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Kevin J. Thomas CFE, CFI, CBCP named Executive Director - Head of Global Supply Chain Security, Operational Resilience, & Sustainability for Olympus Corporation

Kevin has been with Olympus since 2018, when he started as Director - Enterprise Physical Security Operations. Before being named Executive Director- Head of Global Supply Chain Security, Operational Resilience, & Sustainability, he served as Director- Head of Enterprise Security Operations, EHS, & Business Continuity-Crisis Incident MGT. Earlier in his career, Kevin served in high-level LP roles for PGA TOUR Superstore, Columbia Sportswear and Office Depot, among other roles. Congratulations, Kevin!

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Protests, Violence & Unrest

Protests All Across America This Weekend
Around the nation, demonstrators show support for abortion rights
Abortion-rights demonstrators have converged in cities across the U.S. since Friday's decision. Demonstrations took place from Los Angeles to Philadelphia on Saturday, following protests Friday from Washington Square Park in New York City to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Albuquerque, N.M.

Hours after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday, thousands gathered in New York City to voice their fears and anger over the historic decision to eliminate the constitutional right to an abortion.

In Alabama, hundreds gathered on Saturday in Birmingham, reciting poems, dancing and spreading hugs, all in support of reproductive rights. The Birmingham crowd was one of at least five rallies in Alabama over the weekend.

In Philadelphia, Democratic attorney general and candidate for governor Josh Shapiro held a rally near the Liberty Bell, putting November's election in focus. With a GOP majority in both chambers, the Keystone State could restrict abortion if a Republican wins the gubernatorial race.

In Washington, D.C., protesters in favor of abortion rights continued gathering in front of the Supreme Court building, NPR's Danielle Kurtzleben reports.

Hundreds took to the streets in the sweltering heat of New Orleans, La., on Friday and called on city officials to make New Orleans a sanctuary city for abortions, according to WWNO's Carly Berlin.

While most rallies were entirely peaceful, deputies with the Arizona Department of Public Safety fired tear gas at demonstrators outside of the capitol building in Phoenix on Friday. It briefly disrupted the legislative session, according to KJZZ's Ben Giles.

And in Seattle on Friday night, KNKX's Bellamy Pailthorp reports protesters risked an arrest to stage a sit-in on Second Avenue near the Jackson Federal Building, with another sit-in taking place at Pike Place Market, a popular tourist destination. npr.org  nytimes.com  nbcnews.com wsj.com

Watch for Unrest in the Most Impacted States

Law Enforcement Bracing for Violence
Pro-choice groups call for 'Summer of Rage' after Roe v. Wade abortion reversal
Law enforcement agencies across the nation are bracing for an explosion of unrest from pro-choice groups Friday after the Supreme Court's seismic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Outraged by the decision, militant pro-abortion groups like Jane's Revenge and others have urged sympathizers to unleash a "Summer of Rage" across the country.

"Now the leash is off," the group said in a June 14 communique in anticipation of the court's action. "And we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue. We have demonstrated in the past month how easy and fun it is to attack."

Police departments in major cities across the country were monitoring extremist groups as they prepared for potential violent protests Friday over the Roe v. Wade ruling.

Intelligence officers said pro-abortion extremist organizations are expected to "target abortion alternative clinics and facilities across the US" and may view Big Apple institutions as "ideologically justifiable targets."

"Numerous acts of property destruction across the US necessitates heightened situational awareness for members of the service on protective deployments at related entities in New York City," the memo states.

Threats, issued online and through pamphlet and flyer campaigns, drew attention from the White House this week. Asked specifically about threats from Jane's Revenge, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre acknowledged the potential for nationwide tumult.

"Violence and destruction of property have no place in our country under any circumstances and the president denounces this action," she told reporters. "Actions like this are completely unacceptable regardless of our politics and we continue to denounce any violence or threats." nypost.com

The Retail Response to Abortion Ruling
Amazon, Apple, CVS, Walmart, Walgreens and others respond after Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

Businesses have had months to grapple with the ramifications of this ruling.

The Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade, effectively cutting off abortion access in many parts of the US. The seismic ruling is set to reverberate throughout the country, including in the business world.

Amazon - Amazon has publicly said it'd cover costs for employees seeking abortions in states where the procedure were made illegal.

Apple - Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the tech giant will cover employees who "travel out-of-state for medical care if it is unavailable in their home state."

CVS - "We will continue to provide colleagues, clients, and consumers with the flexibility to choose medical and pharmacy benefits to best suit their needs, including making out-of-state care accessible for our covered employees residing in states that have instituted laws that limit access in their state."

Dick's Sporting Goods - "DICK'S Sporting Goods will provide up to $4,000 in travel expense reimbursement to travel to the nearest location where that care is legally available."

Kroger - Employees have access to "a comprehensive benefits package that includes quality, affordable health care and travel benefits up to $4,000 to facilitate access to quality care for ... reproductive health care services, including abortion and fertility treatments."

Levi Strauss - "We stand strongly against any actions that hinder the health and well-being of our employees, which means opposing any steps to restrict access to the full range of reproductive health care, including abortion."

Nike - "No matter where our teammates are on their family planning journey - from contraception and abortion coverage ... we are here to support their decisions," Nike said in a statement.

Starbucks - Starbucks' executive vice president, Sara Kelly, previously wrote, "Regardless of what the Supreme Court ends up deciding, we will always ensure our partners have access to quality healthcare."

Walgreens - "We're prepared to adhere to new federal and state laws and regulations, and will update any protocols in certain states as a result of this Supreme Court decision," the company said.

Walmart - Walmart representatives previously declined to comment on the company's history of donating to anti-abortion politicians in states with so-called trigger laws. businessinsider.com  nytimes.com

Abortion Ruling Could Trigger 'Shock Waves' at Some Retail Companies
The country's biggest employers, including Walmart and Amazon, should 'say goodbye to attracting top female talent' in abortion 'trigger law' states

Top employers in those states including Walmart, McDonald's, and Amazon may face a crisis around recruitment, turnover, and health care

Major US companies may find themselves facing shock waves inside their organizations following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade. But most companies appear unprepared for what's to come.

Insider has identified the companies that would face the most immediate impact: those with the largest workforces in states with "trigger laws," where abortion bans would automatically take effect if the court strikes down Roe. Thousands of their employees may soon be facing unintended pregnancies without access to abortion care. Over two-thirds of Americans want to uphold Roe v. Wade, and the majority support women having access to legal abortion for any reason, per a recent Wall Street Journal poll.

Walmart, McDonald's, Amazon, the Department of Defense, and Roark Capital Group, a private-equity firm that owns Arby's, Dunkin', and the Cheesecake Factory, top the list, as they are among the largest employers in all 13 trigger-law states.

Workers at major brands including Kroger, UPS, Lowe's, Tyson Foods, Marriott, and Dollar General would also be heavily affected, as each company is a top employer in at least four states with abortions bans that would be triggered by the overturn of Roe.

The Politico leak effectively gave companies several weeks to prepare for the disruption ahead, yet few appear to have taken advantage of the warning. businessinsider.com

Employers Dealing with Workplace Disruptions Over Abortion Debate
Roe v. Wade Overturned: How to Handle Workplace Disruptions as Employees Clash Over Supreme Court Ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court in a June 24 decision upheld Mississippi's restrictions on abortion, a ruling that may lead employers to revise their employee health care benefits. A SHRM Research Institute survey found some companies may add coverage of travel expenses to obtain medical procedures-including abortions-not available nearby or may consider changes to parental leave and caregiving benefits.

Employees Clash

It is inevitable that there will be discussion about the decision among employees, Segal said. "It is neither practical nor desirable to attempt to shut down the discussions, independent of any potential legal rights employees may have for such discussion," he said.

Some of the conversations will become contentious, which may lead to workplace disruptions, Segal noted.

"Address the disruptions by focusing on the disruption and not the point of view. Do so evenhandedly," he said. "While employers generally should avoid the content causing the disruption, there are exceptions. If employees post or make discriminatory comments, for example, about conservative Christians or Catholics, employers need to respond to them." shrm.org

Patagonia will post bail for any employees arrested at abortion protests

DC police to back demonstrations through Tuesday following Roe overturn

Pickup truck driver in Iowa rams into pro-choice protesters



Summer 2022 Weekend Shooting Analysis
America's Crime & Violence Surge Continues

Deadliest Weekend of Big City Shootings Since Memorial Day Weekend

560 Shootings - 198 killed - 578 Injured in 15 Big Cities Over Last 5 Weekends
The D&D Daily's Big City Weekend Violence Study - Memorial Day to Labor Day

The Daily's study analyzes weekend shooting data in 15 major U.S. cities from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend 2022

Starting Memorial Day Weekend, the D&D Daily began compiling and analyzing data from 15 major U.S. cities to get a snapshot of summer gun violence.

This past weekend, from June 24th through June 26th, there were 122 shootings recorded in these same cities, resulting in 43 deaths and 118 injuries.

The chart below shows the totals for each of the past five weekends dating back to Memorial Day weekend.

The D&D Daily will continue to track this data throughout the summer to capture the weekend violence trend in our nation's big cities as warm weather typically brings about more crime and violence.

Click here to see the list of incidents per city and follow along each week as this spreadsheet will be updated every Monday. docs.google.com

Read more coverage about America's crime and gun violence epidemic in the section below

The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

NYC's Shoplifting Crisis
Taking on the Shoplifting Scourge in New York City

DA Alvin Bragg announces a plan to break up fencing rings, crack down on resale of stolen goods and seek "pre-trial detention" for serial offenders

"Too many people in public service believe it is a victimless crime that is 'covered by insurance,' but in reality, it is a dangerous and debilitating situation, that tears at the very fabric of NYC," said Ken Giddon, whose grandfather founded Rothman's Mens Clothing on Bleecker Street in 1926.

Giddon made this comment as part of the announcement by the new Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, of a plan to deter shoplifting.

"We cannot accept a system where individuals who shoplift again and again cycle in and out of jail, just to shoplift again," said Bragg. "Our society can't function that way - it doesn't help our shop owners, and it doesn't help those individuals. At the Manhattan D.A.'s Office, we follow the data, and the data shows a small number of individuals are driving the retail theft crisis facing our borough."

The prevalence of repeat offenders was illustrated by data showing that out of all those arrested, 18% committed half the offenses, Bragg reported. He said his office would work to break up fencing rings, crack down on the online resale of stolen goods and seek "pre-trial detention, where appropriate" for serial shoplifters.

Barbara Blair, President of the Garment District Alliance, one of the neighborhood business group that worked with Bragg, said, "We appreciate the response of D.A. Bragg and his office to our concerns. Repeat offenders are responsible for an outsized percentage of crimes and must be stopped. Likewise, bad, one-off decisions should have a different path."

From Chinatown to Washington Heights, merchant groups said that small businesses were the worst hit by the surge in organized retail crimes. Duane Reade and other chains can afford to increase security and install plexiglass and locks. But smaller merchants often have no recourse but to curtail their business to reduce losses and safeguard their employees. westsidespirit.com

The Role of Police & Bystanders in Active Shootings
New York Times Analysis: Who Stops a 'Bad Guy With a Gun'?

What role should the police and bystanders play in active shooter attacks, and what interventions would best stop the violence?

Researchers who study active shooter events say it can be difficult to draw broad policy conclusions from individual episodes, but a review of data from two decades of such attacks reveals patterns in how they unfold, and how hard they are to stop once they have begun.

There were at least 433 active shooter attacks - in which one or more shooters killed or attempted to kill multiple unrelated people in a populated place - in the United States from 2000 to 2021. The country experienced an average of more than one a week in 2021 alone.

Police officers shoot or physically subdue the shooter in less than a third of attacks. Most events end before the police arrive, but police officers are usually the ones to end an attack if they get to the scene while it is ongoing.

Bystanders stop some attackers, more often with physical force than with a gun. One in four attacks ends in a shooter suicide. One in four attackers leaves the scene (though most are later caught). nytimes.com

Buffalo Still Reeling from Tops Supermarket Shooting
How The Buffalo Shooting Brought 'Supermarket Redlining' To Light

The Tops supermarket shooting has made Buffalo a food desert again, which stems from a legacy of discrimination in housing and city planning.

The shooting happened at Tops, a grocery store that residents had fought for almost 20 years just to open. The neighborhood hadn't had a supermarket like it in decades, and as the store remains closed, many in the community no longer have easy access to good foods.

Before the grocery store opened, the area was known as a "food desert," which is an area with limited access to healthy and affordable food from grocery stores, supermarkets, or supercenters. The USDA considers someone to be in a food desert when they live more than a mile away from a food store in urban areas, or more than 10 miles away in rural areas. Currently, that's more than 18 million people in the U.S.

The shooting in Tops just brought this phenomenon of "supermarket redlining" into the spotlight. About 78% of residents in the zip code where the shooting took place are Black. The next major supermarket is about 40 minutes away on public transit, so it's easy to see how the store could become such an easy target for this hate crime.

This kind of physical, community-level segregation seeps into the culture, too, and the way we talk about our own cities and neighborhoods. It's not just a contributing factor of what left neighborhoods, like in Buffalo, with just one supermarket, but it denies communities other resources as well. newsy.com

Another Progressive DA Fights to Keep His Job
Los Angeles DA George Gascon defends record on crime: 'I know how to keep communities safe'

George Gascon acknowledged that he is 'frustrated' by crime & homelessness in LA

Progressive Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon defended his record against critics who have accused him of being soft on crime as violence in the city continues to surge.

"Yeah, in some areas it is," Gascon told KTLA-TV on Saturday when asked if he believes Los Angeles is safer because of policies he has implemented. "I think it's important to start out by saying that I was a police officer for many years before I was the district attorney. I know how to keep communities safe."

When pressed by KTLA anchor Lynette Romero on critics who say that Gascon's policies have made crime in the city worse, Gascon pointed to the coronavirus pandemic.

"We're coming out of the pandemic that has had a tremendous impact not only on L.A. County but throughout the nation," Gascon said. "The reality is that crime is up around the nation, in fact some of our neighboring counties per capita are having higher levels of violence than we are."

Gascon added there is "no question" the pandemic has impacted violent crime and homelessness. foxnews.com

NYC's Prosecutor Exodus
NYC prosecutors flee amid soft-on-crime policies, burdensome state reforms
Hundreds of prosecutors in New York City are quitting the district attorneys' offices amid controversial criminal justice reforms. Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's office this year has hemorrhaged 65 assistant district attorneys, which is about 12% of the staff.

Bragg released a memo on his third day in office, ordering prosecutors not to seek prison sentences for a number of crimes and to downgrade charges - including for robberies and commercial burglaries.

Manhattan's situation mirrors that of Brooklyn, where 67 prosecutors - approximately 13% - have resigned from DA Eric Gonzalez's office as of June 17, with three more leaving last Thursday alone, according to the New York Post. In 2020, 84 resigned, and 94 left office in 2021. Fifty-nine prosecutors have quit in the Bronx beginning this year through May.

The resignations come amid state criminal justice reforms that some have criticized for being too onerous. foxnews.com

WSJ Op-Ed More Legal Guns Reduced Crime in Brazil
Homicide fell 34% after Bolsonaro made firearms permits easier and cheaper.

SAPD Chief McManus talks uptick in violent gun crime, reasons and response


COVID Update

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US: 88.7M Cases - 1M Dead - 84.5M Recovered
Worldwide: 549M Cases - 6.3M Dead - 524.1M Recovered

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Dealing with Conflict in Retail
Former Secret Service Agent shares how to craft a resilient response

NRF PROTECT 2022: Former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras on verbal conflict resolution

Evy Poumpouras, a former Secret Service agent, has worked for former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.

One thing that's going on, she noted, is that people are under a lot of stress - from the economy, the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine and a long list of other factors. That stress, she observed, is manifesting itself in people's behavior, including a general and growing inability to socialize. Some do well with it and some do not, which creates a need for the ability to deal with people in difficult situations.

The person doing the dealing - a store detective, say, or a customer service representative - needs to clearly understand their own role in finding a solution to whatever problem has arisen.

And when they're venting, she said, are you leading? Providing solutions? No, you're listening. A large component of what Poumpouras was presenting is the ability to understand what aspect of their personality the other person is exhibiting, and shift to an aspect of your own personality that either counteracts or harmonizes with the particular place they're coming from.

It's not an easy thing to do, she acknowledged. "Know your brand," she said in closing. "Focus on warmth and competence. Understand when a person - including you - is stuck on a thought and won't let go of it. Be OK with having their conversation before you have yours. Remember that what you're seeing isn't all of them: Respond to the behavior, not the person. And put ego aside." nrf.com

Retailers: Brace for Tough Second Half
As consumers spend more on gas and food, a shadow looms over retail

The second half of the year will be tough for retailers as shoppers hunt for lower prices, opt for experiences and shift their loyalties.

Retail sales held up pretty well in the first half of the year, even accounting for inflation's impact on the numbers. But with consumers spending more on food, gas and experiences instead of discretionary goods, it's not clear how retail will do in the second half.

It's been a head-spinning shift. Late in the pandemic, consumers were "flush with cash," thanks to the federal government's support and lighter spending on services like dining out, according to Wells Fargo analysts led by Edward Kelly.

"However, budgets are now being pinched as food prices ... fuel, and other everyday items remain elevated while stimulus/SNAP dollars dry up," Kelly said in a Thursday research note on grocery retail.

The deterioration was seen quite clearly last month, when the usual Memorial Day spending bump didn't materialize, according to research from The NPD Group. Due to inflation, consumers are spending more than they were pre-pandemic but getting less: Compared to May 2019, dollar sales were up 18%, but unit demand was down 1%. Furthermore, U.S. dollar sales of discretionary general merchandise ended 2% lower than last year's results, while unit sales were 8% lower, per NPD. retaildive.com
Paying Customers to Keep Unwanted Items
Just keep your returns: Stores weigh paying you not to bring back unwanted items
The chaotic mix of record fuel prices and an unending supply chain crisis have retailers considering the unthinkable: Instead of returning your unwanted items, just keep them.

In recent weeks, some of the biggest store chains, including Target, Walmart, Gap, American Eagle Outfitters and others have reported in their latest earnings calls that they have too much inventory of stuff ranging from workout clothes, spring-time jackets and hoodies to garden furniture and bulky kids' toys. It's costing them tons of money to store it.

Now add on to that glut another category of product that stores have to deal with: returns.

So instead of piling returned merchandise onto this growing inventory heap, stores are considering just handing customers their money back and letting them hang onto the stuff they don't want.

"It would be a smart strategic initiative," said Burt Flickinger, retail expert and managing director of retail consultancy Strategic Resource Group. "Retailers are stuck with excess inventory of unprecedented levels. They can't afford to take back even more of it." cnn.com

Nike Store Closures
This Popular Clothing Company Is Permanently Closing Over 100 Stores
Nike has just announced that it will be exiting the Russian market completely by permanently closing all of its brick-and-mortar stores in the country, Reuters reported on June 23. This news comes just three months after the apparel company temporarily closed all of its stores in Russia and made merchandise purchases on its website and app unavailable for the country in early March.

According to CNN, Nike has posted a note on on its official Russian website telling consumers that its website and mobile app will "no longer be available in this region" and that its stores "will not reopen." This decision is expected to impact more than 100 stores for the company, as Nike was operating about 116 locations in Russia as of March 2022, per The Wall Street Journal. bestlifeonline.com

Apple ready to bargain with its first U.S. store to unionize
Apple Inc accepts the outcome of a vote by Maryland store workers to become its first U.S. employees to join a union and is ready to bargain with them.

Cardenas Markets to deploy cryptocurrency machines

About 400,000 outdoor umbrellas sold at Costco recalled for overheating, fire risk

McDonald's is revamping its system of recruiting franchisees
Kroger to expand Ohio dairy facility

Senior LP & AP Jobs Market

Director Major Crimes Investigations job posted for Family Dollar in Chesapeake, VA
This position is responsible for identifying, quantifying, and assisting in the apprehension/prosecution of individuals responsible for committing major crimes against the company, including organized shoplifting groups. This position will be responsible for identifying tools/processes/ and best practices that will prevent this type of activity in stores. This position will manage special projects and other assignments at the discretion of the VP of Asset Protection. sjobs.brassring.com

Senior Manager of Investigations, LP and Safety job posted for Lovesac in Stamford, CT
Currently, we are seeking to hire a Senior Manager of Investigations, Loss Prevention and Safety. The Senior Manager of Investigations, Loss Prevention and Safety will report directly to the Director of Loss Prevention and Safety. This position will direct, develop and implement the company-wide Internal Investigations Program to protect company assets. paycomonline.net

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Summer of Record-Breaking Violence Coming?
Five major US cities already on track to break their 2021 homicide totals
Five major US cities are already on track to break their steep 2021 homicide figures - suggesting a particularly violent summer ahead.

This year's homicide numbers for Los Angeles, Washington DC, Baltimore, Milwaukee and Atlanta have all surpassed the rates reached at the same time in 2021, according to the data, first reported by Fox News.

Milwaukee has been the city with the largest spike, recording 96 homicides as of June 17 - a 25% increase compared to its 77 figure recorded this time last year. In Washington DC, there have already been 93 homicides compared to the 82 in its first six months of 2021, or a 13% jump. nypost.com

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The Cyber & Data Implications of Roe Being Overturned
Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade reversal sparks calls for strengthening privacy

Data collected by tech companies could be used to prosecute abortion seekers, lawmakers and advocates warn

The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade Friday, ending nearly 50 years of the nation's highest court affirming the constitutional right to abortion and prompting privacy-focused lawmakers and advocates to say the ruling for federal privacy legislation even more urgent.

"Congress must pass legislation protecting people's data so their web searches, text messages and location tracking aren't weaponized against them," Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said in a statement in response to the ruling. "Technology companies must take immediate steps to limit the collection and retention of customer data so that they don't become tools of persecution."

Wyden is one of several lawmakers who have in recent months urged tech companies to rein in the data they collect that could be subpoenaed or bought by law enforcement in abortion-related cases. Wyden - alongside Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Patty Murray, D-Wash., Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I. and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. - introduced legislation earlier this month that would prevent data brokers from selling American's location and health data.

In May, Motherboard found at least one data broker that sold data related to abortion clinic visits. (The company stated it would stop the practice after the report was published.) Law enforcement has leveraged user data against abortion seekers well before the reversal.

States including Indiana and Mississippi have used data including search history and text messages to charge women accused of aborting their pregnancies. Other device data, such as location data showing an individual visited an abortion clinic, could be swept into a law enforcement dragnet. Geofence warrants, which allow law enforcement to request the data of all active mobile devices within a particular area, have skyrocketed in use.

Friday's ruling increases those risks, technology policy and advocacy groups said.

"In the digital age, this decision opens the door to law enforcement and private bounty hunters seeking vast amounts of private data from ordinary Americans," the Center for Digital Technology's president and CEO Alexandra Reeve Givens wrote in a statement. "In this new environment, tech companies must step up and play a crucial role in protecting women's digital privacy and access to online information." cyberscoop.com

Companies Are Still Behind the Cyber Curve
Cybersecurity is bad and it's only getting worse

It's hard to overstate how much cybersecurity has surged as a top concern

There are few analogues in history for how cybersecurity has surged in importance as a government policy issue during the past eight years. It's gone from a relatively back-burner issue embraced by a handful of government officials and lawmakers to a top national security concern - one that prompts partisan squabbles in Congress and heated confrontations between U.S. and Russian presidents.

AdvertisementWith each passing year, cyber insecurity became a more fundamental and important aspect of U.S. policy, politics and daily life - similar to how connected technology itself had become increasingly pervasive a decade or two earlier.

By 2022, the prefix "cyber" has begun to seem anachronistic because digital conflict and crime is more the standard than the outlier.

Criminal ransomware gangs, for example, draw far more attention these days than conventional organized crime. And even the mafia is getting into hacking to support traditional criminal pursuits such as drug trafficking and extortion.

The cyber component of Russia's Ukraine invasion has been more limited than some experts predicted. But it still underscores that cyber operations are sure to be a component of every future military conflict.

U.S. cyber protections have, by and large, not remotely kept pace with the threat.

The vast majority of companies are still compromised by hackers because of simple and preventable lapses, such as using shoddy passwords, not updating commercial software and employees getting conned by phishing scams that they should be wise to.

Why? There are a lot of possible explanations, including corporate apathy and a structural advantage held by hackers.

One big explanation, though, is that government and other large institutions haven't done the necessary work to change companies' incentives to make cyberattacks less common. That's unlikely to change soon. washingtonpost.com

Selling Data to Foreign Enemies
Lawmakers want to restrict user data sales to nations like China, Russia
A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation Thursday that would create export controls for sensitive U.S. user data. The legislation takes aims at growing concerns about data brokers selling data like health information and military member location data to foreign adversaries.

Specifically, the bill would direct the secretary of Commerce to identify which types of personal data could harm U.S. national security and designate which countries would require licenses to export to or be denied as a default. Risk status would be based on a country's privacy laws, the foreign government's ability to compel private entities to share data and if the nation has hostile intelligence operations against the U.S.

The bills' sponsors include Sens. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., Marco Rubio, R-Fla. and Bill Hagerty, R-Tenn.

"It is common sense to prevent our adversaries from obtaining the highly sensitive personal information of millions of Americans," co-sponsor Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said in a statement. "We cannot trust private companies to protect Americans' private data, especially given how many of them do business in China. Our bill would address this massive national security threat and protect Americans' privacy." cyberscoop.com

$100M Crypto Breach
Sunnyvale blockchain startup Harmony said $100M was stolen from its service
Some $100 million in cryptocurrency assets have been stolen from a Sunnyvale startup's service, it reported Thursday.

The assets were taken from the so-called bridge Harmony operates, the company said on Twitter. The startup, legally known as Simple Rules Co, has ceased all transactions on the bridge, dubbed Horizon, and notified other exchanges of the theft, it said in a Twitter thread. bizjournals.com

Only 3% of Open Source Software Bugs Are Actually Attackable, Researchers Say

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One-Size-Doesn't-Fit-All. Flexibility in the Approach.

Each investigation presents its unique challenges, and the interviews within each case contain multiple variables to consider. Last week, we had the opportunity to speak at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Protect conference and focused our session on the importance of adaptability within the interview. One of the first priorities in strategizing an interview approach is determining your goals for the conversation. Is there an immediate threat? Do we have limited information? Does evidence have potential explanations? Is there direct evidence to strategize around? Ultimately, regardless of these specific items to consider, our goal for each interview is to obtain actionable intelligence...

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Amazon Working Conditions Under the Microscope Globally
How Amazon Exported American Working Conditions To Europe

After Amazon workers in Germany began striking, the company expanded eastward, where looser labor laws brought record productivity.

As in America, in Poland Amazon benefits not just from looser workplace requirements, but lesser consequences for breaking labor laws. Judges in at least three cases in 2018 and 2019 ruled that the company used wrongful firing practices, though under Polish law local judgments can influence future lawsuits but not force a change in business practices.

From 2014 to 2018, according to a BuzzFeed News review of Polish court documents, the inspectorate observed 117 violations on 12 of its visits to Poland warehouses and issued fines totaling $4,609 - equivalent to less than six months of wages for its lowest-paid employees.

"In 30 years, I've never seen a company that has avoided regulations as effectively as Amazon," said Jarosław Łucka, a former corporate compliance director who was commissioned by a Polish court to inspect the Poznan facility in 2018. "They don't care about the law here. They're willing to just pay the fines."

In response to a list of questions for this story, Amazon spokesperson Stephan Eichenseher said that the company selects fulfillment center locations "based on multiple factors such as transport infrastructure, the local labor market, business needs and construction timelines." He disputed allegations that the company has mistreated employees in central Europe. "It's in our interest to create the best working conditions and retain the best talent," he said. "While we always strive to do our best for our employees and our customers, we know we always have more work to do. It is our priority to always be fully compliant with all applicable labor laws, and if something isn't, then we investigate and act immediately."

In the US in recent months, Amazon workers have begun breaking through the company's efforts to prevent unions: A facility in New York voted to unionize in April, and two other facilities are contesting close losses by filing charges with the National Labor Relations Board accusing the corporation of violating labor laws. buzzfeednews.com

The Battle for Warehouse Space
E-commerce will continue to drive space for warehouse
The pandemic pushed brick-and-mortar retailers to jump on the e-commerce bandwagon fast - but even as that slows, fears that retailers are pulling back on their warehouse space are premature, Prologis CEO Hamid Moghadam tells Axios.

Why it matters: Investors have been trying to read the tea leaves on whether Amazon could be a bellwether for the rest of the e-commerce space. The giant spooked the market in April with its decision to cut back on its warehouse space, and sublease 10 million square feet.

Moghadam, who runs one of the largest warehouse operators in the world, says leasing demand is still strong and points in the other direction. He says that Amazon expanded unusually fast in 2020 and 2021 and likely overshot its objectives. But Amazon has continued to grow, and "this is just a blip," he adds. axios.com

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Manhattan Beach, CA: 11 Suspects pull off a daytime Jewelry store Smash & Grab
Here's video of an armed robbery going down in broad daylight in an affluent Southern California beach town ... with thieves pulling off a smash-and-grab in front of shocked bystanders. As you can see, nearly a dozen people in ski masks are cleaning out a jewelry store ... then they dash across the street and speed off in three different cars, which were waiting in an alley. The Manhattan Beach Police Department says the suspects used hammers to smash display cases before stuffing merchandise in their bags ... and cops say at least 3 suspects were armed with what appeared to be handguns, though no shots were fired. tmz.com

Stamford, CT: Two Charged with Organized Retail Theft on Greenwich Ave
On the afternoon of Saturday, June 18, Greenwich Police responded to the area of Greenwich Avenue on a report of a shoplifting incident involving two people and a getaway driver who stole $27,915 worth of merchandise. Police say Sheila Lyfaye Draine-Johnson, 53, of Mount Vernon, NY was positively identified as having facilitated the larceny trough distraction methods, attempting to draw store staff away from her and her co-conspirator. Police say she also fled from the store, away from staff and security. Ms Draine-Johnson was located a short distance from the store and placed under arrest. Additionally, police say during a search of Ms Draine-Johnson's person after being arrested drug paraphernalia was discovered. Also, charged was Damon Smith, 49, of Mount Vernon. Police say Smith attempted to flee on foot but was caught after a brief pursuit. Stolen merchandise was located on his person. All of the stolen merchandise was recovered. greenwichfreepress.com

Berks County, PA: Police seeking suspect in $4000 theft from Caernarvon Township Walmart
A male entered the store broke into a glass case in the electronics department and stole items worth a total of more than $4,000. Among them were outdoor cameras, spotlight cameras and doorbell cameras. The suspect is described as a white male, 40 to 50 years old, with a stocky build and arm tattoos. readingeagle.com

Ocala, FL: Police seeking help identifying two Ulta theft suspects
The Ocala Police Department is turning to the public to help identify two women who are suspected of stealing multiple items from a local store. According to an OPD social media post, the two women (pictured below) allegedly stole $1,700 worth of merchandise from the Ulta located on SW College Road in Ocala. ocala-news.com

Sonora, CA: 1,800 in stolen merchandise recovered from thief

Oakville, Ontario, CN: Halton Police looking for unknown suspect in Home Depot theft

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Shootings & Deaths

Los Angeles, CA: Shooting in Ralphs parking lot in Woodland Hills leaves West Hollywood man dead
Gunfire in the parking lot of a Ralphs supermarket in Woodland Hills left one man dead late Saturday, June 26. Witnesses reported hearing one shot fired in the lot on the 21900 block of Ventura Boulevard just before midnight, Los Angeles Police Officer Norma Eisenman said. They said the victim got into a vehicle and drove a short distance, but got back out and collapsed onto the ground of the parking lot. The victim was a 34-year-old resident of West Hollywood who was "somewhat conscious and barely breathing," when first-responders arrived, Eisenman said. He was taken to a hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. His identity was withheld pending the notification of his relatives. A detailed description of any possible suspect and further information about the shooting was not immediately available. Officers were search the area Sunday for potential witnesses and surveillance footage. dailynews.com

Atlanta, GA: Customer kills a Subway employee, injures another in argument over mayo
A n argument over mayonnaise at a Downtown Atlanta Subway ended with one worker dead and another in the hospital. Police say the shooting happened around 6:30 p.m. at a Subway located at a gas station on Northside Drive Southwest. The owner of the Subway says the reason for the shooting was something small: a customer was mad about mayo. "Believe it or not, it was about too much mayonnaise on his sandwich," owner Willie Glenn said. In this argument, police say the customer shot two Subway employees, leaving one woman dead and another rushed to surgery. "He decided to escalate the situation and from there - that's when all hell broke loose," Glenn said. fox29.com

Houston, TX: 2 men shot to death at Tire shop in SE Houston
Authorities say two men were shot to death at a tire shop in southeast Houston on Sunday morning. According to the Houston Police, the deadly shooting took place in the 7550 block of West Bellfort around 11 a.m. Investigators said the Houston Fire was called to the scene after reports of a double homicide. Upon their arrival, they said they found one man's body inside the shop, and another on the outside. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene. HPD Commander Mike Collins says witnesses stated that the gunman fled the scene after the shooting. It is unclear if the shooter was a customer or a co-worker at the tire shop. Collins said it appears the shooter got into a verbal altercation inside the store with one of the victims. The other victim, who was outside changing a tire, attempted to intervene when things began to escalate. The shooter then reportedly shot the man who was changing his tire and the man he was initially arguing with. click2houston.com

Star, NC: Employee killed in convenience store shooting, suspect at-large
The State Bureau of Investigation is searching for the suspect in a convenience store shooting where one employee was killed Saturday night. According to the Star Police Department, officers were called to the Quik Chek, just after 10 p.m. regarding the shooting. When officers arrived they found an employee of the store, a 53-year-old woman, dead as a result of gunshot wounds. Investigators said that a man walked into the store wearing a hood and mask, displayed a gun and jumped over the counter where the employee was standing. The suspect proceeded to shoot the cashier three times following an altercation. She was pronounced dead at the scene. wxii12.com

Bolingbrook, IL: Workplace Violence: Chicago Man Charged In Deadly Shooting At WeatherTech
One person is dead after a shooting in Bolingbrook on Saturday morning. Bolingbrook Police were called to the campus of WeatherTech at 6:25 am on Saturday morning after reports of a shooting at the facility located at 1 Weathertech Way. Police learned after arriving that three people had been shot before the subject fled the scene. Shortly before 9:30 am, Bolingbrook Police Officers located the suspected shooter in the back of a residence on Larkspur Lane and taken into custody without incident. The suspect has been identified as 27-year-old Charles C. McKnight Jr of Chicago. McKnight was with a temporary employment agency and was only assigned to the WeatherTech Facility since June 9th.

The investigation has shown that near the end of the overnight shift, McKnight was confronted by several employees after he allegedly robbed two co-workers, stealing a watch and wallet at gunpoint. After being confronted, an argument began when McKnight pulled out a handgun and shot the three co-workers. The deceased victim has been identified as Central Hightower, 37 years old, from Plainfield, IL. The victim in critical condition is a 25-year-old male and also one of the earlier robbery victims. The victim who was treated and released is a 43-year-old male. All of the victims were WeatherTech employees. wjol.com

Newport News, VA: Update: Police release new video of 7-Eleven double homicide suspect
Newport News police have released updated security footage after two employees at a Newport News 7-Eleven were shot and killed inside the business. The newly released surveillance footage shows two different angles of the suspect. It also features slow-motion clips, as well as still images. Officers responded to the business in the 1400 block of Kiln Creek Parkway shortly before midnight on Wednesday, June 15 and found two men who had been shot. They were pronounced dead at the scene and later identified as 52-year-old Preyas Patel and 35-year-old Logan Edward Thomas. An employee told WAVY News 10 that Patel owned the store and Logan Thomas worked there. wric.com

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Customers as live shields in a major robbery in a Brazilian shopping mall, one Suspect and a Security Guard killed
A shopping center in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro was subjected to a large-scale burglary on Saturday evening, with customers taken hostage and a guard shot dead. The brutal robbery at Village Mall, a luxury shopping mall in the west of the city, looked more like an action movie. Twelve armed criminals on six motorbikes arrived and stormed the building with great fanfare. They shouted it was a burglary and held customers and store employees at gunpoint. Some were even used as live shields so thieves could loot a jewelry store without police intervention. According to a number of Brazilian media, who spoke to eyewitnesses, dozens of shots were fired between the thieves and the police. A 49-year-old guard was shot in the face and died at the scene. It was also said that one of the robbers was shot dead by police in the street. Several others were injured. Severe panic prevailed in the shopping center, according to the statements of eyewitnesses. taylordailypress.net

Charlotte, NC: Man shot by Police in West Charlotte, during Food Lion Robbery
A man was shot by a police officer during a robbery of a Food Lion on June 26, 2022. The shooting was on Tuckaseegee Road. A 1:30 p.m. the Food Lion grocery store on Tuckaseegee Road was robbed by a male suspect. Cops arrived at the scene after an alarm went off. The suspect allegedly fired several shots at cops. Police returned fire, and the the suspect was shot. The suspect was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. The State Bureau of Investigation is now reviewing the police actions. newsmaven.io

Albany, NY: Security guard shot during robbery at Motel 6
The Albany Police Department said a security guard for Motel 6 on Watervliet Avenue Ext., was shot during a robbery Saturday evening. Police said at about 10 p.m., a man entered the Motel lobby and demanded cash from an employee at the counter. According to a report, the employee handed the money to the man before he fled on foot to the motel parking lot. Police said, a 46-year-old security guard then followed the suspect across the parking lot, and that's when the man shot him in the abdomen. The victim was transported to Albany Medical Center where he is recovering from non-life-threatening injuries. No arrests have been made. news10.com


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Fairbanks, AK: Thief pulls gun out on store employees, employee pulls gun out in return
A man in Fairbanks who attempted to steal an item from a local power tool store was stopped Friday by store workers. The incident occurred at around 4 in the afternoon. Troopers said that employees at a local power tool store attempted to stop a suspect who had stolen a bandsaw kit from their store. While attempting to stop him and recover the merchandise, the suspect produced a holstered firearm from his backpack and tried removing from the holster. One of the store employees was conceal carrying and drew his own firearm and pointed it at the suspect. According to the trooper dispatch, the suspect considered his decision, then put the firearm in his backpack and ran away on foot. kinyradio.com



C-Store - Star, NC - Armed Robbery / Emp killed
C-Store - Lafayette, LA - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Albany, NY - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Sioux Falls, SD - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Philadelphia, PA - Robbery
C-Store - Philadelphia, PA - Robbery
C-Store - Winston-Salem, NC - Robbery
Cellphone - Newark, NJ - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Gainesville, FL - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Monroe County, MI - Robbery
Gas Station - San Diego, CA- Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Rochester, MN - Robbery
Grocery - Charlotte, NC - Robbery / Sups wounded by Police
Guns - Cleveland, GA - Burglary
Hardware - Fairbanks, AK - Armed Robbery
Hardware - New York, NY - Burglary
Jewelry - Manhattan Beach, CA - Armed Robbery
Jewelry- Aurora, CO - Robbery
Jewelry - Daytona Beach, FL - Robbery
Jewelry - Tulsa, OK - Robbery
Liquor - Memphis, TN - Burglary
Marijuana - Oklahoma City, OK - Armed Robbery
Motel - Albany, NY - Armed Robber / Sec Guard shot-wounded
Pets- Lodi, NJ - Robbery
Restaurant - High Point, NC - Armed Robbery (Chick-Fil-A)
Target - Philadelphia, PA - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Hampton, VA - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 24 robberies
• 3 burglaries
• 3 shootings
• 1 killed

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