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  • 1. Asian American (AA) Market Inc.
  • 2. Where did it come from? Founder – Yuseta A. Caiton Founded in 2000 Located in LA, California “Organic only” policy Asian and American products Store Motto: “Live Fresh, eat fresh”
  • 3. Stealing another persons identity in whichsomeone pretends to be someone else in order toobtain credit and other benefits in that personsname.
  • 4. Types of Identity theft Criminal identity theft (posing as another person when apprehended for a crime) Financial identity theft (using anothers identity to obtain credit, goods and services) Identity cloning (using anothers information to assume his or her identity in daily life) Medical identity theft (using anothers identity to obtain medical care or drugs) Child identity theft (using a child’s identity to commit any of the above actions)
  • 5. Budget Breakdown for 2005 Identity Theft Customer Theft Employee Theft Store Expenses
  • 6. Budget Breakdown for 2010 Identity Theft Customer Theft Employee Theft Store Expenses
  • 7. SkimmingThe theft of creditcard information thatis used in anotherwise legitimatetransaction.
  • 8. How is it done? It is typically an "inside job" by a dishonest employee. Usually committed by photocopying receipts or using a small electronic device (skimmer) to steal hundreds of credit card numbers.
  • 9. What does a Skimmer look like?
  • 10. Countermeasures• The only way to control the problem withelectronic skimming is to ensure the securityof the terminals by manually inspectingthem.• Severe penalties (fines) can be issued if themachines are compromised.
  • 11. Other defenses against identitytheft Pan Truncation not displaying the full number on receipts
  • 12. Tokenization (Data Security)  not storing the full Credit Card number in computer systems
  • 13. Requesting additional information
  • 14. Theft of money Money is one of the most common assets that are stolen from Employers
  • 15. Theft of time Employee is paid for time which they did not work Employee who are not working while on the job
  • 16. Theft of supplies Theft of supplies is another prevalent form of employee theft. Common examples of this form of theft are office supplies and restaurant supplies
  • 17. Why Careful selection is important Performance Costs
  • 18. Types of Customer Theft Customers using their children Steaming (a technique where a large gang enters a store to steal large quantities of goods before leaving) Customers using bags, purses, and coats
  • 19. First Solution Hire a security team Members of the security team:head of security, surveillance system monitor,two doors guards, and secret shoppers All security members are required to have certain skills
  • 20. Second Solution Electronic Article Surveillance System An EAS system is a technology used to recognize stolen merchandise as it passes through a gated area in a store.
  • 21. Third Solution Lock up expensive merchandise Merchandise that exceeds a certain limit of value then we will keep the items locked in a clear case that only an employee can unlock.
  • 22. Final Solution A Surveillance System 16 camera system
  • 23. Conclusion Estimated cost of new security measures: $120,000 per store Estimated 50% decrease in store theft within one year