Retailers will see ADT Security's new interactive display unit and discover the capabilities of facial detection and tracking technology at the Retail World Conference in Sydney later this month.
A new study has revealed that Australian SMEs have a low level of knowledge and confidence around business security, with 60 per cent of small business owners admitting to sufferring a security breach.
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.
The Safeguard Against Skimming program was designed and developed by APCA with support from the ACC, the AFP and the NSW Police.
The lush.com.au site has been completely pulled with a message advising customers to "urgently" contact their banks and cancel their credit cards if they have place an online order with Lush Australia and New Zealand.
Attorney-General Robert McClelland introduced the Electronic Transactions Amendment Bill 2011 into the House of Representatives to bring Australia’s electronic transaction legislations into the 21st century.
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.
PayPal and Crime Stoppers have partnered up to educate online shoppers about how to stay safe when conducting transactions online.
Also named on the list of the top five greatest threats for 2011 were mobile devices, social search, applications and the cloud.
DNA Guardian is an all-in-one in-store unit that contains a chemical solution, which can be activated either by pressing a panic button or through a remote device.