Another week has flown by, and we are busy, as always, working on our great pipeline of tech and content and welcoming new great colleges into our teams. Here are some news highlights from the week that has passed.
In Australia, authorities have charged three persons for laundering money through a gambling venue.
Australia has investigated the links between gambling venues and money laundering for some time. Here is an article from earlier this year highlighting the problem.
There have been quite a lot of cyber-related topics this week. Starting with the press release from Eurojust on the shutdown of major online investment fraud.
MIT technology review reports in a lengthy article on how many LinkedIn users have become victims of fraud lost and millions of dollars through scams that originated on the platform.
Hiring an assassin on the dark web can seem safe, but how can you trust anything on an anonymous forum?
A strain of ransomware has hit a major school district with over 600 000 students.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released technical guidance on how to detect and minimize ransomware threats.
And to finish this week’s round-up with two excellent reports, one covering money laundering in Central America from Global Financial Integrity.
Global Initiative has released a report on the Cambodian party town Sihanoukville serving as a hub of environmental crime convergence.
Until next week have a fantastic weekend!