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Jeannie (Cordero) Tatis promoted to AWS, Global Head of Data Centers Investigations for Amazon

Jeannie has been with Amazon for more than four years, starting with the company in 2018 as Regional Logistics Loss Prevention Manager. Before her promotion to AWS, Global Head of Data Centers Investigations, she served as Sr. Regional Loss Prevention Manager - NASC- South for nearly two years. Earlier in her career, she held security/LP/AP roles with Richline Group, Ross Stores, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Tiffany. Congratulations, Jeannie!

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NRF PROTECT 2022 Update

2022 NRF Ring of Excellence Honorees
NRF Protect to Honor Top Loss Prevention Professionals

NRF PROTECT takes place in Cleveland from June 21-23

The National Retail Federation will honor two veteran loss prevention professionals for their outstanding contributions to combat retail crime on June 23 during the annual NRF PROTECT conference in Cleveland.

"Loss prevention professionals embody the courage and character necessary to protect retail company assets, employees and customers from evolving threats," NRF Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President of Content and Membership Martine Reardon said. "We are proud to honor and celebrate this year's Ring of Excellence honorees for their significant and lasting impact on loss prevention and the retail industry."

The Ring of Excellence Award is reserved for distinguished professionals who have shaped the loss prevention industry through their leadership and innovations. This year's recipients are Van Carney, senior security and loss prevention consultant for Keiser Communications and Security LLC, and Alisa Dart, group vice president for asset protection for Albertsons Companies.

Carney spent nearly three decades leading loss prevention, safety and security for Domino's corporate headquarters as well as its largest franchise, MSK Management. He is now employed at Keiser, where he developed the company's physical security requirements and executive protection program. He recently uncovered a major embezzlement scheme, recovering a substantial portion of the $117,000 loss.

Dart has been in the asset protection field for more than 25 years. She oversees asset protection functions for more than 2,200 Albertsons Companies stores across 34 states and is a leader in defining standards and analytic functions to identify and reduce shrink. She has also held the positions of director of store loss at Nordstrom and national vice president of operations and asset protection at Macy's Inc.  nrf.com

An Exciting Event with The Zellman Group at NRF PROTECT 2022

Meet former MLB power hitter Cecil Fielder at NRF PROTECT 2022 in The Zellman Group's booth #4009 on Thursday, June 23rd between 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM. In his career, Cecil Fielder's batting average was .255, with 744 runs, 200 doubles, 319 home runs, 1,008 RBI, and a .482 slugging average, drawing 693 walks for a .345 on-base percentage.

The Zellman Group is sponsoring Cecil Fielder and a digital photobooth. All photographs will be emailed to the recipients.

The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

Murder Data: Is New York City Safer Than Rural America?
Analysis: New York City Is a Lot Safer Than Small-Town America

Rising homicide rates don't tell the whole story. When you dig deeper into data on deaths, you'll find the more urban your surroundings, the less danger you face.

Since the summer of 2020 the United States has been experiencing a deadly wave of violence, and New York City has not been immune. The number of homicides in the city shot up 47% in 2020, and rose another 4% last year. While the tally is down 9% so far this year there have been some shocking murders, not to mention a mass shooting on the subway that miraculously didn't take any lives.

Regular consumers of the news would thus be forgiven for believing that the Big Apple has become a terribly dangerous place. And yes, it is markedly more dangerous than it was before the pandemic. I'm not here to dismiss concerns about rising crime in the city. But a little context is in order.

The historical context, which a fair number of people are aware of, is that New York's pandemic murder wave followed a long decline, with the city's homicide rate in 2021 still less than a fifth what it was in 1990. The geographical context, which seems to be less widely understood, is that while homicide rates fell sharply all over the the US in the 1990s, that decline slowed in the 2000s and reversed starting in 2015. In Philadelphia the homicide rate is now worse than it was in the early 1990s, and in Chicago it's close. Which means there's a growing gap between New York City and most of the rest of urban America.

New York isn't just safe relative to other big cities. Suburban counties in large metro areas have tended to have the lowest homicide rates, but New York City's was even lower from 2017 to 2019 and was only slightly higher in 2020, the most recent year for which the CDC has full data.

Some causes of death other than homicide seem pretty relevant to assessing safety. New Yorkers are only about as third as likely to die in transportation accidents of any kind as Americans are overall. Put homicide and transportation risks together, and New York starts looking like a refuge from the American carnage.

The overall lesson seems to be that the more urban your surroundings, the less danger you face. High homicide rates in some cities mean that the central counties in large metropolitan areas are on the whole slightly more dangerous than the suburban counties, but that's the only exception. The risk of death from truly external causes, as defined here, is three times higher in rural and small-town America than in the country's largest city. washingtonpost.com  bloomberg.com

Ignoring Crime Will Get DAs Recalled
Opinion: Delusion on San Francisco Crime Will Get You Recalled

Prosecutorial reform is one thing. Chesa Boudin's incompetence is another.

San Francisco voters, by a roughly 60-40 margin, passed Yes on H, the measure to recall progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who initially squeaked out a ranked-choice victory in November 2019. Mayor London Breed will appoint a new D.A. to serve until the next general election in 2023.

Voters saw Boudin and his supporters as willing to sacrifice San Francisco to ideals that did not make things better for the average person. Boudin's ilk seem to whistle past the uptick in retail theft, the 1,792 accidental overdose deaths from 2019-2021, and the black market drug issues at U.N. Plaza, which I can report is an absolute hell on earth.

Boudin supporters blame the festering at U.N. Plaza on the failure of the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to make arrests. "The police are so incompetent and scandal-ridden. They clear less than 9 percent of their cases," Lara Bazelon, a professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law and a Boudin supporter, told me last week. "If you commit a crime in the city, you have a 91 percent chance of just walking away. I feel like the conversation should be over right there."

The answer, of course, is not a crackdown on low-level, victimless crimes or a carte blanche for cops. Nor can a D.A. fix the economic or regulatory circumstances that lead to people living on the streets. But people want to live with the basic expectation that if they are robbed or assaulted, competent authorities will make an effort to bring the criminal to justice. Fair or not, San Franciscans were no longer living under that expectation, and hope the incoming regime will bring it back.

For the sake of progress, people will live with their cars being broken into again, with a double-digit rise in property crimes, with people literally dying on their streets. But at a certain point, and if given the chance, they will call a fire a fire, and will put it out. reason.com

LA's Progressive DA Could be Recalled Next Over Crime Policies
Los Angeles DA Gascon blames increasing crime on 'bad policies' that 'over-criminalize communities'
Gascon's comments came after San Francisco voters ousted District Attorney Chesa Boudin - a move that some political commentators interpreted as a preview into Gascon's fate, as his critics effort signatures to hold a similar recall vote in LA.

Gascon continued: "To create a safer community, absolutely we have to hold people accountable, but we also have to understand that we cannot do business as we always have and think that we're going to get any safer because the reality is that the problems we have today [are] the result of many of the bad policies that over-criminalize communities without really looking for a path forward to create the reduction of crime, the prevention of crime."

"The problems are a lack of high bail for arrestees, short or no incarceration for convicts, no treatment for the mentally ill, understaffed police departments, concentrated attacks on traditional values, politicians who blame inanimate guns instead of criminals & progressive DAs," the National Police Association tweeted.

More than 9 of 10 Los Angeles prosecutors are supporting the effort to recall Gascon, according to the Los Angeles Association of Deputy District Attorneys (LAADDA), which released the results of a vote among county prosecutors in February. foxnews.com

Lawmakers Tackle Gun Violence & Organized Retail Theft
Op-ed: How to stop gun violence, fund police, take on organized theft
For years we have seen rising gun violence and commercial theft threaten public safety and hurt our local economies. I have worked with those on the frontlines to find unique solutions to help build thriving communities and keep families safe. I have also secured funding and helped pass legislation that will increase safety and discourage criminals from engaging in widespread commercial theft.

No two towns are the same, which is why I believe it is so important to build community partnerships. That's why I have met with local police chiefs, community organizations, Decatur Mayor Julie Moore Wolfe, Decatur City Manager Scot Wrighton, and Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder to understand what they need to prevent and reduce crime in their communities. The result is that I successfully secured budget funds for both Springfield and Decatur to combat crime and invest in violence prevention and community development.

I also helped pass the organized retail crime bill, which was signed into law by the governor. This legislation is a comprehensive effort to curb crime and help us fight back against criminals responsible for smash and grabs.

These crimes are devastating our local economies, are oftentimes violent, and the people responsible are using the money they make selling stolen goods to carry out other criminal activities in our communities. We can't allow these threats to our local businesses or our livelihoods.

Everyone wants to live in a peaceful community, where they can feel safe carrying on their daily lives. Gun violence and rising commercial theft have been threatening that peace and keeping our communities from prospering. By securing funds, building relationships with our community organizations and law enforcement, and passing legislation to curb criminal activity, we are one step closer to everyone feeling more safe. sj-r.com

Confronting Retail Crime & Violence Across the Pond
UK: The Fed's annual conference set to address retail crime & cost-of-living crisis

National president Narinder Randhawa said:' We operate in an ever-changing and fiercely competitive trading environment, and we have to rise to the challenges this presents'

Independent retailers will have the opportunity to get ready for upcoming legislation and ensure their store stays afloat during current economic uncertainty at The Fed's upcoming annual conference.

The event, which takes place later this month, will see panel discussions, presentations and debates on key topics such as retail crime and the deposit return scheme (DRS). National president Narinder Randhawa said: "We operate in an ever-changing and fiercely competitive trading environment, and we have to rise to the challenges this presents."

Police chief Patrick Holdaway, lead of the National Business Crime Centre, and Sussex police and crime commissioner Katy Bourne, have both been confirmed to speak on the issue of crime, discussing recent developments to combat abuse and attacks against staff, and also focus on protection against shop theft.

This comes following a 'milestone' amendment to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act, meaning assaults against shopworkers will carry tougher penalties. betterretailing.com
NYC's Crime Crisis Taking a Toll
Most NYC residents say city is less safe since pandemic

Half of New Yorkers polled about Mayor Eric Adams said they have changed their daily routines in response to crime

A majority of New Yorkers believe the city has become less safe in recent years, with more than three-quarters saying they fear being a victim of a crime, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Siena College Research Institute.

Seventy percent said they feel less safe in the city now than before the pandemic. Half of those polled said they have changed their daily routine to feel safer, which included at least 40% of adults in every borough, gender, age, race, party or income level.

"New Yorkers are rightly worried about crime, which is why public safety has been Mayor Adams' top priority since day one," said Adams' press secretary Fabien Levy. "While reducing crime in the city won't happen overnight, we are seeing movement and the most recent figures from the NYPD reflect progress, with shootings going down week after week for the last two months." foxnews.com

The Debate Over Low-Level Shoplifting Punishment
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron Seeks Increased Punishment For Low-Level Shoplifting
According to the Courier Journal, Attorney General Daniel Cameron is asking the Kentucky Supreme Court to reinstate the overturned felony conviction of a woman found guilty of stealing $80.80 of merchandise by cheating a Walmart self-checkout kiosk by swapping bar codes.

Instead of being charged with a misdemeanor, the typical charge for stealing $500 or less, she was indicted and found guilty of a charge of unlawful access to a computer, which is a felony punishable by ten years in prison. The Kentucky Court of Appeals threw out the conviction as overly harsh, but Cameron, who is running for governor, feels differently. leoweekly.com

Supermarket where Buffalo shooting occurred could reopen by end of July

Mass shooting survivors, parents of victims demand Congress act on gun control


COVID Update

590M Vaccinations Given

US: 87.1M Cases - 1M Dead - 82.9M Recovered
Worldwide: 539.2M Cases - 6.3M Dead - 512M Recovered

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Preparing for the Next Retail Lockdown
Should retail leases include clauses covering future shutdowns?
Beginning in March of 2020, most retailers throughout the U.S. were forced to close for at least a few weeks to comply with government shutdown orders due to the pandemic. When it came to retail tenants paying the landlord under such circumstances, it was not clear who was on the hook for what. Now that retailers appreciate the possibility of facing emergency shutdowns, some are asking for shutdown-related stipulations in writing.

Retailers are trying to negotiate terms like rent abatement or rent deferral in case of a new forced closure, according to GlobeSt. This is leading to difficult conversations with landlords who tend to be outright uninterested in discussing tenant rent abatement.

Some landlords who agreed to terms during the first shutdown have been amenable to carrying those over in the case of future forced business closures. The definition of a forced business closure is slippery, too, given the difference observed in 2020 between businesses that could not operate at all and those that could operate in a limited capacity via delivery or e-commerce.

The request for such clauses is not the first rethinking of what goes into a landlord-retail tenant lease since the start of the pandemic. Early in 2021, as a result of the spike in the number of retail real estate vacancies, retailers negotiated more short-term leases with landlords. Such leases are advantageous to retailers because they require less of a commitment and carry a reduced risk of being stuck in a lease during a downturn in foot traffic (or a forced closure). At the same time, they can allow a landlord to increase rent or kick out a tenant more quickly, possibly just as the retailer is developing a loyal customer base in the location. retaildive.com

Pandemic Headaches Causing Consumer Frustration
COVID Disruption Has Reversed Consumer Perception of Companies

A year marred by supply-chain delays and staffing shortages has reversed consumers' improving perceptions of companies and government departments

The second year of Covid-19 will be remembered by many consumers as the era in which they couldn't order stuff they needed, waited months for shipped items, and took hours to reach a customer service representative on the phone.

Now it's official: The quality of customer experience offered by consumer-facing brands and government agencies declined in the year through April 2022.

That's according to Forrester Research Inc.'s latest annual study on customer experience, which analyzed 96,211 U.S. consumers' perceptions of 221 companies and federal agencies. Forrester derived customer experience scores of 0 to 100 from respondents' answers to questions such as how easy a brand is to work with and how likely they are to use a brand again.

The average customer experience score, or CX score, in the 2022 survey was 71.3, down from 72.0 in 2021, Forrester found. CX Index scores had been steadily rising before this year's slump. wsj.com

COVID Reinfections Surging
Americans keep getting reinfected with COVID-19 as new variants emerge
The phenomenon of reinfection -- which the CDC defines as a person who was infected, recovered, and then later became infected again -- has become increasingly reported over the last year, at first during the delta variant surge, and then during subsequent omicron surges.

Reinfection, spurred in part by more transmissible variants, waning immunity and relaxed attitudes towards effective mitigation measures like masks, mean that getting the pandemic under control is that much harder, even if cases are generally not severe, experts said. It also indicates that notions of "protection," both from natural infection and vaccination, held up earlier in the pandemic have changed. Similar to a common cold, it is possible to become infected multiple times.

ABC News contacted officials from health departments in all 50 states, and found that although data is still largely unavailable, a growing number of people do appear to experience reinfection with COVID-19. abc7.com

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$175 Million Retail Sex Bias Settlement
Sterling Jewelers Reaches Settlement in Long-Running Sex Bias Case
Sterling Jewelers Inc. agreed to pay $125 million to roughly 68,000 female retail sales workers who sued the company 14 years ago alleging sex bias in pay and promotions, according to a press statement and class counsel. Sterling will also pay class counsel $50 million in attorneys' fees and costs as part of the settlement.

The deal still needs to be approved by the arbitrator overseeing the landmark class arbitration, attorney Joseph M. Sellers told Bloomberg Law Thursday. After that, the case will be sent back to the US District Court for the Southern District of New York-where the women sued in 2008-and the class will ask the court to confirm the arbitrator's award, Sellers said. He's a partner in Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC in Washington.

Practices Changing

The settlement was partly spurred by changes the Signet Jewelers subsidiary had already begun to undertake to transform its pay and promotion practices, Sellers told Bloomberg Law. The company is working to eliminate decision-making factors that caused the bias in an industry where a vast majority of the employees are women, he said.

The pay practices that are changing discounted women's prior experiences at the time they were hired and caused their starting pay to be lower than it should have been, Sellers said. They "started low and stayed low" because their pay wasn't properly adjusted upward despite their success in selling Sterling's merchandise, Sellers said.

'Singular Importance'

Women continuing to receive unequal pay throughout their careers based on discrimination in the setting of their starting pay is a widespread problem that needed to be challenged, Sellers said. The courage and commitment of the women who spearheaded the suit through four trips to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and two to the US Supreme Court is another reason why the case is of "singular importance," he said.

Sterling's status as an industry leader is yet another reason why the settlement is so significant, Sellers said. The industry has always "been accessible but not necessarily hospitable to women," he said. The case and the settlement will have a ripple effect not just within the company, but also likely throughout the industry, he said. bloomberg.com

Retail's Union Push Continues
Apple Retail Workers In New York Switch Unions
Apple retail workers at the Grand Central store in New York are unionizing with the Communications Workers of America (CWA) rather than Workers United as originally planned. The move is part of a broad organizing push at Apple retail stores across the country, where workers in Maryland, Georgia, and Kentucky have announced union campaigns. If any of the stores are successful, it will represent the first union of Apple employees in the United States.

In a press release, both unions framed the move as a positive step toward consolidating worker power across the country. "CWA has a national plan that will lead to density and collective power for Apple Retail workers," said Lynne Fox, international president of Workers United. "It is counterproductive for Unions to go after 'hot shops' to the detriment of the collective good of the campaign."

The move narrows the total number of national unions publicly working to organize Apple retail workers to two: CWA and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW), which is organizing workers at the Towson Town Center store in Maryland. Workers in Towson have filed for a union election, set to start on June 15th. While not unheard of for multiple unions to represent workers at one company, the new strategy could help CWA push back at Apple's anti-union tactics more effectively, workers say. vervetimes.com

The Never-Ending Supply Chain Crisis
Supply chain outlook still 'pretty severe,' economist says

The supply chain crunch will persist and place upward pressure on already high inflation, warned one Citigroup economist.

"The supply chain picture continues to look pretty severe... as a result of some of these geopolitical developments, their implications for commodities in particular," Citi Global Chief Economist Nathan Sheets said on Yahoo Finance Live (video above). "That's exacerbated by uncertainties about production as a result of Asia and China's zero COVID policy. ... And I think that it means for inflation, that we're going to continue to see some of this supply shock-driven upward pressure on prices."

"To relieve the stress in global trade, we ultimately need to see an improvement in the pandemic," the strategists wrote. "Some specific supply chain issues are beginning to unwind but there are still a number of lingering unknowns." In the note, Sheets and his team explained that the pandemic demolished the idea that global supply chains were fully optimized.

"Until the pandemic, the broad consensus was that supply chains were 'optimized' and functioning smoothly," they stated. "Firms were thought to have broadly solved the riddle of how to keep inventories lean and simultaneously ensure a reliable flow of inputs for use in production. ... Rather than a smooth predictable flow of demand, production, and transportation - the past two years have seen surging demand for final goods coupled with episodic disruptions in the availability of the inputs required to produce those goods." finance.yahoo.com

CFO Survey Has Grim Economic News
The recession will hit in the first half of 2023 and the Dow is headed lower: CNBC CFO survey

Amid high inflation that has become the No. 1 business risk, not a single chief financial officer surveyed by CNBC thinks a recession can be avoided.

Many economic prognosticators and Wall Street stock pickers have made it clear where they stand on inflation and the Federal Reserve policy response: the economy and markets will get worse before they get better. Many chief financial officers at top companies agree with them, according to the results from the latest CNBC CFO Council survey.

According to the majority (68%) of CFOs responding to the survey, a recession will occur during the first half of 2023. No CFO forecast a recession any later than the second half of next year, and no CFO thinks the economy will avoid a recession. cnbc.com

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Law Enforcement's International Cybercrime Crackdown Continues
FBI cybercrime seizure takes down one-time Ukraine IT Army collaborator
On May 31, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that it had seized a trio of domains as part of an international cybercrime law enforcement action.

The domains - ovh-booter[.]com, weleakinfo[.]to and ipstress[.]in - enabled "two distressingly common threats," U.S. Attorney of the District of Columbia Matthew Graves said in a statement. "Websites trafficking in stolen personal information and sites which attack and disrupt legitimate internet businesses."

It didn't take long for some to notice that one of the domains, IPStress, was until recently affiliated with Ukraine's IT Army, the Ukrainian government-sanctioned but volunteer-run effort that encourages ongoing cyber attacks against a multitude of Russian targets as part of Ukraine's efforts to defend itself against Russian military assault.

A link to the service's website and Telegram account was active on the IT Army's English-language site as of Tuesday but was taken down after CyberScoop inquired about the connection. Visitors to the domain are greeted with a warning that it's been seized. Previously the site boasted "the best ip booter stresser" that "can down any game server" and was able to bypass "every protection such as cloudflare with our blazingfast methods. Buy now and enjoy the strong power from our botnets as well."

The stated goal of the IT Army is to "create automated systems attacks on information resources and services of the enemy country." Its website - which can be toggled between Ukrainian and English - offers various downloadable tools and instructions in order to launch distributed denial-of-service attacks on various targets, which overwhelm targeted computers and networks with traffic to render them inaccessible.

An unnamed person replying to questions sent via email to the IT Army told CyberScoop that affiliation with IPStress spanned a few weeks in May and had been "terminated ... due to poor execution from their end." cyberscoop.com

Spreading Ransomware Through Fake Windows Updates
Fake Windows Updates Trick Users Into Installing Ransomware

That Windows update might not be what it seems. Learn how cybercriminals use fake Windows updates to deceive users into downloading malicious code.

According to recent reports, Magniber ransomware is being spread by way of fake Windows updates. While some of these fake updates are designed to trick unsuspecting end users, others are in fact designed to trick IT pros. A user that installs a fake Windows update could cause significant damage.

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As you probably already know, legitimate Windows updates are delivered through Microsoft's Windows Update service. Unsurprisingly, attackers will try to trick users into installing fake Windows updates by presenting them with a fake Windows Update screen. The screen says that there is an update to install and provides a link to start the installation. The unsuspecting user then clicks the link and installs ransomware.

Fake Windows Updates via Phishing Emails

A far more common technique involves emailing Windows Update messages to potential victims. These phishing emails usually include a subject line such as "Critical Microsoft Windows Update" or "Install Latest Windows Update Now." Some of the emails are obvious fakes: They are chock-full of misspellings and grammatical errors, contain threats, or provide completely illogical instructions. Other times, though, these bait messages can be far more convincing.


As a best practice, you should never download Windows or Windows updates outside of the official channels. However, if you find yourself with no choice but to use a non-Microsoft source, make sure you perform the download from a hardened virtual machine. The virtual machine should be hardened to the point that an infection within it can't spread across your network. itprotoday.com

China's 'Extensive Cyber Espionage Campaign'
China-Sponsored Cyberattackers Target Networking Gear to Build Widespread Attack Infrastructure

Compromised routers, VPNs, and NAS devices from Cisco, Citrix, Pulse, Zyxel, and others are all being used as part of an extensive cyber espionage campaign.

State-sponsored cyberattackers affiliated with China are actively building out a large network of attack infrastructure by compromising targets in the public and private spheres.

According to a joint alert from Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the National Security Agency (NSA), and the FBI, the attackers are targeting major telecom companies and network service providers with a set of exploits for known vulnerabilities in a variety of routers, VPNs, and other networking gear, as well as network-attached storage (NAS) devices.

The network devices are then being used as additional access points to route command-and-control (C2) traffic and act as midpoints to carry out network intrusions on other entities, according to the alert - all bent on stealing sensitive information.

The cyberattackers "typically conduct their intrusions by accessing compromised servers called hop points from numerous China-based IP addresses resolving to different Chinese ISPs," the Feds noted. "The cyber-actors typically obtain the use of servers by leasing remote access directly or indirectly from hosting providers. They use these servers to register and access operational email accounts, host C2 domains, and interact with victim networks. Cyber-actors [also] use these hop points as an obfuscation technique when interacting with victim networks." darkreading.com

Malware Using Microsoft Office Attachments
Emotet Banking Trojan Resurfaces, Skating Past Email Security

The malware is using spreadsheets, documents, and other types of Microsoft Office attachments in a new and improved version that is often able to bypass email gateway-security scanners.

Malware botnet Emotet has resurfaced in a more advanced form after having been taken down by joint international task force in January 2021. A prolific threat throughout the pandemic, the Emotet malware began as a banking trojan in 2014, and its operators were one of the first criminal groups to provide malware-as-a-service (MaaS).

While it is still utilizing many of the same attack vectors it exploited in the past, Emotet's return has been accompanied by a boost in effectiveness in collecting and utilizing stolen credentials. The report noted that these stolen credentials are also being weaponized to further distribute the malware binaries.

"The attacks are using hijacked email threads and then using those accounts as a launch point to trick victims into enabling macros of attached malicious office documents," a Thursday report from Deep Instinct explained. darkreading.com

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Amazon, Other Big Tech Companies Targeted by Senate bill
U.S. Senate likely to pass bill to bar tech firms' favoring themselves in searches
U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar and lawmakers from both parties said on Wednesday they had the Senate votes needed to pass legislation aimed at reining in the four tech giants, Meta's Facebook, Apple, Alphabet's Google and Amazon.com, and urged a vote be taken.

Versions of the bill before the House and Senate would bar the companies from favoring their own businesses in search results and other ways.

"We wouldn't be asking for a vote if we didn't think we could get 60 votes," said Klobuchar, who was flanked by Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican who backs the bill, and House sponsors Representative David Cicilline, a Democrat, and Ken Buck, a Republican.

Amazon.com, the Chamber of Commerce and others took aim at the proposal last week.

The Senate is expected to vote on the bill this summer, perhaps as early as late June, according to two sources familiar with the matter. The House is then expected to vote on the Senate version, sources said.

"This bill has to pass in June," said Buck. Grassley said: "We need a Senate vote. And we need that Senate vote to be soon."

The tech giants have said the bill would imperil popular consumer products like Google Maps and Amazon Basics and make it harder for the companies to protect their users' security and privacy. reuters.com

New Trend for Online Shopping?
Zara now charges for some returns. Will other retailers follow?

In some regions, customers pay a fee to return online purchases to third-party drop-off points. It may mark a turning point for how companies think about logistics.

Zara may be in the midst of changing the parameters of e-commerce returns for apparel retailers.

The company announced in May that U.K. customers will now be charged 1.95 pounds, or about $2.45, for customers to return online purchases to third-party drop-off points. Customers are still able to return online purchases at any Zara store in the U.K. free of charge.

The returns system is already in place for Zara in other European markets, including Belgium and the Netherlands, but most e-commerce shoppers opt to complete their returns in stores. It's unclear if the charge is going to come to the U.S., as the decision is made on a market-by-market basis.

Charging a fee for returns is not new and is seen sometimes with products like electronics, according to Mehmet Altug, associate professor of operations management at the School of Business at George Mason University. "From a return volume perspective it's a good thing. But, on the other hand, from a profitability perspective, it has implications. One has to be careful with the price, the demand competition ... From a profitability perspective if you're the only retailer doing that in your sector, in your industry, then you might start to face some demand issues. Customers may start to go to another retailer."

As retailers navigate high return rates and thinner margins due to supply chain pressures, will it become the norm to charge for returns? retaildive.com

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Smash & Grab Robbery Crew Arrested
San Francisco, CA: Teens arrested in wave of violent San Francisco smash-and-grab robberies
San Francisco police have arrested three teenage boys believed to have been involved in a series of smash-and-grab robberies at retail shops across the city this spring. In a news release Tuesday, police said the suspects -- ages 14, 15 and 16 -- were arrested on suspicion of multiple charges, including burglary, grand theft and organized retail theft. Police said 10 smash-and-grab burglaries occurred in the city between March 18 and April 10 and that at least one of the three suspects was involved in all of them -- and sometimes all three -- with groups of other people ranging in size from four to nine. Police have arrested several others -- all juveniles -- in connection with some of the burglaries. Investigators said multiple locations were targeted more than once and the three were believed to be part of the crew involved in the robberies.

   See a complete breakdown of the robberies here. cbsnews.com nbcbayarea.com

Las Vegas, NV: Thieves modifying trucks to steal thousands of dollars worth of gas
As gas prices continue to spike across the country, highly-modified vehicles are being used to steal thousands of dollars worth of gasoline from gas stations, according to authorities. Lt. Jeff Swanbeck with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Financial Crimes Section told KVVU-TV some gas stations have been hit for thousands of gallons worth of gasoline. "They'll continue to go back until the tank is drained," he said. "That's thousands of dollars in losses for these gas stations, and sometimes, it almost gets to the point where it puts them out of business." Swanbeck said the thieves will take a commercial-style truck and install intricate piping inside them. Police in Las Vegas said this has become a serious problem as they're reporting an increase in fuel theft. "They will open up the gas pump itself and there is a series of gears inside there, and they are smart enough to figure out how to manipulate the gears," said Swanbeck.  abc7news.com

Hickory, NC: Over $4,500 of perfume stolen from Ulta Beauty
More than $4,500 worth of merchandise was stolen from an Ulta Beauty store in Hickory on Tuesday. Shortly after 3:30 p.m., a man wearing a ski mask could be seen putting perfumes into a red and white bag on a surveillance video. The suspect was in and out of the store in less than a minute, Hickory Police Department's Media and Community Services Coordinator Kristen Hart said The suspect left the store located on Catawba Valley Boulevard Southeast in a white 2018 Kia Optima, license plate JBK3110, according to the police report. Hickory police suspect the car is a rental, Hart said. Hickory police had not made any arrests in the case as of Thursday morning.  hickoryrecord.com

Cleveland County, NC: 2 arrested for 'smash & grab' robberies of 8 Dollar General Stores
The Cleveland County Sheriff's Office says the break-ins and larcenies took place between April 19 and June 4, 2022. The thefts mainly consisted of cigarettes. Due to the break-ins, more patrols and deputies were placed near Dollar General Stores. On June 8 around 5 a.m., a deputy spotted a vehicle near a Dollar General Store that matched the suspect vehicle captured on video during a previous break-in. The deputy stopped the vehicle and the occupants, 43-year-old Gregory Spurling of Gastonia, and 41-year-old Travis Hopper of Kings Mountain were "evasive in their responses" and made several statements that were found to be untrue. During a search of the vehicle, masks, a crowbar, black trash bags and a BB pistol were found. All were found to be used during the break-ins. Stores in Mooresboro, Grover, Kings Mountain, Shelby, Cherryville, Fallston, Boiling Springs and Shelby were all listed as locations robbed. wbtv.com

Gig Harbor, WA: Suspect in two Target robberies arrested
Gig Harbor Police arrested a man suspected of robbing two Target stores after he immediately attempted to unload stolen merchandise via an online sales website. Officers were called to the Gig Harbor Target on the afternoon of June 8. Employees there reported that a man had asked them to take two Google Pixel 6 mobile phones out of a secure case. When employees opened the case, the man took the phones from them and also grabbed two laptop computers. He then put his hand under his jacket and claimed to be armed with a pistol. He told the employee to walk away because "I don't want to hurt someone." The suspect fled via an emergency exit at the rear of the building. Store security said the same man robbed the Silverdale Target on June 7 in an identical manner. Detectives checked an online second-hand sales website called OfferUp. They found a listing for Google Pixel 6 phones being sold by an account with no history before June 7. The most recent post from the account had been posted about 30 minutes after the Gig Harbor robbery. Posing as potential buyers, detectives made an appointment to see the phones. They met the suspect at a Walmart in Federal Way. The suspect, a 29-year-old transient, attempted to run but was apprehended nearby. He was booked into the Pierce County Jail on suspicion of second degree robbery and other possible crimes. gigharbornow.org

Honolulu, HI: $1.6K in merchandise theft stopped by Big Island police
Five individuals were arrested for theft and trespassing on Wednesday in an anti-theft operation targeting people shoplifting from a Hilo department store. According to Big Island police, as they worked in partnership with the store management, they performed an undercover operation after multiple reports of shoplifting. In one day, police had stopped a theft of more than $1,600 worth of merchandise. "One suspect, Britnay Timbresa, is believed to have committed thefts over a four or five-month period, sometimes taking a wagon full of items valued at over $1,000 dollars", said Officer Tyler Jelsma, who organized the operation. In an effort to deter thefts, police said they will continue with similar operations island-wide during the holidays later this year. Three women and two men were arrested and charged.  khon2.com

Daly City, CA: $3K stolen from Dick's Sporting Goods in thefts 30 minutes apart

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New York, NY: Victim killed during attempted robbery; NYPD Officers also injured
Police: Man fatally shot in Bronx pharmacy, police searching for 4 suspects. Police say a man was followed into a Bronx pharmacy by four men and shot to death Thursday afternoon. The incident took place right before 2 p.m. at Amazing Pharmacy on East Tremont Avenue. Police say the victim was followed inside by four men attempting to rob him. The 27-year-old male victim was shot in the chest once. He was transported to St. Barnabas Hospital and pronounced dead. The victim was not an employee of the pharmacy. Police are searching for the four suspects who they say fled on foot eastbound on East Tremont Avenue. bronx.news12.com

St Louis, MO: McDonald's employee in custody for allegedly killing co-worker
A 19-year-old is in custody after a shooting left one man dead in St. Louis City. Terrance King, 19, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action following the shooting outside the McDonald's on the 1400 block of Hampton Avenue Tuesday around 8:30 p.m. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said Kevyn Henderson, 23, was shot in the chest during the incident. He was not conscious or breathing when officers found him and later died from his injuries. wbay.com

Gastonia, NC: Police investigate homicide after man found shot dead outside store
Gastonia Police found a man dead of apparent gunshot wounds just before 5 p.m. Thursday outside the S&K Express convenience store. Police were called to 549 N. Chester St. at 4:49 p.m. When officers arrived they found the man already dead, according to Gastonia Police. Police report they have no suspect information and have classified the death as a homicide. Police closed southbound lanes on North Chester Street at Davidson Avenue in the Highland community for a period of time, but at least one lane of traffic has re-opened. news.yahoo.com

Washington County, Maryland: Workplace Violence: Gunman opens fire at Maryland factory, killing three
A gunman opened fire on his co-workers at a manufacturing facility in northern Maryland on Thursday, killing at least three people and critically wounding a fourth before being taken into custody after a shootout with police. The 23-year-old assailant, who was not identified by police, was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with a Maryland state trooper while trying to flee in a car, Washington County Sheriff Douglas Mullendore told a news conference. Both the suspect and trooper were taken to a local hospital for treatment of gunshot wounds in the latest in a series of mass shootings to plague the United States. Mullendore declined to elaborate on the circumstances or possible motives behind the attack but said the gunman and all of his victims were employees of Columbia Machine in Smithsburg, in northern Maryland near the Pennsylvania state line. reuters.com

Alberta, Canada: Man who killed shopper outside Alberta Walmart store to serve 10 years before eligible for parole
A judge says a man who committed a "senseless and horrific act of violence" when he shot a shopper outside a central Alberta Walmart must serve 10 years before he can apply for parole. Chase Freed, 20, pleaded guilty Monday to the second-degree murder of Jim Williams in Red Deer in December 2019. Court heard that Mr. Freed was wearing a mask and armed with a modified semi-automatic rifle when he shot Mr. Williams, who was 69, four times in front of his wife in the store's parking lot during an attempted robbery. Mr. Williams, who tried to flee, died in hospital. Queen's Bench Justice Eric Macklin accepted a joint submission from Crown and defence lawyers Thursday that on top of an automatic life sentence, Mr. Freed should not be eligible for parole for at least a decade. theglobeandmail.com

Washington County, MD: Maryland man arrested after 19-year-old found shot inside Dick's Sporting Goods
A 19-year-old was shot Wednesday outside of a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Washington County, Md., according to the sheriff's office. Deputies were called to Valley Mall in Hagerstown around 6:30 p.m. for reports of shots fired and found a 19-year-old shooting victim inside the store, according to a press release. The victim was transported by ambulance to Meritus Medical Center for further treatment, authorities said Thursday. His condition remains unclear. wjla.com


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Surrey, BC, Canada: Woman charged in two store stabbings in Guildford
Police in Surrey say charges have been laid in two stabbings two days apart inside big-box stores in the Guildford area. RCMP arrested a suspect on June 4 in relation to a stabbing that evening at the Walmart in the 10300-block of 152nd Street. Investigators believe it was the same woman allegedly involved in a stabbing two days earlier at the Superstore in Guildford. The victim in the first stabbing was taken to hospital with serious injuries and the other had non-life-threatening stab wounds. Chantelle Ashley Mulleady, 33, has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault and two counts of assault with a weapon. vancouversun.com

Two people rescued after falling in tank full of chocolate in Pennsylvania
Two people were rescued after falling into a tank full of chocolate at the Mars M&M factory in Pennsylvania Thursday, officials said. Both patients were transported to the hospital, Assistant Supervisor Nick Schoenberger of Lancaster County 911 Dispatch told CNN. "One patient was transported by ground and one person was transported by helicopter," Schoenberger said. The extent of their injuries is unknown. "Fire crews have eliminated pulling them straight out of a tank," Brad Wolfe, communications supervisor for Lancaster County 911 dispatch, told CNN earlier on Thursday. "They have to cut a hole in the side of the tank to get them out," he said. keyt.com

Youngstown, OH: Local gun shop changes age limit to buy assault-style rifles
Sandel's Pawn Shop in Youngstown changed the age limit from 18 to 21 when it comes to buying an assault-style rifle in their store. The shop's Vice President, Brett Fine, said in the wake of mass shootings and after an 18-year-old Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics student bought a gun from him, he thinks it's the right thing to do whether congress signs it into law or not. "Whether it does or doesn't, I know my store, we're not going to do it," Fine said, "We're going to be 21 and above."  wfmj.com

Georgia: Technological advances lead to arrest in 2 North Georgia armed robberies
A Cherokee County man who was arrested by the GBI this week is suspected of robbing two North Georgia pharmacies and stealing "a substantial amount of prescription pills," officials said. Marcus Paul Milford, 52, of Canton, was taken into custody Tuesday and charged with one count of armed robbery, the GBI said in a news release. The charge is related to the robbery of a Dawsonville CVS pharmacy in 2015, the state agency said. According to the GBI, an extensive investigation led to Milford's indictment. During the probe, the GBI also identified Milford as a suspect in an armed robbery at a Blairsville CVS location in 2014. The agency said it had secured a second warrant for Milford out of Union County for the 2014 robbery. It was during that robbery that the GBI accuses Milford of stealing a "substantial" number of pills. Few details were released about the circumstances around either of the robberies. According to GBI Special Agent Kim Williams, investigators were able to identify and arrest Milford thanks to advances in technology. She did not provide additional details about what technology was used to identify the suspect. Milford was taken into custody at his home without incident by the Cherokee sheriff's office, the GBI said. He is being held in the Dawson County Detention Center, where he awaits a transfer to the Union County Jail to be booked on his warrant there.  ajc.com

Cape Coral, FL: Kids, 11 & 14, accused of stealing 22 Guns
Two brothers, ages 14 and 11, were arrested after police said they broke into a Florida gun shop and stole 22 firearms and ammunition. The juveniles were taken into custody on Wednesday on numerous charges including 22 counts of grand theft of a firearm, one count of armed burglary, one count of criminal mischief, and one count of resisting without violence, the Cape Coral Police Department said at a news conference. The 14-year-old was also charged with violating his probation. NBC News is not naming the suspects because they are minors. nbcnews.com

Columbus, OH: Victim says Best Buy won't give her refund after TV is stolen during car theft
A Columbus woman is looking for answers after she says her car was stolen while she was picking up a newly purchased television from a North Columbus store. "I was standing there watching my car go bye-bye with my purse, telephone, and wallet," said Diana, 71, as she talked about the May 27 car theft in front of Best Buy on Morse Road. Diana says her 2015 Honda was stolen while a Best Buy worker was loading a 55-inch flat-screen she had bought when a man jumped into her car and drove away. "All of a sudden a man out of nowhere, in a matter of seconds, he jumps into my car with the employee pushing the box inside my car, with me standing there," Diana said, "the next thing I know he takes off." Diana tells ABC 6/FOX 28 NEWS, that the guy then drove across the street to Easton and used her credit cars to buy pizza, and order items online. The OhioHealth retiree says she got an even bigger surprise from Best Buy after her car was taken. "The manager said we cannot credit your merchandise, we cannot return your money," Diana said, "I have no TV, but you expect me to pay for the merchandise, it was being loaded by your employee, on your parking lot, in front of the door." Diana is now disputing the $1,500 credit card charges, as police search for the suspect wanted for stealing her car.  abc6onyourside.com

St George, UT: Detectives seek public's help in identifying suspect in string of St. George restaurant burglaries

Opelika, AL: Police Need Help Identifying Suspects Involved in String of Robberies

Nashville, TN: Members of Sledgehammer Crew Involved in Scores of Nashville Business Burglaries in Custody

Cherokee County, GA: Suspects who robbed woman at gunpoint at Georgia convenience store sentenced to 25 years in prison

Old Saybrook, CT: 2 New York men arrested following police chase of rental truck loaded with $4,000 stolen cooking oil

Miami, FL: $10,000 reward offered in theft of USPS truck stolen in West Hollywood



Auto - Hampton, VA - Burglary
C-Store - Houston, TX - Armed Robbery
C-Store - York, PA - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Opelika, AL - Robbery
Family Dollar - Detroit, MI - Robbery
Gas Station - Woodstock, GA - Armed Robbery
Jewelry - Chicago, IL -Robbery
Jewelry - Valley Stream, NY -Robbery
Jewelry - White Lake, MI -Robbery
Jewelry - Glendale, WI -Robbery
Jewelry - Moore, OK -Robbery
Jewelry - Roseville, MN -Robbery
Jewelry - El Cajon, CA -Robbery
Liquor - Dayton, OH: Armed Robbery
Liquor - Yonkers, NY - Robbery
Liquor - Paso Robles, CA - Armed Robbery
Pharmacy - New York, NY - Armed Robbery / Customer killed
Restaurant - Old Saybrook, CT - Burglary
Restaurant - Nashville, TN - Burglary (Starbucks)
Sports - Daly City, CA - Burglary
Target - Gig Harbor, WA - Armed Robbery
Target - Silverdale, WA - Armed Robbery
Walmart - Pasco, WA - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 19 robberies
• 4 burglaries
• 1 shooting
• 1 killed


Weekly Totals:
• 92 robberies
• 35 burglaries
• 5 shootings
• 2 killed

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