How Brexit will impact the fight against corrupt wealth

Europol HQ in the Hague

Experts fear losing access to EU registers on crime and criminal intelligence could undermine the work of anti-money laundering initiatives in a post-Brexit UK

What one man’s death taught us about cryptosecurity

The loss of investors’ money from a cryptocurrency exchange following the death of its owner has highlighted the need for more robust business practices in a still-nascent industry

Should you employ a former black hat hacker?

In hacking, as in life, it is not just good and bad, black and white: there is a grey area

Cybercrime is learning from business, and it’s paying off

The low startup costs and huge profits associated with cybercrime have resulted in a thriving industry, and no companies – regardless of sector or size – are safe from its reach

How to tackle organised crime in construction

Tales of mobsters running building sites are a staple of pop culture, but what threats do organised crime gangs pose to the construction industry and how can technology help overcome them?

Including general counsel could prevent scandal

Danske Bank of Denmark announced last month that more than €200 billion in laundered, illegal money had passed through its Estonia branch’s coffers

How true crime shows are impacting the justice system

Trial by TV is criticised by some, but others insist it has the potential to overturn miscarriages of justice that would otherwise go unchallenged

Getting to the root of maritime piracy

Probably the most feared crime at sea, piracy can be the result of illegal or unregulated fishing displacing fisherman who turn to maritime robbery and extortion