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In Case You Missed It

June's Moving Ups

12 New Senior LPs - 5 Appointments - 7 Promotions

Casey's promoted Mike Suppe to Director - Field Asset Protection
Channel Control Merchants named Scott Sanford VP, Asset Protection
Dollar Tree Stores promoted Justin Dietel, LPC to Zone Asset Protection Director
FullSpeed Automotive promoted Levell Hedgspeth, CFE, CCII to Senior Manager LP & Safety
The Integritus Group named Michael Mershimer Strategic Partner
Kohl's promoted Malcolm Gaspard to SVP of Loss Prevention
Lowe's Companies named Phelicia Showers M.ED,LLM Safety Environmental and Asset Protection Manager
Ross Stores, Inc. promoted Jamie Campbell to Vice President, Field Loss Prevention
Ross Stores, Inc. named Chris Carmody, LPC Director- Supply Chain Loss Prevention & Safety
Sysco promoted Kevin J. Thomas to VP - Global EHSS & AP
The Monitoring Association Appoints Tommy Whisnant Government Relations Committee Co-Chair
Village Super Market promoted Michael Rubino to Director of Risk Management

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What's New In Perimeter Security Systems?

As the first line of defense against unauthorized access to business premises, perimeter security can alert an enterprise of potential security threats while delaying or preventing any loss or damage due to criminal acts. Combining hardware and software, perimeter security addresses the outermost ring of a facility's concentric circles of protection. Obviously, any threat addressed at the outermost edge of defense does not become a more immediate and urgent threat closer to a facility. We asked this week's Expert Panel Roundtable: What's new in perimeter security systems?

Joe Morgan - Segment Development Mgr - Critical Infrastructure-Americas, Axis Communications

Perimeter security has long involved a combination of multiple strategies and devices all added together to make a hopefully impenetrable "wall." Organizations are now looking to extend the buffer zones that lead up to the perimeter security to properly reinforce that perimeter. In addition, the idea of combining several sensors for a turnkey approach is gaining traction. This approach would likely involve combining a short-range radar, a camera, and a speaker system that could be used to warn a potential trespasser that they are in a restricted area. Analytics also play into this approach as an additional layer of detection and help contribute back into that buffer zone.

David Lenot - Critical Infrastructure Practice Lead, Genetec, Inc.

Perimeter security systems have evolved significantly in recent years and are now moving away from intrusion detection to perimeter surveillance: Traditional Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems (PIDS) are effective at detecting when someone is attempting to breach a fence, but they may not provide early warning of potential threats. That's why organizations are now looking for systems that can detect qualified activities such as movement or sound before intruders reach the fence. Radars and lidars can detect when objects cross lines, and track intruders outside and inside fence lines. Cameras otherwise used for monitoring or video verification can be turned into tracking systems with edge- or server-based algorithms. With a unified security system that can correlate data from a variety of sources (cameras, lasers, lidars, radars, etc.) operators are able to accurately identify the nature and location of the intrusion and are better equipped to respond faster.

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Retailer foils skimmer scam using AI

Retail deters skimmer crew, builds strong case in less than six hours

Here's how it started: A store manager saw through a skimmer crew's distractions at the checkout stand. As the manager approached, the three individuals abandoned the installation of the skimmer hardware and bolted.

With the immediate threat deterred, the client's AP team used FaceFirst's powerful visitor search feature. With this "look back," they quickly identified the subjects' criminal pattern by date, time, and store locations. In just hours, they built a strong case against a ring of 10 well-organized thieves.

You've seen some variation of this before. In this case, three individuals entered the grocery checkout together. They blocked views of the card swipe terminal with a bulk package of paper towels. One person distracted the cashier by asking for cigarettes from a locked case. Another said, "Oh, I'll bag" and stepped into position. The goal, of course, is to overlay an illegal skimmer device on the card swipe, intercept credit/debit card data, and steal money from the card accounts.

The sharp-eyed manager addressed the trio. They fled, leaving the partially installed skimmer behind. The manager called in his AP team right away. Their FaceFirst search of the three individuals' images revealed similar incidents in the client's other stores and more accomplices. Less than six hours after the manager's report, the AP team had identified 10 individuals casing 28 stores and installing six skimmers successfully. Overnight, the chain audited all checkout devices and added security measures.

Consider the benefit of taking an individual's image, running a search, and identifying that individual's past visits to any of your stores-all within minutes. FaceFirst's investigative features turn a nearly impossible manual task for humans into instant, actionable intelligence. FaceFirst helps AP investigators build strong, detailed cases faster for coordination with law enforcement agencies and prosecutors.

FaceFirst's face matching technology alerts retailers instantly when known threats enter their stores, providing both life safety and loss prevention advantages. Calculate the risks of being caught unaware when a known offender enters your store. If you knew there was a proven solution to keep your valued customers and associates safer from violent offenders and prevent loss, would you implement it? The real risk is answering no. FaceFirst's solution is fast, accurate, and scalable-take action today at facefirst.com.

The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

Police Across the Nation Are Preparing for the Worst

Bracing for a Violent Fourth of July
US shootings, gun violence rates at historic highs ahead of July 4th

The United States has witnessed five mass shootings each Independence Day on average over the past decade - more than on any other day of the year.

In that time, there have been more than 50 shootings in which four or more people were hit by gunfire on July Fourth, according to an analysis of Gun Violence Archive data by researcher James Alan Fox of Northeastern University in Boston.

The holiday this year comes as the nation is grappling with historically elevated levels of gun violence, which surged during the coronavirus pandemic. Seven out of 10 Americans say crime is "out of control" in the United States, according to a June USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll of 1,000 residents.

While early data suggests overall firearm homicides may finally be starting to decline again, researchers are documenting an alarming acceleration of mass shootings and mass killings, frequent episodes of gunfire on school grounds and increasing incidents of armed robberies, carjackings and road rage in many cities.

In 2020, there was a rapid increase in fatal gun violence, said Daniel Webster, director of the Center for Gun Violence Prevention and Policy at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. He noted the hostile political environment at the time and widespread societal disruptions of the pandemic and high-profile acts of police violence, which heightened distrust in law enforcement officers and sparked nationwide racial justice protests.

In 2021, for the second straight year, gun deaths reached the highest number ever recorded - nearly 49,000, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Gun violence was the leading cause of death for children and teens and accounted for more than half of all deaths of Black teens.

Newer information suggests shootings may be decreasing: Partial, provisional CDC data shows gun homicide rates fell in 2022. So far this year, the nonprofit Gun Violence Archive has documented a 5% decrease in gun violence deaths and injuries, said Mark Bryant, executive director. usatoday.com

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Retailer Forms 'Security Partnership' With Law Enforcement to Curb Crime
Fred Meyer forms security partnership with Portland, Oregon, to quell crime

Kroger Co. chain plans range of measures with the city and law enforcement to augment interior/exterior store security and prevent theft.

Fred Meyer has formed a public-private partnership with the city of Portland, Oregon, to help fight crime at its stores in the area.

The Kroger Co. multi-department store chain said Thursday that it's working closely with Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler's office, Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell and local law enforcement to provide a safer shopping experience.

The move comes amid elevated levels of crime-including shoplifting, break-ins and robberies-in the city that have prompted a stream of retailers and other businesses to shut locations, notably Walmart (which earlier this year closed its last two Portland stores) but also merchants like Starbucks, REI and Cracker Barrel. In announcing the safety initiative, Fred Meyer noted that "Portland has experienced an influx of business departures."

Measures planned under the partnership with Portland include an increased security presence at stores; heightened safety protocols for store interiors, parking lots and doorways; advanced receipt verification; and "significant investments" in innovative security technology, Fred Meyer reported. Overall, the chain has about 10 stores in the Portland area.

The retailer added that it has "long invested in crime deterrents and safety technologies." Efforts include the deployment of third-party security guards, rollout of public view monitors for increased visibility, installation of locking cases for high-value items, use of security tags on products, locking of shopping carts to prevent theft, installation of exit alarms to detect unauthorized departures and use of security cables to secure products.

"Portland is proud to partner with Fred Meyer in this crucial initiative," Wheeler stated. "We recognize the critical role Fred Meyer plays to our residents, and this partnership exemplifies our joint effort to combat crime, increase safety and serve the needs of our diverse community." winsightgrocerybusiness.com

Walmart & Amazon Already Complying with the INFORM Act
The two retailers have begun asking online shoppers to report suspected stolen goods

Explainer: 'Organized' retail crime: a 'multi-billion dollar problem'
Top executives and major law enforcement agencies in the U.S. are fretting about organized crime rings targeting retailers' stores and trucks for goods they can resell online. Gangs of thieves coordinate to steal many millions of dollars of merchandise - often perfume, cosmetics, toiletries or power drills.

They then resell the goods on the black market, generally at online auction sites, flea markets, to other retailers or even to third-party merchants on major e-commerce marketplaces such as Amazon.com and Walmart.com.

The crime ring generally has two parts - those individuals who steal large quantities of merchandise from a number of stores, and those who convert the stolen goods into cash.

Walmart and Amazon have started posting messages on their websites asking shoppers to report suspected stolen goods offered for sale, in line with a new law that went into effect on June 27.


Once concentrated in pawn shops and bodegas, today organized retail crime is a "multi-billion-dollar problem", said Jason Brewer, senior vice president of communications and marketing at the Retail Industry Leaders Association.

"Goods can be sold through an online marketplace anywhere in the world," he said. Organized gangs have also taken advantage of store policies that bar employees from engaging during a robbery or theft.


When retailers face high costs, their profit margins take a hit and they typically look to raise prices for shoppers. That means that, in the end, shoppers may bear the cost of retailers' losses to organized retail crime, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said in December.


In addition to working with law enforcement agencies, retailers are putting up plexiglass cases and steel cables to lock down merchandise, and adding security and large alarm systems to their stores. reuters.com

Las Vegas Police ORC Unit Making Progress in Curbing Crime? 
'Reports of larceny, robbery and burglary are all down compared with this time last year.'

'They're just very brazen': Police crack down on organized retail theft
Police and politicians are working to crack down on organized retail theft, with 11 Metropolitan Police Department employees recently assigned to investigate such crimes, and a proposed federal law that would create a national center studying the suspects.

Metro moved all detectives out of its organized retail crime detail when businesses shut down during the pandemic in 2020, and the unit was restarted at the beginning of May, spearheaded by Sgt. Patrick Flynn, with eight detectives and two administrators under him.

"These subjects we see, they're just very brazen," Flynn said in an interview. "They're walking out with trash bags or shopping carts full of product from retailers."

From national chain stores to small businesses, even pharmacies are becoming victims of thieves who steal large amounts of one item to resell it in other places.

Metro statistics updated weekly on their website show that reports of larceny, robbery and burglary are all down compared with this time last year. Arrests in all three categories were up compared to the same time period.

"One of the biggest concerns we have as an agency, we don't want see employees or citizens get involved," Flynn said. "If somebody is walking out with a cart full of stuff, normally for the most part, (the business) will provide video surveillance, information, if they're able to get a suspect description or vehicle description. We just don't necessarily want them to interfere because we don't want an escalation of violence."

Flynn said Metro meets with about 50 to 75 retailers every other month to discuss crime trends and their concerns. All business are welcome, and Flynn encouraged business to reach out to Metro for information. reviewjournal.com

West Coast Liberal Cities 'Cracking Down' Hard on Drug Crimes & Calif. Gov is Including Theft

San Jose Mayor's Plan - To Enforce 'Zero Tolerance Policy for Public Drug Crimes'
Hoping the Ca. Gov. Comes to Your Aid Like SF? Only one catch: Newsom wants to crack down on theft too!

San Jose’s mayor wants to rid the city of open-air drug markets. It won’t be easy.

Mayor Matt Mahan said city must enforce a ‘zero tolerance policy” for public drug crimes, despite thin resources

San Jose Mayor Matt Mahan is the Bay Area’s latest elected official to take a harder line against open-air drug use and dealing, urging city police to ramp up arrests and more seriously tackle a vexing problem that has exasperated residents and businesses.

Following calls for more enforcement around blight, homeless encampments and RV dwellers, Mahan held a recent impromptu press conference to stress San Jose’s “zero tolerance policy” for public drug crimes, saying “some people will need to be arrested and some people need treatment.”

“We will respond appropriately and we will respond immediately to prevent any congregation of drug use and sales,” Mahan said in front of a 7-Eleven in downtown (Editor's Note: great place to pick to have a press conference).. “We’re going to send a message that if you’re coming to San Jose to deal drugs, you will be arrested. If you are using drugs on the street, we will do everything in our power to get you into treatment.”

The mayor’s law-and-order-oriented proclamation comes amid a nationwide reckoning over how to respond to open-air drug markets.

Over in Oakland, while Mayor Sheng Thao hasn’t made curbing open-air drug markets one of her top priorities, the city has devoted resources to a non-law enforcement intervention unit to help those in crisis on the streets.

Mahan was flanked by San Jose Police Department’s Anthony Mata and Santa Clara County Undersheriff Ken Binder when he made the remarks Saturday in response to an NBC Bay Area report the night before showing open-air drug use at the convenience store on South Third Street. mercurynews.com

NBC Bay Area Related article:

‘It's absolutely horrible': Residents fed up with open-air drug use in downtown San Jose

A clerk at 7-Eleven said he is tired of fighting with people who hang out in his store and outside of it. Neighbors also said they feel like downtown San Jose is turning into San Francisco.

Seattle Mayor's Plan To Boost Downtown:
Commits to Upping Public Safety - Police Presence & Drug Distribution Arrests

Seattle's Mayor’s plan to boost downtown Seattle hinges on foot traffic, tourism
In the plan, Harrell commits to upping public safety and cleanup efforts downtown while also tweaking the city’s permitting and zoning laws to encourage the development and retention of businesses, child care and housing.

Harrell detailed his plan in Westlake Park, about one block northeast of the infamous stretch of Third Avenue that displays some of the most public-facing consequences of Seattle’s housing and drug use crises, and has become a battlefield of sorts for the biggest divides in city politics.

The city has increased police presence, emphasized drug distribution arrests and cleared many encampments along Third Avenue after a string of shootings in early 2022, garnering praise from some business owners and residents concerned with public safety. At the same time, critics have accused the city of disproportionately focusing on arrests rather than providing adequate treatment and housing resources to those in need.  seattletimes.com

SPD's Community Violence Task Force
Seattle police say new task force may have prevented mass shooting
The Seattle Police Department (SPD) said its newest task force is already getting guns off the streets and may have prevented a mass shooting.

The SPD's Community Violence Task Force was pulled together just over a week ago after Eina Kwon, a pregnant Seattle restaurant owner, was shot and killed sitting in her car in Belltown midday traffic. Her husband Sung Kwon, who was also shot, was injured and eventually released from the hospital.

Now, the task force is the SPD's top priority, Chief of Police Adrian Diaz said. About 50 officers are being pulled from other duties to be on the task force, and Diaz admits that may slow response times for lower-priority calls.

On Friday, officers from the task force recovered several weapons after they say a 17-year-old boy in Tacoma threatened to shoot up a nightclub in Pioneer Square.

That arrest "may have prevented a mass shooting at a public event," SPD Assistant Chief Eric Barden said, adding the suspect said that was his intention. komonews.com

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AI Will Transform Retail - Just Not Yet
How artificial intelligence will change retail

The technology has the potential to transform retail marketing, merchandising and business operations

Artificial intelligence
has the power to change retail - intelligently. And for those who might be considering the worst-case scenario, the reality is going to be far different.

It's undeniable that AI is already reshaping retail.
Levi Strauss & Co. recently announced it would be working with customized AI-generated models. American Eagle said it's using AI for inventory tracking, and Puma is using AI for personalized customer styling.

Targeting customers

Levi Strauss & Co. told NRF that, later in the year, the company will experiment with a "small, controlled" project on Levi.com using AI-generated models "
with the objective of learning more and determining whether we can enhance the overall consumer experience."

More efficient business operations

Von Kutzleben says the executives can imagine a day not too far out in the future in which the restaurant uses AI software to
collect broad data that could help run day-to-day operations. "Key insights such as predicting order traffic, staffing, assisting with more accurate product ordering and menu pricing suggestions are all possible when AI works in tandem with an in-store POS system," she says.

Optimized pricing, forecasting and marketing

He envisions a retailer with 100,000 SKUs, and an
AI program keeping track of all of that, changing prices whenever it makes sense and ordering inventory based on its demand forecasting.

What needs to happen first

Simply put, time needs to pass.
Companies are in a wait-and-see mode, at least judging from von Kutzleben's perspective. Christian Beckner, vice president of retail technology and cybersecurity at NRF says being ready for AI and developing best practices for managing it is why NRF recently started its AI Working Group. nrf.com

The AI Disruptive Future of Retail

By Tony D'Onofrio, Global Retail Influencer

The past two weeks have been truly inspirational in activities of continuous learning and sharing knowledge that helps us all have a brighter retail future. The first week was the keynote delivery of my latest edition on 'The Disruptive Future of Retail' presentation. The venue was the beautiful PGA National Resort in Florida were 200+ IT professionals attended the Retail Technology Solutions Summit. Impressed by both the format and the engagement of the audience during, after my presentation, and throughout the conference.

This article summarizes just a few of the charts included in the keynote at PGA National. If you would like a copy of the full presentation, reach out either on LinkedIn or through my personal website Contact Page.

The full presentation covers the latest global economic headwinds, the challenges facing retail, insights on why retail will continue to be resilient, the pace of technology innovation, the critical future retail technologies, the smarter store of the future, and as title implies, a review of the AI revolution that is underway, including its impact on the retail industry.

The Pace of Innovation Continues to Accelerate

As I explained in one of the charts in the presentation, post-World War II, retail has transitioned through three megatrends, each driven by technology disruption. As an industry, retail flourishes as part of an ecosystem of long waves innovation that are accelerating and each getting shorter over time.

The Retail AI Revolution

Interesting that in 2023, according to the latest RIS Retail Technology Study, 63% of retailers have no plans to invest in AI (63%) or machine learning (61%). As I pointed out to the audience, industry leaders, including many in retail, are no longer relying on solution providers to develop AI solutions. According to MIT, nearly 70% of AI PhDs are now hired by industries.

According to new research from the IHL Group, the worldwide retail AI economic impact through 2029 is a jaw-dropping $9.2 trillion.

Read the full article here

Tiffany & Co. Flagship Evacuated Due to Fire
2 months after the 10-story shop reopened following a $500M revamp

Smoke pours out of Tiffany & Co. flagship 5th Ave. New York store two months after reopening
A fire near Tiffany & Co.'s newly renovated flagship store in New York City sent smoke pouring out of the building on Thursday.

Firefighters responded to a transformer fire that began in an electrical vault next to the jewelry store's 5th Avenue location in Manhattan. The New York Fire Department later declared the fire under control and was contained to the vault.

Approximately 100 people were evacuated from the building and two were taken to the hospital for minor injuries, the FDNY said.

The fire comes just over two months after Tiffany officially reopened the doors of its 10-floor limestone flagship shop. The store had been closed since 2019 for a costly renovation. The price tag for the store's revamp was approximately $500 million, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. cnn.com

Engaging Your Teams & Sharing Your Vision is Critical
Strategies for Reducing Record-Level Employee Stress
Employees around the world are as stressed as they've ever been, according to a recent survey of more than 122,000 workers in 160 countries. Workplace experts say leaders who engage with their workforce can help rectify this growing issue.

Gallup's 2023 "State of the Global Workplace" poll found that 44 percent of workers said they experienced "a lot of stress" the previous day-matching the recorded high in 2021. While the survey did not ask about specific stressors, the report noted that external factors such as inflation and family health contribute to daily stress. A more significant factor, though, could be an employees' supervisor.

"Many factors influence stress," the report read, "but Gallup finds that managers play an outsized role in the stress workers feel on the job, which influences their daily stress overall."

The report indicated that managers can influence stress levels for the better among employees simply by engaging more with them: The percentage of workers who felt a lot of stress the previous day was higher among employees who were "actively disengaged" (56 percent) than those who were engaged (30 percent).

Gallup defined engaged employees as those who "found their work meaningful and felt connected to their team, manager and employer."

Research shows that high levels of employee stress are bad for business. Multiple studies, including a 2021 report published in Kansas Journal of Medicine, have found that high stress is strongly associated with lower workplace productivity. shrm.org

ISCPO Announces Citadel Fleet Safety as a Preferred Vendor Partner

Driver Safety Doesn't Mean Anything Unless You Achieve It

Dallas, TX -The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) announced that Citadel Fleet Safety has joined as the organization's preferred vendor partner as ISCPO continues to support its members and the supply chain security community. The speed of business has exponentially accelerated the supply chain, and ISCPO members rely on a variety of vendors for innovative tools, technology, and services to help them make their departments and flow of goods run effectively. ISCPO remains dedicated to continuously enhancing its variety of vendor solutions, leveraging emerging technologies, and staying at the forefront of industry best practices. By adding Citadel Fleet Safety as a preferred vendor, our members will have access to innovative, wearable mobile technology that drivers and employees utilize to ensure their personal safety. iscpo.org

Consumer Spending Stalled Last Month
U.S. consumers spent just 0.1 percent more in May than the month before, the Commerce Department said Friday. That was down from 0.6 percent growth in April, which was revised down from an earlier estimate of 0.8 percent. Adjusted for inflation, spending in May was flat.

Bed Bath & Beyond shuttered stores: These companies are moving in

NJ baby retailer tentatively wins rights to Buy Buy Baby's IP

Quarterly Results

H&M Group Q2 net sales up 6%, First half-year net sales up 9%

Happy 4th of July!
Let's Keep them all safe out there!

The upcoming July 4th holiday will be filled with opportunities to celebrate with friends and family, but please be aware of the hazards presented by fireworks. In 2021, 11,500 people were sent to the emergency room for fireworks-related injuries. http://atf.gov/explosives/fireworks-safety-notice

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'OpenAI Violated the Rights of Millions of Internet Users'
ChatGPT maker OpenAI faces a lawsuit over how it used people's data

A California law firm says the company's use of scraped data from the web violates the rights of millions of internet users

A California-based law firm is launching a class-action lawsuit against OpenAI, alleging the artificial-intelligence company that created popular chatbot ChatGPT massively violated the copyrights and privacy of countless people when it used data scraped from the internet to train its tech.

The lawsuit seeks to test out a novel legal theory - that OpenAI violated the rights of millions of internet users when it used their social media comments, blog posts, Wikipedia articles and family recipes. Clarkson, the law firm behind the suit, has previously brought large-scale class-action lawsuits on issues ranging from data breaches to false advertising.

The firm wants to represent "real people whose information was stolen and commercially misappropriated to create this very powerful technology," said Ryan Clarkson, the firm's managing partner.

The lawsuit goes to the heart of a major unresolved question hanging over the surge in "generative" AI tools such as chatbots and image generators. The technology works by ingesting billions of words from the open internet and learning to build inferences between them. After consuming enough data, the resulting "large language models" can predict what to say in response to a prompt, giving them the ability to write poetry, have complex conversations and pass professional exams. But the humans who wrote those billions of words never signed off on having a company such as OpenAI use them for its own profit.

"All of that information is being taken at scale when it was never intended to be utilized by a large language model," Clarkson said. He said he hopes to get a court to institute some guardrails on how AI algorithms are trained and how people are compensated when their data is used.  washingtonpost.com

No consensus on creating a unified US cyber incident reporting framework
Comments submitted to CISA regarding its creation of cyber incident and ransom payment reporting requirements underscore how tough it will be for the agency to create a one-size-fits-all framework.

AdvertisementOn the heels of a string of high-profile breaches, in March 2022, US President Joe Biden signed the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 (CIRCIA), which mandates that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) develop and implement regulations requiring critical infrastructure organizations to report cyber incidents and ransom payments to CISA. The bill requires critical infrastructure operators to tell CISA within 72 hours of when a cyber incident has occurred. The law also requires organizations to report ransom payments within 24 hours of making the payments.

In September 2022, CISA issued a wide-ranging request for information (RFI) asking for public feedback on many questions that would feed into its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM). CISA plans to issue its NPRM in March 2024. According to press reports, the Cyber Incident Reporting Council established under CIRCIA expects to send to Congress this summer proposed recommendations on developing an incident-reporting framework across crucial agencies and regulatory bodies.

CISA received 131 comments in response to its RFI by the November 14, 2022, deadline. The agency also hosted 30 "listening sessions" with various industry groups from September 2022 through January 2023.

An examination of selected comments submitted to CISA reveals how challenging the task of creating an overarching cyber incident reporting framework will be. The commenters diverged on a host of the central questions posed by CISA, including how to define which entities should be covered, which kinds of cyber incidents should be reported, how soon incidents should be reported, how they should be reported, and how the sensitive reported information should be protected.

The commenters rarely completely agreed on how CISA should proceed, particularly regarding who should be obligated to report. Moreover, many of the commenters advocated narrowing the reporting requirements with exclusions or criteria that would eliminate many cybersecurity incidents. Finally, most commenters recommended aligning CISA's reporting framework with those developed for specific sectors, which could make CISA's ultimate framework unwieldy to implement. csoonline.com

The following summary highlights only some primary threads from the CISA's NOI reply comments.

Read More Here

'National Cybersecurity Strategy'
White House releases cybersecurity budget priorities for FY 2025

The Biden administration noted that department and agencies are expected to follow the recently released National Cybersecurity Strategy.

The Office of Management and Budget and the Office of the National Cyber Director released a memorandum on Tuesday outlining five cybersecurity budget priorities for federal departments and agencies for fiscal year 2025 consistent with the U.S. National Cybersecurity Strategy.

The memo also said the budget submissions should be consistent with the Biden administration's national cyber strategy released earlier this year. The OMB and ONCD will review agencies' upcoming budget submissions to "identify potential gaps" and "potential solutions to those gaps."

The five in the memo are the same as the National Cybersecurity Strategy: defend critical infrastructure, disrupt and dismantle threat actors, shape market forces to drive security and resilience, invest in a resilient future and forge international partnerships to pursue shared goals.

The memo comes as the White House is preparing multiple strategies such as the implementation plan for the National Cybersecurity Strategy expected this summer as well as a national cyber workforce strategy. ONCD and OMB also said that a separate memo will be released with additional guidance focused on cybersecurity research and development priorities. cyberscoop.com

AI linked to new crop of business email scams
• In the first quarter of 2023, threats in corporate inboxes hit new highs with a quarter of all reported emails classified as malicious or untrustworthy, Fortra said in a recent report. Nearly all of these threats (99%) were classified as impersonation attacks.

• Fraudsters appear to be turning to generative AI to assist them in crafting well-written email messages at scale - without the poor spelling and grammar that has historically been associated with scams, John Wilson, a threat research senior fellow at Fortra, told CFO Dive. Recent evidence also suggests that scammers may be relying on AI to perform language translation, he said.

Fortra joins a growing list of organizations reporting an uptick in cybercriminals' use of social engineering.

Increasingly, threat actors are expanding their target list to include vendors associated with the intended victim.

"By compromising a third party or business partner, the victim organization is prone to highly realistic emails that often contain key insider information, significantly enhancing the legitimacy of an attack," Fortra's report said.

"Applying algorithms through machine learning that assist in the detection of anomalies and patterns will be increasingly necessary to thoroughly and accurately inspect email," it said. cybersecuritydive.com

CISA Alert: 2023 CWE Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Weaknesses
The Homeland Security Systems Engineering and Development Institute, sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security and operated by MITRE, has released the 2023 Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Weaknesses.

The CWE Top 25 is calculated by analyzing public vulnerability data in the National Vulnerability Data (NVD) for root cause mappings to CWE weaknesses for the previous two calendar years. These weaknesses lead to serious vulnerabilities in software. An attacker can often exploit these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected system, steal data, or prevent applications from working.

The 2023 CWE Top 25 also incorporates updated weakness data for recent CVE records in the dataset that are part of CISA's Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog (KEV). cisa.gov

Multi-Million Dollar Nigerian BEC Gang Now in U.S. Federal Prisons
Nigerian Man Pleads Guilty In Manhattan Federal Court To Participating In Business Email Compromise Scams
CHIBUNDU JOSEPH ANUEBUNWA, a citizen of Nigeria who was previously extradited from the United Kingdom, pled guilty today to wire fraud conspiracy in connection with his participation in fraudulent business email compromise scams that targeted thousands of victims around the world, including in the United States. In connection with the same conspiracy as ANUEBUNWA, co-defendant DAVID CHUKWUNEKE ADINDU was previously sentenced to 41 months in prison, and co-defendant ONYEKACHI EMMANUEL OPARA was previously extradited from South Africa and sentenced to 60 months in prison.

U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said: "As he has now admitted, Chibundu Joseph Anuebunwa participated in a conspiracy to trick thousands of business employees located all around the world into wiring millions of dollars to overseas bank accounts by sending bogus emails that appeared to be legitimate. This case should serve as a reminder to cyber criminals located around the globe that we will track them down and hold them responsible."

ANUEBUNWA, 40, a citizen of Nigeria faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. ANUEBUNWA is scheduled to be sentenced on October 2, 2023.

Mr. Williams thanked UK authorities and the Yahoo E-Crime Investigations Team for their assistance in the investigation. justice.gov

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Preparing For the Biggest War in Retail History - Breaking Up Amazon
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Hiring 12 Former FTC Attorneys & 1 FTC Economist
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Amazon poaching Federal Trade Commission officials before antitrust lawsuit

Amazon is poaching a slew of staffers from the Federal Trade Commission as it gears up for an epic antitrust battle with the US agency.

The Seattle-based web giant - which most is facing accusations it's been strong-arming third-party sellers into using its logistics network - has already hired around a dozen former FTC officials.

"If you're preparing for war, hiring people who used to work for the opposing army is a good way to gather intelligence," Jeff Hauser, founder of the Revolving Door Project, told On The Money.

Some of the officials Amazon poached include former FTC attorney Brian Huseman who manages Amazon's policy shop, former FTC attorney in the Competition Bureau Amy Posner who is senior corporate counsel, and former FTC attorney Sean Pugh who is now a senior manager in public policy.

On the one hand, insiders say Amazon's hiring spree has been made easier by FTC Chair Lina Khan.

As previously reported by The Post, there has been a mass exodus of disgruntled staffers who allege she is a "tyrant" with an "abusive" management style.

These people add that Khan - a 34-year-old legal prodigy who wrote her dissertation on antitrust concerns around Amazon - has disregarded many of the career staffers and spent much less time meeting with them than previous FTC chairs.

Nevertheless, Amazon's sheer volume of hiring also shows how seriously it's taking the threats from the FTC. The agency has already slapped Amazon with three lawsuits and is expected to bring an antitrust suit aiming to break up the company in a matter of weeks, according to a Bloomberg report.

"The FTC is threatening to break Amazon up: that gets their attention and they're going to spend what it takes," Kovacic said. "This doesn't mean they'll win, but it's the difference between reading a guidebook of Manhattan and getting insight from an insider telling you where to eat and what to order on the menu."

Indeed, what Amazon is paying for is insight into the inner workings and internal politics at the FTC, the former regulator added.

"Even if I tell you nothing about a lawsuit, I can give you insight into key players, who is making decisions, the mood of the agency, prevailing attitude of enforcement, overall sense of how stretched an agency is in using resources, and many people they can deploy on a given matter," Kovacic said.

"That's a know-how that's only learned by being there and that's very valuable to a company."

Last week, the FTC sued Amazon over claims it "duped millions of consumers into unknowingly enrolling in Amazon Prime."

Some speculate the agency will seek to force a spinoff of the lucrative Amazon Web Services unit, or divesting its logistic business, or even unwind big acquisitions like MGM and Whole Foods.

To be sure, there are laws preventing someone working on an FTC case against Amazon from jumping directly to the tech giant - employees working on the case must take garden leave.

Other former FTC staff who have jumped to Amazon include former senior attorney at the FTC Andi Arias, who is now corporate counsel; former legal expert in the Bureau of Competition Meghan Iorianni, who is now senior policy counsel; former FTC attorney Brian Berggren who is now corporate counsel; and former attorney in the Bureau of Competition Elisa Kantor Perelman who is now senior corporate counsel.

Others recent Amazon hires include the FTC's former antitrust attorney Stelios Xenakis who is now corporate counsel; former FTC attorney advisor Pallavi Guniganti, who is now public policy senior manager; and former attorney in anticompetitive practices Aaron Ross who is now corporate counsel.

Former FTC economist Joseph Breedlove is now senior manager of economist, litigation and regulatory affairs at Amazon.

Former FTC staffer Natasha Sivananjaiah is now corporate counsel.

Former law clerk Scott Fitzgerald is now senior corporate counsel in litigation and regulatory issues at Amazon. nypost.com

Editor's Note: This war will be one for the history books and great to follow. -Gus Downing

Bringing a TikTok Online Store to the U.S.?
TikTok could soon bring its new e-commerce store to the US
TikTok could be launching an online retail store in the U.S. as early as next month. The in-app shopping section would feature TikTok's own line of products - supplied by manufacturers in China - allowing the company to compete directly with Amazon, Shein, Temu and other major e-commerce platforms.

As reported by Semafor, TikTok's new store will sell products like toys and kitchen gadgets, among other items within the platform via the new online store, as well as a dedicated e-commerce tab in TikTok Shop, an existing feature where businesses pay a commission to sell their products on the app.

Last week, the company confirmed that it's testing a "Trendy Beat" shopping feature in the U.K. where products are sold and shipped by a Singapore-based company owned by TikTok parent ByteDance. Although TikTok initially denied that the new e-commerce offering wasn't being tested in the U.S., TechCrunch found that the company previously filed a trademark application in the U.S. for Trendy Beat, suggesting that the feature is likely expanding to the U.S. version of the app. techcrunch.com

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Bridgeton, MO: Two sisters stole more than $50K from retail store; police say they're noticing trends in similar cases
Investigations between local law enforcement led to the arrest of two sisters, who allegedly stole more than $50,000 in jewelry and other merchandise at the Kohl's location in Bridgeton. It's something that has police dialing into trends they're seeing in similar cases while finding effective ways to crack them. The incident happened nearly a year and a half ago. A few short months later, Kohl's moved most of their jewelry department to a completely different store, as well as online. As big of a heist as this was, it could be one of the reasons why the location decided to move their valuable, costly jewelry. Now sisters Lawanda Felder, 29, and Marla King, 29, who police say committed the crimes, are getting ready for a court appearance.  fox2now.com

St. Louis, MO: Man Facing Charges for 12 Target Store Thefts Makes It 13
A St. Louis man who last month was charged with 12 counts of stealing from the Target at Hampton and Chippewa is facing new charges of stealing from the Target at Hampton and Chippewa. On May 26, Nicholas Pannell, 39, of south city, allegedly loaded up two duffle bags with Target merchandise and headed out the front door. Shortly after the incident, a security guard told police he recognized Pannell from "several face-to-face encounters with him while he was stealing from the store." Pannell was arrested later that day. A police probable cause statement says that Pannell's theft with the duffel bags was the twelfth time he'd stolen from the Target. He was hit with 12 charges of stealing a few days later. But prosecutors say that Pannell went for unlucky number 13. Police say that on June 11, about two weeks after his initial arrest, Pannell returned to the same Target and stole several packs of batteries. When questioned by police on June 26 why he did this, Pannell said it was because a security guard was following him around and antagonizing him. Yesterday he was charged in that theft as a prior and persistent offender. Also on June 26, the same day he was questioned about the battery theft, Pannell allegedly stole $350 worth of merchandise from the Schnucks across Hampton from the Target. He was charged for that theft yesterday as well.  riverfronttimes.com

Chino, CA: Employees, customers forced to back of cell phone store during $32,000 Robbery Wednesday night in Chino; four men arrested
Four men are facing multiple charges on suspicion of forcing employees and customers to the back of a cell phone store in Chino Wednesday night before fleeing with $32,000 in phones and watches. The quartet was later arrested in San Bernardino, Chino Police reported Thursday. Victorville residents Tyjuan Kent, 21; Cayman Phillips, 20; and Jamir Harris, 18, were arrested with Joseph Sams, 20, of Loma Linda, at 10 p.m. Wednesday in the 2900 block of Park Avenue in San Bernardino, Sgt. Ted Olden said. The suspects were booked into the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Mr. Kent is being held on $330,000 bail. Mr. Phillips, Mr. Harris and Mr. Sams are each being held on $80,000 bail, according to San Bernardino County jail records. They are facing charges of conspiracy, kidnapping, robbery and false imprisonment, Sgt. Olden said. Chino police were called to the T-Mobile store in the 12100 block of Central Avenue, just north of Walnut Avenue, at 6:51 p.m. on a report of a robbery. "Multiple suspects with face coverings rushed into the store and forced employees and customers to the back of the store," Sgt. Olden said. The suspects grabbed phones and watches before they fled. No injuries were reported.  championnewspapers.com

Memphis, TN: Store employee used Sam's Club membership data to gain $60,000 in fraudulent refunds
A Sam's Club employee admitted to depositing fake refunds worth over $60,000 into her account, police said. Denise Russell, 29, was charged with theft of property $60,000-$250,000. A Loss Prevention Officer at the store on Winchester Road discovered that Russell was using customer membership account numbers to submit fraudulent refunds and then transferring the money into a personal account. Over a seven-month period, from November 2002 through June 2023, Russell charged 66 different related refunds, police said. Because the crime involving charging refunds for merchandise not actually in the store, it created additional loss for the store, the prevention officer reported to police.  fox13memphis.com

Menomonee Falls,. WI: Ulta Beauty thefts; $6K+ in stolen merchandise
Menomonee Falls police are looking to identify and locate three women wanted in connection with two retail theft incidents at ULTA Beauty on Falls Parkway. The first retail theft happened around 11 a.m. According to the police, the woman left the store with $3,967.00 worth of unpaid merchandise. Police said two women left Ulta Beauty with $3,170.00 worth of unpaid merchandise.  fox6now.com

Lincoln, NE: Women Sought In Theft Of Allergy Meds From Hy-Vee Stores
Lincoln Police are investigating the theft of more than $2,000 worth of allergy medications from a pair of Hy-Vee stores. Sergeant Chris Vollmer says the first incident was reported Wednesday afternoon at the store near 70th and Pioneers Blvd. "An employee noticed a significant amount of Zyrtek and Flonase missing from the store shelves," Vollmer says. A review of surveillance video showed two women putting more than $1,100 worth of the allergy products in the bag before leaving the store.  klin.com

Altoona, PA: Walmart shopper held over theft of $1,000 worth of goods after staff spot 'fire door' trick

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Shootings & Deaths

Lakewood, WA: Police provide update on fatal semi-truck crash involving Armed Robbery suspects
A semi-truck driver was hit and killed by two suspects fleeing Lakewood Police Department (LPD) officers early Thursday morning, LPD confirmed. LPD officers made contact with a vehicle suspected in a Tacoma burglary overnight around 5:30 a.m. Thursday, and attempted a traffic stop. The suspect vehicle fled at a high rate of speed and 10-15 seconds after the officers attempted the traffic stop, the suspect vehicle crashed into a semi-truck. The driver of the semi-truck was ejected upon impact and landed on the Interstate 5 freeway below the overpass. Life-saving measures were attempted by first responders, but the driver was declared dead at the hospital.   youtube.com

Leander, TX: Liquor store theft suspect shot and killed by Store Clerk
The Leander Police Department is investigating an alleged theft and fatal shooting after a convenience store clerk opened fire at three suspects, killing one of them, in May. Police say the incident happened on Wednesday, May 31 around 9 p.m. at Leander Liquors. Police were told three individuals had removed bottles from the shelves and left without paying. That prompted the store clerk to discharge a firearm, injuring one of them. Shortly after, police responded to a report of a man suffering from gunshot wounds about 1.5 miles south of the liquor store. Police arrived and confirmed the person with gunshot wounds matched the description of an individual involved in the alleged theft. Johnny Cabrera, 22, of Cedar Park died while in transport to St. David's Round Rock Medical Center.  cbsaustin.com

Tacoma, WA: Employee shot after interrupting burglary at General Store
(Possible connection Fatal Truck Crash Above). An employee responding to the business' alarm was shot by burglars early Thursday in Tacoma, Washington. The shooting occurred at 2:59 a.m., according to the Tacoma Police Department. Surveillance video of the burglary shows an armed robber shooting an employee after responding to the business alarm.  turnto10.com

Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Pittsylvania County, VA: Deputies searching for suspect in Armed Robbery at Food Lion
The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who allegedly robbed a Food Lion at gunpoint on June 28. Deputies say around 10:33 p.m., they were notified of a man wearing a mask running from the Market Square Food Lion, located at 3307 U.S. Highway 29. Officers were also told the man was seen running with a firearm and a cash register. During the investigation, Food Lion employees confirmed that they were robbed at gunpoint, and around $1,300 was stolen.  wfxrtv.com

Seattle, WA: DOJ: Man arrested for string of pot shop armed robberies
Caiden James Charlton, 18 years old, was living at a SeaTac hotel, remains in federal custody for robbery, with a detention hearing next week, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Tessa M. Gorman. Caiden James Charlton was arrested Tuesday June 27, 2023, in connection with three armed robberies in May and June 2023. Charlton had his initial appearance yesterday and will appear for a detention hearing on Monday, July 3, 2023. justice.gov

Marion, IN: Teens crash stolen SUV into pond after shoe store burglary
Two teenagers are under arrest after police accuse them of stealing an SUV, burglarizing a shoe store and then crashing the stolen vehicle into a pond. According to the Marion Police Department, a witness observed a tan-colored SUV ram into the front of Triple M Shoes - located on W. Kem Road - on June 25 at 1:35 a.m. The witness said two or three individuals got out of the SUV and ran into the store, coming back out with what appeared to be stolen shoes. OnStar then contacted police to report a vehicle in the water in the area of State Road 9 and Bocock Road. On Wednesday, the Marion Police Department arrested two 15-year-old boys in connection to the burglary of Triple M Shoes and also accused the teenagers of auto theft. The juveniles were transported to a detention facility outside of Grant County.  fox59.com

Boston, MA: Cambridge man accused of armed robbery at Saks Fifth Avenue in the Back Bay
A Cambridge man is facing charges for his alleged role in an armed robbery at Saks Fifth Avenue in the Back Bay earlier this week. Abdelouahab Adel, 23, has been charged with armed robbery (knife) and larceny over $1,200. Police officers on Tuesday at around 2:14 p.m. responded to Ring Road in the Back Bay for two male shoplifters, one armed with a knife. A store employee said she saw two men walking through Saks Fifth Avenue holding multiple multicolored scarves. The men stopped at a handbag display, picked up two purses, and left the store without paying. Two other store employees confronted the men outside the store, causing one to drop the stolen items and flee toward Huntington Avenue. The second man, later identified as Adel, was uncooperative and tried to fight with employees, police said. The employees saw Adel reach into his pocket and remove a shiny object, which they believed to be a knife. The employees then detained Adel until police arrived.  bostonherald.com

Philadelphia, PA: Police investigate 8 South Philadelphia burglaries in 3 days; suspect caught on camera
Police in South Philadelphia are investigating a recent burglary spree, where one man allegedly broke into several local businesses. Investigators say there have been eight incidents in just three days, all between South Broad Street and Oregon Avenue. The burglaries happened overnight between June 24 and June 26, and each time, police say the suspect used a blunt object to break doors and windows and made off with cash.  6abc.com

Falmouth, ME: Grenade found in Goodwill donation bin
Employees at the Falmouth Goodwill in Maine found a grenade in their donation bin this week. Police determined it was not active, but it did cause a scare. Goodwill employees say they do have a protocol for this type of donation. They immediately evacuated the store and called the Falmouth Police Department. Officers brought in the bomb squad, who determined this was an inert grenade, which is often used as a military training tool and does not contain any explosives. The police did take the grenade off-site and said it would be safely destroyed. This is not the first time a grenade has been donated to a Goodwill. There were two other incidents across the country of grenade donations just this year abc3340.com

Memphis, TN: Smash-and-grab thieves target small family market in Raleigh following storm damage

Pasadena, CA: 'A bad dream': Pasadena boxing gym burglarized twice in 2 months

Plainville, GA: 8-year-old and teen brother stole vapes from store - with mom's help


Portland, OR: Fire breaks out at Albertsons in Northeast Portland
A fire broke out Thursday evening at the Albertsons in Northeast Portland's Cully neighborhood, according to Portland Fire and Rescue. Portland firefighters responded to the fire just before 5 p.m. Thursday, reporting heavy black smoke at the Albertsons located at the intersection of Northeast Cully Boulevard and Prescott Street. Fire officials confirmed that the flames didn't reach the inside of the store, and said the fire was located on the roof of the building. Portland Fire said construction crews were doing roof repairs when the fire started. Most of the damage was contained to a 20'x40' area of roofing material on the roof - roughly the size of a tennis court.  kgw.com



Auto - San Antonio, TX - Burglary
Auto - Memphis, TN - Burglary
Beauty - Menomonee Falls, WI - Robbery
Beauty - Philadelphia, PA - Burglary
C-Store - Plainville, GA - Robbery
C-Store - Tacoma, WA - Armed Robbery/ shot fired
C-Store - San Francisco, CA - Robbery
C-Store - Knightdale, NC - Burglary
C-Store - Crestwood, MO - Armed Robbery
Cellphone - Chino, CA - Armed Robbery
Clothing - Baltimore, MD - Robbery
Clothing - Leavenworth, KS - Burglary
Dollar - Shelby, NC - Armed Robbery
Grocery - Pittsylvania County, VA - Armed Robbery
Grocery - Memphis, TN - Burglary
Grocery - Philadelphia, PA - Burglary
Grocery - Lincoln, NE - Robbery
Gym - Pasadena, CA - Burglary
Gym - Rockford, IL - Burglary
Hardware - Leavenworth, KS - Burglary
Jewelry - Bridgeton, MO - Robbery
Jewelry -Orlando, FL - Burglary
Jewelry - Northridge, CA - Robbery
Liquor - Canton, OH - Armed Robbery / shots fired
Music - Richland, WA - Burglary
Pharmacy - Hammond, LA - Robbery
Restaurant - New York, NY - Burglary
Restaurant - Philadelphia, PA - Burglary
Restaurant - Philadelphia, PA - Burglary
Restaurant - Edgewood, MD - Burglary
Restaurant - Lee County, FL - Armed Robbery
Saks Fifth Ave. - Boston, MA - Armed Robbery
Shoe - Marion, IN - Burglary
Sports - Bainbridge, OH - Robbery
Walmart - Altoona, PA- Robbery             


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


Weekly Totals:
• 82 robberies
• 39 burglaries
• 6 shootings
• 3 killed

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