Shoplifting by dishonest customers or retail employees is the cause of more than 78 per cent of shrinkage, a new report has revealed.
Loss prevention company Vitag has launched an online store to provide discount retail security products to Australian retailers.
Six McDonald’s restaurants in NSW have installed a robbery prevention system to catch burglars in the act via an invisible DNA spray.
For the second year, a Verizon report has found that too many retailers that are struggling to comply with payment card security standards, putting consumer's confidential information at risk.
When you understand the way your customers think, you can better understand the way they shop and then easily adapt your store to facilite their needs.
Research commission by ADT Security has revealed almost half of small business employees admit they or their colleagues provide discount or freebies to friends and family.
Also named on the list of the top five greatest threats for 2011 were mobile devices, social search, applications and the cloud.
Pure Profile, on behalf of ADT Security, surveyed 500 Australian small business owners during June to July 2010 and found that a majority suffer financially as a result of crime.
Moreton Bay Regional Council has contracted with Link Security Group to deploy an extensive wireless IP video surveillance network to areas that encompass retail businessess.
Places of mass gathering, such as shopping centres, can be attractive targets for all levels of crime.
More than eighty companies have already secured their place at Security 2010, including Bosch Security Systems, Hills Industries, Motorola and Sony.