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Dirty Money: How Technology Drives Crime and Punishment

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Criminals are finding innovative ways to exploit new technologies to clean dirty money. Money laundering is complex as well, underpinning several other organized criminal endeavors – such as intellectual property theft, counterfeiting, human trafficking, and terrorist financing – so detecting and deterring these crimes also becomes more challenging. Operational responses from government agencies, financial institutions, and corporations have evolved to fight money laundering with technology.

Hear from leaders with decades of experience in high-tech crime about new approaches in investigation and enforcement that have helped make meaningful progress in addressing crime and promoting trust in financial dealings.

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JIM DINKINS
LISA GRIGG
PAUL M. ABBATE
LEV J. KUBIAK
President, Thomson Reuters Special Services
Chief Executive and BSA Officer, Enterprise Financial Crimes Compliance, US Bank 
Associate Deputy Director, FBI
Vice President & Chief Security Officer, Pfizer, Inc.

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