Group-IB, an international company that specializes in preventing cyber attacks, have signed the «Warsaw Declaration» at the International Content Protection Summit in Warsaw, Poland. The new document aims to improve cooperation in combating online piracy, contribute to reinforcing the international anti-piracy coalition and raise the awareness of negative impact of online piracy on global economy.
Along with 34 top-tier international companies and organizations, including BBC Studios, Discovery, HBO Europe, Warner Bros. Entertainment and many others, Group-IB made a firm commitment to keep fighting online piracy internationally. The full list of signees can be found here. The summit participants agreed to share knowledge and hands-on experience to develop effective countermeasures against online pirates. The increasing global reach of cybercrime, new technologies used for illegal distribution of content, the use of cryptocurrencies were named among the major piracy threats that the Declaration aims to solve.
Deputy Director of Brand Protection and Anti-Piracy at Group-IB
Group-IB has been demonstrating its commitment to the cause since 2011, when its Anti-Piracy Department was established. Group-IB Anti-Piracy uses innovative intelligence driven technologies to detect pirated websites and remove infringement content. The company’s specialists provide 24/7 monitoring of 120 000+ online resources from torrent trackers and streaming services to groups in social networks and pirated platforms in the DarkNet and around 80% of links to illegal content are successfully blocked within 24 hours. Group-IB has successfully protected several movies and TV series including «Game of Thrones», «X-Men: Days of Future Past», «True Detective» and many more.
The President of the Board of the Sygnał Association, which organized the Summit