A man extorted a bank and a major credit card company in Israel and threatened to expose the details of their customers on the Internet. Thanks to intensive negotiations and the use of creative, technological and research tools, it was found that the surfer used the "deep web" and and got online from a cafe in a distant country. Corporations with sensitive information of their customers, such as credit card companies and banks, should examine who has access to sensitive information in advance, in order to prevent their exposure to unauthorized persons and thus avoid these unnecessary situations. These organizations need much more than firewalls and cyber protection tools. They need to know where the sensitive information is located, and then examine how to prevent its exposure outside the company, as well as to examine in depth who has access to it within the company and the degree of risk of exposing it. If the cyber crisis is already out of control, it must be managed correctly by cyber law professionals that cyber crime investigations are exactly their field of expertise.