This guide is designed to provide a standardised approach to assessing financial crime risk within the cryptocurrency industry. It documents observed and emerging risks to allow institutions to identify high-risk activities and determine strategies to tackle such risks.
While governments have a role to play in setting the regulatory and legal landscape to fight proliferation finance, they need the cooperation of the private sector to achieve an effective global counterproliferation finance framework. Thus the private sector, including financial institutions, has an essential role in identifying activities that may be suspicious, alerting relevant authorities, freezing assets and implementing financial sanctions. This guide is designed to provide multi-jurisdictional support to the private sector in identifying activities that may be higher risk, determining the levels of risks the sector faces, and developing strategies to tackle such risks.
This paper aims to serve as a guide to policymakers by examining different approaches to cyber-security policy, regulation and legislation. It provides an overview of the priorities of five countries (the UK, the US, Canada, Japan, and Singapore) and the EU. The focus rests on cyber policy advanced in the period between January 2019 and March 2023.
Over the course of 2022, barely a week passed without missile tests, military parades or other dramatic developments on the Korean peninsula. Neither lockdowns nor the plight of the North Korean population slowed Pyongyang’s aggressive missile testing campaign or its pursuit of nuclear weapons. This Special Resource takes you through some of the the visual evidence of these developments that were tracked throughout the year.