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Ruben Banuelos named Director of Security for Lugano Diamonds

Before being named Director of Security for Lugano Diamonds, Ruben spent more than 16 years with The Home Depot as Senior Organized Retail Crime Investigator. Prior to that, he served for four years as a Police Officer with the Monrovia Police Department. He has also served as an Executive Board Member for SDORCA and Retail Co-Chair for LAAORCA. Congratulations, Ruben!

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Prosegur Security Wins Genetec's Signature Brands Partner of the Year Award

Prosegur has received a distinguished award in recognition of its ongoing alliance in the United States

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (May 4, 2022) - Prosegur Security, a global leader in security technology, has been awarded the prestigious 2021 Signature Brands Partner of the Year Award (USA) from international security software company Genetec.

Every year, Genetec honors a select group of partners in an effort to recognize their work across regions and celebrate their close partners worldwide. This is Prosegur's first USA award from Genetec, signaling their strengthening partnership and their ongoing commitment to best serve each other and their customers in the security industry.

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TMA's 2022 Excellence Awards & Marvel Technology Award Winners Announced

AvantGuard, EPS Security, Sentry AI, and USA Central Station take top awards

May 4, 2022, McLean, VA - The Monitoring Association (TMA) is pleased to announce the winners of its 2022 Excellence Awards and Marvel Technology Award. This year's awards were presented virtually on Monday, April 25th by TMA President Morgan Hertel and the award sponsors, SDM Magazine and SSI Magazine.

This year's winners are:

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The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

NYC Major Thefts Up 43.5% - Robberies Up 41.5% - Burglaries Up 39.4%
Big Apple shootings dipped as April crime surged - but gunplay still nearly twice pre-pandemic levels
Big Apple gun violence fell last month compared to April 2021, although the number of shootings was still nearly double pre-pandemic levels - and overall city crime continues to surge, NYPD data shows.

Major crimes were up 34.2% overall, fueled by jumps in felony assaults, robberies, burglaries and thefts, according to the April crime statistics.

The Big Apple logged nearly 400 more robberies, felony assaults and burglaries -or 41.5%, 20.9% and 39.4% increases, respectively - last month compared to April 2021, according to the data. Nearly 1,200 more major thefts were reported, too, a 43.5% jump, and roughly 200 more cars were stolen, an uptick of 26.8%, the data shows.

Shootings did tick down by almost 30% - or 105 last month vs. 148 in April 2021. But last month's incidents of gun violence remained nearly double the same period in 2019, NYPD data shows.

City and police officials have made shootings a priority in terms of crime-fighting - with the NYPD launching special anti-gun teams about two months ago and roving extra nightly patrols this week to combat the scourge.

Meanwhile, murders were down by 38% last month compared to April 2021 - or 31 vs. 50 - and rape complaints saw a slight decrease, according to the data. Overall, major crime for last month compared to April two years ago was up by 37.3%..

Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said in the release that the department is "making noticeable headway" through its increased patrols and Neighborhood Safety Teams and touted the NYPD's return to "Broken Windows" policies, which focus on lower-level quality of life offenses, such as littering and fare evasion. nypost.com

Georgia's New ORC Law
Gov. Kemp Signs Inform Consumers Act to Combat Organized Retail Crime
Today, Governor Brian P. Kemp signed SB 332, also known as the Inform Consumers Act, which prevents criminals from selling goods stolen from retail stores on any online marketplace platform. The legislation establishes financial and contact information requirements for high-volume sellers to online marketplaces and requires that such platforms establish an option for consumers to report suspicious activity.

It also requires sellers to provide their contact information to consumers when their annual revenue on the marketplace exceeds $20,000. Sellers who do not comply will be prohibited from using the online marketplaces further, and the Attorney General is now empowered to enforce compliance with these disclosure requirements.

"Here in Georgia, we will do everything possible to curb crime and make life difficult for those who break the law," said Governor Kemp. "With SB 332, we're dealing another blow to the organized gangs that steal from Georgia shops and stores by making it much harder for them to profit from their heists.

"I want to thank Senator John Albers as well as Representative Houston Gaines for carrying this legislation and seeing it across the finish line. I also want to thank the members of the General Assembly who voted for this bill to help us keep up the fight against criminals." einnews.com

Security Officers on High Alert
Organized Fuel Thefts on the Rise Amid Nationwide Price Increase
With gasoline in many places now hitting well over the $5.00 mark, especially diesel, fuel thefts are on the rise, once again. Everything from a few gallons to hundreds of gallons.

Security officers patrolling residential communities, shopping centers, and malls, and really, just about any place where vehicles are parked, or gasoline is stored or sold, should be on high alert.

While you may think of this as a petty, small-time crime, in some cases it's much more. Some have turned it into a profitable, large-scale multi-area, and in some cases, high-tech caper.

Recently, a security officer in Loveland Park Colorado was patrolling the parking area of a business complex in the middle of the afternoon. He observed a man who he thought was probably an employee of one of the businesses, kneeling in between vehicles.

As he walked towards the area to ensure that everything was alright, a second man popped up from behind another vehicle, two aisles over. The security officer noticed the doors of a commercial van were open. He had stumbled upon a large-scale gasoline heist.

Similar thefts in the past few months have been reported in Florida, Connecticut, and Michigan. Thieves are coming up with novel ways to steal from gas stations. While theft of a few gallons of gasoline is a misdemeanor, the theft of hundreds or thousands of gallons of gasoline would most likely be a felony in most states. privateofficerbreakingnews.blogspot.com

Kroger Sued After Firing Employee Who Stopped Alcohol Theft
Why a long-time Kroger worker who confronted shoplifter says she was fired
A Michigan Kroger worker who confronted a shoplifter trying to steal a cart full of liquor spoke about why she lost her job after more than three decades with the company. Beverly Bennett, 61, worked at the Kroger in Lincoln Park and spent 31 years with the company.

Bennett said she was working last fall when a man who hadn't paid tried to exit the store with a grocery cart full of hundreds of dollars' worth of liquor. She said all employees had received instruction on how to approach shoplifters because items were being stolen every day.

When the alarm went off at the exit, Bennett asked the man for a receipt, she said. She stood in front of his cart and swung a basket at the grocery cart, she claims. The man ran off, and Bennett's coworkers celebrated her, according to attorney Greg Rohl.

"They congratulated her for stopping that level of theft," Rohl said. "She was considered, I guess that day, to be a hero." Bennett said she lost her job because of that incident. Specifically, she was fired for swinging the basket at the man's grocery cart, Bennett says.

Now, her attorney has filed a lawsuit against Kroger on her behalf. Bennett said she didn't violate any company policies. She said her employee record over the past 31 years is spotless. clickondetroit.com

Protecting Businesses Amid Rising Crime & Fewer Cops
Champaign, IL approves bringing in security firm for police patrol help
Champaign leaders have approved hiring a security firm to help police with patrols as law enforcement deals with staffing issues. Police leaders have said they need temporary help to be sure the city is safe.

Deputy Chief Geoffrey Coon said the department is severely understaffed, as it is down 19 officers as of early May. The goal is to be sure businesses are protected while Champaign works to hire more officers and put them through the academy. Business owners said action is needed now to combat issues.

"We have minors walking up and down the street with open container alcohol," said Jacklyn Sampson, the owner of a downtown business. "We have people manning our doors threatened with violence for not letting minors into our building. We have no control over the street."

To address council concerns about transparency, the AGB officers will be required to have on body cameras. They will not be armed with a firearm, stun gun or pepper spray. wandtv.com

Feds Cracking Down on Violent Crime in Minneapolis
U.S. Attorney Announces New Federal Violent Crime Strategy
MINNEAPOLIS - U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger, along with federal, state, and local law enforcement partners, today announced a new federal strategy to address violent crime in the Twin Cities metro area.

The federal violent crime strategy announced today establishes expanded capacity within the U.S. Attorney's Office to prosecute violent crime cases. Every federal prosecutor in the office will now take on violent crime cases. The U.S. Attorney's Office will also be hiring additional prosecutors to assist in these efforts. With this expanded capacity, the office will prioritize the intake of all adult federal carjacking cases; cases involving the illegal possession of firearms and/or ammunition; firearms trafficking cases; straw purchasing cases; as well as cases involving the illegal possession of auto sears and ghost guns. Finally, U.S. Attorney Luger has created a new gang prosecution team that will work directly with law enforcement in addressing the gang violence that is plaguing the metro. justice.gov

Majority of voters disapprove of Mayor Eric Adams' handling of NYC crime


COVID Update

577.3M Vaccinations Given

US: 83.3M Cases - 1M Dead - 80.8M Recovered
Worldwide: 515.4M Cases - 6.2M Dead - 470.2M Recovered

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U.S. Hits 1 Million COVID Deaths
Covid's toll in the U.S. reaches a once unfathomable number: 1 million deaths
The United States on Wednesday surpassed 1 million Covid-19 deaths, according to data compiled by NBC News - a once unthinkable scale of loss even for the country with the world's highest recorded toll from the virus.

The number - equivalent to the population of San Jose, California, the 10th largest city in the U.S. - was reached at stunning speed: 27 months after the country confirmed its first case of the virus.

While deaths from Covid have slowed in recent weeks, about 360 people have still been dying every day. The casualty count is far higher than what most people could have imagined in the early days of the pandemic, particularly because former President Donald Trump repeatedly downplayed the virus while in office. cnbc.com

The Post-COVID Future of CVS
CVS Leans on Tech, Robotics to Drive Post-COVID Efficiencies as Store Count Declines
With its lucrative COVID vaccine and testing franchise on the decline, the nation's largest pharmacy retailer said Wednesday (May 4) that it was looking for ways to deploy new tech to help streamline connectivity with customers while also helping to boost sales and profitability.

Although the $125 billion Rhode Island-based healthcare provider now generates about two-thirds of its sales and profits from its healthcare and pharmacy benefit businesses, its chain of 9,900 stores in 49 states is still a highly lucrative and growing operation, albeit one that CVS is currently continuing to shrink.

"We have closed approximately 100 stores out of the 300 planned for this year and the 900 we plan to close by the end of 2024," CVS Health CEO Karen Lynch told analysts on the company's Q1 earnings call, noting that the company was retaining nearly 70% of customers and employees in the wake of the closures.

To maintain that momentum, Lynch said all three prongs of the business were making progress to serve consumers "wherever and whenever they receive health care," while pointing to new fulfillment option for consumer brands, as well as the growth of free and same day delivery on a growing number of health and wellness products sold online and also available set to become through approximately 6,000 CVS Community Health destinations later this year.

"We are increasingly using technology to improve our business process and reduce costs," added Lynch, who has held the CEO role for 16 months and came to CVS via its acquisition of Aetna in 2018. pymnts.com

How COVID Kickstarted the Great Resignation
The Great Resignation: Record number of Americans quitting could signal bigger shift in workplace
In 2021, more than 47 million Americans quit their jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics - the most resignations on record. As resignation rates remain high in early 2022, in what has been since deemed by some as "The Great Resignation," many are wondering if there is a shift in the way Americans are viewing work.

Desmond Dickerson, the Director of Future of Work Marketing at Microsoft, describes himself as a futurist. He said that pandemic remote work was just a "kickstart" to The Great Resignation.

The pandemic radically changed how Americans work. Many turned homes into offices and some frontline workers began risking their lives for a paycheck. After the federal government spent nearly $2 trillion in a COVID-19 relief package, the economic rebound from the pandemic accelerated.

In late 2020, Anthony Klotz, an associate professor of business at Texas A&M, said he saw The Great Resignation coming. During the pandemic, he says he noticed four signals: a backlog of resignations, widespread burnout, people reevaluating their relationship with work and, finally, the opportunity of remote work. abc7chicago.com

Democrats clash over return to office as NYC cubicles sit vacant
The split means there's no shared vision for the post-pandemic future of the nation's largest metropolis, whose office workers have returned at a slower rate than in most other big U.S. cities.

Bill Gates on Covid: 'I don't want to be a voice of doom and gloom,' but 'the worst' could still be ahead

The US is closely watching another Covid surge for clues


Photo Capturing Still The Achilles Heel For Facial Recognition Tech (FRT)
DHS Biometric Rally 2021 results show accuracy gains, but masks and equality still challenges for some
Three quarters of the errors encountered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) in its latest biometrics rally occurred during the photo capture part of the process, compared to only one in four during matching.

The results of the 2021 Biometric Technology Rally, held at the Maryland Test Facility (MdTF), have been released for public review. Masks were a particular focus of the 2021 Rally.

DHS led 601 participants with diverse demographics through six steps, from informed consent to reporting, and analyzed the results according to anonymized vendor, but also gender and skin tone. The scenario tested for is a high-throughput identity check, meaning less than five seconds per person, without staff operation of equipment.

People without masks were correctly identified an average of 95 percent of the time, across all systems, while people wearing masks were correctly identified 86 percent of the time. The median system in the 2020 Biometric Rally identified people wearing masks 77 percent of the time.

The latest edition of the U.S. National Institute of Standard and Technology's (NIST's) Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) 1:N report, dated April 28, shows continued improvement among newly-submitted algorithms not just in biometric accuracy, but also size and speed. biometricupdate.com

Retail's Response to Roe v. Wade Uproar
Levi Strauss to reimburse abortion travel for employees
Levi Strauss & Co said on Wednesday it will reimburse travel expenses for its full- and part-time employees who need to travel to another state for health care services, including abortions. The apparel company best known for its jeans is the latest U.S. company to offer the benefit as various states clamp down on access to abortions.

And now, the U.S. Supreme Court looks set to vote to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide, according to a leaked initial draft majority opinion published by Politico on Monday.

"Given what is at stake, business leaders need to make their voices heard and act to protect the health and well-being of our employees. That means protecting reproductive rights," the company said in a statement.

Other companies have pledged to offer similar support to their U.S. employees who need to travel out of states like Texas and Oklahoma that have restricted access to abortion services. Amazon.com Inc, the second-largest U.S. private employer, on Monday told employees it will pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses yearly for non-life threatening medical treatments, among them elective abortions.

Crowd-sourced review platform Yelp, Inc said it will start in May to cover expenses for its employees and their dependents who need to travel to another state for abortion services.  reuters.com

Pharmacies may face challenges over abortion pills - Future Risks?
Abortion Pills Stand to Become the Next Battleground in a Post-Roe America
Medication abortion allows patients to terminate early pregnancies at home. Some states are moving to limit it, while others are working to expand access.

If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, the legal and culture wars over abortion that have consumed the United States for decades would increasingly be fought on a new front: abortion pills. nytimes.com

Fighting Off the Union Push
Starbucks to hike wages, double training for workers as CEO Schultz tries to head off union push

Starbucks said it will hike wages for tenured workers and double training for new employees as it seeks to beat back the union push from its baristas.

Starbucks said it will hike wages for tenured workers and double training for new employees as the company and its CEO, Howard Schultz, seek to beat back the union push from its baristas.

However, the coffee giant will not offer the enhanced benefits to workers at the roughly 50 company-owned cafes that have voted to unionize. Such changes at unionized stores would have to come through bargaining, Starbucks said.

In total, Starbucks plans to spend $1 billion on wage hikes, improved training and store innovation during fiscal 2022, which ends in the fall. On Schultz's first day back at the helm of the company, he suspended its buyback program to invest in workers and stores. cnbc.com

DOJ: Kohl's & Walmart to Pay $5.5M in Combined Penalties for Alleged Deceptive Violations of Textile Act & Rules & FTC Act Around the Use of Bamboo
Today, the Department of Justice, together with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), announced that Kohl's Inc. (Kohl's) and Walmart Inc. (Walmart) have agreed to pay $2.5 million and $3 million in civil penalties, respectively, in as part of settlements to resolve allegations that Kohl's and Walmart violated the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act (Textile Act) and associated rules (Textile Rules) and the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC Act) by making deceptive claims about products supposedly made of bamboo when such products were actually made of rayon and did not contain bamboo fibers. justice.gov

On the Look Out - New Retailer Booming - LP Needs & Jobs in Future?
Watch out Sephora

Dallas-based beauty retailer Miss A taking its $1 prices to 200 stores in 5 yrs.
The company, which has 300 employees and is growing by reinvesting profits, had sales of well into the eight figures last year from its shopmissa.com e-commerce business and a dozen Miss A stores in Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.

The retailer has already opened three stores this year and now has eight in D-FW, six in Houston and one in Albuquerque, N.M. Fifteen more stores are planned this year, including in Austin, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Rogers, Ark. Miss A, which is named for the owner Jean Baik's Korean middle name Jin-Ah, can sell items for $1 because it sells directly to the consumer "without a middleman." dallasnews.com

Apple retail employees in Atlanta to hold union election in June

Mother's Day spending to increase 13 percent - hit $32 billion

American Dream lost $60M last year

Quarterly Results

CVS Q1 store comp's up 10.7%, pharmacy comp's up 10.1%, front store comp's up 13.2%,

Yum Brands Q1 comp's up 3%, digital sales up 15%, sales up 8%

Rent A Center Q1 Business Segment down 1.2%, Acima Segment up 31%, Franchise down 34.6%, Mexico up 8.4%, revenue up 11.9%

EZCORP Q1 Consolidated results PLO up 39%, total revenue up 17%, net revenue up 13%

Dine Brands Global Q1 Applebee's domestic comp's up 14.3%, IHOP comp's up 18.1%, consolidated sales up 13%

Brinker Q3 systemwide comp's up 13.5%

Central Garden & Pet Q2 net sales up 2%

ebay Q1 Gross Merchandise Volume (GMV) down 20%, revenue down 6%

Senior LP & AP Jobs Market

Director of Security and Health & Safety job posted for Shopify (Remote, Americas)
As the Director of Security, Health and Safety, you will lead the development, execution and on-going improvements of a 360-degree, comprehensive program to enable the business and ensure the security and safety of the company's workforce and assets around the globe. The work you will be doing can be challenging. The ideal candidate isn't a bystander. You are curious and engaged, willing to jump in to solve problems and make data-driven decisions even when things feel very ambiguous. jobs.smartrecruiters.com

Senior Security Director job posted for GH Group in Venture, CA
In this newly created position, the Senior Security Director is responsible for the direct management of the development, installation, execution and maintenance of all security systems and protocols for the Company. The Senior Security Director role supports driving consistent results through strategic practices developed in partnership with the CFO, Cultivation, Manufacturing, Distribution, Retail and Corporate Heads of each division. indeed.com

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Prosegur Security Wins Genetec's Signature Brands
Partner of the Year Award

Prosegur has received a distinguished award in recognition of its ongoing
alliance in the United States

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (May 4, 2022) - Prosegur Security, a global leader in security technology, has been awarded the prestigious 2021 Signature Brands Partner of the Year Award (USA) from international security software company Genetec.

Every year, Genetec honors a select group of partners in an effort to recognize their work across regions and celebrate their close partners worldwide. This is Prosegur's first USA award from Genetec, signaling their strengthening partnership and their ongoing commitment to best serve each other and their customers in the security industry.

With Genetec being a global technology company providing solutions to improve security, operations and intelligence, and Prosegur offering a wide range of security services worldwide, both companies work together to help customers meet their security needs, which include implementing its advanced security software and hardware. Together, in the past year alone, the dual companies saw significant growth in sales and have worked together on several opportunities to provide security resources for organizations across the U.S.

"We are very proud of our partnership with Prosegur and are thrilled to be presenting them with this year's award for USA Signature Brands Partner of the Year," said Scott Thomas, national director of signature brands sales at Genetec. "Prosegur has been instrumental in the tremendous success that we've seen through our work together, and we are delighted to honor them for their hard work, unwavering support and their ability to continuously deliver for customers."

This award reaffirms Prosegur's commitment to collaboration and their joint efforts to better serve their users and provide security resources and solutions to their customers in the United States.

"We are honored to receive this award from Genetec," said Mike Dunn, CTO of Prosegur USA. "Working with the international security software company has not only made us stronger as a company, but it has also given us the unique ability to better understand our customers and grow together as leaders in the security industry. We are honored to work alongside Genetec, today and every day, and are looking forward to many joint efforts to come."

For more information about Prosegur Security, visit https://www.prosegur.us/.






Massive Chinese Cyber-Espionage Attack
China-Backed Winnti APT Siphons Reams of US Trade Secrets in Sprawling Cyber-Espionage Attack
China's Winnti cyberthreat group has been quietly stealing immense stores of intellectual property and other sensitive data from manufacturing and technology companies in North America and Asia for years.

AdvertisementThat's according to researchers from Cybereason, who estimate that the group has so far stolen hundreds of gigabytes of data from more than 30 global organizations since the cyber-espionage campaign began. Trade secrets are a big part of that, they said, including blueprints, formulas, diagrams, proprietary manufacturing documents, and other business-sensitive information.

In addition, the attackers have harvested details about a target organization's network architecture, user accounts, credentials, customer data, and business units that they could leverage in future attacks, Cybereason says in reports summarizing its investigation this week.

The security vendor said it has shared its findings with the FBI, which back in 2019 had warned of China-based cyberthreat groups engaged in the massive theft of intellectual property from US firms to support the country's "Made in China 2025" modernization initiative.

"Global manufacturers are targets of Chinese state-sponsored threat groups," says Assaf Dahan, senior director and head of threat research at Cybereason. "Our research highlights the importance of protecting Internet-facing assets, early detection of scanning activity and exploitation attempts, the ability to detect web shell activity, persistence, reconnaissance attempts by legitimate Windows tools, credential dumping, and lateral movement attempts."

Winnti (aka APT41, Wicked Panda, or Barium) is a threat group that has been active since at least 2010. The group is believed to be working on behalf of, or with the support of, the Chinese government. Some security vendors have described Winnti as an umbrella group comprised of multiple threat actors operating under the control of China's state intelligence agencies. The group has been linked to attacks in 2010 on scores of US firms (including Google and Yahoo). And in 2020, the US government indicted five members of the threat group, although the action did little to stop its activities. darkreading.com

$9.5M BEC Ring Leader Pleads Guilty
Illinois Man Pleads Guilty to Participating in Multimillion-Dollar Fraud and Money Laundering Schemes
Illinois man pleaded guilty to charges stemming from his participation in fraudulent business email compromise and account takeover schemes that targeted victims around the United States. Adetona Lala, 38, of Country Club Hills, Illinois, pleaded guilty, the defendant also agreed to forfeit approximately $2,310,330.33. Lala's guilty plea brings the total number of defendants who have pleaded guilty in the case to six.

from December 2017 through February 2020, Lala participated in a wide-ranging conspiracy that targeted dozens of victims with business email compromise, account takeover, and other fraud schemes. During the course of the conspiracy, Lala employed "field officers" who traveled across the country opening up fraudulent bank accounts designed to receive transfers from fraud victims.

Collectively, Lala and his co-conspirators attempted to defraud victims out of more than $9.5 million. According to the plea agreement, after receiving proceeds from these fraud schemes, Lala and his co-conspirators moved the funds between accounts to disguise their origin and conceal their fraudulent nature and then either transferred the proceeds to accounts in Nigeria or used them to purchase cryptocurrency or automobiles that were shipped overseas.

The maximum punishment for conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud is 30 years in prison and a $1,000,000.00 fine. The maximum penalty for conspiracy to commit money laundering is 20 years in prison and a fine of $500,000 or twice the value of the funds involved, whichever is greater. justice.gov

Regulating the Booming Crypto Market
SEC nearly doubles crypto unit staff to crack down on abuses in the booming market

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday that it will almost double its staff responsible for protecting investors in cryptocurrency markets.

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday that it will almost double its staff responsible for protecting investors in cryptocurrency markets. The regulator's Crypto Assets and Cyber team, a unit of the SEC's broader Enforcement division, will increase its head count by 20 for a total of 50 dedicated positions.

Wall Street's top law enforcer said that the 20 additions will include investigative staff attorneys, trial lawyers and fraud analysts. Both SEC Chair Gary Gensler and Enforcement Director Gurbir Grewal applauded the hires as overdue and key to regulating one of Wall Street's newest and most popular industries. cnbc.com

Self-promotion in cybersecurity: Why you should do it, and how
The cybersecurity market is hot! In 2021 Pinpoint Search Group recorded 300 funding rounds invested into cybersecurity vendors that added up to over $20 billion. 158 of those rounds of funding were A and B.

And the trend has held in 2022. Data from Q1 show 86 vendors raised a combined total of $5.3B. As so many new vendors arrive on the scene with full war chests, there's incredibly high demand for experienced cybersecurity professionals.

In this video for Help Net Security, Mark Sasson, Managing Partner at Pinpoint Search Group, talks about how cybersecurity professionals can promote themselves and why they should. helpnetsecurity.com

NIST Cybersecurity and Privacy Program - Update
New EO Guidance for Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management
NIST has released a revision of Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Systems and Organizations (NIST Special Publication 800-161 Revision 1).

Calif. Gov. Newsom Issues Executive Order for Crypto Business Rules
California is one of the first states to begin creating a comprehensive regulatory framework for crypto and blockchain technology; goal is to foster innovation, protect consumers.

Connecticut Likely to Become Fifth State to Enact Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Law




Pot Store Crime & Looting on the Rise
How to Prevent "Wildings" & Lootings at Your Cannabis Dispensary
In the past few years, retail stores across the United States have seen an influx in crime involving groups conducting smash and grab lootings, also known as "wildings." Cannabis dispensaries have not been immune to these crimes and many of these "wildings" occurred in California. In most cases, the incidents were over in a matter of minutes - with looters sometimes taking off with both cannabis and cash.

Advertisement"Wildings" and Looting at Cannabis Dispensaries

Smash and grab looting is a particular type of crime that combines wilding with retail theft. The basic idea behind smash and grab looting is that criminals smash through some type of barrier and commence to pillage the store. More often than not, smash and grab looting occurs when people break a large window, then make their way into the building.

Cannabis dispensaries in both San Francisco and Oakland have experienced looting as recently as fall 2021. Some of the dispensaries in the San Francisco Bay area, were hit hardest by wildings and continue to struggle with these violent incidents. In fact, San Francisco saw over 15 dispensaries looted in November 2021 and lost an estimated $5 million worth of cannabis products. Oakland, California reported similar incidents of wildings and lootings and the police chief stated that "hundreds" of vehicles were involved in targeting cannabis businesses.

How Can I Prevent Wilding at My Dispensary?

While you can't prevent riots and looting, you can be proactive about minimizing the risk at your cannabis dispensary and prepare yourself with an emergency action plan.

The purpose of any emergency plan is to organize actions during a crisis. Your plan should be constructed with every employee and customer's safety in mind as your first objective, and how to reduce losses to your business as your secondary objective. It is the responsibility of the owner and the management team to evaluate an emergency situation, ensure that appropriate action is taken, determine whether outside support is needed, and summon that support, if necessary. Incidents of "wildings" and lootings are often unpredictable and can turn violent without warning.

You can also take preventative measures with physical security to keep looters from entering your building. Adding visible deterrents such as security guards to let prospective criminals know that the property is well-secured is an excellent way to prevent crime. Dispensary owners can also implement security glass in windows so they cannot be smashed and install bollards or similar in front of points of ingress/egress to prevent a car from driving through the storefront. sapphirerisk.com

Times Square Has Gone to Pot
High times in Times Square - Marijuana sellers inundate NYC's Crossroads of the World, peddling joints and edibles freely
Enterprising weed peddlers taking advantage of the state's lack of marijuana regulations have turned the Crossroads of the World into a bud bazaar, where edibles and joints are freely sold from brightly colored trucks and makeshift street stands.

Weed World also operates a brick-and-mortar store near Times Square, just up Seventh Ave. from the M&M's Store. "Business has been really good," said one Weed World employee, who wished not to be named. "We are really popular."

The inundation of trucks and street stands have drawn the ire of Times Square merchants and residents who claim the trucks are taking up valuable parking spots and making it appear that the area has become an open-air drug market.

The New York City Sheriff has been tasked with inspecting the weed trucks in the coming weeks and towing those flagrantly violating the city's traffic and parking laws, a source with knowledge of the request said. The Sheriff's office said it couldn't comment on pending investigations.

Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill in March 2021 decriminalizing recreational marijuana for adults. Sales of weed in large quantities remain illegal until the state establishes regulations, rules for dispensaries and licenses.

Yet the state's decision to decriminalize marijuana before regulations were put in place created a gray zone where pot sellers try to skirt the law by selling small amounts, or exchanging marijuana for donations. Over the last few months weed trucks have been found all over the city, including Harlem. nydailynews.com

Crime Driving Changes to Security Requirements
Increased Security Requirements for Denver Dispensaries
As of January 1st, of this year, the city of Denver, Colorado has begun mandating cannabis dispensaries implement additional security requirements in response to recent increases in crime at cannabis businesses.

There are over 200 dispensaries in Denver that produce an estimated $700 million in annual revenue that now must comply with regulations that bear additional costs and include the use of a secure storage safe. Some dispensary owners see these additional requirements as a way to implement proactive security measures and improve upon the city's existing regulatory framework, while others are worried that the costs and growing pains could hurt their small businesses.

Changes to security requirements are likely due to increased crime at dispensaries in the city. The City of Denver saw a significant increase in crime from 2019 to 2020 and local studies show that "burglaries associated with commercial cannabis rose from 122 in 2019 to 175 in 2020." While many of these break-ins were unsuccessful, in certain cases robbers made out with both cash and large quantities of cannabis. sapphirerisk.com

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Another Lawsuit Hits Amazon
Woman says Amazon.com fired her because she got 'long COVID' - lawsuit
A former Amazon.com Inc employee sued the online retailer on Monday, saying it wrongly fired her and demanded she repay wages after she contracted "long COVID."

Brittany Hope, 29, a former brand manager for Amazon's fashion line The Drop in Manhattan, is seeking damages for alleged violations of federal, state and New York City disability laws.

The Brooklyn resident said she was hospitalized after being diagnosed with the flu on Feb. 3, 2020, four months after being hired, and a few weeks before the coronavirus started taking hold in the United States.

Hope said she "later realized" she had been "seriously ill with COVID and long COVID." The complaint filed in Manhattan federal court does not say whether Hope was diagnosed with COVID-19. It said Hope also complained to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Hope said that after the pandemic took hold and she began working 17-hour days, she began having suicidal thoughts and her physical health deteriorated. She said her May 12, 2020 request for medical leave caused Amazon to cut off access to her work email and the company's disability and leave portal.

She said Amazon fired her two months later for "job abandonment" and billed her $12,273 for alleged overpayment of wages. "Hope could not navigate the company's leave process because of her severe long COVID symptoms," the complaint said.

Her failure to receive reasonable accommodations "is familiar to many Americans [and] similar to that of other Amazon employees who have found it difficult to balance the challenges to their own wellbeing against the demands of their jobs," Hope's lawyer Alex Berke said in a statement. reuters.com

Behind the Amazon Union Effort
The fight to unionize Amazon's warehouses

The latest on organization efforts at one of the world's largest retailers

The recent string of elections started in Bessemer, Alabama, when the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union attempted to organize Amazon's BHM1 facility, which had around 5,800 workers at the time. In 2021, the workers voted resoundingly against unionizing, but the union successfully petitioned the National Labor Relations Board for a redo, claiming that Amazon had interfered by installing a mailbox at its own facility. The second election saw lower turnout, but much closer results, though the large number of contested ballots left the results hanging in the balance.

Elsewhere, the Amazon Labor Union, an organization made up of former and current Amazon workers that's not affiliated with a larger union, has made attempts to organize multiple warehouses in Staten Island, New York. It ended up securing union votes at two facilities: JFK8, and LDJ5. On April 1st, 2022, workers at JFK8 voted to organize with the ALU, making their warehouse the first Amazon facility to unionize. About a month later, workers at the next-door LDJ5 facility voted against unionizing.

Throughout all of this, Amazon has faced accusations of union busting, and other attempts to interfere with the electoral process (some of which have been bizarre - it allegedly manipulated traffic patterns in Alabama). For its part, the company has accused the unions, and the National Labor Relations board, of doing the same. But with at least one warehouse unionized, it seems certain there will be other attempts to organize. theverge.com

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New York, NY: Jewelry Shop Smash-And-Grab Heist Tied to At Least 18 NYC Thefts, Netting Thieves $250K
Surveillance video showed a sledgehammer-wielding thief smash his way through the front window of a Bronx jewelry store, part of a string of at least 18 connected NYC robberies in which police said nearly $250,000 in merchandise has been swiped. The video, from around 4 p.m. Sunday, shows the man dressed in all black take a sledgehammer to the front window of the M&NP Jewelers store on White Plains Road in the Pelham Parkway section during broad daylight. "All of a sudden we hear a boom, a loud boom. The last thing I had in my mind was that we were gonna get robbed," said store employee Yailin Reyes, who was working inside at the time. Reyes and her coworkers can be seen jumping back when the hammer first hit the window. She somehow had the presence of mind to run to the front gate and pull it down. The total loss was $20,000, but Reyes' boss knows it could have been much worse. He told them to close the gate in case of a burglary. Police said the incident is part of a citywide jewelry store robbery pattern the last few months. At least 18 stores have been hit, with the robbers getting away with more than $247,000 in goods have been stolen. In the latest incident, on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, police said that the same crew broke into a store just a day after the Bronx heist, and got away with more than $187,000 in jewelry. nbcnewyork.com

Aventura, FL: Serial Shoplifter hits Saks OFF 5th Nordstrom Rack, Marshalls and Old Navy
Detectives are investigating a serial shoplifter who was arrested for targeting stores in Aventura. Surveillance videos show Nestor Jimenez stealing four pairs of Balenciaga sunglasses from Saks OFF 5TH and 25 pairs of jeans from Old Navy, according to Sgt. Hans Maestre. He fled in a white BMW. Officers arrested Jimenez on Friday and he appeared in Miami-Dade County court on Saturday to face charges for thefts at Nordstrom Rack, Marshalls, and Old Navy. local10.com

Charlotte, NC: Nordstrom of SouthPark Mall employee accused of diverting $10,000 in online orders to her home

Visalia, CA: 3 arrested for stealing chainsaws from local Hardware store; $2000 in items recovered

Yonkers, NY: Macy's Cross County Robbed of $2500 in perfume

Portage, IN: Police investigating theft at Strack &Van Til Grocery store

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Shootings & Deaths

Peachtree City, GA: Employee killed outside CVS; Man admits to deadly shooting
in 911 call
A CVS employee was shot dead at his place of work in Peachtree City on Wednesday, according to police. In a 911 call, a man who identified himself as the shooter admitted to killing the victim. Police said they have the suspect, 45-year-old Marlon Jones in custody. In an afternoon update, investigators identified the victim as 35-year-old Donell Hicks from Newnan, police said. Though Hicks is a CVS employee, authorities clarified the deadly shooting happened outside of the store on Lexington Circle. Chris Hyatt with the Peachtree City Police Department said the victim and suspect knew each other. Peachtree City investigators are still working to learn what led up to the shooting, but they believe it was domestic-related.  11alive.com

Memphis, TN: Man shot, killed outside Popeyes restaurant
A man was shot and killed at Popeyes in Memphis on Tuesday afternoon, according to Memphis Police Department. Police were called to the Frayser Boulevard location where the victim was found in the parking lot with a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene. There's no word on a potential suspect or motive at this time. actionnews5.com

Compton, CA: Gun battle erupts after store employee returns fire on robbers
Authorities on Wednesday released video of a shootout at a Southern California smoke shop last month that killed a robber and wounded a security guard. A second suspect has been captured and two other men are being sought for the armed robbery that occurred shortly before 7 p.m. on April 3 at the Smoke Shop in Compton, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a statement. Video from a surveillance camera shows the security guard standing behind the counter when four men enter the store. One pulls a gun from his waistband and points it at the guard's face. The guard starts to pull a handgun from a holster and the robber fires. The guard ducks and falls to the floor behind the counter as glass shatters while the robber backs up and trips over one of his accomplices. A second suspect also fires at the guard, video shows.

All four men then scramble to the front of the store and cower behind shelves, with at least three shooting at the guard before they manage to escape. The guard, who wore a protective vest, was treated at a hospital for gunshot wounds to his face and neck and was released, the Sheriff's Department said. A short time later, Justin Culberson, 18, turned up at a hospital with a gunshot wound to his abdomen and died later that night. Kamren Nettles, 18, was arrested the next day and has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and to murder for the death of Culberson during the holdup. Authorities said they're still searching for suspects identified as Kahlel Malik Lundy, 23, and Keith Terrion Rachel, 21. fox10phoenix.com

Atlanta, GA: Police officer shot in northwest Atlanta along popular strip of restaurants
An Atlanta police officer was shot in northwest Atlanta Thursday morning. The incident happened on Marietta Street along a popular strip of restaurants that includes bartaco. Atlanta police said the officer is stable. NewsChopper 2 was over the scene when police escorted an ambulance to Grady Memorial Hospital. Police said they are still working to determine the circumstances of the shooting. Police told Channel 2′s Darryn Moore that there was one person in custody and they believe the shooting stemmed from a robbery call. news.yahoo.com


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

New York, NY: Former Employee Accused in $2.8M Theft from Jewelry Company
A former bookkeeper for New York City-based jewelry company Julie Vos is accused of stealing more than $2.8 million dollars from the firm. He's alleged to have committed the crimes between September 2014 and April 2021, according to a press release from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg Jr. Francisco Lopez, 36, is charged in a New York State Supreme Court indictment with first- degree grand larceny and first-degree criminal possession of stolen property. "Francisco Lopez is charged with capitalizing on his insider access to steal nearly $3 million from a New York City-based business over seven years," Bragg said. instoremag.com

Waco, TX: Austin man sentenced for altercation that injured off-duty officer at Richland Mall
A self-professed lifelong thief and crack addict was sentenced to 50 years in prison Wednesday after he injured an off-duty police officer in 2019 following an attempt to steal $800 worth of clothes from Dillard's at Richland Mall in Waco. Jurors in Waco's 19th State District Court deliberated 30 minutes before convicting Andre Boyd, 48, as a habitual criminal on aggravated robbery, aggravated assault against a peace officer and evading arrest in a vehicle charges. The jury deliberated Boyd's punishment for about an hour before deciding on 50-year sentences on each of the three counts, which Boyd will serve concurrently. Boyd, who has 13 previous felony convictions and 10 misdemeanor convictions dating back to when he was 17, must serve at least 25 years in prison before he can seek parole. kwtx.com

Daytona Beach, FL: Fight at Volusia Mall caught on camera; police looking for man and woman
The Daytona Beach Police Department have identified a man and woman who were captured on cell phone video arguing with a restaurant employee in the food court at Volusia Mall over the weekend. However, they have yet to be located. In the video, a man and woman appear to be yelling and arguing with a restaurant employee. At some point, as the man and woman begin to walk away, the restaurant employee appears to throw something in their direction. The man and woman return and take down the plastic barrier and cash register, according to the incident report. fox35orlando.com

Las Vegas, NV: Thieves steal almost 10,000 gallons of gas as police warn about increase in thefts
Police in Las Vegas arrested three men in connection to the theft of almost 10,000 gallons of gas. They are warning residents about an uptick in gas thieves during the summer months. Gas prices are up more than a $1.50 from this time last year even before the summer travel rush. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said sky-high prices are motivating thieves. At a gas station off Interstate 15 and Blue Diamond, the Chevron gas station at Windmill and Las Vegas Boulevard, police reported that a fuel theft ring stole almost 10,000 gallons of gas, KVVU reported. wwnytv.com

Fargo, ND: Police, Toy store hope recent theft serves as community learning lesson
He's the giraffe who made headlines last week after three juveniles were caught on camera walking into a Fargo toy store and running out with the 8-foot-tall stuffed animal named Gary. The three suspects have since been referred to juvenile court on felony theft charges as Gary is valued at more than $1,000. "Gary was such a valuable item, not just financially, but in the spirit of the store. He meant a lot," Legacy Toys Store Manager KaSara Osborne said. Fargo Police says recently, officers have been seeing an increase in aggressive behavior when dealing with juveniles, both physically and verbally. valleynewslive.com

Memphis, TN: Man wanted in string of dollar store armed robberies in Memphis

San Antonio, TX: SAPD seeks public's help to identify man accused of Armed Robbery at Macy's at Ingram Park Mall

Cleveland, OH: Gun-carrying shoplifter accused of robbery; loaded handgun in purse

Lady Lake, FL: Suspect in theft of knife apprehended after fleeing Sportsman's Warehouse

Abington Township, PA: Armed Robbery Suspect Threatened Mall Security With Knife at Willow Grove Park Mall

Erie County, PA: Pennsylvania State Police seeking suspect in Indecent Exposure Incidents at Target and Walmart

Elkhart, IN: Police reach $7.5 million legal settlement; man pardoned after spending over 7 years in prison for an armed robbery he didn't commit

Albuquerque, NM: Target employee accused of embezzling over $10,000 from store



U.S. Customs seize 460 counterfeit Rolex watches from China worth $10.1M
U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports officers in Indianapolis seized two shipments that contained hundreds of counterfeit Rolex watches at the end of April. Officials said the shipments contained 460 watches that were arriving from Honk Kong en route to Brooklyn, New York. Officers reported the vendor had a history of fraudulent shipments and these shipments were deemed counterfeit by their trade intelligence. The agency said if the counterfeit watches were genuine, they would've been valued at $10.1 million based on the manufacturer's suggested retail price. wsmv.com



C-Store- Centralia, MO - Armed Robbery
C-Store - San Antonio, TX - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Montgomery County, MD - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Smith County, TX - Robbery
Collectables - Cambria, CA - Burglary
Dollar General - Macon, GA - Armed Robbery
Electronics - Erie, PA - Robbery
Family Dollar - Memphis, TN - Armed Robbery
Grocery - Cleveland, OH - Robbery
Gym - Fountain, CO - Burglary
Jewelry - New York, NY - Robbery
Jewelry - Albuquerque, NM - Robbery
Jewelry - White Plains, NY - Robbery
Jewelry - Hialeah, FL - Robbery
Macy's - Yonkers, NY - Robbery
Macy's - San Antonio, TX - Armed Robbery
Mall - Abington Township, PA - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - San Antonio, TX - Robbery
7-Eleven - Sparks, NV - Robbery
7-Eleven - Buffalo Grove, IL - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 18 robberies
• 2 burglaries
• 0 shootings
• 0 killed

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