RiskMap: Risk in 2017, data nationalism and Iraq
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RiskMap Podcast: The ubiquity of risk in 2017; data nationalism; and Iraq after Mosul
In this special edition of the RiskMap podcast, Control Risks CEO Richard Fenning explains the shifting nature of risk in 2017 and how global businesses should adapt. Rose Bernard tells us about data nationalism, the emerging turf war over cyber-regulation, and how it is going to make life very difficult for companies. Finally, Glen Ransom takes us deep into Iraq after the offensive on Mosul. IS may be gone, but old divisions are being renewed.
The RiskMap Podcast - A conversation about what's happening in the world and what it means for global business.
In this RiskMap podcast we provide an update on the crisis in Venezuela and the outlook for businesses operating there, how companies can get ahead of the ever-shifting cyber threat and the upcoming presidential election in Angola.
We discuss event security in the wake of the Manchester attack the impossible choice facing Brazil as yet another president faces allegations of corruption.
We discuss what the election of president Moon Jae-in means for South Korea and global politics; the likely outcome of the election in Iran; and what to expect from the G7 Summit.
Control Risks' analysts discuss the progress of Saudi Vision 2030 and a recent government reshuffle; what the election of leftist president Lenin Moreno means for Ecuador and a 3-month internet shutdown in Cameroon amid protests.