Showing posts with label security tags. Show all posts
Showing posts with label security tags. Show all posts

Friday, April 21, 2017

Harris Security Consultant Inc: Loss Prevention

The company is always looking for the right items at can help you in retail security.We sell a full line of retail security items from security tags and EAS Anti theft Solution and more at

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Harris Security Consultant Inc: Library Security


When you think of Library Security.I think of security guards at the front door.That the old way how the new way to safe guard books in the Library is to use the new EAS systems. For the Library and the new Security Tags at can be place in the books.I am show you one of the New EAS Systems and the new Security Tags.
Library EAS Systems

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Harris Security Consultant Inc:Security designs systems /Security Consulting Company

Friday, October 23, 2009

harris security consultant inc store/checkpoint system

Friday, March 13, 2009

Harris Security Consultant Inc:GovSec/US LAW and FOSE Convention

I attended the GovSec/US LAW and FOSE Convention in our nation's capital, Washington DC, this past week.
The convention was held from March 11-12. I found this convention/expo to be well organized and educational.
There were many speakers including the former director of FBI, Louis Freeh as keynote speaker,who spoke on the convergence of Homeland and Cyber Security, lectures, demonstrations of all types of products ranging from IP security software, new weapons in defense, water resistant ink and even an interactive robot that was extremely personable with a sense of humor. This convention's audience is government and civilian security professionals as well as IT professionals.

A comparison between this convention and the Security/Law convention I attended last year is that more women and people of color were in attendance and the expo did not just cater to those who are interested in the latest weapons and state of the art police cars. There were educational displays and literature from colleges with a focus on security education, lectures on the latest advances in crowd control and building safety to name a few. I attended the crowd control lecture. It was interesting hearing from the developers of a new security software that helps manage the communication flow between first responders in a large crowd scenario such as a sports event or like the inaugural event earlier this year. The software uses a "mesh" network which is able to use both wireless and wired IP systems to better be able to control the communication flow between first responders and all personnel who need to control a large crowd at an event.

At the expo there were many educational exhibits to assist with improving server security, IP safety, email signature encryption thru your PDA. The commonwealth of Puerto Rico had an exhibit on how to better safeguard data as well as show that there is a viable market in security and IP technology in the commonwealth.

The expo was well organized and welcoming. The people and staff were friendly and helpful. Two thumbs up to GovSec/US LAW and FOSE for a great expo.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Harris Security Consultant Inc:Ketec Digital RF Systems

Checkpoint raises the bar for retail loss prevention and
inventory management

Checkpoint's new Liberty™ family of antennas is the most advanced
EAS solution available to today's retailers. By combining
next-generation Digital RF technology with robust communications and
remote alarm data-capture capabilities, Liberty antennas deliver
superior performance to maximize loss-prevention effectiveness in
any store environment.

Liberty provides:
•High-performance Digital RF detection
•Virtual freedom from false alarms
•Value-added two-way communications
•Flexible, customizable configurations
•Automated alarm analysis
•RFID upgradability
•Remote system monitoring
•All-new, ultra-durable design
•Ideal platform for detection of both EAS and RFID tags

Harris Security Consultant Inc:Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) Overview

Shoplifters steal more than US$10 billion a year from U.S. retailers.

According to the University of Florida's 2003 National Retail Security Survey, the
average shoplifting dollar loss is US $265.30 per incident—a significant increase
over the previous year's average of US $207.18 per incident. European retailers
surveyed by the Centre for Retail Research for its European Retail Theft Barometer
see customer theft as their greatest security problem, accounting for 48% of their
total losses annually. Worldwide, shoplifting means lost sales, higher inventory
costs, and tighter margins—all of which can be disastrous in today's increasingly
competitive marketplace.

Fortunately, retailers CAN stop shoplifters and cut shrink.

Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems have been proven to protect your
merchandise against shoplifters. Small security tags, applied to high-theft
merchandise, alert retailers when shoplifters try to take stolen items through
electronic sensors at exit doors.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Harris Security Consultant Inc:retail security product

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Harris Security Consultant Inc:Loss Prevention

I like talking Loss Prevention because it is good for the people that run stores, like the guy on the corner to the big chain store. Shoplifting can ruin a store of business because the loss is so high. When I was working in the field as a security officer I arrested some people for shoplifting. He or she said it is a cat and mouse game, if he or she wins, the shoplifter made money from the items he or she removed from the store and the store is out of the money. So to stop the shoplifter you add security equipment to the store like security cameras and security tabs to items to stop the shoplifter. Yes it works for some time because the people that run the store place security equipment in places that fail to protect the store. If the store owner hired a security consultant, he or she can help to design a system that can help to protect store. I say this because the people that run the store fail to go for security training in Loss Prevention and how to protect the store. One more thing, shoplifting is a big business for the freelance shoplifter and the group of shoplifters that hit the store.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Harris Security Consultant inc:website

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Harris Security Consultant Inc:home security

HarrisSecuritycconsultantinc is showing you home security system that can work with a computer and dvrs and different styles of cameras.