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The Security Zone (TSZ) is put-
ting identity theft on the front
burner in T&T with the opening
of its first retail store, says its
chairman Kurtis Rudd.
The company, which was estab-
lished almost six years ago to treat
with corporate security solutions,
has been helping ordinary citizens,
promoting personal safety in
response to increased in criminal
activity across the country.
On Monday, Rudd and his man-
agement team opened the first TSZ
Retail Store on Mooneram Street,
St James, offering competitively
priced over the counter security
solutions. Service and support will
be a key feature of the new out-
let.Items available at the store
include concealed cameras, bio-
metric locks, closed-circuit tele-
vision (CCTV) systems and clone-
proof wallets to block attempts to
illegally obtain digital information.
"Identity theft is a big problem
in the first world. It really hasn t
taken off in a big way in T&T yet
and because of that we haven t
really taken time to understand
the impact of identity theft. We
put a lot of emphasis behind pro-
tecting things that you can touch
physically," Rudd said.
"It is very easy to put some
cameras and burglar proof around
your tangibles. You have a credit
card in your wallet and your credit
card limit is $75,000, (and) in one
shot that s gone!"
Rudd added: "While you may
focus on the tangibles, we are also
focusing on people protecting their
intangibles as well, to give people
a piece of mind. Identity theft is
a cause for concern.
"We have to be one step ahead
of the bandits."
Traditionally, said Rudd, there
are no full service options for the
average consumer, so someone
interested in personal security sys-
tems would have had to go the
wholesale route at great personal
expense. TSZ has introduced solu-
tions to that.
He admitted the retail store con-
cept is a risk for TSZ.
"With the corporate customers
you are guaranteed business once
you have a contract with them.
This certainly is a business risk.
It s a leap of faith because we have
invested almost a million dollars
in equipment and waiting for the
customers to retail, so we will be
going on a very aggressive mar-
keting campaign to sensitise the
"Even the individual security
companies that may need partic-
ular items! They might have to go
abroad to get supplies. Now they
can get those items right here at
very competitive prices," Rudd said.
T&T gets security retail store
Kester Bailey, left, technical lead at TSZ, Jeneil Haynes, customer service
representative and chairman Kurtis Rudd look at one of the security devices
available at the new store. PHOTO: SEAN NERO
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