Honorary Research FellowFocus: Crime and Criminology, Cybercrime and Society, Transnational Organized Crime, Financial Crime, Street and Prison Gangs, Illicit Enter Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgVertical Tabs BioR.V. Gundur is a criminologist at the University of the West of Scotland and an Honorary Research Fellow at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social & Economic Studies (SALISES), The University of the West Indies. He is the author of Trying to Make It: The Enterprises, Gangs, and People of the American Drug Trade. He studies illicit enterprise, gangs, and cybercrime. His current research examines financial aspects of cybercrime, financial cybercrime, and how people with poor technological literacy may be victimized in an increasingly digital world. R.V. holds a PhD in criminology from Cardiff University, where he was an ESRC scholar; and International Diploma in Anti Money Laundering from the International Compliance Association; a Master’s in Criminology Research Methods from the University of Oxford; a Master’s of Arts in International Relations from The Australian National University, where he was a Hedley Bull Scholar; and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Spanish and Latin American Studies from Tulane University. R.V. has taught in Wales, Singapore, and Australia. His work has appeared on reports published by the European Union and the City of London Corporation and he has been published in several academic journals including Urban Affairs Review; Victims and Offenders; Deviant Behavior; Crime, Law and Social Change; Trends in Organized Crime; Global Crime, and International Criminal Justice Review.