GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 26 JULY 2021
July 26, 2021

GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 26 JULY 2021

Our Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Risk Weekly Brief, a joint report with our partners from Cyjax, covers: 
  • Attacks and cybersecurity news
  • Data breaches, fraud and vulnerabilities
  • APT activity and malware campaigns
  • Geopolitical threats and impacts
SIM Report: A week of violence in South Africa has dented the macroeconomic outlook and damaged investor confidence
July 23, 2021

SIM Report: A week of violence in South Africa has dented the macroeconomic outlook and damaged investor confidence

This SIM Report assess the long-term commercial implications of the week of widespread looting and rioting in South Africa
SNAPSHOT: UK faces mounting supply-chain difficulties and international isolation as COVID-19 infections rise rapidly under Johnson’s re-opening strategy
July 23, 2021

SNAPSHOT: UK faces mounting supply-chain difficulties and international isolation as COVID-19 infections rise rapidly under Johnson’s re-opening strategy

Our latest Snapshot examines the implications of the UK government's decision to lift COVID-19 restrictions amid surging cases and widespread disruption 
SIM REPORT: Anti-government unrest in Algeria set to proliferate, presenting challenges for new government
July 22, 2021

SIM REPORT: Anti-government unrest in Algeria set to proliferate, presenting challenges for new government

This North Africa Sub-Regional Intelligence Monitor (SIM) report looks at growing unrest in Algeria and crackdowns on freedom of speech in Tunisia. 
SNAPSHOT: Extensive rioting and looting in South Africa subsides, but underlying socio-economic grievances are likely triggers for further unrest
July 19, 2021

SNAPSHOT: Extensive rioting and looting in South Africa subsides, but underlying socio-economic grievances are likely triggers for further unrest

A week of extensive rioting and looting in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces has led to significant commercial damage and may inflame inter-communal tensions. 
GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 19 JULY 2021
July 19, 2021

GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 19 JULY 2021

Our Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Risk Weekly Brief, a joint report with our partners from Cyjax, covers: 
  • Attacks and cybersecurity news
  • Data breaches, fraud and vulnerabilities
  • APT activity and malware campaigns
  • Geopolitical threats and impacts

HONG KONG MONITOR  16 July 2021
July 16, 2021

HONG KONG MONITOR 16 July 2021

US government set to impose sanctions against officials in Hong Kong; Beijing accuses Washington of ‘double standards’; and UK government uplifts Hong Kong to ‘green list’ allowing entrance without COVID-19 related quarantine. We assess the threats and developments that impact organisations in the week ahead.


SNAPSHOT: Cuba sees largest protests in decades amid growing public anger over handling of economy and pandemic
July 15, 2021

SNAPSHOT: Cuba sees largest protests in decades amid growing public anger over handling of economy and pandemic

This Snapshot analyses anti-government protests across Cuba, the largest demonstrations seen on the communist-run island in decades.

HONG KONG MONITOR  9 July 2021
July 9, 2021

HONG KONG MONITOR 9 July 2021

President Biden extends sanctions powers for another year; Hong Kong police arrest nine in bomb-making probe; proposed privacy law threatens technology companies; and Hong Kong company is recipient of Beijing boycott. We assess the threats and developments that impact organisations in the week ahead.