Over 37 thousand websites have been seized by law enforcement as part of an ongoing battle against counterfeit goods trade, IP theft and piracy.

Officials from Europol, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)’s Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center led police agents in a joint operation designed to take down websites in an international operation dubbed In Our Sites (IOS) VI.


From Securing Industry March 8th 2018  I first started in the brand protection industry sometime in 2003, helping secure watch companies from counterfeit and diversion issues. In February 2004, a report was sent out by the FDA, Combating Counterfeit Drugs (1), all but mandating the use of reliable RFID track and trace technology to create pedigree for products […]

iTRACE Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of secure Anti-Grey Market and Anti-Counterfeit solutions for brand owners, announced today the completion of its 2 Factor Product Authentication (2FA) integration with Blockchain. iTRACE Technologies, Inc. “The biggest challenge facing the brands is how to secure the actual product to their Blockchain, not just the packaging” REDWOOD CITY, […]

From Lumenera Corporation  Nov 20 2017 Product fraud has always been a big issue in the luxury goods markets, however it is now being increasingly seen in electronics and traditional manufacturing. To help identify fraudulent items, iTRACE has developed a unique marking system which can be used on any material. This technology is uniquely encrypted to make […]

Webinar: Combat Counterfeiting with Two-Factor Verification & Laser Marking Presenting a Case Study on an Effective Mark-and-Trace Security Solution The global trend in counterfeiting and trading of grey market goods is on the rise, despite best efforts to stop it. Simple serial numbers, open source solutions, or easily removable packaging solutions are not enough to solve […]