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The list of contributors to the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime (Cambridge, UK, 2nd to 9th September 2012) is a rollcall of world leaders in law enforcement; names such as Cyrus Vance, Ros Wright, Masayuki Yoshida, Professor Fletcher Baldwin … the list is endless. There are several Gower authors contributing too: Professor Mike Levi, Dr Shima Keene and Mark Johnson. This is a heavy-weight event that runs over a week and tackles all of the hot-button issues: money laundering, state and corporate corruption, compliance, technology, identity and privacy. Mike Levi is contributor to Fraud: the Counter Fraud Practitioner’s Handbook; Shima Keene is author of Threat Finance: Disconnecting the Lifeline of Organised Crime and Terrorism and Mark Johnson is author of the forthcoming titles: Demystifying Communications Risk: A Guide to Revenue Risk Management in the Communications Sector and Cyber Crime, Security and Digital Intelligence: Vulnerabilities, Risks, Threat Actors and Controls in the Information Age.