It also details how advanced technologies can improve risk visibility and help you isolate suspicious anomalies that may indicate human trafficking risks.
The infographic underscores the devastating societal and security impacts fueled by human trafficking:
- Human Trafficking is a gateway to slavery. Currently it is estimated that there are 40.3 million slaves throughout the world.1
- Children make up 27% of all human trafficking victims worldwide2
- Human trafficking fuels conflict by enabling armed and extremist groups to raise income and expand their power and military capabilities3
- State-sponsored trafficking provides corrupt regimes a source of income and bolsters their military capabilities4
- Human trafficking undercuts the ability of international institutions to promote peace and stability5
The infographic also highlights how advanced technology can help target activities tied to human trafficking and isolate suspicious behaviors or transaction anomalies:
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning provide a more nuanced look into transactions, behaviors and relationships
- Digital identity intelligence adds near real-time insight into device, location and behaviors
- Assess payments across all types of platforms
Finally, the infographic includes direct action your business can take in the fight against human trafficking:
Taking a stand against human trafficking is a shared responsibility. By strengthening supply chain integrity and raising risk insight across critical transactions and core relationships, you can make an impact in the fight against human trafficking and also improve business sustainability. Prioritize the prevention of human trafficking by taking a proactive stand against it with insights from our infographic.
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2. “Child Trafficking: Myth vs, Fact”, Save The Children, www.savethechildren.org/us/charity-stories/child-tra-icking-myths-vs-facts
3.-5. Bigio, Jamie and Vogelstein, Rachel, “The Security Implications of Human Traff¬icking,” Blog Post, Council on Foreign Relations, October 1, 2019, https://www.cfr.org/blog/security-implications-human-trafficking