Translational Criminology and Counterterrorism

Global Threats and Local Responses

Author: Leslie W. Kennedy,Yasemin Irvin-Erickson,Alexis R. Kennedy

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1461455561

Category: Social Science

Page: 63

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This brief focuses on translational criminology practices as they relate to counter-terrorism and homeland security. The work provides a detailed and practical examination of how global threats (such as, terrorism and cybercrime) are managed through local response. It covers emerging strategies in data collection procedures, inter-agency cooperation, and new analytical techniques including risk-terrain modeling. In addition, it presents a common methodology, including steps in risk assessment, risk management, and decision-making, that can be used to frame and analyze global and local threats. The authors examine these issues using examples of how law enforcement responded to specific security threats including the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, the 2003 terrorist attack in Istanbul, Turkey, and the 2010 Stuxnet attack on the Natanz nuclear facility in Iran. This work expands on existing literature covering the impact that globalization has on cross national threats, drawing on disciplines related to criminology, such as international relations and political science.

Cyber Economic Crime in India

An Integrated Model for Prevention and Investigation

Author: Balsing Rajput

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030446557

Category: Social Science

Page: 262

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This volume provides an overview of cyber economic crime in India, analyzing fifteen years of data and specific case studies from Mumbai to add to the limited research in cyber economic crime detection. Centering around an integrated victim-centered approach to investigating a global crime on the local level, the book examines the criminal justice system response to cyber economic crime and proposes new methods of detection and prevention. It considers the threat from a national security perspective, a cybercrime perspective, and as a technical threat to business and technology installations. Among the topics discussed: Changing landscape of crime in cyberspace Cybercrime typology Legal framework for cyber economic crime in India Cyber security mechanisms in India A valuable resource for law enforcement and police working on the local, national, and global level in the detection and prevention of cybercrime, Cyber Economic Crime in India will also be of interest to researchers and practitioners working in financial crimes and white collar crime.

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Geschlecht und Alterität im postdramatischen Theater

Author: Nina Birkner,Andrea Geier,Urte Helduser

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783837618396

Category: Drama

Page: 300

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