A Clear and Present Danger: Transnational Organized Crime/Gangs
The presentation will provide historical examples of the criminalmentality present in today’s transnational organized crime/gangs combined with a holistic approach towards prevention and intervention in the cybersecurity space.
The presentation will provide several first-person historical examples of the criminal gangster mind set and mentality present in today’s transnational organized crime/gangs combined with a holistic approach towards prevention and intervention in the cybersecurity space. Credence will be given to the roll and importance of the gang members’ spirituality and family, whether it is supportive of the gang culture or attempts to set an anti-gang environment. This will be augmented by three (or more) examples of how the increasing threats are coming from transnational organized crime groups (e.g., Russian mafia, Chinese Triads, MS 13, and cartels). These influential organizations have tremendous power and money, which means they have the ability to pay hackers to defeat cybersecurity measures.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Develop an understanding of the substantive organized crime/gang concepts/backgrounds that underlie the true issues.
- Learn the ins and outs of transnational organized crime/gangs and cybersecurity intervention and prevention techniques with any group of learners.
- Understand key approaches and methodology specific to organized crime/gang and cybersecurity prevention, intervention, and suppression.
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Robert Brzenchek, PhD ABD, MS
Brzenchek Foundation Corp
Mr. Brzenchek has held academic positions and has taught courses in criminal justice, emergency management, unmanned aerial vehicles, and areas within the intelligence community. He has conducted research for varied public and private sectors for over a decade. He pioneered with Michael Penders the International ISO 27k standard development and use of innovative techniques and alternatives to traditional risk assessments. Mr. Brzenchek's career as a law enforcement officer, military member in the intelligence community, emergency management specialist at both the state and federal levels, UAV instructor, and higher education administrator affords him a unique perspective in the development of policy and procedure. http://www.robertbrzenchek.com/
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.