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Poaching is a Serious Crime

by Kenny Kleinerman

posted at June 15, 2017

Even though poaching, also known as wildlife crime, is estimated to generate revenues of between $7 billion to $23 billion annually, and even though it has become increasingly clear that organized criminal groups stand behind much of the illicit transactions, the law enforcement community often does not investigate the crimes at any level beyond the

Money Laundering – Zoom In on Suspicious Transactions

by Moshe Samoha

posted at June 10, 2017

Money laundering and terrorist financing has become increasingly widespread, as terrorists and organized criminals rely on financial frauds to fund their operations.  In some developing countries, these frauds are extremely extensive and can even threaten the local economy.   In addition, the emergence of new financial products such as virtual currencies, and online banking platforms that

Prioritize and You’ll Never Have Too Much Data

by Kenny Kleinerman

posted at June 2, 2017

“The good news is we’ve got lots of information, but the bad news is that we have got lots of information”. Law Enforcement, National Security, and National Intelligence agencies around the world are all asking the same questions:  How do we extract meaningful insights from the enormous volume and variety of available data?  Do we

Tracking the Narco-Traffickers

by Moshe Samoha

posted at May 25, 2017

  Tracking the Narco-Traffickers The most direct effect of drug abuse is clearly its toll on the health of users: Hepatitis C, HIV, tuberculosis, and even death from overdosing.   However, there are many secondary effects of drug use, including illicit financial transactions, corruption at high governmental levels, and damage to national economies.  The proceeds from