All Your Security Can't Protect Against Insider Threats

Two guys hit a commercial jewelry house in New York City on New Years Eve, at midnight, just blocks from Times Square and 7,000 cops. And the two safes they cleared had no signs of forced entry.

So this is either the world's stupidest insurance scam, or it's a fairly clever inside job.

The question is, how do you prevent inside jobs like this? You have to trust your employees, after all, and some employees need codes and combinations in order to do their jobs. How would you proceed?

Incidentally, I liked this quote from a locksmith who specializes in selling safes to the diamond industry (disclosure: we're friends on Facebook):

“It’s very easy to sell somebody protection, which is a safe,” he said. “I try to sell prevention. Protection is a science. I don’t want the schmucks coming onto the premises.”

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