March Networks announced the results of a second annual survey exploring how fraud, customer service and security perceptions are impacting U.S. banking consumer decisions. Key results from the 2018 survey, commissioned by March Networks and conducted by independent market research firm Ipsos earlier this year, reveal that 17% of consumers experienced fraudulent bank account activity in 2017, up moderately from 15% the previous year.
March Networks®, a world leader in the delivery of video surveillance and video-based business intelligence solutions to the cannabis industry, is pleased to announce that one of Canada’s largest cannabis producers has selected its complete cannabis video solution to provide security, loss prevention and operational insights for its retail dispensaries. The publicly-traded producer, with multiple brands and a global presence, chose the March Networks solution based on its proven reliability, ability to support thousands of locations, and its Searchlight business intelligence software.
Service delivers integrated surveillance video, business analytics and point-of-sale transaction data, plus health monitoring for optimal system performance. OTTAWA introduce a new software as a service (SaaS) offering for convenience stores. The secure, hosted service will deliver all the benefits of March Networks’ powerful Searchlight for Retail solution – including loss prevention, data analytics and operational audits reporting – for an average cost of just $4 a day. It leaves owners free to focus on their business rather than maintaining a video surveillance network, and delivers a swift return on investment through advanced loss prevention and business insights.
March Networks® is now one of the first companies in Canada to become Cyber Essentials Canada certified, designating it as a cybersecure business. Developed as part of the United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Programme, the Cyber Essentials certification is awarded to organizations able to demonstrate good cybersecurity practices and an ability to mitigate risks from Internet-based threats in areas including: firewalls, routers and other boundary security devices; Internet-connected email, web and application servers; desktop PCs and laptops; and cloud, Internet and other service providers.