With both Internet adoption rates and purchases being made on e-commerce sites at an all-time high, it comes as no surprise that a market ripe with counterfeit, stolen, and fraudulent goods online has also developed. We are holding a free webinar on how to use open sources to stop online fraud and counterfeiting at 1 p.m. CST on Wednesday, August 6, 2014.
Online Fraud is Bigger Than Ever
The International Chamber of Commerce, an organization tasked with assisting in the fight against the sale of counterfeit goods online, estimates that counterfeit goods have contributed to $125 billion dollars lost in tax revenue and welfare spending for developed countries and also contributes to the loss of over 2.5 million jobs. What’s even scarier is at the current growth rate, the ICC expects that the value of counterfeit goods by 2015 to exceed $1.7 trillion, which happens to be over 2% of the world’s total current economic output.
Free Webinar: How to Use Open Sources to Stop Online Fraud and Counterfeiting
As a leader in web collection and open source intelligence (OSINT), we are excited to announce we are hosting a free webinar to help you understand how you can utilize OSINT to help your business protect its intellectual property, brands, and goods.
Register for the webinar to learn how you can use OSINT to identify collections of potentially fraudulent websites in any language with shared information across a wide variety of fraud indicators. From this intelligence, you will also be shown how to create a report that can be used to build a detailed targeting package to disrupt and dismantle fraudsters.
Registrants are subject to approval.