INTERNET THREATS GO VIRAL — COMPANIES MUST REACT TO KEEP BRANDS SECURE
Because of the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic, online transactions have accelerated. This rise in use has not gone unnoticed by fraudsters, who are capitalizing on the world’s increased reliance on the internet. Cyber criminals have used the opportunity to interrupt transactions and create havoc.
Read the article by CSC’s Elliott Champion to find out exactly how cyber criminals are targeting brands and consumers during this unusual time—and what can be done to protect brands.
This article first appeared in Anti-counterfeiting and Online Brand Enforcement: A Global Guide 2021, a supplement to World Trademark Review, published by Law Business Research - IP Division. To view the full guide, visit WorldTrademarkReview.com.
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