European Consolidation Board for Foreign Industry (ECBFI)



The European Consolidation Board is a phalanx of strong lawyers, politicians, finance advisors and leading technology pioneers working together to protect and promote organizations that have just been through either a merger or a major acquisition. 
Part of that Protection is to protect Intellectual Property which besides Cyber Crime Detection and Building Resilient Infrastructures includes the actual protection and litigation of the improper use of either digital media or logos, trade marks, information and pictures. This can be collected through many types of infringements like phishing, cyber attacks and brand infringe which even though the ECBFI works hard to prevent, the actual circumstances once it happens also needs to be reprimanded and if needed prosecutio


Having branded or Intellectual Property infringed is so common that the ECBFI has a dedicated anti-piracy unit to help clients with these problems. The ECBFI has a network of lawyers and tracking software to help track those infringements.
The ECBFI   uses proprietary technology to constantly search the internet for threats associated with identity theft, social media and intellectual property abuse. They provide a secure online portal through which deliver a data feed that has been filtered and analyzed to provide intelligence on potential threats. In addition, they provide customers with tools to help them automate responses and manage internet threats in a cost effective way.
The ECBFI  provides detailed and actionable reports on the most relevant and highest priority threats through a combination of advanced technology, round-the-clock monitoring, proven best practices and exhaustive human analysis. Once detected the case is handed to "The European Consolidation Board" to decide on next steps.

personal data protection

Whenever you open a bank account, join a social networking website or book a flight online, you hand over vital personal information such as your name, address, and credit card number.
What happens to this data? Could it fall into the wrong hands? What rights do you have regarding your personal information?
Everyone has the right to the protection of personal data.
Under EU law, personal data can only be gathered legally under strict conditions, for a legitimate purpose. Furthermore, persons or organisations which collect and manage your personal information must protect it from misuse and must respect certain rights of the data owners which are guaranteed by EU law. Every day within the EU, businesses, public authorities and individuals transfer vast amounts of personal data across borders. Conflicting data protection rules in different countries would disrupt international exchanges. Individuals might also be unwilling to transfer personal data abroad if they were uncertain about the level of protection in other countries. 
Therefore, common EU rules have been established to ensure that your personal data enjoys a high standard of protection everywhere in the EU. You have the right to complain and obtain redress if your data is misused anywhere within the EU.



The Strategy of the ECBFI is to also work with the International Bodies responsible for protecting personal as well group data and they are the:

The European Consolidation Board for Foreign Industry

This section contains contact details for National Data Protection Authorities in:

European Data Protection Supervisor

The Regulation on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by EU institutions establishes a European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).

This is an independent EU body responsible for monitoring the application of data protection rules within European Institutions and for investigating complaints.

The European Consolidation Board builds these relationships with the above bodies to have a cohesive and responsive resolution to protecting its ventures,