Transnational Organized Crime as a National Security Threat
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Transnational crime generates more than $800 billion dollars a year – nearly 1.5% of the global GDP. United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency Director General Keith Bristow will discuss transnational organized crime as a national security threat, focusing on economic and cyber crimes, and digging into the challenges of 21st century policing.