2010 issue 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Corner
BY CLIVE ADDY

This Summer 2010 edition deals with criminal financing and its effects on our security.

BY EDWARD R. MYERS

Annual fraud loss is estimated at 5% and small business are disproportionately victimized.

BY CLIVE ADDY

An interview with U.S. Deputy Director of Defense, William J. Lynn III.

BY BANK OF CANADA

Every fake bill you accept is money out of your pocket. What can you look for?

BY CLIVE ADDY

How are ordinary people threatened by tainted money?

Defending Against the Threat of
BY NICK CATRANTZOS

Can the risks of insider fraud be anticipated and mitigated?

A Look at the Legal Landscape
BY STEVEN HUTCHINSON

Criminals should not benefit financially from illegally activity - even after prison.

How Secure Are They?
BY BLAIR WATSON

Fake e-passports are going undetected.

BY DAVE McMAHON and DR RAFAL ROHOZINSKI

Espionage has been described as ''the second oldest profession'', and just as honourable as the first.

BY KIM R MANCHESTER

Drug cartels are expanding the complexity & reach of the Black Market Peso Exchange.

BY STEPHEN I LANDMAN

Terrorists have shifted their operations to underground banking systems.

BY MARIO D'ANGELO

The prospect of using CBRN material in a terror device is both frightening and real.

BY YIAGADEESEN SAMY

Fighting terrorism financing is costly - and measuring success is a challenge.

Intergraph Corporation
BY SHANE LOATES

Improving transportation security.

One Last Thing
BY SCOTT NEWARK

This issue of FrontLine Security provides a fascinating look into the full spectrum of financial issues in the security and crime investigation worlds.