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 […]
How is live-streaming driving e-commerce sales during the pandemic? Learn about this approach & much more including information on antivirals, LPRC’s STRATEGY@, the global economic forecast, sales data, contactless payment & associated scams, Portland’s facial recognition ban, and the VA data breach on our newest episode of LPRC CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, hosted by Dr. […]
Joe Skorupa, Editorial Director for RIS News, joins us this week to provide insight into what retailers are thinking and doing during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and how the upcoming holiday season could play out in this unprecedented time, including his suggestions on how to succeed. Our co-hosts also touch on COVID-19 infection rates, LPRC […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience, Dr. Rylan Simpson, Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University, joins Dr. Read Hayes to discuss his criminological background, how people receive, process, and interpret visual information about police officers, how these visible cues set expectations, research methods, his police ride-along experience, and much more. Dr. Rylan Simpson received his […]
COVID-19 accounts for most 2020 cyberattacks. Amazon Fresh, Amazon’s grocery delivery service, opens in California. Apparel sees an increase in sales. This, & more, including information on positive COVID-19 test rates, therapies & vaccine trials, new data from Retail Dive, brand intimacy, school shopping, curbside retail, online forums & violence, and cyber-security advice in this […]
In this special LPRC Crimescience: The Weekly Review episode, Peter Trepp, CEO & President of FaceFirst, joins us to give his take on the future of privacy, delving into expectations of privacy, legislation, security, technologies, and more. In addition, co-hosts Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio discuss upcoming LPRC collaborative initiatives, the recent […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience, Dr. Laura Huey, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Western Ontario and the Director of the Canadian Society of Evidence-Based Policing (CAN-SEBP), joins Dr. Read Hayes to discuss her background, victimization of marginalized groups, data analysis, implicit and explicit bias, the importance of evidence-based practice, the Canadian […]
253 deaths took place in retail locations – an increase of 45% from this second quarter. Why is the total revolving credit card debt down 10%? Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio discuss this and more, including COVID-19 vaccine testing, LPRC initiatives, virtual SOC, increased online sales, fraud risks, & chargebacks, puppy scams […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience, Debbie Perano, Loss Prevention Manager at Bunnings, joins Dr. Read Hayes to discuss how her team dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, including team safety & training, strategies, priorities, and interdepartmental collaboration.
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio are joined by Greg Buzek, Founder and President of the IHL Group, to delve into COVID-19’s impact on retail, inventory distortion, emerging technologies (artificial intelligence & computer vision), the millennial unemployment rate, global retail sales, virtual SOC, cybersecurity […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio gives a breakdown of LPRC initiatives, vaccines & therapeutics, the Twitter cyber-attack, social engineering, cyber-security during COVID-19, 2020 murder rates, Amazon’s sales data and innovation, the top 5 surveilled cities, COVID-19 related deaths by population, new store openings, […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, featured guest John-Pierre “JP” Kamel, RFID specialist, joins Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio to discuss RFID as a data collection tool and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected its role in retail and loss prevention. Tune in to also learn about LPRC initiatives, […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience, we welcome Dr. Bryanna Fox, Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology and Faculty Affiliate of the Florida Mental Health Institute at the University of South Florida. She joins Dr. Read Hayes to discuss burglaries, latent class analysis, law enforcement, offender and event profiling, the history and evolution of profiling, and […]
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio discuss LPRC initiatives, face masks, the retail data this week, store closures, inventory distortion, supply chain issues, NRF’s shrink survey results, open-source intelligence, hacking trends during COVID-19, multi-factor authentication, and much more.
In this episode of LPRC CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, we welcome featured guest, Basia Pietrawska, Vice President of Consulting and Analytics at CAP Index. She joins Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio to discuss LPRC initiatives, COVID-19 & rioting effects on crime rates in major U.S. cities (crimes against persons & property crimes), […]