Covert CCTV and mobile access to footage are on retailers' wish-lists, according to a new Centre for Retail Research study.
David Ivins, global product manager at Checkpoint Systems, discusses the evolution of loss prevention strategy in retail and how new technology has taken electronic article surveillance to another level.
Software security group Kaspersky Lab has urged financial organisations to take a more proactive approach to online fraud protection, saying prevention is better than cure.
Wickes has reported better in-store communication between staff after deploying wireless headset systems across its portfolio.
Dixons Carphone apologised to customers on Saturday, as it revealed that a data breach within its Carphone Warehouse division has compromised the personal details of up to 2.4 million customers.
Payment companies Computop and ACI Worldwide are bringing a new online fraud prevention tool to market, arguing it strikes a balance between providing security and improving experience for shoppers.
Sports equipment retailer JD Sports is attaching a new tag to its clothing ranges to help boost security in its stores and reduce theft levels.
Growing cross-border fraud has been cited as a key reason for mounting UK card fraud losses.
UK-based luxury fashion e-tailer Net-a-Porter says its technology team will be better able to measure application performance after agreeing a new partnership with solutions provider Riverbed.
Retailers have been warned that more damage than good could be done as a result of plans to extend Sunday trading hours, if the correct IT support is not in place.
Co-operative Food has apologised after it emerged customers were charged twice when using credit or debit cards, earlier this week.
UST Global's head of retail and ex-Boots IT director, Jonathan Vardon, discusses the cybersecurity dangers facing retailers on the "Dark Net" and how start-ups can help retailers untangle their "legacy spaghetti".