According to ACFE research, organizations worldwide lose an average of 5 percent of their revenues each year to fraud. And criminals are using ever-increasing sophistication to pilfer their employers’ assets. Clearly, companies cannot afford to ignore indicators of fraud that may exist. With so much at stake, management must proactively look for fraud.
Perhaps more than ever before, corporations are finding themselves vulnerable to prohibited conduct, whether it results from internal errors or from the criminal intent of increasingly sophisticated persons acting inside
Imagine a world where license plate recognition (LPR) technology and advances in city-wide video surveillance make it possible to spot suspects and criminals so quickly and comprehensively that law enforcement
As companies look more and more to active surveillance systems with video analytics, ease of installation and maintenance becomes increasingly important. The term “calibration” is an integral part of any
The key to promoting a safe, secure workplace isn’t reactively managing crises through zero tolerance policies, but proactively creating a security-conscious environment and corporate culture. An important first step in