Red Carpet season is upon us! Anyone who knows me knows that I love movies. Ever since I saw “Superman” on the big screen in 1978 with my dad I was hooked (Little known fact: He and I wore matching denim outfits and suede shoes that evening). Since then films like “The Shining”, “The Color of Money”, “Unforgiven”, “No Country for Old Men”, “Silver Linings Playbook“, and this year’s “Get Out” have kept me glued to the silver screen. Sometimes I mix business with personal on this blog and it is because I want you to always feel like you are getting a piece of me with every newsletter and post. With that said, enjoy this month’s Knockoff Report™.
Welcome to the inaugural issue of CyberSec Roundup™. After ten years of Knockoff Report™ providing you with the top news in anti-counterfeiting, we at IPCybercrime decided it was time to provide the same service for cyber security news. Henceforth, both issues will be sent monthly on the first and third Tuesday of each month, respectively.
Okay, let’s dig in…
Cyber Security News
Cyber Criminals, more often than not, use tried and true online marketing techniques to reach their customers.
- Did you know that scammers create attractive websites just to add suckers to their mailing lists?
- Have you thought of the fact that pirates use malicious software ware to make money off of viewers?
- What about the fact that, no matter how Google enforces, black hat marketers will find their way around the rules?
The first-ever case to use covert online marketing techniques to win a federal case was Chanel v. Krispin (SDFL 2008). In this particular case, investigators at IPCybercrime logged and analyzed the source code of thousands of websites, while linking and grouping many offenders based on specific java script code inserted into subject websites. As a result, more often than not, we have been able to footprint the entire operation and bring the case to a successful outcome.
How We Can Help You
I can bet you that a major part of your casework now is based on offenders selling something online that is infringing on your rights or client’s rights. What IPCybercrime offers is a 20/20 view of the universe that encapsulates the online fraud world. We know everyone has their favorite investigator for particular projects. IPCybercrime does not want to interfere with that relationship. In fact, we work with those teams on many of our case and already have a great one-two-punch style relationship. What we want is to be a part of the team that helps you and your other team members get from A to Z successfully.
Drop us a line. You’ll be happy you did. No hard sell. No bullshit. Just answers.