Workplace Violence: Policy + Plan + Practice = Prevention Over the space of 24 hours in September 2018, the people of Maryland suffered three unrelated
Top 4 Reasons Structured Cabling is Critical Infrastructure It’s every IT director’s nightmare: phone calls come in from end users saying the system is causing
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Bold, well-orchestrated – sometimes violent – organized retail crime (ORC) has reached a new level of intensity. That means loss prevention and asset protection also must rise to new heights. Fortunately, new technologies make it possible to more effectively reduce shrinkage and improve asset protection.
The FBI now estimates ORC losses at more than $30 billion per year. The National Retail Federation polled members in 2017, and 95% said they had been victimized by organized theft and fraud operations, with costs rising to more than $700,000 for every $1 billion in sales.
The key to understanding the ORC new normal is to think like the members of these criminal teams. This article explores who they are, actions they may take and why, as well as fraud detection and security strategies likely to become lasting solutions: better inventory management, security systems integration all the way to the shelf level, working backwards towards solutions, and establishing open-architecture digital security systems to save time and money.
Prime Communications has been involved in the structured cabling industry for over 17 years. During that time Prime has developed a unique structured cabling service that gives clients peace of mind that their cabling projects will be completed with little effort on their part. Prime handles all of the logistics of completing the project including the ordering of materials, scheduling the technicians to be onsite, booking travel & lodging, and managing the installation progress.