At the end of the session, Prime Communications will give away a free LPC Course Scholarship to a random webinar attendee! The winner will be notified the day following the Webinar via email.
Security as a Service for COVID Revised Budgets
Prior to COVID the marketplace for technology solutions had been transforming to service-oriented implementation, including security, and even hardware intensive solutions. COVID simply caps off the perfect storm of circumstances that requires every organization to give serious consideration to Security As-A-Service. This informative webinar will focus on steps that you need to take prior to making any significant security hardware and software purchases in order to obtain the best pricing.
Jaime Bumgardner - Prime Communications, COO
Paul Metzheiser - TAMCO, Managing Partner
Businesses are reopening while battling the twin challenges of the pandemic outbreak and social strife. The resulting economic downturn has forced most businesses to cut back on staff.
A wide spectrum of industries, including retailers, restaurants, banks, hospitality chains, and real estate companies are navigating a new environment where employees are increasingly on their own in vulnerable situations. For example, retail chains now have more lone workers responsible for store openings and closings, bank runs, and curbside deliveries. Protecting these lone workers is critical in this new landscape.
Attendees will be entered for a chance at 5 LPC Course Scholarships courtesy of Interface Security Systems.
Using Data to Identify Extremely Subtle Internal Retail Fraud
Few things keep LP professionals up at night quite like internal retail fraud. Employees have insider knowledge of security procedures (and by extension, how to bypass them), as well as access to risky register functions and unprotected merchandise. This makes it remarkably challenging to identify and resolve cases of internal fraud.
That’s why numerous retailers are equipping their LP teams with data-analysis solutions like prescriptive analytics. They know that data cannot be manipulated, and that these solutions can identify even the subtlest data behaviors that indicate fraud, from a slight decrease in scanning rate during high-risk hours, to an unexpected increase in loyalty rewards.