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NRF to Host State of Retail & the Consumer Event

WHAT: Join NRF for the second annual State of Retail & the Consumer virtual event on the post-pandemic consumer and the future of retail. 

The event will explore how consumer trends are driving retailers to align their businesses, and the products and services being offered to appeal to consumers in a post-pandemic era. In addition to the release of NRF's annual retail sales forecast, NRF will debut new research and polling data about consumers with political and economic influence as we head into the 2022 mid-term elections.


Matthew Shay, president and CEO, NRF
Jack Kleinhenz, Ph.D., chief economist, NRF
John Furner, president and CEO, Walmart U.S.
Hope King, business reporter, Axios
Bill Knapp, partner, SKDK
Sucharita Kodali, vice president and principal analyst of retail, Forrester
Sharon Leite, CEO, The Vitamin Shoppe
Joel Prakken, chief U.S. economist and co-head of U.S. economics, IHS Markit
Ellen Zentner, chief U.S. economist, Morgan Stanley

WHEN: Tuesday, March 15, 2022, at 12 p.m. ET

REGISTER: Complimentary registration is available to editorial members of the news media. Register here.

Genetec unveils Streamvault Edge to simplify migration of existing security equipment to a hybrid-cloud architecture

Linux-based appliance signals company's new edge platform strategy

MONTRÉAL, March 10, 2022 -- Genetec Inc. ("Genetec"), a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, will unveil Streamvault Edge™ at ISC West (Genetec booth #13062). The Edge is an innovative new line of connected appliances that enables the easy transition to a hybrid-cloud infrastructure and marks the beginning of a new edge platform strategy for Genetec.

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The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

SF Street Vendors Tied to Organized Retail Theft
San Francisco to crack down on stolen goods resold on sidewalks

San Francisco will take a tougher stance against people who sell stolen items on the city's sidewalks, particularly in U.N. Plaza and the Mission District.

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday that will impose new regulations on street vendors, requiring city permits for anyone selling merchandise or pre-packaged food and authorizing an enforcement process led by the Public Works department.

Vendors will be required to keep documentation showing that they own goods they're offering for purchase or are otherwise authorized to sell them. The ordinance will also ban vending in U.N. Plaza, except for the Heart of the City Farmers' Market, which would continue to operate normally.

The goal is to crack down on what has become a common sight in the plaza next to the Civic Center subway station: throngs of people selling apparently stolen miscellaneous items, making it difficult for pedestrians to navigate and prompting an outcry from people who live, work or go to school nearby.

"This is heavily tied to the brazen and organized retail theft that we've seen in the city," said Supervisor Ahsha Safaí, who sponsored the ordinance along with Mayor London Breed. "We believe by having this, it will force a lot of the people that are taking these stolen items showing up on the street to disperse. We believe that it will be a great suppression tool."

The vendor ordinance directs Public Works to issue the permits and conduct inspections of street vendors to make sure they're complying. The department estimates it will need about 14 new full-time roles to perform the work, with annual salary and benefit costs estimated at $2.15 million.

"We're gonna lead with Public Works," Safaí said of the enforcement process, "but obviously if there are violent criminal elements, the police department is going to have to come in and support. We're not naive to that."

In passing new regulations for street vendors, Ronen said she was trying to interrupt a flourishing market for stolen goods, improve chaotic street conditions and provide an assist to businesses on or near Mission Street that are "struggling immensely." sfchronicle.com

   RELATED: Supervisors Vote to Crack Down On Stolen-Item Street Vending

Retailers Urge Government Action to Fight Theft Surge
Op-Ed: Save small businesses from growing retail theft
It wasn't always this bad for retailers like me. From 2014 to about 2019, my stores in the Denver area experienced what I would characterize as "typical" shoplifting rates. However, we were hit especially hard by retail theft beginning in the middle of 2019. This was the beginning of our theft rates TRIPLING.

I soon learned that 2019 was just the tip of the iceberg - the COVID-19 pandemic was the true breaking point. In 2020, we lost six figures in sales and were hit with the first of many break-ins and burglaries. We're not talking about neighborhood shoplifters here. What I've seen is far larger and more catastrophic - from both financial and physical standpoints. My business has seen losses totaling more than $200,000 in less than three years.

Just last month, I had to implement a 1% "crime-spike fee" on all transactions at my stores that have experienced the highest rates of theft. Back when I first set up shop, the specter of such systemic retail theft never crossed my mind. I understood that shoplifting was always a part of doing business, but what I'm facing is unprecedented.

Here in our state, lawmakers are considering a bipartisan measure that would require e-commerce platforms to verify information from businesses who sell large quantities of products. Sellers would also have to disclose basic information to consumers, such as their full name and contact information - common-sense rules that brick-and-mortars are already required to follow.

The bill, which closely reflects legislation being considered at the federal level, would throw a wrench in the operations of retail crime rings, by making it harder for them to anonymously sell stolen products online. With basic transparency, it will make it easier for law enforcement to build cases against repeat offenders and bust the large networks that are trafficking in stolen goods.

I'm glad to see that both state and federal leaders are treating retail crime with the urgency it deserves, including Colorado's Attorney General who testified in support of the bills, but we still have a ways to go. I hope that Gov. Jared Polis will sign this bill and also give the AG's office the funding needed to launch a retail crime task force similar to what has been launched in Utah, New Mexico and Arizona. coloradopolitics.com

No-Bail Release Leading to Robbery Sprees in NYC
'Prolific criminal' busted in NYC for more robberies - days after no-bail release
A serial Manhattan burglar was back in custody Tuesday, just three days after being released without bail for a rash of smash-and-grab Midtown heists, The Post has learned.

Morris Gilmore, 50, is awaiting arraignment on a pair of new robberies after being cut loose Saturday after allegedly burglarizing four city businesses, according to court records and law enforcement sources.

Gilmore, who sources said has 29 prior arrests for burglary, assault, and drug possession, was picked up Tuesday on new charges that he allegedly struck again on Sunday - the day after his release - and on Monday.

"This guy is a prolific criminal and this is his job," one Manhattan cop griped. "Meanwhile he is destroying small businesses and hurting people who are trying to make an honest living.

"He went right back to committing crimes because he knows he won't go to jail."

He was charged with third-degree burglary in all the incidents but released Saturday on supervised release - because the charge is not eligible for bail under the state's controversial justice reform statute. nypost.com

Another Type of Theft is Surging
Gas theft on the rise as gas prices skyrocket
While gas prices continue to hit record highs, some people in Southern California are now resorting to gasoline theft.

A FOX 11 viewer shared photos of what happened to a vehicle - a thief drilled a hole in the fuel tank, draining all the gas. AAA is seeing a rise in gas siphoning and theft across the country, and now they're warning car owners about how to keep their vehicles safe.

"This is a sign of the times you know," AAA's Doug Shupe said. "It's thieves looking for ways that they can make money by stealing what is becoming an increasingly more expensive and valuable commodity, gasoline."

And it's not just the cost of the gas that's high, but if thieves do drill into your gas tank, the repairs can top $1,000: "Oftentimes vehicle owners who find themselves victims of this type of gasoline theft, they have to replace the entire gas tank, Shupe said. "So it is a costly repair and replacement that needs to be made." foxla.com

Springfield crime fell 7% in 2021, led by big drop in property crime


COVID Update

555.8M Vaccinations Given

US: 81M Cases - 989.4K Dead - 55.4M Recovered
Worldwide: 451.9M Cases - 6M Dead - 386.4M Recovered

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Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 353   Law Enforcement Officer Deaths: 701
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COVID Cases Continue to Plummet Nationwide

It's Official: Mask Mandates Lifted In All 50 States
Hawaii will drop its mask mandate this month, the last state in the nation to do so
Hawaii's mask mandate will expire March 25, Gov. David Ige said Tuesday, making it the last US state to announce its face-cover requirement will be dropped.

"It's taken the entire community to get to this point -- with lowered case counts and hospitalizations," Ige said in a tweet. He added in another tweet: "If we see another surge, we will be ready to reinstitute the mask policy, if needed."

The mandate will come to an end at 11:59 p.m., on the same day Hawaii's Safe Travels program, established to slow the spread of Covid-19 through safety precautions for travelers, is set to expire. cnn.com

Pandemic-Era Security Training
House signs off on online security training bill

Florida allowed a digital alternative amid the height of the pandemic.

A bill that would allow online security officer training and certification now awaits Gov. Ron DeSantis' signature.

The House on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve the proposal (SB 1474) with a 112-0 vote. Palm Bay Republican Rep. Randy Fine and Orange Park Republican Sen. Jennifer Bradley are the bill sponsors. It cleared the Senate 38-0 on Thursday.

State law currently requires aspiring security officers - armed and unarmed - to undergo an in-person training course. The proposal, though, would shift unarmed training entirely online.

Armed courses, meanwhile, may feature 21 hours at most of online instruction. The rest of the training would remain in-person, including the firearm portion.

Proponents note the bill would modernize the state's certification process. California and Georgia are among several states that permit online training for unarmed security officers, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. floridapolitics.com

Foot Traffic Bounces Back as Omicron Fades
Retail Foot Traffic Shows 'Significant Recovery' After Omicron Setback

The new variant disrupted retail visits even more than Delta earlier this winter.

The Omicron variant dealt the retail and office sectors a major setback in their journeys toward a return to post-COVID normalcy, but foot traffic data from Placer.ai reveals that a "significant recovery" was underway by mid-February of this year.

The new variant disrupted retail visits even more than Delta earlier this winter. Brick and mortar retail visits recovered steadily in the summer of 2021, creating a summer peak with visits up anywhere between 6 and 9% year-over-two-year. Urban retail foot traffic showed a somewhat uneven recovery across major metros, with New York City suffering most, but summer foot traffic in the Big Apple was nearly back to pre-COVID levels.

The takeaway? "The spread of the Omicron variant created a unique challenge at this stage of the recovery and drove major visit declines," according to Chernofsky. "However, brick-and-mortar retail, restaurants and even offices once again showed resilience and continued their recovery trajectory as soon as case numbers declined. So, while this particular variant may be remembered for causing one of the bigger challenges, the clear, fast and significant recovery being seen is the latest and perhaps greatest testament toward ongoing consumer demand for in-store experiences." globest.com

Macy's Shifts Focus to Investments, Buybacks After Paying Down Covid Debt


Retailers Closing Might Be What Ignites The Cyber Gangs
If you've closed down make sure all your doors are closed!

No Ikea Shelves, No Levis: The Retail Exodus From Russia Is On

Since the invasion of Ukraine began, the increasing financial and reputational risks of doing business in Russia are leading Western brands to halt operations.

A growing number of American and European brands and retailers are changing their operations in Russia in response to the country's invasion of Ukraine, with mass chains and luxury brands closing stores and halting other business in the country. The actions are affecting hundreds of stores and thousands of Russian employees.

Last week, Apple, H&M Group, Nike, Ikea, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Chanel said they would temporarily close stores in Russia. This week, Levi Strauss & Company and Adidas said they were also stopping sales in the country. On Tuesday, McDonald's and Starbucks said they would temporarily close their hundreds of stores in Russia.

Retailers are concerned about the reputational damage of doing business in Russia, but they're also responding to practical challenges imposed by sanctions and the rapid decline in the value of the Russian ruble, said Tahlia Townsend, a partner and co-chair of the international trade compliance group at Wiggin & Dana. Continue Reading

More Than 300 US Companies Say Nyet to Putin
Major US companies leave Russia in droves amid Ukraine conflict
"Right now there's a huge cost to doing any business with Russia," said Jim Angel, a professor at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business. "There are political costs, social costs and economic costs."

Companies are weighing the reputation risk of continuing to do business with Moscow, while also considering the challenge of safely transporting goods through the region and the financial complications stemming from strict sanctions and export controls imposed on Russia by the U.S. and its allies.

"It's extraordinarily hard to do business in rubles if you're an American company, given the various sanctions involved," Angel said. "You may not be able to get funding to your Russian operations or to take profits out. Being able to transfer money becomes so problematic that many businesses are saying, 'We can't do business this way. We'll shut down.'" thehill.com

As of Wednesday, more than 300 companies have partially or fully withdrawn from Russia amid the invasion, according to a list compiled by Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, senior associate dean at the Yale School of Management. thehill.com

   RELATED: McDonald's says Russia store closures to cost $50M per month

CEOs Still Optimistic Despite Global Turmoil
U.S. Business Leaders Place Their Bets on Prosperity
Americans are understandably grumpy about 2022 amid buffeting by surging inflation, supply-chain disruptions, labor shortages and Covid-19. They might or might not feel relieved to learn that the country's business leaders are more upbeat than ever.

The Business Roundtable, the lobby of about 200 chief executives of major U.S. companies, said its quarterly Economic Outlook Index reached an all-time high at the end of 2021, based on forecasts for capital spending, employment and sales growth during the next six months. These CEOs' hiring expectations also are at a record high.

More than 300 companies in the S&P 500 index, in their latest annual reports, say they will hire more people this year than at any point during the past three decades and about 50% more than the second-highest year of 2020, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That was before the U.S. and its allies reacted to Russia's invasion of Ukraine with sanctions that will surely disrupt the global economy. Uncertainty is a given.

Still, five days after the assault began, Target Corp. surprised analysts last Tuesday with a robust fourth-quarter profit and outlook of rising operating income and revenue. The Minneapolis-based chain of general-merchandise discount stores, whose shares rose 13.5% before the market opened that day, the most in three years, even had a sanguine response to fears that inflation would devastate its bottom line. bloomberg.com

Higher OSHA Penalties Coming?
Regulatory Update: OSHA Hikes Penalty Amounts

Proposed legislation threatens much higher penalties.

In January, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced a 5% increase in the civil penalties assessed for violations of its regulations, but worse may yet come if certain legislative reforms are adopted by Congress.

As of Jan. 13, the maximum penalty for willful or repeated violations rose to $145,027, a nearly $10,000 increase from the 2021 maximum for the same violations. The maximum penalty for failure-to-abate violations increased to $14,502 for each day after the abatement deadline where no abatement has taken place.

The maximum penalty allowed for serious, other-than-serious, and posting requirements violations is now $14,502, representing an increase of nearly $1,000 above the maximum amounts that had been adopted last year.

In addition, employers should keep a watchful eye on additional legislation to increase OSHA penalties that could be in the offing, according to attorneys Anna Little Morris and James Bolin of the law firm of Butler Snow.

They point to the Build Back Better (BBB) bill, which had been approved by the House of Representatives only to later be stymied in the Senate in late 2021. That measure's nearly 2,500 pages included some staggering increases in OSHA penalties. For serious violations, the maximum penalty would have gone from $14,502 to $70,000. For willful and repeat violations, the penalty would have increased from $145,027 to $700,000. ehstoday.com

Retail's Digital Transformation
Then & Now: The Surprising Start of Your Favorite Retail Formats & Technologies

By Tony D'Onofrio, Global Retail Influencer & Prosegur's CEO & Managing Director, Global Retail Business Unit

Can you imagine shopping in a retail store without bar codes or a cash register? In this first of a series of articles, we explore the evolution of retail -- from store formats to the continuous innovation and deployment of new technologies.

Who created the first supermarket and department store and how are these sectors performing today? From humble beginnings where are we today with technology innovations such as bar code scanning, the cash register, self-checkout, RFID, CCTV cameras, robots, drones, and much more?

As McKinsey recently summarized, "the pandemic has dramatically increased the speed at which digital is fundamentally changing business."

Fifty-one percent of companies are leveraging digital technologies, multiple of which are discussed in this series of articles, as strategic differentiators from competitors.

Let us start with store formats and that first consumer item scanned in a retail store. Read more here

Legislative Updates for the Security Industry
Video: State Legislation to Watch in 2022
In this video, our government relations team discusses SIA's strategic advocacy priorities for 2022 and critical policy developments impacting members.

With most 2022 state legislative sessions now active, the Security Industry Association (SIA) is tracking the introduction and movement of legislation on several key issues that could impact security systems integrators, product manufacturers and other companies providing safety and security solutions.

In this video, our government relations team provides an overview of SIA's six strategic advocacy priorities for 2022 and shares insight into critical legislative and policy developments affecting our members.  youtube.com

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RH-ISAC: Ongoing Analysis and Threat Intelligence Regarding Cyberattacks
in Russia-Ukraine Conflict
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to evolve, RH-ISAC is releasing regular threat intelligence and analysis as it relates to cybersecurity risks. Core Members can access the full intelligence reports in the Analyst and CISO Member Exchange communities. Additionally, RH-ISAC's initial situational analysis and recommendations are available here.

This post will offer ongoing open-source updates and analyses from RH-ISAC intelligence analysts.

As of March 8, 2022: Kinetic, economic, and cyber hostilities continue in the Russia-Ukraine crisis. To date, there are no reports of known major cyberattacks on organizations in the retail, hospitality, or transportation sectors in connection with the conflict.

Below are updated readings related to the conflict:

The Good, the Bad, and the Web Bug: TA416 Increases Operational Tempo Against European Governments as Conflict in Ukraine Escalates

New RURansom Wiper Targets Russia rhisac.org

FBI Flash Alert
Ransomware Attacks Hit Critical Infrastructure Organizations

Bureau releases indicators of compromise for the RagnarLocker ransomware that has hit 10 different critical infrastructure sectors.

The FBI issued a warning this week that the RagnarLocker ransomware has infected some 52 organizations in manufacturing, energy, financial services, government, and information technology so far this year.

In the new FBI FLASH alert, the bureau updated and added new indicators of compromise (IoCs) for RagnarLocker beyond the ones it first published in 2020. "RagnarLocker ransomware actors work as part of a ransomware family, frequently changing obfuscation techniques to avoid detection and prevention," the FBI alert said.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! If you identify any suspicious activity within your enterprise or have related information, please contact your local FBI Cyber Squad immediately with respect to the procedures outlined in the Reporting Notice section of this message.

RagnarLocker Ransomware Indicators of Compromise - Summary: The FBI first became aware of RagnarLocker in April 2020 and subsequently produced a FLASH to disseminate known indicators of compromise (IOCs) at that time. This FLASH provides updated and additional IOCs to supplement that report. As of January 2022, the FBI has identified at least 52 entities across 10 critical infrastructure sectors affected by RagnarLocker ransomware, including entities in the critical manufacturing, energy, financial services, government, and information technology sectors. RagnarLocker ransomware actors work as part of a ransomware family1 , frequently changing obfuscation techniques to avoid detection and prevention. darkreading.com  ice3.gov

Russia's Invasion: The Cyber Ripple Effect
War in Ukraine: What type of cyber attacks can we expect next?
The cyber activities related to the ongoing war in Ukraine have run the gamut from wiper malware hitting organizations and the border control in Ukraine, DDoS attacks aimed at government and media websites, and cyber disruption of satellite-based internet service, to preparations for watering hole attacks, next-level disinformation campaigns, and phishing campaigns.

Support organizations are also active targets. "We have seen several situations where malware has been specifically targeted at charities, NGOs, and other aid organizations in order to spread confusion and cause disruption. In these particularly egregious cases, malware has been targeted at disrupting medical supplies, food, and clothing relief," Amazon noted last week.

AdvertisementWhat's coming?

Many analysts expected more disruption and retaliatory attacks orchestrated by Russian-backed hackers, both aimed at Ukranian targets and targets in countries sympathetic to and supporting Ukraine. Aside from cyber espionage, the current most pressing worry is that ransomware gangs that have sided or might side with Russia could, in short order, deploy their malicious payloads to cripple organizations in the critical infrastructure sector, inflicting damage and chaos on "enemy" countries.

The risks for end users

Individuals looking to help the defensive or aid efforts are also walking through a minefield, courtesy of scammers and cyber crooks looking to capitalize on the terrible state of affairs. Infoblox researchers have documented (with IoCs) a number of Ukranian support/relief fraud campaigns, mounted by crooks to steal money, as well as malicious email campaigns using messages related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine to trick recipients into downloading the Agent Tesla keylogger/RAT. helpnetsecurity.com

Understaffed and Overstressed Cybersecurity Workers
More Than 70% of SOC Analysts Experiencing Burnout

Nearly 65% of security operations center (SOC) analysts are likely to change jobs in the next year, survey shows.

Stress and frustration continue to plague the security operations center (SOC): nearly 70% report understaffed teams, and 60% say their workloads have spiked over the past year.

The new study, published by security automation platform vendor Tines, polled 468 SOC analysts at organizations with 500 or more employees. Burnout was a major theme of the findings, with 71% of SOC analysts saying they felt burned out on the job. That's become a common theme as the cybersecurity threat landscape has expanded while headcount for security positions has lagged behind job openings.

Some 64% of SOC analysts say manual work eats up more than half of their time, and reporting and monitoring are their least favorite parts of the job. More than 65% say half of their security tasks could be automated, leaving them time to do deeper security work. And 64% are considering leaving the organization for a new position somewhere else.

"While understaffing and low budgets do hold teams back, what's dragging them under is repetitive, manual tasks, which in turn keep them from working on higher-impact projects that contribute to their organization's overall security posture," Thomas Kinsella, COO and co-founder of Tines, said in a statement about the report. darkreading.com

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The Cannabis Industry's Ransomware Threat
The $265 Billion Threat to the Cannabis Industry
Most people will remember 2020 as the year of COVID-19, but for many it was the year their business was held hostage. The twisted and convoluted legal past of the cannabis industry has given cause for cannabis business owners to take their physical security very seriously.

But while the lucrative business of cyber-terrorism is growing, the imminent threat of an attack seems to be something most cannabis business owners are still unprepared for.

Cannabis isn't the Only Thing Growing

Unless you're living under a rock, the rise in cyber-attacks has likely been brought to your attention recently. On May 12, 2021, President Biden signed an executive order to improve the nation's cybersecurity after a series of major attacks on federal government organizations. Just a few weeks later, the FBI is comparing the threats faced by ransomware attacks to 9/11 after two consecutive attacks that shook the oil and meat industries.

Why are Ransomware Attacks Increasing?

The answer is actually quite simple: Because people continue to pay ransoms. Ransomware attacks have become an incredibly lucrative business for cyber-criminals over recent years. The dawn of the anonymous exchange of value through cryptocurrencies has made it incredibly easy for cyber-attackers to receive ransoms without revealing their identity.

In 2020, cryptocurrency ransomware payments from victims surged by 311% to reach nearly $350 million, according to Chainalysis, a company that tracks digital transactions on the blockchain.

Even insurance companies have raised concern that they will not be able to cover the cost of ransoms as the attacks ontheir customers continue to grow. Of course, the recent media attention brought to these alarming cyber-attacks makes it difficult for most people to question the threat posed to the nation and its larger corporations.

Small Cannabis Businesses Are Not Immune to the Threat - How Easy is it to Hack Your Cannabis Business? sapphirerisk.com

Storing Your Cannabis Security Footage
Video Storage Options for Cannabis Businesses
Video storage can take place either on-site or remotely, with potential benefits and drawbacks to each option. Depending on the operations of the business, as well as regulatory requirements, one option or a combination of both options may be best suited for the cannabis business.

Most often, cannabis businesses choose to store their video on-site via large servers. These on-premises solutions are controlled by the cannabis business directly or their IT department. But depending on the data retention requirements and quality of the video being stored, on-site storage solutions can be expensive. On the other hand, remote cannabis video storage has grown in popularity due to enhancements in cloud technology and cybersecurity. Cloud-based video storage solutions offer more flexibility and scalability, but also come with their own set of concerns.

On-Site Storage

For some cannabis businesses, on-site video storage and management can be more of a headache than a benefit. When choosing to store video footage on-site, consider the cost of both the NVR or server as well as the added cost of protecting the physical storage devices. Most on-site storage solutions require their own security measures to prevent physical damage, theft, and tampering. Depending on the size of the recorded video files, number of deployed cameras, regulatory storage requirements, and other factors, the sheer quantity and cost of on-site storage devices adds up quick.

Remote Storage

When it comes to security, some cannabis business owners may have issue with putting a third-party in charge of their recordings. Cloud storage comes with its own security risks not typically associated with on-site solutions, such as hacking, though modern cloud-storage providers have gone through extreme lengths to mitigate cyber-attacks. Remote storage solutions also require a reliable internet connection, which may be a problem for some cannabis businesses with a slow or unreliable network connection. sapphirerisk.com

How to Choose an Access Control System for a Cannabis Business
Choosing an access control system for a business can be a tough decision, especially in the rapidly expanding cannabis industry. Cannabis businesses have varying needs depending on their operations and the different regulations that govern them in each state.

The primary goals of the access control system are to manage and control access to the business, as well as to highly restricted areas within the facility. In the cannabis industry, owners can use these systems to secure their facilities, prevent diversion of cannabis and cash, and to safeguard employees, customers, and visitors. The access control system tracks the entry and exit of authorized users and prevents access by those who could be a threat to the cannabis business. sapphirerisk.com

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Using Sellers Data to Develop Amazon Products - Claims that just won't go away
More on Amazon's Congressional Obstruction Charges

WSJ: Amazon Flagged to Justice Department for Possible Criminal Obstruction of Congress

House Judiciary Committee accuses tech giant of withholding information during antitrust probe; Amazon has denied any attempts to mislead

A U.S. congressional committee is asking the Justice Department to investigate Amazon.com and some of its executives for what lawmakers say is potentially criminal obstruction of Congress.

The letter, dated March 9 and viewed by The Wall Street Journal, was sent to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland by Democratic and Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee.

The letter accuses the Seattle-based tech giant of refusing to provide information that lawmakers sought as part of an investigation by the body's Antitrust Subcommittee into Amazon's competitive practices. The letter alleges that the refusal was an attempt to cover up what it calls a lie that the company told lawmakers about its treatment of outside sellers on its platform.

In the past, Amazon has denied that the company or its executives misled the committee and has said that internal policy prohibits using individual seller data to develop Amazon products. Amazon investigates any allegations that the policy might have been violated, the company has said.

Throughout the investigation, "Amazon repeatedly endeavored to thwart the Committee's efforts to uncover the truth about Amazon's business practices," the congressional letter says. "For this, it must be held accountable." The letter says it is alerting the Justice Department to "potentially criminal conduct by Amazon and certain of its executives," though it doesn't specify which individuals.

At issue are Amazon's responses to lawmakers' inquiries about how it uses the data of third-party sellers on its platform when creating private-label products, and how it treats those Amazon brands in its search results.

A Journal investigation published in April 2020, citing internal documents and interviews with former Amazon staffers, found the company's employees routinely used such seller data to develop products for its own brands. Subsequent reporting from Reuters, Politico and the Markup showed employees using this data and Amazon preferencing its own products in search results. Lawmakers have said they also gained similar information through their own interviews with people including former Amazon employees. wsj.com

PerimeterX Annual E-Commerce Report Shows 106% Increase in Bot Attacks

Plus Sharp Increases in Scraping and Carding, Fueling the Web Attack Lifecycle

PerimeterX, the leading provider of solutions that detect and stop the abuse of identity and account information on the web, today released its annual Automated Fraud Benchmark Report: E-commerce Edition. The report provides detailed analysis of e-commerce cyberattack activity over the past year, generated by unique insights and research on the web app traffic and threat patterns experienced by some of the largest and most respected brands in retail e-commerce.

The report provides a deep dive into the ways that cybercriminals use bots to scrape, validate and fraudulently use consumers' identity and account information. Findings were taken from anonymous data collected during 2021, captured from live online interactions by millions of consumers and hundreds of millions of bots across hundreds of the world's largest websites, mobile apps and application programming interfaces (APIs).

Analyzing billions of user interactions, key findings included:

Bot attacks increased 106% year over year (YoY)
Carding attacks increased 111% YoY
Scraping attacks rose 240% YoY

The report also found:

Sales of limited-edition sneakers experienced up to 71% of traffic from scalping bots during hype sales events in 2021, an increase from the 2020 peak of 46%

Peak malicious login attempts increased from 84% in 2020 to 93% in 2021

The three retail e-commerce segments that saw the most bad bot traffic were Health and Wellness (36%); Hardware, Software and Electronics (33%); and Sports and Recreation (27%)

74% of bot attacks came from desktop devices and the remainder from mobile devices

The most malicious bot traffic globally came from the US and Canada pertimeterx.com

Twitter expands e-commerce efforts with launch of mobile storefronts, Twitter Shops







Europol's Organized Property Crime Efforts

A highly visible crime that causes widespread feelings of insecurity among citizens

Crimes in this category are often committed by highly mobile organised crime groups that, often exploiting diaspora communities in Member States to create networks of contacts, anchor points and logistical support, typically carry out a significant number of offences in a region over a short period before moving on.

As organised property crimes are often investigated in insolation at the local level, an analysis at the national level is often lacking, making these crimes harder to detect and, consequently, to solve. In many cases, incidents of property crime are still classified as petty criminality without recognising the organised crime aspect.

Burglary and theft

Of major concern to EU law enforcement is the steady increase in reported burglaries in recent years. This increase particularly affects business premises, which are targeted much more frequently than before. Burglaries of business premises often involve intrusion into the property via the roof.

Estimates suggest one burglary is committed every 1.5 minutes in the EU, with some Member States registering 1,000 burglaries every day.

Organised robberies

As security measures have made it more difficult to rob banks and other cash-intensive businesses, commercial premises with less sophisticated security measures in place are increasingly the target of armed robberies by mobile organized crime groups.

Jewellery stores and other businesses selling highly valuable and compact goods also remain popular targets for armed robbers, who use various methods of attack, including smash and grab.


The mandate of Analysis Project (AP) Furtum covers all aspects of property crime such as major burglaries, armed robberies (banks, jewellery, money transporters and depots), motor vehicle crimes, cargo crime, metal theft, organized pick pocketing. europa.eu

Organised property crime is one of the EU's priorities in the fight against serious and organized crime as part of EMPACT 2022 - 2025. europa.eu

Albuquerque, NM: AG Announces Serial Shoplifter To Remain In Jail, Vows To Target Aggressive Organized Retail Criminals
Attorney General Hector Balderas has announced that serial shoplifter, Athena Padilla, will remain in jail as her criminal cases move forward. Today, Metropolitan Court Judge Christine Rodriguez found that Athena Padilla had willfully violated her conditions of release and no conditions of release would ensure her compliance, and revoked her conditions of release. The Attorney General's Office is now prosecuting Athena Padilla in two cases with 21 counts. "We will continue to expand our efforts and ensure repeat felony offenders are kept behind bars," said Balderas. "Organized retail crime is a growing problem in New Mexico that continues to traumatize our communities."

On August 25, 2021, Athena Padilla shoplifted over $2,100 worth of merchandise from Dick's Sporting Goods. She was released on her own recognizance with conditions of release, and less than a week later she was shoplifting again; from September to December she participated in 10 shoplifting incidents, often with accomplices, which resulted in a total loss of over $19,000 to Albuquerque businesses.
This case was investigated and prosecuted as part of the emerging Organized Retail Crime (ORC) Task Force. The investigation involved the NM Office of the Attorney General and asset protection personnel from the retail community, and is being prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Gardner. losalamosreporter.com

Seattle, WA: Slow changes to prosecuting habitual offenders in Seattle
Over the last several months, changes made in prosecuting habitual offenders in Seattle seem to be having an effect. These changes come after a 2019 report on Seattle's criminal justice system, which was critical of the city prosecutor and the municipal court system in its handling of habitual offenders. In the two-part 'System Failure' report, the first report detailed how repeat offenders racked up arrests, warrants and even jail time only to end up back on the street to re-offend. The second report released months later explored how some misdemeanor or other lower-level criminals never see the inside of a courtroom.

The changes between 2019 and now have been slow, but still happening. The difference appears to be a coordinated effort between city, county and federal prosecutors and law enforcement. Last month, newly-appointed U.S. Attorney for Western Washington, Nick Brown, renewed a focus on Seattle street crime that involved habitual offenders arrested with weapons and dealing drugs. "If it involves gun trafficking, gun possession by people who are illegally possessing guns or the combination of drugs or guns, it's going to get our attention," Brown said during a press conference on Friday, where he announced a coordinated effort to prosecute street criminals in Seattle.

"At the Prosecutor's Office, we have the High-Priority Repeat Offender Group," said the office's spokesperson, Casey McNerthney. John Lomax, for example, is one of those people, McNerthney explained. Lomax is now famous for being seen wheeling out a 70-inch TV through the downtown Seattle Target store, unabated, before he was eventually arrested by Seattle Police. He is accused of stealing from that same Target 22 times in the past q13fox.com

Evanston, IL: 14 Cars Worth Almost $1 Million Stolen From Dealership
A group of at least six car thieves stole more than a dozen high-end vehicles in a brazen heist at an Evanston dealership Monday, police said. After breaking into the Autobarn Collection, 1910 Greenwood St., around 2 a.m., and disabling the business' audible burglary alarm, the thieves twice returned to drive off with more cars, according to police. By the time the business opened that morning, the burglary crew had made off with 14 luxury cars worth about $932,000, police said. patch.com

Tulsa, OK: Thieves steal $27k worth of knives from Tulsa store
The Tulsa Police Department is looking for three thieves accused of stealing more than $27,000 worth of knives at a midtown store. Surveillance video shows two people breaking into the store near 11th Street and Lewis on Feb. 25. Two people can be seen breaking the glass door with a hammer and coming in around 4 a.m., immediately running to grab dozens of knives, tomahawks and duffel bags then leaving. About 90 minutes later a third person comes into the store and grabs more merchandise and leaves. The total amount of merchandise stolen is more than $27,000. kjrh.com

Pioneer Village, KY: Thief smashes way into Salon, steals $10,000 worth of Botox
Police in Pioneer Village are searching for the person who broke into a salon Saturday night, stealing thousands of dollars worth of products. It happened just after 10 p.m. at Perfect Imperfections Salon on Summitt Drive. Surveillance video shows a woman smashing the front door and then grabbing several boxes of botox and dermal fillers. Owner Kelly Murdoch told WLKY the culprit made off with $10,000 worth of products. wlky.com

Markham, Ontario, Canada: Recovered merchandise stolen from Markham store valued at $215K
York Regional Police have just uncovered a massive fashion crime ring in the GTA. After a huge raid last week, police seized more than $215,000 worth of high-end merchandise from brands like Chanel, Dior, Prada, Fendi, among others. The raid, which took place on Friday in Brampton, was in connection with $2,500 worth of perfume being stolen from a storefront near Hwy. 7 and Kennedy Road in Markham the day before. On top of the perfume, police uncovered a plethora of stolen luxury items, including but not limited to Burberry and Gucci sneakers, mini Lady Dior and Prada purses, Moncler puffer coats, and tons of other high-end bags, clothing, sunglasses, makeup, and coats. Police also seized "a large amount" of cash. complex.com

Mobile, AL: Man pleads guilty to daring smash and grab of eight dirt bikes at Mobile dealership

Indianapolis, IN: Crew of burglars strike CBD shop for second time stealing thousands in merchandise

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Shootings & Deaths

Turlock, CA: Woman killed outside O'Reilly's Auto Parts was previously stalked, family says
A 22-year-old Livingston woman has been identified as the victim of a fatal shooting outside an O'Reilly Auto Parts Store in Turlock on Tuesday night. According to booking records, Turlock police arrested Juan Francisco Ibarra-Tapia, 22, on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and evading a peace officer, as well as an enhancement for intentionally discharging a firearm. The victim, identified as Zobeyda "Zoe" Esquerra, died at a hospital following the shooting. Her sister, Cinthya Venegas, said Ibarra-Tapia had been stalking Esquerra for months and was arrested for the crime in October. An emergency protective order was issued but later expired, according to Venegas. She said Ibarra-Tapia bailed out of jail the same day. Venegas said Ibarra-Tapia followed her sister to the O'Reilly Auto Parts store where she'd gone to pick up her boyfriend from work. Around 9 p.m. an officer in the area heard the shots as 911 calls were coming into dispatch. mercedsunstar.com

Benicia, CA: C-Store Clerk Shot, Killed During Robbery at Business
A store clerk was shot and killed at his business in Benicia during the course of a suspected robbery late Tuesday night, and the suspect remains on the loose, according to police. At about 10:05 p.m., officers responded to an alarm call at the Rose Market on Columbus Parkway, police said. When officers arrived, they found a man who was working at the business unresponsive with an apparent gunshot wound. Paramedics pronounced the man dead at the scene, police said. The man was identified by family members as Bahadur Singh. "He was a very nice guy," Mandib Nijjaf said. "He was a gentle person." Friends said he was a father of two and everyone knew him as Singh. nbcbayarea.com

Jennings, MO: Man charged with deadly shooting of teenager at St. Louis County cell phone store
A 19-year-old man was charged with murder Tuesday in connection with a shooting inside a cell phone store in Jennings, Missouri, last month. Joeron Mottley was charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with the Feb. 26 shooting that left 17-year-old De'Marion Jones dead. The shooting happened at J's Wireless on the 9300 block of Lewis and Clark Boulevard at around 10:45 a.m. A press release from the St. Louis County Police Department said Mottley was inside the store Jones walked in. When Mottley saw Jones, he shot him in the chest. The shooting left Jones critically injured. He died at the hospital a short time later. ksdk.com

Tampa, FL: Dunkin' employee who fatally punched customer over racial slur sentenced to house arrest
A Dunkin' employee in Tampa, Florida, accused of fatally punching a customer who used a racial slur against him last year, was sentenced to two years of house arrest after pleading guilty to felony battery. Corey Pujols, 27, was ordered by a Tampa judge on Monday to complete 200 hours of community service and attend an anger management course. Tampa police said the incident occurred around 1:30 p.m. May 4 at the Dunkin' location on S. 50th Street. According to court records, the customer, Vonelle Cook, 77, who was white, had gone through the drive-thru to order coffee and was angry over the lack of service. While in the drive-thru, Dunkin' employees had trouble hearing him, and he started to yell at them about poor service. Employees told Cook, a regular at the establishment, to leave, but he parked his car, walked inside, and was aggressive and verbally abusive toward employees, prosecutors said. Pujols asked a co-worker to call the police, leading to an argument between him and Cook, FOX 13 Tampa Bay reported. When Pujols, who is black, asked Cook to leave, police said Cook called him a racial slur. Pujols then walked around the counter and asked Cook not to call him that slur again, but when Cook did, Pujols punched him in the jaw, according to the station. Cook fell and hit his head on the floor. He was taken to the hospital, where he died three days later.  nypost.com

Seattle, WA: Safeway store security guard shot outside the store after kicking out shoplifters
A grocery store security guard was shot Monday night while outside the store in Washington state, police said. The Seattle Police Department said the security guard was working at a Safeway when he was shot in his legs. Police were called to the store around 11 p.m., which is where they found him before he was rushed to the hospital. Witnesses said the security guard had kicked several people out of the store earlier for shoplifting. One of those shoplifters reportedly punched and spit on the guard. Later, the shoplifter returned with a group, armed with a large stick and a gun. Police say there was a fight between the guard, several others and the group before he ended up shot. All suspects ran off after the shooting. The investigation is ongoing. abc3340.com


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Charlotte, NC: 1 seriously injured in reported stabbing outside Northlake Mall
One person has been rushed to the hospital with serious injuries following a reported stabbing Wednesday afternoon outside Northlake Mall, Public Safety confirms to QCN. The incident happened around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, outside Northlake Mall located in the 7300 block of NorthLake Mall Blvd., Medic said. Medic reports one person has been transported to Atrium CMC with life-threatening injuries. fox46.com

Indianapolis, IN: DOJ: Indy post office manager charged after $1.7M in checks stolen
A former Indianapolis post office manager and two Illinois men are federally charged for conspiracy involving the theft of $1.7 million in checks from the mail, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday. James Lancaster, age 40, was the manager of customer service at Indianapolis' New Augusta Post Office on the city's northwest side. He has been charged in federal court with conspiracy to commit bank fraud and theft of mail. cbs4indy.com

Pierce County, WA: Suspects in months-long string of Armed Robberies arrested

Presque Isle Woman Gets 2 Months for Passing Counterfeit $20's at Domino's in Bangor, Maine

Spartanburg, SC: Man sentenced 15 years for Burglary and Armed Robberies at Family Dollar

Olympia, WA: Shoplifter gives fake name to police, Police learned that the suspect had an escape warrant for failure to register as a sex offender

UK: Beaconsfield, England: Masked Robber armed with Meat Cleaver and knife steals £200,000 of luxury watches in daylight raid on jewelers



Fake NFL, MLB, NBA championship rings are seized by US officials
In an ongoing crackdown on counterfeit sports memorabilia, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers last week seized 230 fake Super Bowl, World Series and NBA championship rings made in China. CBP officials detained a shipment in Louisville last Thursday and determined the rings -- worth an estimated $345,000 on the open market -- were in violation of intellectual and property rights and trademark issues. The shipment was on its way to a residence in Wesley Chapel, Florida. D&D Daily Editor's Note: No Cleveland Browns Super Bowl rings were recovered.  usatoday.com

Laredo, TX: Business owners sold counterfeit luxury fashion merchandise
Federal authorities have arrested two local business owners for allegedly selling counterfeit luxury brand merchandise and seized more than 340 counterfeit pieces of clothing with manufacturer's suggested retail prices of more than $620,000. Henry Kim and and his mother, Bok Kim, were charged with trafficking in counterfeit goods and conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud the United States last week. lmtonline.com



Auto - Evanston, IL - Burglary
Beauty - Pioneer Village, KY - Burglary
C-Store - Hardeeville, NC - Armed Robbery
C-Store - San Antonio, TX- Armed Robbery
C-Store - Copiah County, MS - Burglary
C-Store - Benicia, CA - Armed Robbery - Owner shot-killed
C-Store - Mobile, AL - Robbery
C-Store - Amarillo, TX - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Philadelphia, PA- Burglary
C-Store - Endicott, NY - Armed Robbery
CBD - Indianapolis, IN - Burglary
Cellphone - Tulsa, OK - Burglary
Dollar Tree - Queens, NY - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Taylorsville, UT - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - North Lauderdale, FL - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - La Crosse, WI - Armed Robbery
Guns - St George, UT - Burglary
Jewelry - Atlanta, GA - Burglary
Jewelry - Alabaster, AL - Robbery
Pets - Vernon, CT - Burglary
Pharmacy - Montclair, NJ - Burglary
Specialty - Tulsa, OK - Burglary
Tobacco - Cortlandville, NY - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Bensalem, PA - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 13 robberies
• 11 burglaries
• 1 shooting
• 1 killed

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