Retailer Only

Tuesday
June 4
12:00 pm4:00 pm

Specifically designed for senior level loss prevention and asset protection professionals, Executive Afternoon offers interactive discussions, expert insights and takeaways and exclusive peer-to-peer networking. The program considers topics that help keep pace with the rapidly changing expectations and challenges currently facing your profession and new dependencies on others in the business to affect change.

Tuesday
June 4
1:00 pm3:00 pm

In an era of global operations and multi-national partnerships, effective due diligence is critical to avoid financial and reputational losses. The Integrity, Notification, and Fairness in Online Retail Marketplaces for Consumers Act (INFORM Consumers Act) has only forced retail organizations to move faster on doing their due diligence on their sellers.

Tuesday
June 4
1:30 pm4:00 pm

This exercise is open to senior-level retail sector attendees of NRF PROTECT, including members of the NRF IT Security Council and the NRF Fraud Prevention Professionals Working Group.

If you meet the qualifications, this program can be added to your on-site experience during the registration process. 

For questions or interest in this program, please reach out to cybersecurity@nrf.com.

Wednesday
June 5
12:00 pm1:30 pm
The NRF ORC/Investigators' Network Meeting provides a great opportunity to meet retail and restaurant loss prevention professionals, mall security and law enforcement partners, as well as ORCA leaders in the region where you work. Join us for lunch in a roundtable format to share insights and discuss critical trends and issues in your regional area. Bring BOLOs and alerts and be prepared to benchmark with your peers. This program is only open to retailers registered with an All-Access pass and law enforcement professionals. Program can be added during the registration process. 
Thursday
June 6
11:00 am2:30 pm

The Retail Law & Risk Workshop offers a unique opportunity to participate in interactive sessions with renowned retail legal and risk experts. The workshop includes case study explorations involving some of the most cutting-edge technologies impacting the industry and the retail risk issues most top of mind. Attend this special program and you’ll get an unprecedented opportunity to collaborate and network with peers and professionals across different departments united by the common goal of protecting your bottom line. 

Thursday
June 6
11:05 am12:05 pm
This session will address how loss prevention departments can, and should, collect and share organizational LP data (investigations and incidents, for example) with industry solution providers and law enforcement. The panelists will discuss in real-world terms how to do this safely, and how this practice can aid in benchmarking against other merchants and providing key statistics to underscore the scope of theft, violence, and crime. We’ll focus on how to address this with internal legal and risk leaders, as well as vendors.
Thursday
June 6
12:00 pm1:30 pm
Education, networking and community, focused on women working in loss prevention and asset protection. Join us for an exclusive luncheon that will inspire, celebrate, educate and bring together women in the retail industry, powered by the NRF Women in Loss Prevention group. This program is open to female retailers registered with an All-Access pass and can be added during the registration process.
Thursday
June 6
12:05 pm12:20 pm
Grab a bite to take back to your table for a working lunch.
Thursday
June 6
12:20 pm1:20 pm
In an increasingly data-driven retail landscape, the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies promises unparalleled insights and operational efficiencies. However, these powerful tools also present a myriad of legal, operational, and reputational risks that must be carefully navigated. This presentation will walk through a case study involving a national retailer’s initial engagement of an AI vendor specializing in retail analytics and will delve into critical considerations in that relationship. 
Thursday
June 6
1:20 pm2:20 pm
Insider threats are more frequently impacting valuable data and the security of systems.  Experts in incident response will walk through a realistic scenario describing how such insider threats might impact a retail business, and what companies can do to mitigate those impacts.  Discussion will focus on how such insider threats arise, how to detect them, how to respond to them, and what sorts of legal risks and legal obligations may flow from them.