Organized crime networks are billion-dollar businesses operating in many crime areas. As a general rule, organized criminal networks are involved in many different types of criminal activities spanning several countries. These activities may include trafficking in people, drugs, illicit goods and weapons, armed robbery, counterfeiting, and money laundering. With revenues estimated in the billions, criminal networks have operating models, long-term strategies, hierarchies, and even strategic alliances, all aimed at generating maximum profit with minimum risk.
In this white paper, you will learn more about:
- Criminal networks
- Visualization of criminal networks
- WEBINT platform
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