PRLog - July 7, 2011 - WARRENTON, Va. -- Currently marketed security systems require manual monitoring of captured video. That means a physical human being has to stare at that screen every minute of every day, to see if something is amiss. Alerts and alarms reveal only movement of doors, not movement of specific items. Hidden objects are missed by the security equipment. As a result, commercial and government security systems in place today provide only an illusion of security, and offer a placebo in place of asset protection. Security monitors must be watched at all times, making them vulnerable to sleepy security watchmen. Given the reliance on human intervention, business losses are not significantly reduced through conventional security measures. Now, an offering from SimplyRFID changes that.
NOX Defense from SimplyRFID http://www.SimplyRFID.com/
provides a combination of RFID, proprietary NOX technology, Expert Systems, and Business Intelligence Systems, dynamically operational in an undetectable surveillance and response system. This system operates in an unattended environment, alerts designated executive and response teams to a breach, sets off response and reset protocols, and collects forensic evidence in high definition video and court-usable reporting.
What is the business threat?
According to the American Management Association, employees steal over a billion dollars a week from their employers. It takes $20Billion in sales each week to cover the losses. In most businesses, declining profits, unexplained inventory shortages, and whispered rumors around the office are the only indicators of what is happening. Threats from a professional robber may be unlikely, but 95% of all businesses are hit by an “inside job”. Victimization by employees is the rule, not the exception in American business, and 90% of insider employees are susceptible to the kind of minor pilfering which seems trivial, but adds up to a sizable loss. Managers are reluctant to ask questions and search for answers, because trusted employees feel offended by the suggestion that they might be thieves.
A University of Florida study sponsored by the National Retail Federation says 47% of retail shrinkage in 2006 was due to employee theft, while only 32% was attributed to shoplifting. The rest, it seems, was administrative or vendor error. Indeed, a Deloitte study reveals that most companies cite human error as their prime security concern. If our only way of finding the source of inventory shrinkage is to hire a human being to sit and watch a grainy videotape 24 hours a day, human error does become an overwhelming consideration. We’ve all seen enough Miami Vice reruns to recognize that the “stakeout”
To learn more about the NOX Vault surveillance system, contact SimplyRFID at 703-343-1689.
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