Global Threat Assessment – By John Cusack – Publicly Available Now to Read / Download

Global Threat Assessment
by John Cusack

Despite the limitations presented in estimating criminal activity designed to be hidden, the results in the Global Threat Assessment present a bleak picture. 

Criminal markets are generating more illicit funds than at any other time in our history, with ever more harmful effects inflicted against every Country, against billions of people and against our increasingly fragile environment.

We are witnessing the transformation of organised crime into very big business, leveraging networks to connect criminal actors, adopting poly criminality, embracing new cyber tools and opportunities afforded by the transformation to digital.

How big, which Countries, by what Methods and by which Gangs, is summarised in this Global Threat Assessment, using over 100 publicly available studies or reports from credible sources, together with personal observations and recommendations from the author.

This Global Threat Assessment is a crucial tool to help keep financial crime fighters (public and private) informed and the response relevant and current.

For a PDF Version of the Global Threat Assessment - Click Here:

To read the preface to the GTA from Sir Iain Lobban, former UK GCHQ head click HERE

To view the GTA Video Summary click HERE.

To read the opinions from Leading Global Financial Crime Fighters on the GTA click HERE.

Set out below are Summary Infographics of the main findings from the Global Threat Assessment.

Global Threat Assessment by John Cusack is published by Financial Crime News and the copyright is owned by Metriqa limited. All rights are reserved. No part of the Global Threat Assessment may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, or used for commercial purposes, without the prior written permission of the copyright holder, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law. For permission requests, including the right to use the aggregated data and conclusions for commercial purposes write to the Metriqa Limited via

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