shares its top physical security industry predictions for 2022
Earth City, MO (December 13, 2021)
Interface Security Systems, a leading managed service provider delivering
business security, managed network, UCaaS and business intelligence solutions to
distributed enterprises, today shared its top predictions for the physical
The end of traditional burglar alarms is near
of all sizes will move away from traditional contact- or motion-based burglar
alarms in favor of video-verified alarms to avoid the unnecessary disturbance
and costs involved with false alarms. We will also find that AI-based video
verified alarms are about to take modern alarm monitoring operations to an
entirely different level of accuracy and efficiency. AI-based deep learning
algorithms integrated with cameras can now detect people (human motion) and cars
while filtering out all other motion like shadows and trees as well as animals
and wind. This is about to become a game-changer for live monitoring operations
as operators can now rely on AI-based motion detection to alert them to people
in areas where they should not be. With so many camera feeds to be monitored,
AI-based analytics effectively act as a second set of eyes that never sleep and
never miss an event. This guarantees that live monitoring operators are not
wasting their attention on false alarms.
ORC will drive the growth of interactive audio and video monitoring
The recently published
2021 NRF Retail Security Survey revealed that almost 7 in 10 (69%) retail
loss prevention and asset protection professionals said the pandemic has
resulted in an increase in overall risk for their organization. As the
uncertainty of the health crisis continues to hang over the retail industry,
loss prevention and security professionals are reporting that organized retail
crime (ORC) and, in some places, opportunistic looting is on the rise. As
organized retail crime gangs continue to exhibit high levels of aggression and
violence, businesses will increasingly turn to interactive audio and video
monitoring providers as an extension of their own in-house teams. With live
video and two-way audio capabilities, trained security staff can see, hear and
communicate with store employees 24/7. This solution enhances personnel safety
and ensures retail premises remain secure.
Businesses will turn their security cameras into powerful business intelligence
tools to enhance customer experience and maximize sales
Since budgets are likely to remain tight in 2022 there will be greater demand
for demonstrable results from any kind of technology investment.
Forward-thinking businesses will maximize the ROI from their security
investments by extracting operational insights from the data generated by their
security cameras and monitoring solutions. Large, distributed enterprises will
increasingly leverage their use of video to go beyond traditional security
applications and use video analytics for business intelligence, as well as for
health and safety compliance. When a business truly understands the behaviors of
its customers by collecting key insights, it can then tailor every customer
touchpoint to maximize customer satisfaction, increase sales revenue and improve
operational efficiency. Video analytics can help retailers optimize store
layout, make critical decisions on merchandising, correlate customer footfall to
online campaigns, identify staffing bottlenecks, test new store designs, or
compare the effectiveness of in-store campaigns.
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The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact
ORC Making All the Trade Publications & News
Getting More Press Coverage Now Than Ever in History
As 'Smash and Grab' Spate Continues, Retail CEOs Turn to Congress for Help
Aside from it being their busy season, what do the CEOs of AutoZone, Best Buy,
Dick’s Sporting Goods, Target and over a dozen other mega-retail leaders have in
In a word, theft. But more specifically, a growing concern and frustration with
the recent rise of brazen, organized, “smash and grab” mass robbery attacks on
their stores — and now,
a shared desire for Congress to step in and do something about it.
The ongoing spate of organized, high-profile and often televised thefts is on a
different level — to the point where
21 CEOs from some of the nation’s biggest retailers have asked for help from
the federal government.
That fix comes in the form of
the INFORM Act,
(the Integrity, Notification and Fairness in Online Retail Marketplaces for
Consumers Act), a bipartisan bill filed in both chambers that aims to modernize
consumer protection laws — and in turn, to protect consumers, communities and
retailers from the re-selling ripple effects of stolen goods.
In short, the CEOs said that the elimination of the end market — the black
market where stolen goods are readily being bought and sold — will
disincentivize the mass theft that is being done to supply it.
After all, no one knows better than retail CEOs that if you disrupt supply and
distribution, you kill the business.
While admitting that there is no simple answer to stopping organized retail
crime or the sale of counterfeits, the
retail chiefs stressed that transparency is key to crushing this growing
Without naming names, they blamed the “lack of transparency” on “particular
third-party marketplaces” for the wave of criminal activity being able to grow
The plea for federal help comes at a time when several CEOs, including Best
Buy’s Corie Barry, have been blunt about the impact this situation has had on
their customers and the morale of their already constrained workforces, as well
as their bottom lines.
“This is a real issue
that hurts and scares real people,”
Barry, a 22-year Best Buy veteran who has held the CEO role since June 2019,
said during the company’s Q3 earnings call in late November.
Read the full story:
‘Smash and Grab’ Theft Trend Scares Shoppers and Workers, Threatens Mall Traffic
Friday: Published RILA's Letter
Retail CEOs Call on Congress to Modernize Consumer Protection Laws to Address
Surge of Retail Crime
Online Marketplaces & Street Vendors Fueling
New SF Proposals Target Resale Markets Where Shoplifting Rings Sell Goods
Online marketplaces and illegal street vendors are where organized retail theft
rings unload their ill-gotten goods, and two new laws before the SF Board of
Supervisors would hope to squeeze those markets dry.
illicit market is not some secret criminal syndicate, but often a platform that
you, too, might use regularly —
an online marketplace like Amazon, eBay, or Facebook Marketplace.
“The biggest reason why [retail theft] is more lucrative today is online
marketplaces,” loss prevention software director Tony Sheppard told the
Chronicle. “That’s where the bulk of the stolen products end up. With many
online marketplaces, [sellers] don’t have to give valid information. You can say
your name is Daffy Duck and open an account.”
Supervisor Rafael Mandelman wants to go after that practice on a local level. On
Tuesday, the board of supervisors
unanimously passed his
piece of legislation urging Congress to pass the
INFORM ACT, which would require online marketplaces to verify who sellers
are, and allow buyers to verify who the sellers are. CVS, Target, and Walgreens
have been begging Congress to pass the strictest version of this law
Meanwhile, Supervisor Ahsha Safai has a similar bill that
targets street vendors, according to the Chronicle. The image above is what
you can see every day outside the 24th Street BART station, as easily a dozen
informal booths are selling items that you absolutely know are ripped from a CVS
or Walgreens. You see the same thing every day near the 16th Street BART and
Civic Center/UN Plaza, and Safai’s legislation (which has not yet gone before
the full board) would create a permitting process that hopes to weed out the
vendors selling stolen items.
CA Retailers Demand Sacramento ORC Task Force
California Retailers Association pushes for an organized retail crime task force
As shoppers fill the stores, the California Retailers Association is looking to
increase their organized retail crime task forces in Northern California, which
instrumental in going after organized crime rings.
"We've asked for money
specifically for a Sacramento-focused ORC task force
in addition to one for the Central Valley. In addition, we're asking for
dedicated prosecutors who have a background in ORC," said Rachel Michelin,
president of the California Retailers Association.
This comes as they point out
an increase in retail thefts across the state
— with the crimes happening across different cities and retail stores.
According to the National Retail Federation,
San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento are the highest retail-theft cities in
and they are also in the top 10 cities in the country.
currently three task forces in the state.
The Southern Division encompasses the greater Los Angeles area, the Border
Division encompasses Orange and San Diego counties, and the Golden Gate Division
encompasses the Bay Area.
New NYC Mayor's Hopefully 'Get Tough on Crime'
NYC Mayor-Elect Eric Adams slams bail reform after tree arson suspect is
released to ‘wreak havoc’
Eric Adams on Thursday slammed a lenient bail reform law that allowed the
unhinged firebug who allegedly torched the Fox News Christmas tree to be
quickly set free.
The former cop said accused
arsonist Craig Tamanaha, 49 — who was freed without bail early Thursday
despite a lengthy rap sheet of low-level crimes — will likely “continue to wreak
havoc” on the Big Apple due to the flawed law.
The New York bail reform law
— which restricts judges from holding suspects of nearly all misdemeanor and
nonviolent felony charges after arraignment —
fails to take into account repeat offenders, Adams said.
“This guy has clearly made a decision that, you know, I’m just going to continue
to wreak havoc. Arson is a serious crime and judges should be able to look at
the person in front of them on those violent actions and make a determination
[on whether to hold him]. That is the missing piece,” Adams said at a press
conference in Brooklyn.
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Repeat of Last Year's Deadly Winter Surge?
Covid-19 Cases Rise in Many States After Thanksgiving
As Christmas nears, officials hope vaccines
help stem repeat of last winter’s deadly surge
surging in many parts of the country in the wake of Thanksgiving,
with Christmastime gatherings on the horizon.
Health authorities in
some hard-hit states, like Vermont, New Jersey and Maine,
say people who became infected after traveling or gathering indoors for
Thanksgiving are likely adding to the Covid-19 numbers. By Saturday, some 34
states had higher seven-day averages for new cases than they did before
Thanksgiving, according to Johns Hopkins University data, with some of the
biggest increases in the Northeast.
Epidemiologists believe colder weather, which draws people back inside where
respiratory viruses can more easily spread, plays a big role. The U.S. seven-day
average for new cases is about 119,000 a day,
according to Johns Hopkins, up from a recent low near 71,000 in late October,
when surges triggered by the Delta variant slowed in the South before starting
to hit hard in northern states.
More than 120,000 coronavirus cases are emerging each day
conditions continue to worsen, especially in the Great Lakes region and in the
New Mask Mandate Goes Into Effect in NY
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul Imposes Mask Mandate for Indoor Places
The state mandate for places without a vaccine
mandate goes into effect on Dec. 13 and will be re-evaluated in mid-January
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said New Yorkers must wear masks in public indoor
places unless those places require people to be vaccinated against Covid-19. The
goes into effect Dec. 13 and lasts until Jan. 15,
the state said Friday. The state said it would re-evaluate the policy after that
The new state requirement is being put in place
as the new Omicron variant of the virus spreads in the U.S. The policy is
an attempt to provide more protection during a time when people spend more time
shopping indoors, gathering and attending holiday-themed destinations,
state officials said.
“I have warned for weeks that additional steps could be necessary, and now we
are at that point based upon three metrics: increasing cases, reduced hospital
insufficient vaccination rates in certain areas,”
Ms. Hochul said in prepared remarks.
The state’s seven-day average of new cases was 9,693 as of Dec. 9, the highest
it has been since March 30 of this year, according to a Wall Street Journal
analysis of Johns Hopkins University data.
US employees outline return-to-work priorities
Forty-three percent of surveyed U.S. employees believe that returning to
in-person work could pose a risk to their health and safety. With the rise of a
new COVID-19 variant and the pervasiveness of the virus in the country,
employees have turned to cleaning protocols as a potential safety measure at
A new survey from the Cleaning Coalition of America finds that U.S. workers
increasingly value enhanced cleaning of the workplace and feel safer seeing
professional cleaners onsite. A majority (89.9%) of respondents cited workplace
cleaning protocols as important as employees return to the office, with 77%
percent of workers wanting the workplace cleaned daily.
Fielded in late October, the survey examined the perceptions of 1,800 U.S.
workers to understand expectations surrounding return-to-work as businesses look
to reopen in the future.
Almost two years into the pandemic, nearly half of Americans surveyed still have
lingering concerns about returning to the workplace. In fact, 38% of respondents
would consider changing their jobs if the workplace was not cleaned properly.
However, a clean workplace is not the only concern, with respondents citing
COVID-19 infection rates as a primary impediment to returning to in-person work.
To examine further survey findings, click
The End of a Return-to-Office Date
More and more companies are saying: We’ll get back to you.
Return-to-office dates used to be like talismans; the chief executives who set
them seemed to wield some power over the shape of the months to come. Then
the dates were postponed, and postponed again.
At some point the spell was broken. For many companies, office reopening plans
have lost their fear factor, coming to seem like wishful thinking rather than a
sign of futures filled with alarm clocks, commutes and pants that actually
The R.T.O. date is gone. It’s been replaced with “we’ll get back to you.”
Deadly Tornados Hit Midwest & South: The Retail Impact
Amazon Warehouse Wiped Out By Tornado
At least six people died after an Amazon warehouse in Illinois took a direct hit
least six people were killed at an Amazon warehouse in Illinois after a
direct hit from a tornado caused a major portion of the building to collapse
on Friday night, officials said.
Forty-five people were confirmed to have made it out the building, James
Whiteford, the fire chief in Edwardsville, Ill., said at a news conference on
Saturday. The authorities said they did not know how many people were inside the
warehouse when the storm hit, so they did not know how many more people they
were looking for.
Edwardsville sits about 25 miles east of St. Louis, and the Amazon building
is in a distribution hub on the west side of town. When the tornado swept
through around 8:35 p.m., it caused the walls of the building to fall inward and
the roof to collapse, Chief Whiteford said, adding that the walls were about 40
feet tall and made of 11-inch-thick concrete.
“At this point we have transitioned to search and recovery,” the chief said. “We
don’t expect that anyone could be surviving at this point.” He said that
search efforts would continue for the next three days during daylight hours.
Satellite photos show Amazon warehouse before and
It's 'inexcusable' that Amazon asked staff to work during severe weather that
collapsed a warehouse roof in Illinois, union says
Amazon should not have had staff working at an Illinois warehouse when a tornado
caused its roof to collapse, the head of a major workers' union said.
The roof of the
facility in Edwardsville fell in on Friday evening, leaving at least six
workers dead. Local officials said the collapse was caused by extreme weather
"Time and time again Amazon puts its bottom line above the lives of its
employees. Requiring workers to work through such a major tornado warning event
as this was inexcusable," the president of the Retail, Wholesale and Department
Store Union, Stuart Appelbaum, said in a statement released Saturday.
"This is another outrageous example of the company putting profits over the
health and safety of their workers, and we cannot stand for this. Amazon cannot
continue to be let off the hook for putting hard working people's lives at risk.
Our union will not back down until Amazon is held accountable for these and so
many more dangerous labor practices," he added.
An Amazon spokesperson told Insider: "The site received tornado warnings between
8:06 and 8:16, and site leaders directed people on site to immediately take
shelter. At 8:27, the tornado struck the building. Our team worked quickly to
ensure employees and partners could get to the designated shelter in place area,
and we want to thank them for everything they were able to do."
The RWDSU was involved in an
effort earlier this year to unionize a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama.
Amazon was not the only employer to have staff working during the
severe weather events that ripped through Arkansas, Illinois, Tennessee,
Kentucky, and Missouri this weekend. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said he fears
over 50 workers at a candle factory may be dead after it was hit by a
tornado on Friday.
Amazon Worker Ordered to Stay in Warehouse Before Tornado Hit
Amazon worker who died in warehouse collapse wasn’t allowed to leave
One of the victims who was
killed when a tornado collapsed an Amazon Warehouse in Illinois texted his
girlfriend before the deadly tornado struck saying that the company had
ordered him to hold off driving home and stay put until the storm passed.
Larry Virden, 46, was killed on Friday night when the roof came down at a
massive Amazon facility.
“I got text messages from him. He always tells me when he is filling up the
Amazon truck when he is getting ready to go back…I was like ‘ OK, I love you.’
He’s like, ‘well Amazon won’t let me leave until after the storm blows over,’”
his girlfriend of 13 years, Cherie Jones, told The Post on Sunday.
She said the text was sent around 8:23 p.m., 16 minutes before the tornado
reportedly touched down at 8:39. The couple lived in nearby Collinsville, which
Jones said is about 13 minutes away from the warehouse.
Asked if she faults Amazon for his death, Jones said with a sigh: “Not really.
But it’s that what-if situation: what if they would have let him leave? He
could have made it home.”
Dollar General Store Destroyed by Tornado, Killing 1
Tornadoes Leave Trail of Devastation Across Six States, With Scores Dead
At least 100 people were feared dead in
Kentucky after a swarm of tornadoes tore a 200-mile path through the U.S.
Midwest and South, demolishing homes, levelling businesses and
setting off a scramble to find survivors beneath the rubble, officials said
The powerful twisters, which weather forecasters say are unusual in cooler
months, destroyed a candle factory and the fire and police stations in a
small town in Kentucky, ripped through a nursing home in neighboring Missouri,
and killed at least six workers at an Amazon warehouse in Illinois.
In Leachville, Arkansas, a tornado destroyed a Dollar General Store, killing
one person, and laid waste to much of the city's downtown, said Lt. Chuck
Brown of the Mississippi County Sheriff's Office in Arkansas.
Dozens of people were feared dead, and communities across the Midwest and South
were digging through rubble on Saturday after a string of unseasonably
powerful storms and tornadoes swept across six states overnight.
Jeff Bezos finally responds to Edwardsville Amazon warehouse deaths during
Jeff Bezos on Saturday night said he was “heartbroken” over the deaths
of at least six Amazon employees in an Illinois warehouse hit by a tornado
The Amazon founder was blasted on social media earlier Saturday
for failing to mention the deadly incident in Edwardsville while cheering on
his latest group of space tourists in an Instagram post.
In addition to the six fatalities, another worker was injured and 45 others
had to be rescued from the football-field sized warehouse, located about 15
miles East of St. Louis, Missouri.
Kentucky governor confirms 64 dead from weekend tornadoes in his state
Amazon driver died in bathroom sheltering from tornado with colleagues
Tornado Left Deadly Path of Destruction up to 250 Miles Long in Six States
FEMA administrator on extreme weather: 'This is going to be our new normal'
Unions Claim Retailers' Surveillance Tech is
Being Used to Bust Unions
What Surveillance Techniques Are Not Allowed
'They Were Spying On Us': Amazon, Walmart, Use Surveillance Technology to Bust
Technology-enabled surveillance—from keycard tagging and email monitoring to
social media tracking and worker profiling—often introduced in the name of
safety and productivity can have a chilling effect on organizing and allow
companies to sidestep labor law. It enables employers to profile workers and
gain insights into employees' private lives and their sentiments—who's likely
going to be the most outspoken.
Amazon and Walmart are two of the best-known examples of employers using
surveillance technology during union battles, sometimes skirting the law. Leaked
internal documents from Walmart included methods for monitoring employee
activity and conversations about union activism, Amazon's Whole Foods utilized
heat maps that were based on predictive analytics to track store locations
considered at high risk of union activity, and Google reportedly has a system to
alert managers to any internal meetings scheduled with 100 or more employees,
"partially to weed out employee organizing," according to the human resources
newsletter HR Brew.
Since at least September, HelloFresh, which has been locked in a bitter
struggle with UNITE HERE, which seeks to organize its workers, has been
tracking social media posts about union activity using a marketing tool called
Falcon. It's reportedly discussed monitoring the employees behind such posts
and even reported such posts as spam to diminish their visibility. The company
explained to Vice that "it is our duty to correct misinformation and
mischaracterizations of our company."
Restrictions - What Surveillance Practices Aren't Allowed By NLRB Law -
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Body-worn video camera use extends beyond policing
As wearable video surveillance continues to be deployed, enterprise security
teams in healthcare, retail and more are finding value in improved
accountability, transparency and oversight.
Retail is an industry that is quickly seeing benefits from the use of wearable
cameras. Retailers — be it department stores, grocery chains or restaurants —
are focused on improving the customer experience, and wearable cameras recording
employee-customer interactions deliver an exceptional tool for ensuring that
retailers learn how to improve customer interactions while still providing a
record of situations associated with false liability claims.
With the increase in online retail and, specifically, retail delivery — for
companies such as Amazon, FedEx and UPS — package tracking and successful
delivery are often disputed and result in significant losses to the retailer and
delivery companies. To address this issue, carriers like Amazon have instilled
the use of drivers taking photos of a package on a doorstep to show proof of
delivery. An even better confirmation — and less time-consuming — is to equip
drivers with wearable video devices that record every delivery without having to
take individual photos at each stop.
In the transportation industry, the top priorities with providers and operators
are passenger and staff safety, as well as smooth, on-time operations. Wearable
camera use in transportation has gained popularity, as video footage can provide
both safety and validation of precautions taken on behalf of the operator. There
are strict federal, state and local guidelines that govern transportation — be
it an airline, railway, marine system or bussing. It’s essential that passenger
safety, inspections and maintenance on these methods of transportation be
routinely conducted and executed properly. With improved view and documentation
of steps taken on behalf of these transportation groups, they know the
deployment of such systems can be a matter of life and death and ultimately
What about Privacy - Cost of Wearable Tech
Retailers Rank High in Customer Trust & Loyalty
Grocers Top Business Rankings for Customer Trust and Loyalty
Qualtrics, a firm specializing in experience management, has shared its 2022
Experience Index that
ranks companies by
customer trust and loyalty.
This year, major grocery brands held five of the top 10 spots, underscoring the
fact that consumers' lifestyles are still largely based at home.
Costco topped the annual list, followed by Amazon at No. 2, Kroger at No. 3,
Publix at No. 4 and Aldi at No. 5.
Rounding out the top 10 companies were Bose, Android, Visa, Etsy and Trader
In its review of the top-ranked companies, Qualtrics highlighted
grocers' efforts to provide a better customer experience in an uncertain time,
such as Costco's successful positioning of its Kirkland brand and Kroger's
investment in robotics technologies for quick and accurate orders.
The report also touted Publix's culture of employee owners who deliver
personalized human experiences and Aldi's technologies that allow for speedier
Other retailers included in Qualtrics' list of the 50 leading companies
include Dollar General (No. 16) and Target (No. 25).
Q3 2021 Cargo Theft Data
2021 Third Quarter Supply Chain Risk Trends Analysis
CargoNet® reports a total of
359 supply chain theft and fraud incidents across the United States and Canada
in the third quarter of 2021.
There were 294 total theft incidents that involved theft of a trucking vehicle
like a semi-truck or theft of cargo. This is a 19 percent decrease from third
quarter of 2020, but 2020 was a record-setting year for theft and when compared
to the third quarter of 2019, theft reports are up 13 percent.
Theft reports along the West Coast of the United States increased 42 percent
comes as no surprise, as California continues to struggle with frequent thefts
of high-end computer electronics shipments. Other regions of the country
reported a reduction in theft when compared to third quarter of 2020, but each
region had increased at least 16 percent in the third quarter of 2020 when
compared to third quarter 2019.
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Retail's Solution to Theft Mobs
Can Safeway slam the door shut on shoplifters?
a number of major U.S. cities continue to grapple with
the problem of violent, orchestrated retail theft,
Safeway in San Francisco is rolling out
restrictive solutions it hopes will stop the shoplifting mobs.
Customers entering one Safeway location near San Francisco's Castro district are
now greeted with
metal gates that swing shut and lock behind them,
preventing anyone from making a break for it with a shopping cart full of items,
according to the
San Francisco Chronicle. The self-checkout area is now surrounded by
barriers to direct customers through a single exit,
un-staffed checkouts are blocked off with metal barriers and the side entrance
to the store is entirely blocked off.
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Profiles in Leadership: Jason Fruge, CISO, Rent-A-Center
CyberEdBoard Member on Building Resiliency and
Changing Security Mindsets
in another role,
Rent-A-Center CISO Jason Fruge
was asked by senior management to develop a "security scorecard," but he
resisted. What were his objections, and how did he address them? Fruge explains
in this exclusive leadership discussion.
In an interview with Information Security Media Group as part of the
CyberEdBoard's ongoing Profiles in Leadership series, Fruge discusses:
The challenge of influencing a change of mindset;
His passion for enabling business resiliency;
The value of communication and collaboration with peers.
current vice president and CISO for Rent-A-Center,
one of the nation’s largest rent-to-own retailers operating in 2400 locations
between their corporate and franchised owned stores, Fruge is responsible for
providing leadership and information security advice, governance and
subject-matter expertise to the company’s extensive global team of technical
operations staff who administer critical distributed information systems.
more than 20 years of information security and IT leadership experience,
focusing on enterprise security management, regulatory compliance, information
security program development and enterprise security technologies. Before
Rent-A-Center, he was vice president of business application cybersecurity for
Onapsis. Before that, he held vice president and CISO roles for Fossil Group,
Signet Jewelers and Cerner Corp., and he was senior vice president and global
information security officer for Citi.
2021: The Year of Ransomware
A cybersecurity year in review
This brings us to what we might consider
the core of this year’s challenges,
as reflected in the SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline compromises:
the continued growth of successful ransomware attacks
and the promulgation of the Executive Order regarding software bill of materials
(SBOM). These events stand out as a reflection of what I consider most
significant when it comes to what we saw in 2021 and are the basis of what we
might expect to see in the year to come.
SolarWinds forced upon us an unsettling realization of the
implications of a foundational system whose updates were compromised and
propagated in the manner revealed.
The contextual battlespace in which that propagation occurred was further
exacerbated by the growing porosity mentioned above that makes up the modern
supply chain, giving an adversary an almost unlimited number of “weakest leaks”
through which to explore the options and realize the fruits of their efforts.
The Colonial Pipeline, which supplies 45% of the East Coast’s supply of various
fuels, was taken offline after it was impacted by a ransomware attack. Now, on
the other side of the world, another cyberattack has left drivers in Iran with
virtually no fuel. The online attack reportedly crippled essentially every gas
station across Iran — ironic, as that nation is a leading exporter of oil.
Ransomware on the Rise
The Colonial Pipeline affair was just one instance of how
ransomware attacks took the headlines by storm in 2021
— notwithstanding the existence of validated, AI-supported math models whose
prowess against such attacks continues to be well-documented. That an inertia
seems to yet hold major Fortune 500 companies and infrastructures of nations
prisoner and doggedly committed to outdated models of defense staggers rational
Proving that the supply chain implications of these standout events did not go
unappreciated, the U.S. presidential administration issued an Executive Order,
the heart of which requires those who manufacture and distribute software a new
awareness of their supply chain to detail what is actually in their products —
particularly open-source software — and the ability to reflect that awareness in
an accurate SBOM.
Fraud, deepfake threats rising as biometric IDV forecast for 4X market growth by
Annual Growth Rate of
16.32% to 2030
Face biometrics and liveness
detection are proving effective against a rising tide of online fraud,
in terms of the number of attacks and their sophistication, studies by Veriff
and Onfido respectively show, leading to a large piece of the overall identity
made up $2.63 billion of the overall $7.63 billion identity verification market
in 2020, and is
expected to make up the
largest segment in the
market by 2030, at $11.7 billion out of an overall $33.19 billion, according to
a new report.
North America is expected to
remain the largest target region,
with identity verification revenues growing from $2.85 billion in 2020 to $12.66
billion in ten years.
2022 is when biometric payment cards will go mainstream: SPA report
An increasing number of pilots and now commercial rollouts of biometric payment
cards, plus the development of standards all point to the
secure and contactless payment
method going mainstream as soon as 2022, according to a new
report by the
Smart Payment Association (SPA).
The COVID pandemic has been an accelerator for contactless payments. In the UK,
contactless payments account for around 57 percent of all in store payments,
Fingerprint Cards or 72 percent of card payments, with
Computer Weekly putting the figure at 88.6 percent of card payments in 2020.
The SPA believes the general familiarization with biometrics from smartphone use
is leading not just to acceptance for biometric payment cards, but demand as the
biometric element is seen as more secure.
Research by Visa and a study by Fingerprint Cards in collaboration with Kantar
shows that consumers have a clear preference for contactless card use rather
than digital wallets, with little growth predicted for the latter.
Hacker Infects 200,000 Computers World-Wide in
Just 4 Months
Russian National Gets 48 Months for Providing Crypting Service for Kelihos
Hartford: Oleg Koshkin, 41,
operated the websites “crypt4u.com,” “fud.bz,” and others. The websites promised
to render malicious software fully undetectable
by nearly every major provider of antivirus software. Koshkin and his
co-conspirators claimed that their services could be used for malware such as
botnets, remote access trojans, keyloggers, credential stealers, and
Koshkin worked with Peter Levashov, the operator of the Kelihos botnet, to
develop a system that would allow Levashov to crypt the Kelihos malware multiple
times each day. In September 2018,
Levashov pleaded guilty to various fraud, conspiracy, computer crime and
identity theft offenses.
Koshkin provided Levashov with a custom, high-volume crypting service that
enabled Levashov to distribute Kelihos through multiple criminal affiliates. The
Kelihos botnet was used by Levashov to send spam, harvest account credentials,
conduct denial of service attacks, and to distribute ransomware and other
malicious software. According to evidence presented at Koshkin’s sentencing,
Kelihos relied on the crypting services provided by
Crypt4U from 2014 until Levashov’s arrest in April 2017; and just in the last four months of that
Kelihos infected approximately 200,000 computers around the world.
It's All Cyber: Crime in a High Tech World
"There is no
element of criminality anymore that isn't cybercrime," said
Jeremy Sheridan, assistant director of the Secret Service Office of
"Whether it's the opportunity to commit the crime, the methods to
execute it, the means to profit from it, it all
involves some element of cyber."
- Published in the
WSJ on 11/16/21
Location, Location, Location
context of the interview setting can sometimes cause obstacles for the
interviewer, create potential litigation concerns and ultimately increase the
resistance of the subject. Although some of the basic guidelines for the “room
setup” of an interview may be elementary, truth be told, many interviewers
bypass this important part of preparation. With many organizations relying on
technology to conduct remote interviews, the oft occurrence of an in-person
conversation may cause the interviewer to forget some of these principles.
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Amazon Outage Fallout
AWS: Here's what went wrong in our big cloud-computing outage
AWS says sorry for a long outage after tripping up on address translation
between main and internal networks.
AWS's explanation of what went wrong, the source of the outage was a glitch
in its internal network that hosts "foundational services" such as
application/service monitoring, the AWS internal Domain Name Service (DNS),
authorization, and parts of the Elastic Cloud 2 (EC2) network control plane. DNS
was important in this case as it's the system used to translate human-readable
domain names to numeric internet (IP) addresses.
AWS's internal network underpins parts of the main AWS network that most
customers connect with in order to deliver their content services. Normally,
when the main network scales up to meet a surge in resource demand, the internal
network should scale up proportionally via networking devices that handle
network address translation (NAT) between the two networks.
However, on Tuesday last week, the cross-network scaling didn't go smoothly,
with AWS NAT devices on the internal network becoming "overwhelmed", blocking
translation messages between the networks with severe knock-on effects for
several customer-facing services that, technically, were not directly impacted.
Amazon's Internet Tracking Service
Amazon is retiring Alexa — no, not that one
The web ranking service will shut down May 1,
Amazon is shutting down Alexa Internet, a
service that has provided web traffic analysis for more than two decades.
Alexa was founded in 1996 and bought by Amazon in 1999 (15 years before the
shopping giant revealed its digital assistant of the same name).
Alexa is best known for Alexa Rank, a ranking of the world’s most popular
websites, with this information frequently referenced in news coverage and
public resources like Wikipedia. The company extrapolates this data from a small
sample of web users who use its
and from sites which choose to install its
announcement post, the Alexa.com team said the company stopped offering new
subscriptions on December 8th, 2021, and
will shut down the site on May 1st, 2022.
Alexa.com’s rankings have always been simultaneously popular and contentious —
not surprising given the importance of
establishing traffic metrics in many online businesses.
Over the years, there have been many accusations that the service’s Alexa Rank
could be gamed, but it nevertheless remained the most familiar name in the
web-ranking world. A number of alternate services exist, including
E-commerce is on the rise. Why are home brands rushing to open stores?
'Enough Is Enough': Store Owner Rips Chicago
Leaders After Smash-and-Grab
Chicago, IL: Surveillance video captures thieves targeting Rolls-Royce, Gold
Coast Exotic Motors dealership
used hammer to break display case. Chicago police are investigating a
smash-and-grab robbery at the Gold Coast Exotic Motors dealership. "We're here
to run a legitimate business, not be a western shootout," said Joe Perillo,
co-owner, Gold Coast Exotic Motor Cars. Shattered glass and empty displays are
all that were left after a crime that took mere seconds, ended with millions of
dollars worth of jewelry in the hands of thieves. 30 seconds, and they know, the
criminals know," Perillos said. "We ran after them on Chestnut, all the way to
State Street, and then they split up," said Joe Abbas, co-owner, Gold Coast
Exotic Motor Cars. Security video shows two men walking inside the dealership
just off the Mag Mile around noon Saturday. One man can be seen standing guard
at the door while the other one uses a hammer to smash open the cases. The
video, stops short of the men running out with what employees say were at least
seven luxury watches, and multiple staff members giving chase. Officers were
called to the 800 block of N. Rush at around 12:11 p.m. Saturday, police said.
NY Postal Workers Get Arrested For $750,000 in Credit Card Thefts
We always hope our important mail, especially our credit cards and personal
information are safe in the hands of postal workers, but in this case, our trust
has been violated. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., announced
the indictment of ten people, including New York postal workers for stealing
$750,000 in an identity theft ring. The ring operated between January 2017 and
August 2019. Kennisha Murrell, Curquan Highsmith, Bruce Bienvenu, and Kenneth
Freeman, all postal mail carriers, were allegedly paid to intercept and steal
credit cards from their routes in New York City and Virginia. The alleged
ringleader Michael Richards recruited each of the postal workers and paid them
based on how well the credit cards they stole performed. United States Postal
Service Inspector in Charge, Philip R. Bartlett said we shouldn't lose trust in
the post office.
Jury Convicts Former AT&T Employee of Conspiracy, Fraud, and Identity Theft
BERN, N.C. – A federal jury today convicted Alejandro Garlynn Williams, 40, of
conspiracy, access device fraud, and aggravated identity theft, finding him
guilty of all counts in the indictment against him
According to court records and evidence presented at trial, Williams began
working as a retail sales consultant at an AT&T store location in Fayetteville,
North Carolina in March 2016. In that capacity, Williams’ responsibilities
included activating AT&T customer accounts and selling cell phones for those
In October 2017, Williams was introduced to Anthony Jamison, a resident of
Hamlet, North Carolina. Jamison was named as a co-conspirator in the indictment
and previously pleaded guilty in this matter. Between October 2017 and January
2018, Williams and Jamison conspired to establish AT&T cellular accounts with
the stolen personal identifying information (PII) of unwitting victims in North
Carolina and South Carolina for the purpose of
obtaining thousands of dollars’ worth of high-end cell phones for resale on the
Jamison would then send various recruits into the AT&T store to meet with
Williams to act as the “customer” for the surveillance cameras. Thereafter,
among other things, Williams would use the stolen victim PII to run hard credit
checks, activate lines of service in the victims’ names, and, ultimately, issue
cell phones to the “customer” for resale by Jamison. To facilitate the
conspiracy, Williams ensured the phones were activated and sold under financing
plans that required little or no payment from the “customer” at the point of
sale, but which made the victims personally liable for the devices without their
In total, the associated losses to AT&T as a result of the scheme, including
phones and accessories, was in excess of $85,000.00.
Burlington County Man Charged with Cell Phone SIM Swap Scheme
In May 2021, Katz, who was employed as a
manager at a telecommunications store, used his managerial credentials to
access several customer accounts and
swapped the SIM numbers associated with the customers’ phone numbers into
mobile devices controlled by another individual,
enabling this other individual to control the customers’ phones and
access the customers’ electronic accounts. Jonathan Katz, 40, of Marlton, New
Jersey, is charged by complaint with one count of gaining unauthorized access to
a protected computer.
In exchange for the swaps,
Katz was paid in Bitcoin, which was traced back to Katz’s cryptocurrency
The charge of unauthorized access to a computer carries a
statutory maximum of five years in prison and a fine of not more than $250,000
or twice the pecuniary gain to the defendant or twice the gross loss involved,
whichever is greatest.
Chattanooga, TN: Shoplifter Tries To Take $8,000 In Printer Ink from Walmart
Queensbury, NY: Woman stole over $4,600 worth of merchandise from Target
Bloomington, IL: Burglars flee with over 2 dozen firearms from local gun shop
Davis, CA: Police Arrest 2 Antioch Residents in Retail Theft Bust at CVS
Chattanooga, TN: Woman Charged With Stealing Over $1,000 In Items From Penneys,
Hitting Officer With Car While Getting Away
Seneca Falls, NY: Pair arrested, charged with working together to steal
merchandise from Wal-Mart
Shootings & Deaths
Houston, TX: Man arrested in convenience store shooting that left 1 dead
A man is arrested and charged after he shot and killed another man in an
apparent road rage shooting in southwest Houston, police said on Friday. Desmond
Haynes, 28, is charged with the murder of Shominick Gaston, 41. He is also
charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon. Police said at 8:10 p.m. on Nov. 26,
Gaston was outside a convenience store where he was shot multiple times by
Haynes. He fled the scene in a white four-door vehicle before officers arrived.
Gaston was transported to an area hospital where he later died, according to
police. Police said they were able to identify Haynes as the suspect involved in
the murder of Gaston with surveillance footage obtained from the convenience
store. He was arrested and charged on Tuesday.
San Pablo, CA: Off-Duty UC Berkeley Police Officer Fatally Shoots Armed Robbery
Suspect At Nation’s Giant Hamburgers restaurant
An off-duty University of California-Berkeley police sergeant fatally shot an
armed suspect Sunday morning who was attempting to rob a Nation’s Giant
Hamburgers restaurant in San Pablo, authorities said. The Contra Costa County
Sheriff’s Department said the incident took place around 11:30 a.m. at the
Nation’s located in the 16300 block of San Pablo Ave. The off-duty sergeant was
dining at the restaurant when the armed suspect entered the restaurant and
attempted to rob the cashier. The officer confronted the suspect when he saw the
robbery occurring. He fired one shot, wounding the suspect. The suspect —
identified as 29-year-old Amanuel Moreno of Richmond — was transported to a
local hospital where he later died.
Minneapolis man pleads guilty to federal charges in deadly April Cellphone Store
A Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to a violent robbery
last spring that ended with the shooting death of a man in the store, according
to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Marlow Ramsey Carson, 30, pleaded guilty to a
count each of robbery and possession of ammunition by a felon. Carson, who had
prior felony convictions, is barred from possessing firearms or ammunition.
According to court records, Carson robbed Blue Sky Wireless and West Bend
Furniture store in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis on April 27,
demanding money from the store owner at gunpoint. When a friend of the owner
responded, Carson shot him several times before running from the store and
jumping into a waiting car, which sped away. Carson was arrested the next day in
St. Paul and booked in Hennepin County on suspicion of murder. The shooting
victim — Abdifatah H. Mohamed, 40, who was also known by the name Liban Osman
Baqare — was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead, becoming the city's 24th
homicide victim of 2021.
Lauderhill, FL: 3 people shot following argument outside Lauderhill convenience
Mobile, AL: 16-year-old shot outside convenience store in Mobile Friday night
Chaplin, SC: Suspect wanted in parking lot shooting at Publix
Incidents & Thefts
Redlands, CA: 18-year-old man arrested after brandishing fake assault rifle
outside Stater Bros. Market
An 18-year-old man was arrested in Redlands this week after brandishing a
replica firearm that looked like an assault rifle at a grocery store, police
said. Nathaniel Rodrigo Cortes, of Redlands, had approached the Stater Bros.
Market in the 10 block of East Colton Avenue carrying the imitation firearm
Thursday evening, Dec. 10, according to Redlands police. Around 10:30 p.m., they
received reports of a man brandishing the weapon near the entrance before
fleeing in a red sedan. Using a partial plate, officers were able to find the
sedan at a house where surveillance was set up. Early Friday, a man matching the
suspect’s description exited the house and left in the sedan. A high-risk
traffic stop set up a few blocks away awaited him. Cortes was taken into custody
on suspicion of brandishing an imitation firearm in a threatening manner.
Officers said they found the replica, an airsoft resembling a Browning automatic
rifle, in the car trunk.
Erie, PA: 7-year sentence, restitution ordered in $235K smash-and-grab jewelry
heist near Millcreek Mall
A sentencing hearing has ended half of the federal criminal case over a $235,715
smash-and-grab robbery at a jewelry store near the Millcreek Mall in November
2018. A Detroit man was sentenced to seven years in federal prison and ordered
to pay restitution for working with a co-defendant to carry out the heist at the
Jared Galleria of Jewelry store on Interchange Road. The sentence for the
defendant, Devon A. Edwards, 38, followed the recommended sentence that was
included in the plea deal between the U.S. Attorney's Office and the defense.
U.S. District Judge Susan Paradise Baxter sentenced Edwards on Thursday. She
also gave him three years of supervised release, gave him credit for time served
in prison since his arrest and recommended that he serve the sentence at the
federal prison closest to the eastern Alabama city of Piedmont, according to
court records. Edwards pleaded guilty in August to a felony count of a Hobbs Act
robbery, or a robbery that affects interstate commerce. He faced a maximum
sentence of 20 years. His co-defendant is Roderick D. Brown, also of Detroit,
who was 19 at the time of the robbery.
NYC, NY: Times Square shoplifter who left cop injured is charged; over 60 prior
shoplifter who left a cop injured after
swiping a purple coat and other items from a Times Square clothing store has
more than 60 arrests on his record,
mostly for petty crimes, police said Sunday. Jovan Ortiz, 41, allegedly stole
the purple coat, a belt, overalls and a dress from the Express store on Broadway
at West 46th Street in Manhattan just before noon Saturday, cops said. Store
security flagged down a police officer, who then attempted to arrest Ortiz, but
the suspect “flailed his arms” and caused the cop to fall to his knees before
the suspect was apprehended, a police spokesman said.
The police officer was taken to Mount Sinai West hospital with pain and swelling
to both knees. Ortiz was charged with robbery, petit larceny, resisting arrest,
obstruction of governmental administration and criminal possession of stolen
property, police said. He was arraigned on one count of third-degree robbery in
Manhattan Criminal Court, documents show. Prosecutors at his arraignment asked
that Ortiz get supervised release, but the judge said Ortiz has a parole
violation on his record and would be sent to Rikers Island. Ortiz’s rap sheet
includes four felony convictions and four misdemeanor convictions, prosecutors
said. He’s also logged 10 failures to appear in court and probation and parole
violations, according to prosecutors.
Riverhead, NY: Man charged in Thanksgiving night burglary of Lowe’s is indicted
by grand jury
The man charged by Riverhead Town Police with burglarizing Lowe’s Home
Improvement Center on Route 58 Thanksgiving night has been indicted by a Suffolk
County grand jury on felony burglary and grand larceny charges. Terry Smith, 58,
pleaded not guilty last week in Suffolk County Criminal Court to charges of
Burglary in the Third Degree and Grand Larceny in the Third Degree in connection
with the Nov. 25 incident. Smith was held in lieu of $20,000 cash bail and
remains in custody at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverside.
Smith is also facing a misdemeanor Petit Larceny charge in connection with a
DATE incident at the same location. Riverhead Town Police arrested Smith at the
Greenview Motel on West Main Street Nov. 26 after identifying him in
surveillance video taken at the store overnight. Police said the video showed a
man used a large piece of steel to smash the glass on two of the front doors to
gain entry. The man then removed assorted tools from shelves inside the store
and left the premises, police said. Police charged Smith with the two felonies
and the next day charged him with petit larceny at Lowe’s Nov. 10.
Fayetteville, GA: Police solve 5 store burglaries, arrest Atlanta man
Auto – Chicago, IL –
Kernersville, NC – Armed Robbery
C-Store – Fayette
County, GA – Burglary
C-Store – Memphis, TN
– Armed Robbery
C-Store – Burlington,
NC – Armed Robbery
CVS – Rockville, MD –
Clothing – Ventura, CA
Family Dollar – Macon,
GA – Armed Robbery
Gas Station – Sherman,
TX – Armed Robbery
Grocery – Bibb County,
GA – Armed Robbery
Guns – Virginia Beach,
VA – Burglary
Guns – Bloomington, IL
Jewelry – Fayetteville, NC – Burglary
Jewelry – Frisco, TX – Robbery
Jewelry – Austin, TX – Robbery
Jewelry – Newark, DE - Robbery
Pharmacy – Newark, NJ
Pet – Lancaster
County, PA – Burglary
Calabasas, CA – Armed Robbery
Restaurant - San
Pablo, CA – Armed Robbery / Robber Killed
Shoes – Valencia, CA –
Ulta – Santa Clarita
County, CA – Burglary
Walmart – Chattanooga,
TN - Robbery
7-Eleven – Herndon, VA
– Armed Robbery
• 16 robberies
• 8 burglaries
• 1 shooting
• 1 killed
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