RiskMap Podcast: Saudi Arabia, Ecuador, & Cameroon

May 1, 2017

In this May 1, 2017 edition of the RiskMap Podcast, Control Risks' analysts around the globe discuss the progress of Saudi Vision 2030 and a recent government reshuffle; what the election of leftist president Lenin Moreno means for Ecuador and the business environment; and a 3-month internet shutdown in Cameroon amid protests that have exposed deep divisions in a country that has long been stable. 


Preparing for the inevitable cyber attack

April 27, 2016

Many organisations still misunderstand how to tackle cyber threats. In this edition of The Dialogue, two industry-leading experts from Control Risks, Greg Esslinger and Kate Yamashita, talk to CEO Richard Fenning about the best ways to prepare for and respond to the inevitable cyber attack.


International Business Attitudes to Corruption: Adequate Procedures

September 25, 2013

In this podcast, Chris Torrens, head of anti-corruption services for Control Risks in Europe and Africa talks through some of the key findings from the recent corruption survey conducted for Control Risks by The Economist Intelligence Unit. He focuses on the issue of adequate procedures.


Hurricane Sandy - Business Continuity Implications

October 30, 2012

Control Risks Chief Executive Richard Fenning talks to the BBC World Service about the impact of Hurrican Sandy and its implications for business continuity.