Aston Martin costing $199,000.
Pike County, KY: Vending
machine theft ring busted; seven indicted
Seven people have been indicted following a month-long investigation into
theft of money from vending machines across several eastern Kentucky
counties. Each of the seven are charged with two counts of engaging in a
criminal syndicate. Pikeville Police said the seven engineered a scheme to
steal money from older-model vending machines in Pike County and surrounding
counties. They say the thefts have been going on since February.
Levittown, PA: Six Shoplifters arrested
in last 10 days at Sesame Place
Virginia Beach, VA: Police seeking
Macy's jewelry Grab & Run suspect
Wallingford, CT: Man released Friday
after 17 year in prison, busted for 3 burglaries on Sunday
Naples, FL: Puzzling theft of over
$30,000 in Gold and Silver
Redwood City, CA : Dry
Cleaning business owner pleads no contest to $350,000 ID theft and fraud
A Menlo Park dry cleaning business owner pleaded no contest Friday to
several identity theft and fraud charges, according to San Mateo County
prosecutors. 64-year-old Edwin Smith faces up to eight years in state prison
and accepted a plea deal that dropped 40 counts of felony. Smith was
arrested in January 2015 when two customers of his dry cleaning business
connected him to credit card fraud. Prosecutors conducted an credit card
theft investigation where they found 19 customers of Smith's business were
overcharged more than $350,000 over several years. Some of the victims told
Smith they knew about the theft, but Smith agreed to compensate them if they
didn't report the case to police, prosecutors said.
Despite many of the
charges against Smith being dropped, Smith agreed the victims could be
reimbursed for all the dropped counts.
North Port, FL: Police investigating
Skimmers found on pumps at Mobile and Circle K
Sanford, ME: Skimmer device believe to
have been used at York County Federal Credit Union ATM
Gas station skimmers discovered in
Garfield Heights, Ohio
AM/PM - Peoria, AZ - Armed Robbery
Anago Food Mart - Atlanta, GA - Armed Robbery/
CVS - Crown Point, IN - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Wichita Falls, TX - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - High Point, NC - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Elkhart, IN - Armed Robbery
Dollar Tree - Dover, DE - Burglary
H&H Drug Company - Grifton, NC - Armed Robbery
Money Mart Pawn - Houston, TX - Burglary
My Brothers - Danville, IA - Shooting
Naples Estate Liquidators - Naples, FL - Burglary
Pump and Munch - New London, CT - Robbery
Shell- Sarasota, FL - Armed Robbery
Shell - Seaside, CA - Armed Robbery
South Side Tobacco - Des Moines, IA - Armed Robbery
Smokers Express - Levittown, PA - Burglary
Stripes- Odessa, TX - Robbery
Vons - Huntington Beach, CA - Armed Robbery
7 Eleven - Seaside, CA - Armed Robbery
7 Eleven - Odessa, TX - Robbery
7 Eleven - Weston, WV - Assault/ Vandalism
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truly understand or practice. Especially in today's world where we're all
expected to do more with less and corporate America has tightened the
budgets to the levels most of us have never seen before. Having faith that
your performance will bring promotions, increased salaries, and new jobs is
very difficult in today's climate. But we all have to keep the faith and do
our best every day regardless. Because at the end, it's what defines us and
sooner or later our positive actions will pay off.
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