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Mitigating Diversion Risk of Dual-Use Technology Using Public and Commercial Data

10/25/23 2 minute read

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As Russia continues its reliance on Western-manufactured dual-use technology to bolster their military capabilities, a number of countries have made an effort to keep critical technology from reaching the hands of unintended Russian military end users. Public reporting, recent designations, and law enforcement actions all point to the importance of mitigating the risk of dual-use items being diverted to Russia.

Because Russian procurement networks are known for engaging in sophisticated schemes to get around export controls, their activities can be difficult to track. But, with the right data and technology, there’s a lot that can be done.

Read this case study to see how trade data in a graph database can be used to more quickly and effectively identify diversion risk related to dual-use goods. To watch a demonstration of how to use data to track end-use, watch our Masterclass

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