Occupational fraud constitutes one of the main criminal or illicit acts with the greatest reputational, social, governance and economic impact for organizations.
The geostrategic context, citizen security, organized crime, violent extremism, environmental crime and cybercrime are the main aspects of the security landscape in Spain.
A mapping of the main criminal typologies committed within and against companies is elaborated to explore the criminal realities and new criminal formulas.
Latin America is currently an essential center for drug trafficking in the transnational market, making cocaine the backbone of the subcontinent.
Drones are emerging as one of the main tools of the future to perpetrate sabotage, terrorist actions and other illicit activities that endanger the integrity of people and infrastructures.
Criminal governance in Latin America performs state functions in large geographic areas, such as providing security or basic supplies.
Latin America is the most violent region in the world, accounting for 37% of homicides worldwide. Good governance, anomie or impunity are some of the determining factors to understand those crime levels.
Colombia is going through a transition period in which the armed conflict has not been completely overcome, facing its reconfiguration.
The Argentinian criminality and violence panorama is diverse and differs greatly from rest of the Latin American region.
Violence in Brazil is closely tied to traffic and consumption of drugs and weapons, both considered a national security issues due to its dimensions and its derived violence.