At the 2015 Retail Crime Conference
Infosec Partners, along with leading security vendors WhiteHat, Bomgar and Fortinet, will be at this year’s Retail Crime & Loss Prevention conference organised by the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
Meet with us to discuss full spectrum security for Retail and get insight on how we protect well known global Retail brands.
◾Cyber-crime threats & measures
◾Combat attacks by organised crime gangs
◾Prevent internal fraud & protect customer data
◾Limit loss from transport and logistics
◾Mitigate risks associated with in-store technology
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Loss prevention remains a key concern for Retail, with the British Retail Consortium reporting significant increases in customer theft and fraud during the period 2013-2014, with the direct cost of crime in the UK reaching £603 Million. The BRC's 2014 Retail Crime Survey highlights Customer Crime as being the largest concern, accounting for 81% of all retail crime by volume.
However in 2015 the UK Retail Industry has experienced significant cyber attacks and data breaches with household names such as Tesco, Office, Staples, Carphone Warehouse all affected. Data breaches are difficult to quantify in that the overall financial impact to the retailer cannot easily be measured given that the shockwaves and damage to reputation can last for years.
Cyber is not limited to eCommerce
Cyber now impacts all areas of the supply chain from sourcing and logistics, to merchandising, checkouts and aftercare. Even physical security systems that are used to prevent customer and employee theft includng closed-circuit television (CCTV) and electronic article surveillance (EAS) are all network based highlighting the important role cyber plays in Retail security.
Infosec Partners, Fortinet and WhiteHat Security have helped significant Retail organisations globally to optimise their security approach. From Application Security and PCI DSS compliance, to in-store WiFi and Shopper Tracking, meet us at the BRC's 2015 Retail Crime Conference on Wednesday 20th September at the Etc Venues, Dexter House, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4QN.