- Beauty retailer Sephora hopes new security systems rolling out to all its stores will assist with training and help prevent large-scale losses.
- Equipment upgrades will include new IP cameras, digital video recorders, alarm panels, and electronic article surveillance (EAS) tag systems.
- The retailer is currently using analog cameras in stores.
Sephora will amp up store security by replacing analog cameras and systems with IP cameras, digital video recorders, alarm monitoring systems, and electronic article surveillance (EAS) systems. Vector Security will manage 30 to 50 store upgrades at a time.
Sephora says it would ultimately like its new security to provide analytics that can help manage losses and assist with employee training to protect against large-scale shoplifting and suspicious sales and returns.