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Corruption, Cybercrime In Crosshairs For DOJ Crime Chief

By Jack Queen (December 10, 2021, 3:56 PM EST) -- The Biden administration has deemed global corruption a key national security threat, marshaling the full power of the federal government to combat the flow of dirty money. Cybercrime enforcement is a plank of these efforts and a priority in its own right, as ransomware attacks, crypto-aided money laundering and data breaches sow chaos.

U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division chief Kenneth Polite during an interview with Law360. (U.S. Department of Justice) The U.S. Department of Justice's Criminal Division is central to both efforts, with triple-threat firepower in its foreign corruption, computer crime and money laundering sections. Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Polite...

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