Wynyard: Connecting the dots with advanced crime analytics

Cybercrime, drug smuggling, human trafficking, serious fraud, money laundering and terrorism are often trans-national by nature requiring participation from criminals located in different countries. Organised crime gangs also operate across jurisdictions within countries.

For law enforcement agencies that share information in accordance with international and domestic laws, the challenge is sharing the information contained in different systems to join the data and connect the dots.

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