In 2017 KJB Security Products celebrates its 25th year as a quality American-based wholesale distributor of spy and surveillance equipment.
As 2017 begins to unfurl before us, one thing retailers know for certain is that cyber crime — and the need for cyber security — has only grown in scale in the past year.
According to a 2015 Gallup poll referenced on MediaPost.com, the most feared crime in the United States is having your credit card information stolen through a store purchase transaction.
As retailers, it’s easy to focus on the revenue driving aspects of your store.
With the number of cyber attacks being launched every day and the success hackers are having against large, heavily guarded businesses, it’s no wonder cyber criminals are finding even more success at the small business level.
2015 has seen some very high profile retail and ecommerce related cyber-attacks hit the headlines.
Store security is at the forefront of operating a successful business.
Inventory management has come a long way since the days of clipboards or spreadsheets.
“Banks Heap Suits on Target Over Breach” read a recent headline in the Wall Street Journal story. By the time the story broke, seven financial institutions had filed class action suits against Target, alleging it did not sufficiently protect its customer’s data.
Larger department stores and pharmacies now have remote monitoring of their camera systems. Due to of the number of stores, these larger chains can have one location watching the cameras for various locations to spot shoplifting. They can then alert the local security personnel of suspicious activities, while saving thousands of dollars compared to each store having to do this individually.