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Lurking in the shadows: shining regulatory light on cybercriminals
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21 Feb
2017

Lurking in the shadows: shining regulatory light on cybercriminals

The common image of a cybercriminal is that of a slovenly, yet highly-skilled, individual sitting alone in a basement having not seen daylight in weeks.  The modern cybercriminal, however, is far removed from this. Cybercriminals are organised in large networks, often well-funded and highly talented which allows them to unleash devastating attacks.  According to online Read More

19 Jan
2017

Countering terrorism: Commission’s proposal to strengthen anti-money laundering measures

  • 19th January 2017
  • Jordan Dilworth

The European Commission proposed on 21 December 2016 to strengthen Europe’s criminal law framework to combat money laundering by drawing on international standards to establish minimum rules for defining criminal offences, imposing sanctions in relation to money laundering and improving cross-border cooperation between Member States.  In the press release, Commissioner Avramopoulos stated that this proposal Read More