Intelligence and its role on countering transnational organised crime

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Intelligence is becoming a popular subject of study among international security scholars, the panel gathers security practitioners who have worked in intelligence analysis and who know the challenges of intelligence in counter organised crime strategies and operations. The objective of the panel is to present different perspectives of intelligence, its importance at the moment of planning strategies, the methods for intelligence analysis in national security and the challenges that specialists face in terms of methodology and implementation.

Mario Abrego

Analyst in Security. His areas of interest include the convergence of terrorism and organized crime and international security.

Estefania Bernal

Researcher, consultant and a critical thinker. Experienced in assessing risks in local social and political contexts to mitigate risks and create solutions to enhance security and resilience.

Diorella Islas

International Fellow at Women in International Security and Deputy Director of Strategic Studies at the Ministry of Security in Mexico

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