[#CrimOrg|#COVID19] Article: « COVID-19 and Organized Crime: Strategies employed by criminal groups to increase their profits and power in the first months of the pandemic » (2021)

By Alberto Aziani, Gianluca A. Bertoni, Maria Jofre, Michele Riccardi « The COVID-19 pandemic has created new opportunities for organized criminal groups and confronted them with […]

[#INTELLIGENCE|#ArtificialIntelligence] Article: « A Brief Taxonomy of Hybrid Intelligence » (2021)

By Niccolo Pescetelli « As artificial intelligence becomes ubiquitous in our lives, so do the opportunities to combine machine and human intelligence to obtain more accurate […]

[#Cyber|#CrimOrg] Article: « A text-mining based cyber-risk assessment and mitigation framework for critical analysis of online hacker forums » (2021)

By Baidyanath Biswas, Arunabha Mukhopadhyay, Sudip Bhattacharjee, Ajay Kumar, Dursun Delene « Online hacker communities are meeting spots for aspiring and seasoned cybercriminals where they engage […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Thèse: « Defining Intelligence Failure: A Puzzled Discourse » (2021)

By Gabriel Isaiah Koshinsky « A specter is haunting the U.S. Intelligence Community, and this specter is intelligence failure. Up to the present day the Intelligence […]

[#Cyber|#CrimOrg] Article: « Ethics in Cyberspace – Dangers and Threats » (2021)

By Denisa-Atena COSTOVICI « Rapid technology development and easy access to virtual space was directly proportional to the proliferation of multiple categories of network users and […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « A comprehensive model and computational methods to improve Situation Awareness in Intelligence scenarios » (2021)

By Angelo Gaeta, Vincenzo Loia, Francesco Orciuoli « This paper presents a comprehensive model for representing and reasoning on situations to support decision makers in Intelligence […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Policy to Eradicate Crime Funding of Terrorism as Transnational Organized Crime » (2021)

By Ardken Fisabillah, Pujiyono, Umi Rozah « One type of crime that occurs in the community is terrorism funding. The funding of terrorism in Indonesia has […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « The competing hypotheses analytical model and human intelligence single source analysis » (2021)

By Alexandru KIS, Peter TVARUŠKA, Oliver TARCALA « The article examines some particular aspects of the analytical process within the intelligence cycle, having as reference the […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Lightening the economics of organized crime in the EU: new solutions for longstanding problems » (2021)

By Nelson Macedo da Cruz « Organised crime represents one of the most serious threats to the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, pressing the […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Intelligence, Policy, and the Mandate: A Third Form of Strategic Failure » (2021)

By Neveen S. Abdalla, Philip H.J. Davies « There is a popular aphorism in the intelligence world that ‘there are only intelligence failures and policy successes’ […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Economic Crime Detection Using Support Vector Machine Classification » (2021)

By Andriy Krysovatyy, Hrystyna Lipyanina-Goncharenko, Svitlana Sachenko, Oksana Desyatnyuk « Fictitious business – is the creation or acquisition of business entities in order to cover up […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Intelligence and Law Enforcement in the 21st Century » (2021)

By Eugene de Silva, Asanga Abeyagoonesekera « Multidisciplinary research is steadily revolutionizing traditional education, scientific approaches, and activities related to security matters. Therefore, the knowledge generated […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Investigation Methods of Corruption Cases » (2021)

By Nicoleta-Elena Hegheș « he fight against crime is a complex area. We cannot talk about organized crime without talking about corruption offenses, the corruption of […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Measuring the Degree of Politicization of Intelligence Data: A Basic Qualitative/Quantitative Model » (2021)

By Eugène de Silva « The politicization of intelligence and how it leads to failures in intelligence have been recognized for many years. Those who lead […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Fighting organized crime by automatically detecting money laundering-related financial transactions » (2021)

By Andrea Tundis, Soujanya Nemalikanti, Max Mühlhäuser « Money laundering is the set of operations aimed at giving a legitimate appearance to capital whose origin is […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Towards a Revolution in Intelligence Affairs Artificial Intelligence as a Transformative Force in the Intelligence Cycle » (2021)

By Julien Strandt « AI is radically transforming how National Security Intelligence is collected, processed, analyzed, and disseminated, although not in the same way for each […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Cybercrime, cybersecurity and water utilities » (2021)

By David Lloyd Owen « A total of 20 known cases of cybercrime attacks on water utilities have been seen in five countries between 2000 and […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Rapport: « Evaluating the Effectiveness of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Intelligence Analysis » (2021)

By Daniel Ish, Jared Etthinger, Christopher Ferris, #RAND « This research develops methodologies for understanding the mission impact of deploying artificial intelligence (AI) systems to support […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Law Enforcement Intelligence Process » (2021)

By Robert Vasquez « This chapter examines the principles behind law enforcement intelligence and identifies best practices established by other local and state law enforcement organizations. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Analytical innovation in intelligence systems: the US national security establishment and the craft of ‘net assessment’ » (2021)

By Niccolò Petrelli « This article develops a theory of analytical innovation in intelligence systems using the craft of the ‘net assessment’ methodology in the US […]

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