As a jeweller, you already know the importance of sound security; you don’t need to be sold on the fact that working in this industry marks you as a potential target of certain criminal activity, even before you get started on conducting your own security risk assessment of your business.
In the wake of recent break-in activity in Canada, jewellers are carefully assessing their unique vulnerability to attacks and asking themselves what needs to be done to properly protect their business.
There is no doubt that Internet-based social networking sites have created a revolution in social connectivity. As we continue to openly embrace the benefits of these technological capabilities, we are also beginning to understand some of the real costs associated with this progress.
With the rise of cyberattacks, you can never be too careful or prepared when it comes to protecting your digital information. Whether you own one store or several, you need to be cautious—anyone can fall victim.
The most effective weapon against professional jewellery thieves is to be constantly alert and pay strict attention to details. The following precautions can help heighten your awareness and safety on your next trip away from the office.
To gear up for the holiday season, many jewellery retail stores are looking to hire additional seasonal staff. With that in mind, it’s crucial to understand best hiring practices, required legal knowledge, and steps to avoid jewellery theft.
It is easy to get caught up in crimes against the jewellery industry featuring brazen smash-and-grab and rooftop burglary attacks, as they’re often highly publicized. However, they come at the expense of overlooking lower-profile thefts continuing to plague the jewellery industry, as well.
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