ANTI-CORRUPTION CONFERENCE

SIMON MARSH: It’s time to modernise graft war

Covid-19 has taught us that we can do a lot more through digital interfaces than we thought we could

In Summary

• We can improve the capability to capture evidence from the computers, phones and other digital media in the possession of suspects

• There are also technological developments that law enforcement can utilise such as software to analyse bank statements and hardware to crack encrypted applications.

Eighteen years ago, Kenya was the first country to sign and ratify the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, the bedrock for the transnational fight against graft.

It is still a hugely ...

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