New York, 2018
Scientific Director of ISI, international expert in the security industry, creator of 2CAO technology, scientist, criminologist, writer, investigative journalist, author of scientific works and monographs on sociology, depth psychology, philosophy and criminology
Italian Bestselling author, award-winning journalist, university professor, researcher, speaker. Research interests: Calabrian mafia (known as ‘ndrangheta), organized crime. He is a regular consultant to governments and law-enforcement agencies around the world.
Distinguished Professor at Rutgers University, participant in the Interregional Preparatory Meeting for the Eighth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, former director of the International Center at the National Institute of Justice of the U.S. Department of Justice
External consultant to the U.S. DHS and the FBI, author of the best-selling Encyclopedia of Terrorism and numerous academic papers and articles, has served as a counterterrorism expert to the DHS Homeland Security Advisory Board, the UN in Austria, and the National Security Bureau in Poland.
Cybercrime consultant, professor, president of the International Society of Criminology and the Bellagio Forum on World Security and Social Development, member of the working group on governance and anti-corruption and international emergency and crisis response
Presidium Member of EUASU. Associate fellow of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. Head of the Strategic council of the Information Security Institute. Head of Сivil Society Organization Kavalyer. Editor-in-chief of the Newspaper Unsolved Crimes.
Director of the Academy of the Professional Services Industry (APSI). Expert in psychosamology and psychology. Fellow member of the special scientific unit of the Memory Institute—Expeditionary Corps. Presidium Member of the Psychological and Philosophical Scientific Society.
The founder of Droits de l’Homme sans Frontières, Belgium. EUASU expert. Former chargé de mission at the Cabinet of the Belgian Ministry of Education and at the Belgian Parliament. He is the director of Human Rights Without Frontiers, an NGO based in Brussels that he founded in 2001.
Expert in criminal, corporate, civil, and intellectual property rights, speaker at the OSCE Human Rights Conference in Warsaw and the “Freedom of Religion and Belief” conference in Rome, member of the Criminology Center research team, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Scientific Results.
EUASU Academician, Interdisciplinary Professor of Global Security in the College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow UK. He is founding Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Cambridge Journal of Memory, Mind & Media, founding Editor-in-Chief of the Sage Journal of Memory Studies, and founding Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Digital War .
Corresponding Member of EUASU. Associate fellow of the Ukraine Academy of Science and the Memory Institute. Analyst, expert in psychodiagnostic and professional selection. She is author, translator, journalist and chief editor of the Newsletter of the Scientific Medical Society—Hippocrates. Fellow member of the special scientific unit of the Memory Institute—Expeditionary Corps.
Cybersecurity Leader, Speaker, Author. 50+ years of experience, created 5 successful cybersecurity programs, including for NASA. He is a Distinguished Fellow, member of the Honor Roll and past international president of the ISSA. He is the ISC2 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award and a member of the Ponemon Institute & Cloud Security Alliance.
Attorney, international online reputation consultant, copyright and intellectual property expert, director of the Research Institute for World Military Traditions and Forensic Weapons Research, freelance correspondent for Unsolved Crimes.
He is an EUASU expert, expert in finance, banking, insurance, and asset valuation. Financial consultant. Investment adviser for Slav Invest, financial director of MANORM Holding, and the head of the Paradox Credit Protection Society.
Head of the International Schicksalsanalyse Community Research Institute, adherent of the Venetian school. The main directions of the Institute’s research are the applied aspects of fate analysis—depth psychology, mainly developed by Leopold Szondi, Swiss psychologist, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.
International specialist in the field of security of first responders, expert in working in high-risk areas, researcher, corresponding member of EUASU.
Areas of focus
Mystery or Crime: Real Life and Economics
This book is about what real business, real economics, and real life are all about, unadorned. Without the flimsy, specialized terms, without trying to give a revolutionary view of what is already written and said by someone else. They say that business is a game. This book is not about how to play by the rules, nor is it just about not talking out loud about the mysterious economic environment. First and foremost, this book is about those in history who have arrogated to themselves the right to create whatever rules they want, and also answers the question “why is it that way in our lives?”
Book “Cyber Feng Shui”
The book “Cyber Fenshui” can become a tool for criminologist, investigative journalist, psychologist, sociologist, cybersecurity officer to identify subjects in society who are prone to such special criminal activity. Moreover, the work in this direction does not stop and every year the book is updated with new relevant material received from colleagues from all over the world — Western Europe, the U.S. and Asia.
Book “The Swaying Scene”
The book investigates the downfall of D’Amato’s most prominent disciple and the youngest boxing champion of the world, Mike Tyson. The story sheds light on the way in which certain “interested parties”, showing wonders of ingenuity and special training, are able to carry out enterprises to impoverish the daredevils who have conquered Olympus. In particular, ventures to steal money on a particularly large scale. For example, a billion dollars.
Textook “Security in the 21st Century”
The security textbook was written in 2020 at the Institute for Information Security, and its author is the world-recognized expert and scientific director of the Institute for Information Security Dr. Oleg Maltsev. Oleg Viktorovich has many years of practice and a recognized authority in the field of business security, and his research approach allows him to design new technologies to solve problems of any level of complexity. Many of his students work in the security industry around the world.
Book “Between the Hammer and the Anvil”
In 2014 the book “Between the Hammer and the Anvil” was published. This book is the first in a series of closed books and introduces the specialist of the Information Security Institute to the practice of applying methods of influencing the mind of society. The book is based on a scientific and comparative analysis of the research of Soviet academician G.S. Popov, as well as the results of the research of scientist Oleg Viktorovich Maltsev.
In August 2018, the Research Institute for the Study of World Military Traditions and Forensic Studies of the Use of Weapons released the book “Dokazukha”. The book is written by practicing attorneys — Oleg V. Maltsev, Ph.D., Candidate of Psychological Sciences, and attorney Evgenia Vasilyevna Tarasenko. “Dokazuha” is the first book in a series of books about the scientific problems of advocacy at the intersection of such sciences as criminology, psychology, and sociology.
Book “The Orthodox Lobby in Russian Wikipedia”
The reason for the creation of the book “Orthodox lobby in Russian Wikipedia” was the actions of the patroller in Russian Wikipedia with the nickname Tempus, which the authors of the book regard as open and gross violations of Wikipedia rules. The authors were approached by a user who gave evidence that the member Tempus, removes information with links to authoritative sources, and administrators turn a blind eye to it. The authors of the book are: lawyer Panchenko Olga and editor-in-chief of the media “Unsolved Crimes” newspaper Konstantin Slobodyanyuk. The book was written under the auspices of the Information Security Institute.
Book “Mormons. Children Under Voltage”
“Mormons. Children Under Voltage” was written as a result of scientific research in 2014. It describes the nature of how the sparse Mormon Church became one of the richest in the world. The book is based on a scientific comparative analysis of the research of the “Mormon Church” by Soviet academic G. S. Popov and his colleagues, as well as the findings of scholar Oleg Viktorovich Maltsev.