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Whilst traditional crime continues to grow, the threat of cybercrime is one of the most defining issues of modern times. Its implications are difficult to overstate. As the Internet continuously expands, online criminals are finding sanctuary in unregulated environments around the world. However, as cybercrime trends evolve, so do we.
For many years, IFW has been investigating, exposing and disrupting financially motivated criminal syndicates in all parts of the world, through well planned enforcement programs, targeted online investigations, covert surveillance operations and by regularly referring intelligence and evidence to state, federal and international law enforcement agencies.
Regardless of what the result might be or how simple it may sound, shutting down a major counterfeiting syndicate or tracking millions of dollars of embezzled funds requires a substantial effort to gather evidence and turn the results of investigation into actionable intelligence.
I am honoured to accept today’s award, on behalf of IFW Global, at the PNP 4th National Summit on Cybercrime 2017. Today’s award was presented by The Philippine National Police, Anti-Cybercrime Group, at PNP Headquarters in Camp Crame, Quezon City. We are pleased to work with the men and women in the PNP, Anti-Cybercrime Group […]
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) knew about several flaws in software made by Apple, Google and Samsung and others, but did not tell the companies about them because it wanted to use them for spying, WikiLeaks says. The anti-secrecy group claims to have released a trove of top-secret CIA hacking tools. The world spoke to […]
Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 22/02/2017 Reporter: Nick Dole LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: If you have ever spent time in hospital, you would know you sometimes are given needless or asked to swallow pills without necessarily understanding why. But you have probably never stopped to think if the drugs are the genuine article. Unfortunately, an alarming case […]
CONMAN Peter Foster is facing new charges after police dug up a false Irish passport in his backyard. Foster’s home at Ewingsdale near Byron Bay was raided on Saturday after a tip-off he’d buried the passport while plotting to flee the country. The passport shows Foster’s face but uses the name Kevin McMullan, The Courier-Mail […]
Date: 6th – 8th June – 2017, Swissotel Sydney Developed together with leading experts in the field, the Australian Fraud Summit 2017 will bring together global and local thought leaders across the public and private sectors to share practical and detailed case studies, as well as strategies in tackling this alarming rise in fraud and […]
Police allege the investor transferred $1 million to Hong Kong company Bella Developments before Hughes disputed the amount owed and demanded further payments. After being tipped off to his real identity, the investor allegedly looked Peter Foster up online and discovered he had been dealing with Australia’s most notorious conman. Foster says he will “vigorously” defend […]
Fraud still rates as one of the highest threats to the public sector as does other forms of cyber crime. Technology has presented new challenges to Australian law enforcement and regulatory authorities and many of these challenges are yet to be overcome. IFW’s Executive Chairman Ken Gamble and Investigations Coordinator Joshua Oastler presents an interesting […]
Securing your brand in order to safeguard against counterfeiters on the world’s’ largest e-commerce marketplace, Alibaba, can seem like an overwhelming project. Alibaba ship nearly four times as many packages as Amazon per day. This year, Alibaba processed 300 million orders with a total worth of $17.8 billion dollars on their singles day sale, this […]
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