[#CrimOrg] Article: « Evaluating risks-based communities of Mafia companies: a complex networks perspective »

By Nicola Giuseppe Castellano, Roy Cerqueti, Bruno Maria Franceschetti « This paper presents a data-driven complex network approach, to show similarities and differences—in terms of financial […]

[#OSINT|#CrimOrg] Article: « Open Source Information’s Blind Spot – Human and Machine Bias in International Criminal Investigations »

By Yvonne McDermott, Alexa Koenig, Daragh Murray « Digital open source information has been heralded for its democratizing potential, insofar as it allows access to a […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organized Crime vs. White-collar Crime: Which is the Bigger Problem? »

By Jay Albanese « Organized crime and white-collar crime have the same objective, but only one of them dom-inates the public narrative. It is time to […]

[#CrimOrg] Livre: « Gangsters and Other Statesmen: Mafias, Separatists, and Torn States in a Globalized World »

By Danilo Mandic « Separatism has been on the rise across the world since the end of the Cold War, dividing countries through political strife, ethnic […]

[#CrimOrg] Rapport: « The Global Illicit Economy – Trajectories of Organized Crime »

By Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime « Through stark images and charts, this report gives a graphic illustration of how the global illicit economy has […]

[#CRIMORG] Article: « Global Crime Patterns: An Analysis of Survey Data from 166 Countries Around the World, 2006–2019 »

By Jan van Dijk, Paul Nieuwbeerta, Jacqueline Joudo Larsen « ObjectivesThis article explores the merits of commercially-based survey data on crime through cross-validation with established crime […]

[#TERRORISM|#CRIMORG] Article: « Are Terrorist Networks Just Glorified Criminal Cells? »

By Elie Alhajjar, Ryan Fameli, Shane Warren « The notions of organized crime and terrorism have an old and rich history around the globe. Researchers and […]

[#CRIMORG|#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Criminal Networks Analysis in Missing Data scenarios through Graph Distances »

By Annamaria Ficara, Lucia Cavallaro, Francesco Curreri, Giacomo Fiumara, Pasquale De Meo, Ovidiu Bagdasar, Wei Song, Antonio Liotta « Data collected in criminal investigations may suffer […]

[#CRIMORG] Article: « Cocaine to Europe: An Underestimated Threat » – by @InSightCrime

« Over the last five years, the cocaine trade has enjoyed an unprecedented boom, with production levels at record highs. Coverage of this has largely focused […]

[#CRIMORG] Article: « Italian mafia tightens grip on small businesses during lockdown » #COVID19

« The provision of Mafia “welfare” to Italy’s struggling small businesses sharply increased during the first months of the Covid-19 lockdown according to the first comprehensive […]

[#CRIMORG] Documentaire: #DebatDoc – « #Traite d’enfants : comment traquer les #mafieux ? »

Au menu de « Débatdoc » le documentaire « Trafic d’enfants » réalisé par Olivier Ballande. Une plongée au coeur d’une enquête judiciaire sur des […]

#Documentaire #2020 – L’ère des empires | Histoire du trafic de drogue Partie 1 | ARTE

L' »Affaire Areva »: nouvelle bataille économique ou échec du contrôle de l’Etat?

On apprend par un article de Capital, « Affaire Areva: la monstrueuse amende qui menace la France« , que « la justice a discrètement prévenu début juillet les […]

Is the Mafia Taking Over Cyber Crime? Not Really

Is the Mafia Taking Over Cyber Crime? Not Really https://www.symantec.com/blogs/feature-stories/mafia-taking-over-cyber-crime-not-really From Black Hat 2018: Unlike the popular narrative that the Mafia is not only getting […]

Faut-il plus de cybersécurité, de cyberdéfense ou de cyber-renseignement ?

Exercice de cyber-défense à l’académie militaire de West Point en avril 2016. Army Cyber/Flickr Pierre Memheld, Université de Strasbourg Aujourd’hui nous subissons, que ce soit […]

Identifying Bribery Risk in Emerging Markets ‹ Corporate Compliance Insights

Companies are increasingly turning to emerging markets for new growth opportunities as developed markets become saturated. When we hear the term emerging markets, we typically […]

SME / SMI : mitigate the legal risk internationally

SME and SMI can be exposed to various criminal risks in their international operations: funds’ extorsion, corruption’s request, money laundering, hostile takeover.

The often overlooked link between drug profits and terror

The often overlooked link between drug profits and terror http://ift.tt/1L5XtyW The use of illegal drugs in funding terrorism needs greater consideration, writes Robert Rotberg.

At $51 billion per annum, India ranks 4th in black money outflow: report

  At $51 billion per annum, India ranks 4th in black money outflow: report http://ift.tt/1R96Qzd China tops the list with $139 billion average outflow of […]

EXCLUSIVE-Vatican inspectors suspect key office was used for money laundering

  EXCLUSIVE-Vatican inspectors suspect key office was used for money laundering http://ift.tt/20rLsII EXCLUSIVE-Vatican inspectors suspect key office was used for money laundering Nov 03 2015 […]

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