RiskMap Podcast: The ubiquity of risk in 2017; data nationalism; and Iraq after Mosul

December 2016

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.

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