Future Proof: Privacy, Security and the Detection of Crime – 25 Years into the Future
Imagine a world where every telephone call is monitored, every email and text message read. A world where your most personal information is for sale to the highest bidder. As technology proliferates, what choices will you make? How much of your privacy will you be willing to give up for the sake of security? Convenience? Social Interaction? And where will be as a society in 25 years? What impact will the choices we make today have on privacy and security in the future. And how will our government protect us? Join Chris as he takes you on a journey, describing remarkable technologies which already exist and some of the more frightening ones to come. Technologies that will ultimately change, not only how we will live, but who and what we will be, as a society.
Cyber Security Awareness – “In English”
How much risk are you taking each time you turn on your computer, surf the Internet or participate in social media? We are all bombarded every day with emails designed to trick you into downloading malware onto your computer or your corporate network. Who are the people that are working so hard to steal your identity? What can you do to keep them in check? Chris’ insights into the world of organized crime and foreign intelligence and how the Internet is the new crime scene, will shock, inform and entertain you.
Do You Really Know Who You’re Doing Business With?
This is a no-nonsense explanation on why investigating the background of potential domestic and foreign business partners is important and what can happen when you don’t. Using real cases, Chris will explain the nuts and bolts of gathering information on individual and corporations around the world.
Travel Risks: How to Avoid Trouble; What to do If Trouble Finds You
A great presentation for associations, organizations and foundations, Chris shares insights which help audiences develop their situational awareness while traveling abroad. This presentation will help these groups safeguard reputations and ability to raise funds and conduct ethical business practices. Straight talk on crime: The Link Between Terrorism and Organized Crime.
My Life: 20 years Undercover
This presentation is not from a legal or academic perspective, but from a practical, often gritty one. Chris’s approach is to take a complex subject and use plain language, the criminal vernacular and real experiences to illustrate the concepts of organized crime.