Head of Research at Advanced Intelligence, LLC., USA
Yelisey Boguslavskiy is the CEO & Founder of a New York-based cyber risk prevention firm Advanced Intelligence, LLC. His Subject Matter Expert team conducts advanced HUMINT and SIGINT investigations into cyber fraud, ransomware, and digital organized crime threats, especially those from Eastern Europe and the MENA regions offering intelligence solutions to businesses and investigative support to US law enforcement. Additionally Advanced Intelligence, LLC heavily focuses on providing intelligence on top-tier threats of political manipulation, violent extremist propaganda, and meddling, conducted through digital infrastructure.
Born in Kazakhstan Yelisey has actively participated in international law enforcement initiatives, such as 2017-2018 a year-long investigative research in collaboration with the University of Passau (Germany) School of Law and Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Finance analyzing anti-money laundering and financial compliance mechanisms in Kazakhstan, Germany, and Russia. Prior to starting Advanced Intelligence LLC, Yelisey worked as an investigator in the business intelligence community, including Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, TD International, and Flashpoint Inc. Yelisey holds an M.A. degree in Security Policy Studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs of George Washington University with a focus on political violence prevention and business intelligence.
Session: Policing & Technology. How advanced digital intelligence and technical innovation can lead to accountable and human-oriented policing
Law Enforcement & Tech: Organic Alliance for in a Fight for Human-Oriented Policing
The presentation covers recent innovations and challenges of technological modernization and digitalization of law enforcement, primarily based on the examples of the US and UK. The survey covers subjects of community policing, combating white-collar crime, terrorism, and the introduction of accountability measures within policing operations. Finally, the presentation addresses best practices and urgent challenges that can be potentially overcome by the introduction of technology and digital solutions.
- Learning of technology innovation within contemporary policing practices.
- Learning of urgent challenges and how they may be overcome.
- Learning of best practices.
- Familiarization with the current state of affairs of public and security environment.
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