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miércoles, 28 de febrero de 2018

Invited to talk at the Europol about

The past week I had the opportunity to participate into the IOS IX Kick-off meeting held in the Europol HQ in The Hague (The Netherlands).

IOS stands for operation In Our Sites and is a joint global recurrent operation first implemented in 2014 and has since then increased significantly. The eighth edition in 2017 of this global operation saw a big range of anti-counterfeiting associations and brand owner representatives joined law enforcement authorities participating in this huge worldwide action, to facilitate international cooperation and support the countries involved in this initiative. In fact the outcome of the last edition was: The biggest hit against online piracy: over 20520 domains seized for selling counterfeits

I had the opportunity to participate in the ninth edition by presenting the online tool as a tool to help:

  1. users (as a 1 stop shop where to check whether a website is related with countefeiters or not)
  2. brands (by providing the intelligence gathered through users inputs)
  3. LAEs (through cooperation with the intel acquired to dismantle organized groups behind this online fraud).
The overall goal was to show the trust to use tool as an OSINT tool to gather fresh counterfeit-related websites from hundreds of different brands.

I really enjoyed by participating in this kick-off meeting by acquiring new knowledge and making great contacts.

If you have any question regarding the use of please do not hesitate to drop me an email or send it through the contact form of the website.

Happy only counterfeiting hunting.

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