When something bad happens your first call needs to be to your incident response team. IPCybercrime has a long track record of conducting incident response investigations going back to when most folks were in the dark. Have you ever watched the television show the First 48 on A&E network? The premise of this show is that most of the momentum is built by the initial incident response team brought in on the case and what they gather in the first 48 hours after the problem occurred. We at IPCybercrime agree one hundred percent with this assessment. This means that you need to have in your speed dial a team that can have investigators be the first responders to the virtual crime scene right after it is discovered. When you call IPCybercrime, we will gather all of the available information and then commence the most relentless manhunt you’ve ever seen. All of these cases that begin in the digital world, then lead to a real human.
We have a tested track record of beginning on the Web and ending up in the real world where we complete and oversee the enforcement effort. We have seen items on eBay lead to hijacked trucks in Europe where we worked until the final arrest. We recently supervised a malware case that began on a corporate computer terminal in the United States and end in a seizure in France. Together, the operatives at IPCybercrime have handled many thousands of consumer scams, corporate ripoffs and organized criminal operations. Ask any of our prior clients. We have helped them out of so many jams it is becoming difficult to count. We work very closely with your legal, security and marketing teams to make ensure optimal results. More times than not, the problem needs to be handled from within the corporate framework. When outside assistance is required, we can use our extensive list of contacts within law enforcement to broker the most positive outcome.