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The Impact: Coronavirus and Organized Crime is a special edition weekly podcast from the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime. We'll look at how the ongoing COVID-19 virus is impacting on organized crime around the world and how the illicit economy may affect our ability to respond to the virus. We'll be covering cyber crime, wildlife crime, counterfeit medicines, drug trafficking and drug users, street mafia crime, human smuggling and money laundering.
 
We empower industry professionals with relevant real-world training to enhance their professional credentials and skill sets. We provide online courses & board certifications in the areas of Cyber Investigations, Intelligence, Counterintelligence, eCommerce Fraud, Loss Prevention, Digital & Mobile Forensics, Fraud Investigations, Cyber Crime, Human Trafficking, Deception Detection, Criminal Investigations, Leadership & more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
To Catch A Hacker is an audio series about cybercrime, what really happens, how we find the people behind the crimes, and how they are brought to justice. Each season follows the story of a cybercrime and tracks the case until it is solved. But these cases are the success stories. We know one in four American households are victimized by cybercrime. Most never report what happened to the police. Of the tiny fraction that ARE reported, only 3 in 1000 incidents ever see an arrest. This makes c ...
 
Everyday society depends more on electronics, social media etc, and by doing so they expose their private data to the public eye. Each Saturday, join Hackers Con Calle is a group of Cyber Security professionals dedicated to inform the audience of current trends and a how to protect the digital life.
 
GLOBAL IMPACT, hosted by Dr. Frederick R. Lester, Chief Executive Officer of GLOBAL AFFAIRS MEDIA, will address strategic issues impacting the global community. Thought leadership will be provided that will elevate listeners' awareness and understanding of complex global issues such as geopolitics of technology and resources, globalization & immigration policy, diplomacy & peace negotiations, global health crisis, political economy of the media, impact of technology on society, humanitariani ...
 
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The true culprits behind the hacking of the 2017 presidential inauguration have been identified by authorities, but they won’t know that until nearly a year later. For years, these criminals allegedly stole money here and there from people who never noticed, cared, or reported it. Now, they've poked the bear that's going to strike back. In 2018, th…
 
Just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol, the Metropolitan Police Department’s own headquarters has been turned into a crime scene. The 2017 presidential inauguration was just hacked and is being held for ransom. It has all markings of a nation state actor attempting a decapitation strike. But was it? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
On Sunday, January 12, 2017, an officer of the Metropolitan Police Department, the law enforcement agency of Washington, DC, made an urgent phone call to the U.S. Secret Service. The MPD officer had discovered that some of the public surveillance cameras used by MPD had been compromised and were no longer feeding surveillance video to the Command C…
 
The real world of crime is less likely to be in our neighborhoods but on the internet. It moves at speeds faster than any getaway car or smash and grab. It is millions of break-in attempts in a minute. It is the same brick that is thrown through thousands of windows with a single click. And largely, we are unprepared to do anything about it. Coming…
 
Brazil is a vast country of some 211 million people. A nation full of energy but also plagued by crime; powerful criminal networks like the PCC and Red Commando battle over international and domestic drug trafficking routes. Then there is illegal logging, gold mining, land invasion, human trafficking, high levels of violence, highly militarised law…
 
In this bonus episode of The Impact: Coronavirus and Organized Crime, Jack sits down with author and former NPR foreign correspondent, Sarah Chayes. In this extended version of the interview which was part of the COVID and Corruption episode, Sarah talks about her experience of studying corruption around the world and how kleptocratic networks capt…
 
A different sounding episode as Jack sits down with a collection of organized crime experts to discuss what we have seen over the past few months and what might happen next. Guests: Tuesday Reitano, Deputy Director of the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime Nirmal Ghosh, US Bureau Chief for The Straits Times and member of the GI…
 
This Pandemic is causing huge economic impacts. The World Bank has forecast a contraction of 5.3% in global GDP in 2020 – that is the deepest global recession in decades leaving lasting scars on the lives of people living all over the world. And this could manifest itself in many ways - a rush to push government policy through to help combat the im…
 
It’s clear that throughout the recorded history of humanity, corruption has been present – and in a modern context Transparency International define corruption as the “abuse of entrusted power for private gain”. In this time of unprecedented economic recession due to the COVID health crisis, organized corruption networks, are in a perfect position …
 
We explore the illegal wildlife trade and it's apparent role in the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. The huge socio-economic consequences on the communities where this trade takes place, not to mention the threat to biodiversity, environmental sustainability, the brutality suffered by the animals themselves. The illegal wildlife trade is complex and…
 
For over three decades Afghanistan has been the most dominant and largest producer of opium poppy and the production of heroin. From Afghanistan, heroin travels North and South – the northern route takes the heroin through Central Asia and into Russia. The Southern route takes the heroin into Pakistan – From there, like a spider, it spreads in all …
 
In Part 2 - Our journey follows the cocaine out of South America and across the Atlantic into Guinea-Bissau in West Africa, which that has been dubbed “a narco-state” by the UN and US. Then onto the the second largest Cocaine market, Europe. Where we’ll talk about the 'Ndrangheta Mafia group from Calabria in Southern Italy, who purportedly control …
 
The 1970s was a decade of change. It was on the disco dance floors of Miami and Los Angeles to Rome and London that a new party drug emerged, beginning in jungles of South America, it was sweeping through the night clubs, Cocaine. By the end of the decade, in broad daylight, a drug-related shooting at the Dadeland Mall in Kendall, Florida thrust in…
 
This week, we’re going to be talking about human smuggling. Jack will be discussing militarized borders, the closure of smuggling routes, illegal migrants wanting to return home and the fears about what comes next. From the US/Mexico border down into Central America and from the Sahel/Sahara to the Libyan coast and into Europe. This week's guests a…
 
This week, Jack is discussing the impact of COVID-19 on human trafficking. A crime where people are trapped through the use of violence, deception, coercion and exploitation for the financial gain of others. He's joined by three of the 2020 Resilience Fellows of the Global Initiative’s Resilience Fund - Ioana Bauer (eLiberare), Judie Kaberia (Journ…
 
Cybercrime is on the rise during this pandemic and in our third episode in the series, we’ll be delving into the ones-and-zeros and talking about hacking, ransomware, scamming, malware and phishing. This week, Jack is joined by the BBC's Cyber Security Correspondent Joe Tidy who has been tracking all the COVID related cyber crimes through his websi…
 
Host 'Shawn Smith, Ph.D., Department of Criminal Justice, Radford University (ssmith479@radford.edu)talks to Dr. Lindsey Upton, Ph.D., Department of Sociology and Justice Studies, Eastern Washington University (lupton@ewu.edu)about the politicization and media coverage of the Mollie Tibbetts case.Students at Radford University による
 
¿Te imaginas tener un asistente personal que te ayude a encontrar los artículos que más te van a gustar y al mejor precio cada vez que vas al supermercado, a comprar ropa o a comer a un restaurante? Pues ya hay compañías trabajando en esta tecnología, y en Puerto Rico. Si eres dueño de un negocio o te gusta comprar en Amazon por la facilidad, este …
 
Derecho al Olvido Digital: se trata de un concepto relacionado con la protección de datos personales, el derecho al honor, a la intimidad, y a la imagen. Es el derecho que tiene una persona a no aparecer en Internet ni en sus buscadores. En este programa se discutirán aspectos de que es el derecho al olvido, por que es importante conocerlo y como s…
 
El uso de dispositivos móviles va en aumento. Sin embargo, el aumento en el uso viene acompañado de una explosión de malware. La Dra. Aury Curbelo, Doel Santos, discuten como detectar estos codigos maliciosos en tu dispositivo acompañados de Felix Di Cristina- Fundador de Urayonet.Inc y Makerspace.
 
Acompaña a la Dra. Aury Curbelo y a Doel Santos en la discusión sobre el Crytpojacking y como puedes evitar el mismo. En esta edición de nuestro programa se encuentra el Sr. Alexis Paris, el cual nos explica mas a fondo lo que es el “blockchain”, Mineros, y moneda digital.
 
Escucha nuestro ultimo podcast sobre elaboramos sobre datos personales y como individuos pueden hacer ganancias monetarias con información personal. Doel Santos y Aury M. CurbeloInvitados: Lic. Fernando Cervoni, Eliezer Torres y Ronelvis Tavares de TT Celullar, Mayagüez
 
En este podcast Cyber Warriors Defense Team habla sobre como los dispositivos Always On pueden poner en riesgo la privacidad de sus usarios. En este programa nos acompaña la Abogada Mabel Cueto De La Cruz, especialista en derecho de la propiedad intelectual e industrial y nuevas tecnologías.
 
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Learning how to lead a bunch of type A personalities can be tough in a law enforcement, government or military sectors. In this episode, we share with you the insights from Josh McAfee (CEO) of McAfee Institute, Daryl May (L.E Instructor) and Mike Bradshaw (Director of Customer Experience). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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