Tune in for this week’s quick update – our co-hosts discuss pool testing, Operation Warp Speed, Deloitte’s retail industry outlook, tech companies need to evolve, subscription services in retail, fake vaccine scams, global data breaches, and much more.
On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss LPRC updates, false-flag operations, the COVID-19 vaccine black market, violent civil unrest, the Capitol, paid agitators, 2021 technology trends & predictions, and much more.
Vaccination “waitlist” scams are emerging. Black Friday foot traffic down more than 52%. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss these topics and much more, including COVID-19 vaccine developments, updates on the Russian state-sponsored hack, the number of security cameras deployed around the world, the increase in e-commerce sales & returns, and consumer trends of […]
25-30 million Christmas trees are sold each year in the U.S. Retail sales increased by 9% last month. 35% of consumers shopped more this November versus last November. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss these facts and much more, including the recent Russian state-sponsored hack, Interpol’s “Orange Notice”, COVID-19 vaccines logistics and IT challenges, […]
By 2023, 80% of retailers will offer contactless payments and app-based scan-and-go pay systems in store, increasing conversion rates by 40% and customer retention rates by 30%. 75% of grocery ecommerce orders will be picked up at curbside or in-store. On this week’s episode, our special guest Leslie Hand, Group Vice President for IDC Retail […]
Consumers are expected to spend, on average, $1,387 per household this holiday season – down 7% from 2019. Spending is expected to shift to non-gift purchases – up 12% from last year. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss this and more, including COVID-19 updates, D&D Daily’s retail robbery & ORC data for Q3, the […]
The increase in online shopping for Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes with an influx of COVID-19 related scams. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss this and more, including COVID-19 vaccinations, smart devices and IoT, efforts to protect curbside pickups, retail projections for 2021, fake raffles from live streams, and extended shipping scams. […]
Happy Thanksgiving! Did you know we cook 46 million turkeys each year? The most popular password option of 2020 was “123456”, which can be cracked in under a second. Our co-hosts discuss these facts and more on this week’s episode, including COVID-19 immunity, vaccine security and logistics, D&D Daily violent crime data, “drink and shop”, […]
North American retailers experienced the highest average shrinkage – unexpected losses due to crime, administrative reporting, and exceptions to standard operating practice – in three decades as reported by the National Retail Federation in 2020. The need to collaborate in a non-competitive manner has become increasingly more important to retailers. The Loss Prevention Research Council […]
Last week 74.1 billion dollars were generated from the 2020 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, rebranded from Single’s Day in China. Nike sees 15 million dollars in sales in minutes. COVID-19 vaccines in phase three trials. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss these topics and more, including how Walmart continues to evolve overseas, CBS’s touch-free […]
“Offenders go where they know and know where they go.” Dr. Kim Rossmo, Research Professor at Texas State University, joins Dr. Read Hayes to discuss crime patterns, the geography of crime and policing, opportunistic versus intentional offenders, serial offenders, static and mobile targets, improving investigative thinking, connecting investigations to problem-solving, and much more.
Singles’ Day in China was created by college students in spite of Valentine’s day to buy gifts for themselves. Now the largest shopping day in the world, learn how U.S. retailers are trying to adopt this atypical holiday, and how it can increase online fraud. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss this and more, […]
On this week’s special episode, we welcome Richard Long, 3SI Senior Vice President & Director of Global Law Enforcement, to discuss Election Day and much more with our co-hosts – including law enforcement planning leading up to the results, community policing, LPRC’s virtual SOC, election misinformation, the global retail data, and emerging technologies. Richard Long […]
China retail sales up 3.3%. 52% of consumers have not been to a mall or department store since the pandemic started. On this week’s episode, our co-hosts discuss these topics and more, including election results preparation, state-sponsored cyberattacks, Twitter’s misinformation warnings, Antifa, violent crime trends, retail’s holiday season data, and increased shipping costs for retailers.
Special guest Terrance Gainer, founder of Terrance W. Gainer, LLC, joins the CrimeScience podcast to talk about the election outcome response, the substantial increase in murders and non-fatal shootings, data reporting, and police departments adaptations to increase public engagement & safety. Our co-hosts also discuss the pandemic, social media censoring algorithms, consumer perception of the new […]
Dual flu & COVID-19 vaccine to start trials in Hong Kong. By 2021, there will be an estimated 1 billion CCTV cameras. In this episode, Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio discuss these topics and more, including IMPACT 2020, edge computing, live-streaming shopping in the U.S., Proud Boys, and Internet of Things security […]
Nolen Scaife, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Science of the University of Colorado, Boulder, rejoins our podcast to discuss ransomware detectors, when organizations pay the ransom, social engineering, malware countermeasures, password management, and much more with our host, Dr. Read Hayes.
Over 40 COVID-19 vaccines in human trials. 20.5% of retailers surveyed will sit out of the markdown cycle. In this episode, our co-hosts delve into these topics and much more, including ransomware, 911 outages, eCommerce seasonal workforce, the correlation between incarceration & earnings, and customer perception of retail stores.
IMPACT 2020 is quickly approaching! To ensure a seamless experience, the LPRC has created an outline to prepare attendees for our free, virtual conference taking place October 6 – 7, 2020. Here is what you need to know leading up to IMPACT 2020: The deadline to register for the conference is 12pm EST, October 2nd. Tell your colleagues and […]
Brian Tuskan, Sr. Director, Chief Security Officer for Microsoft, joins us this week to discuss how the virtualization of Microsoft’s Security Operations has benefited his team and Microsoft during this pandemic, and the inspiration behind Cop to Corporate. Our co-hosts also delve into civil unrest preparations, changes in payment trends, Amazon’s micro-fulfillment centers, Walmart’s trial […]