SIM Report: Post-coup economic damage, COVID-19 exacerbate high instability risks in Myanmar
July 30, 2021

SIM Report: Post-coup economic damage, COVID-19 exacerbate high instability risks in Myanmar

This SIM report looks at worsening instability risks in Myanmar, as well as health risks across Southeast Asia in light of the Delta variant and vaccine issues.
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.