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Role Interference And Moral Distress In The Subjective Experience Of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives

Author : Thomas E. Coghlan
ISBN : 9781599423708
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Terrorist Use Of Cyberspace And Cyber Terrorism New Challenges And Responses

Author : M.N. Ogun
ISBN : 9781614995289
Genre : Political Science
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ICT plays a crucial role in the pursuit of modernization in the countries of Slovenia, Croatia, Albania and Bulgaria, which form the South Eastern European (SEE) region., The quest for Euro-Atlantic integration and the undeniable necessity for direct foreign investment have encouraged the SEE countries to invest in the development of cyber technology, and it has become the dominant area for social, economic and political interaction within the region. This has had both positive and negative consequences. This book presents the proceedings of the NATO Advanced Training Course (ATC), held in Ohrid, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, in December 2014. The ATC addressed serious concerns about terrorist use of cyber technology in South Eastern Europe, which not only has the potential to destabilize regional efforts to create a platform for increased development by creating a breeding ground for the training of extremists and the launching of cyber attacks, but also represents a direct and indirect threat to the security and stability of other NATO partner countries. The book will be of interest to all those involved in countering the threat posed by terrorist use of the Internet worldwide.

The Process Of Investigation

Author : Charles A. Sennewald
ISBN : 0750673990
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Process of Investigation, Second Edition, zeroes in on the specific areas of concern to the private investigator. The new edition covers a wide range of subjects such as the fundamentals of investigation, legal aspects, organisational objectives and strategies. Two new chapters have been added on Imagery and Computers as well containing all new updated information on the Internet, Private Information Providers, Resource references, digital imaging, documenting crime scenes, and managing and analysing investigation information. The Process of Investigations is co-authored by professionals with broad experience in both private and public sector investigations spanning five decades. Drawing on their extensive experience, the authors have updated and revised all chapters, targeting corporate executives, shoplifters, organized burglary rings, warehouse thieves, cashiers, workplace drug dealers, and corrupt public officials. Written for both the student and professional alike, this book compares and contrasts public and private sector enforcers, pinpoints the unique problems facing the investigator in a private agency, and provides updated case studies that illustrate the theories an

Bridging Engagement Gaps

Author : Vincent Miholic Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781491796894
Genre : Business & Economics
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Bridging Engagement Gaps amasses an eclectic blend of business research and analysis, philosophy and the arts, as well as practical examples and illustrations to better understand the obstacles we confront and the foundational constructs related to realizing optimal worker engagement. Whether you are an intern, thirty-year employee, manager, or business owner, you play a critical role in determining personal and organizational success. Leadership in the workplace begins with basic decency and integrity and has little to do with job titles. Therefore, there must be widespread participation in critical decision-making if your intent is to engage everyone. This resource guide delivers tools and strategies to drive exploratory and evaluative conversations about driving more engagement in the workplace. Learn how to: • define what engagement means and why it’s important; • celebrate the success of others to drive engagement; • landscape a culture in which employees flourish; and • champion multiple points of view. Fully-engaged employees bring passion, purpose, and discretionary energy to their work, but they must feel secure in taking risks and know that their suggestions count. Give them the tools they need to succeed while helping disengaged employees rediscover their passion by Bridging Engagement Gaps.

The Queen S Bastard

Author : Robin Maxwell
ISBN : 9781628721546
Genre : Fiction
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Historians have long whispered that “the Virgin Queen” Elizabeth’s passionate, lifelong affair with Robin Dudley, Earl of Leicester, may have led to the birth of a son, Arthur Dudley. In this exquisite sequel to The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn, Robin Maxwell fashions a stunning fictional account of the child switched at birth by a lady-in-waiting who foresaw the deleterious political consequences of a royal bastard. Set against the sweeping, meticulously rendered backdrop of court intrigues, international scandals, and England’s battle against the Spanish Armada in 1588, Maxwell deftly juxtaposes Elizabeth and Leicester’s tumultuous relationship with the memoirs of the adventurous son lost to them—yet ultimately discovered. The Queen’s Bastard artfully weaves two tales, the first told by Arthur Dudley himself, who, exchanged at birth by Elizabeth’s intimates for a stillborn infant, grows up as a country gentleman, never knowing his true identity. A dreamer, a romantic, and a magnificent horseman, Arthur sets off to fight Philip II of Spain. Meanwhile, the lifelong love affair of Elizabeth and Leicester has only been strengthened by the presumed loss of their child. The two narratives collide when Arthur learns who his true parents are. Religion, sex, and the sixteenth century’s most fascinating personalities are woven into a rich tapestry of betrayal, the quest for power, and love.

Brushes With Life The Journey Continues

Author : Boyd Russell
ISBN : 9781477146507
Genre : Fiction
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Mr. Russel allows the reader to walk next to walk next to Shaun Mckenzie as he continues his journey. That journey is distinguished by candor and unswerving purpose. His boyhood training in the ancient martial art of Bando continually sideswipes contemporary behavior and values. In "Brushes With Life- The Journey Continues" Shaun's unique approach to problem solving is tested when: He intercedes between a crime boss that befriended him years before and a crooked U.S Attorney trying to convict him of a crime he didn't commit. The "hornests nest" he stirs up brings friends and enemies from unexpected places. He comes to the aid of the daughter of a college sweetheart. Jean is in jeopardy of losing the company her Mother founded to a devious and abusive competitor. Shaun's closest friend John agrees to intercede in place of Shaun. John's unconventional approach to business hardball produces interesting results for Jean and a business spanking for the outclassed competitor. The tragic death of his wife, Mickey, at the hands of a drunk driver causes his face to face encounter with the "injustice" in the "justice" system. Her loss, Shaun's fundamental respect for all life, and this encounter force him to question his basic foundation. The outcome brings devastating results.

Kingpin

Author : Kevin Poulsen
ISBN : 9780307588708
Genre : True Crime
File Size : 63. 21 MB
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Former hacker Kevin Poulsen has, over the past decade, built a reputation as one of the top investigative reporters on the cybercrime beat. In Kingpin, he pours his unmatched access and expertise into book form for the first time, delivering a gripping cat-and-mouse narrative—and an unprecedented view into the twenty-first century’s signature form of organized crime. The word spread through the hacking underground like some unstoppable new virus: Someone—some brilliant, audacious crook—had just staged a hostile takeover of an online criminal network that siphoned billions of dollars from the US economy. The FBI rushed to launch an ambitious undercover operation aimed at tracking down this new kingpin; other agencies around the world deployed dozens of moles and double agents. Together, the cybercops lured numerous unsuspecting hackers into their clutches. . . . Yet at every turn, their main quarry displayed an uncanny ability to sniff out their snitches and see through their plots. The culprit they sought was the most unlikely of criminals: a brilliant programmer with a hippie ethic and a supervillain’s double identity. As prominent “white-hat” hacker Max “Vision” Butler, he was a celebrity throughout the programming world, even serving as a consultant to the FBI. But as the black-hat “Iceman,” he found in the world of data theft an irresistible opportunity to test his outsized abilities. He infiltrated thousands of computers around the country, sucking down millions of credit card numbers at will. He effortlessly hacked his fellow hackers, stealing their ill-gotten gains from under their noses. Together with a smooth-talking con artist, he ran a massive real-world crime ring. And for years, he did it all with seeming impunity, even as countless rivals ran afoul of police. Yet as he watched the fraudsters around him squabble, their ranks riddled with infiltrators, their methods inefficient, he began to see in their dysfunction the ultimate challenge: He would stage his coup and fix what was broken, run things as they should be run—even if it meant painting a bull’s-eye on his forehead. Through the story of this criminal’s remarkable rise, and of law enforcement’s quest to track him down, Kingpin lays bare the workings of a silent crime wave still affecting millions of Americans. In these pages, we are ushered into vast online-fraud supermarkets stocked with credit card numbers, counterfeit checks, hacked bank accounts, dead drops, and fake passports. We learn the workings of the numerous hacks—browser exploits, phishing attacks, Trojan horses, and much more—these fraudsters use to ply their trade, and trace the complex routes by which they turn stolen data into millions of dollars. And thanks to Poulsen’s remarkable access to both cops and criminals, we step inside the quiet, desperate arms race that law enforcement continues to fight with these scammers today. Ultimately, Kingpin is a journey into an underworld of startling scope and power, one in which ordinary American teenagers work hand in hand with murderous Russian mobsters and where a simple Wi-Fi connection can unleash a torrent of gold worth millions. From the Hardcover edition.

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