Cyberspace as the new battlefield
A Talk by Juan Manuel Aguilar-Antonio , Gustavo Mauricio Bastien-Olvera , Mariana Díaz García , Alba Gabriela Garay Romero and Paloma Mendoza-Cortes
About this Talk
The rate of cybercrimes has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has increased the need to analyze these crimes from different perspectives and approaches, including how offline organized crime operates online and how law enforcement officials also use cyberspace to gather intelligence. This panel will include presentations of specific crimes and strategies of criminal groups, including extremists groups worldwide, drug cartels, terrorist groups, trafficking in persons, and the analyses of risks with special emphasis in Latin America. Each panelist will provide a summary of their research and analyses on the topics, presenting concrete real examples. The speakers represent several institutions including international organizations, academia, and NGOs.
About The Speakers
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Juan Manuel Aguilar-Antonio
Senior Researcher, CASEDE
Cybersecurity, National Security, Public Security & Citizen Security Expert
Mariana Díaz García
Project Officer, The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)
Fellow and Project Officer at the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) for the Knowledge Center Security through Research, Technology, and Innovation (SIRIO) and CONTACT – Enhancing capacities to prevent trafficking of radiological and nuclear material in Southeast Asia.