“Instead of just preventing fraud, we are taking out criminal enterprises. Turn the tables and send a message to the bad guys.”

- Skip Myers, Director of Loss Prevention, Microcenter

Retailers using sophisticated fraud fighting tools keep fraud losses to a minimum but are often reluctant to pursue criminal charges. In fact, only 20 percent of professionals in the fraud prevention space are actively prosecuting those that steal from them online. Because the majority of hackers link to organized crime-rings, law enforcement is highly interested in prosecuting cybercrime. Retailers can provide evidence to bring fraudsters to justice and send a message to underground fraud rings.

Read this white paper to learn about:

  • Why it is important to prosecute
  • How to investigate and build a case
  • Determining jurisdiction and how to approach law enforcement
  • First-hand success stories with catching and prosecuting fraudsters