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pdf Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report, 2019 Q2

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Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report, 2019 Q2

Título completo: Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report, 2019 Q2

Fecha de publicación: Julio 2019

Institución participante: CipherTrace

Fragmento original: Several trends continued or accelerated in the second quarter of 2019. Outright thefts as well as scams and other misappropriation of funds from cryptocurrency users and exchanges continued apace, netting criminals and fraudsters approximately $4.26 billion in aggregate for 2019. Insider thefts were by far the largest offenders, inflecting massive losses on investors and exchange users. 2019 could also turn out to be the year of the exit scam. On top of the QuadrigaCX disaster, which is updated in this report, one alleged Ponzi scheme in this quarter appears to have defrauded millions of users out of $2.9 billion in crypto assets. Other exit scams, such as Coinroom and Bitsane, are still under investigation and those losses are not included and this report’s total.

pdf Operationalizing Cyberspace as a Military Domain

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Operationalizing Cyberspace as a Military Domain

Título completo: Operationalizing Cyberspace as a Military Domain: Lessons for NATO

Autor: Lillian Ablon, Anika Binnendijk, Quentin E. Hodgson, Bilyana Lilly, Sasha Romanosky, David Senty, Julia A. Thompson 

Fecha de publicación: Junio 2019

Institución participante: RAND International

Fragmento original: Defense of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in cyberspace requires an understanding of the threats the alliance must face, knowing where it must act, and ensuring that the alliance has the capabilities and capacity available to successfully defend itself. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has expanded its reach not only in terms of membership and partners, but also in terms of its operations. As a globally engaged organization, NATO must be prepared to address cyber threats that emanate from anywhere in the world. Truly integrating cyber operations into the alliance requires broadly educating the members of the alliance on operations in cyberspace; cyber operational planning, training, and exercises to create the “muscle memory” necessary; and rigorously assessing lessons learned as they emerge. 

pdf Trends in international law for cyberspace Nuevo

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Trends in international law for cyberspace

Título completo: Trends in international law for cyberspace

Fecha de publicación: Mayo 2019

Institución participante: CCDCOE

Fragmento original: About this paper
This paper is a collaborative view of the NATO CCDCOE Law Branch experts, demarcating the latest trends in international law and envisioning their evolution over the next few years. It is an independent product of the CCDCOE and does not represent the official policy or position of NATO or any of its Sponsoring Nations.

We do not assert this to be a complete catalogue of trends, neither is the list presented in any particular order. Also, while we have made every effort to describe globally relevant legal developments, we acknowledge that the list stems from a Euro-Atlantic geopolitical perspective, and that the division between political developments and trends in law is not always clear-cut.