Retail Security
Stop Shoplifting And Theft Attempts

Retail Security Tags, Labels and Gates

Security Systems for Retail Stores

Here at Easitag, we’re big on customer theft protection. We’re big on helping retailers understand the profit protection benefit from retail security systems, tags and labels. We’re big on explaining complex systems in easy ways to put them into action in your stores so you can optimize their effect and reap the rewards.

Security gates to stop them in their tracks

Our range of detection gates have been designed to work in conjunction with our labels and tags to provide your store with a ‘complete security solution’. Stop stock ‘walking out the door’ and control theft attempts from your store.


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The absence of EAS gates is a situational factor that can facilitate and encourage shoplifting.

(Clarke 2002a; Hayes 1999).


Our detection sensors can be placed at the entry and exit point(s) of your store which serves as a visual reminder that your retail outlet has a sophisticated retail security solution in place and that theft of merchandise will be detected.

We use a combination of visual flashing light alarms and audible alarms to alert store owners that there is an attempt to remove items from the store without being legitimately purchased.

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Retail Security Labels and Tags – protect your stock

Tags and Labels

By attaching EAS labels and tags to your products in-store you’re sending a strong message to would-be thieves that your retail outlet isn’t an easy place from which to steal. The more difficult you make it for a would-be thief, the more likely they are to move along from your store to a store without an EAS system.

Studies prove that EAS systems protect stock

Studies show that in busy retail environments where EAS security systems are installed, this helps reduce theft attempts by increasing the perceived effort for rewards associated with the crime by making products more difficult (and the risk higher) to remove merchandise from the store. (www.aic.gov.au)


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Latest news

Thursday, January 30, 2020
It’s hard to believe the release of the very first iPhone was only 13 years ago. If you had told the average consumer fifteen years ago that in the space of little over a decade, almost the entire population of the planet would have a mobile device that could give them instant access to the internet, pay for products, stream their favourite TV shows and music, use GPS to help them navigate, take high-quality video and replace a multitude of electronic and digital products, you could very well have been considered a nut case. Only a few short years later we’ve now come to rely on this technology and take it for granted in our everyday lives. The proliferation of mobile apps and products that integrate with mobile phones has created an entirely new market of opportunity, not only for business but for marketers and advertisers too.
Tuesday, December 03, 2019
With Christmas inching closer with every passing week, many retailers are starting to roll out and promote a range of Christmas stock in their stores. Some of these items are high-value and are unfortunately a target for thieves and criminals. To combat theft this holiday season many retailers look towards retail security methods that can best protect stock in-store and make sure valuable merchandise isn’t the target of theft and shop stealing.
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
5G is gradually being rolled out in Australia over the next 12 months or so, bringing with it a range of new possibilities. With the advent of 5G we’re going to see better speeds and more security around mobile payments that previously haven’t been possible. This means a surefire uptake in people tapping their devices to exchange information and we will soon see this as a standard procedure with mobile devices across Australia.