Cisco partners with law enforcement and government to combat crime and protect consumers.
IP theft and counterfeiting lead to lost jobs and tax revenue, compromised security, and increased organized crime.
Revenue lost by U.S. companies alone due to pirated software.
Revenue of global IT industry lost to counterfeiters annually.
Source: Alliance for Gray Market and Counterfeit Abatement (AGMA)
Cost of IP threats to domestic companies.
We pursue global investigations to catch and stop the largest offenders.
We partner with law enforcement and government agencies to combat crime and protect local economies.
We help our Cisco customers and partners verify products and learn how to protect themselves.
We develop analytic tools and collect actionable intelligence on illegal activities worldwide.
We develop technologies to detect and prevent illegal activities, including tools for customs officials.
We combat illegal activity done through computer programs, websites, emails, or other online tools.
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Oliver Tuszik describes how Cisco Brand Protection helps partners defend against the risks of grey market and counterfeit products.
Learn how Cisco Brand Protection safeguards against counterfeit and unauthorized products.
Learn about Cisco Brand Protection's priorities in combatting unauthorized and counterfeit and protecting our partners' investment in Cisco
The Brand Protection Team operates around the globe. Contact us for assistance or to report suspicious activities.