Intellectual property right infringement detection

Cybercrime.eu specializes in detection of websites suspected of intellectual property right infringing activities.

Since 2014, we have been conducting research and carrying out country-wide analyses in this area. This has enabled us to run intellectual property right infringement detection on a very large scale with unmatched precision.

The analyses we carry out are delivered to relevant public stake holders in a fully documented report, supported by follow-up meetings to ensure thorough understanding and subsequent impact. Each detected infringing website is analyzed in depth, allowing us to extract data covering a range of relevant categories such as infringement scale, scam level index, affected brands, technical data, infringer identification data, and data used for affiliation detection.

With a complete Cybercrime.eu analysis in hand (including documentation compliant with authority standards),private stakeholders or law enforcement officers will be able to take legal action and achieve rapid suspension of IPR infringing websites and potentially use the evidence to pursue the infringing parties legally.

As this form of crime impacts companies as well as posing significant risk to consumers, Cybercrime.eu is dedicated to detecting and unmasking infringers, their methods, and their detrimental impact on society.

We offer our services to public stakeholders and encourage collaboration with likeminded partners, so get in touch and help us fight IPR-related cybercrime. Cybercrime.eu intends to publish findings and trends continuously to contribute to the overall public knowledge of these and related challenges.

Analysis of domains suspected of infringing IPR on .EU - March 26, 2018

Help us fight intellectual property right infringement - Crowdfunding

It is our goal to examine the web shops of every European country at least annually for the purpose of forwarding all findings of intellectual property violations to local law enforcement authorities with the intent of eventual eradication of this type of cybercrime.

To do this, we need your help.

To this end, we are seeking a sponsorship of €250,000 a year.

Read more at: Become a sponsor