Frederick Shepherd, Head of Intelligence Operations With the growing demand for cryptocurrency assets, particularly amongst retail investors, a range of new companies have been established to cater for those who want to buy and sell digital currencies without having to wrap their heads around concepts like blockchain, ledgers or mining.
In this insight, PGI's South America analysts look at the the potential outcomes of the June presidential elections in Peru.
Like the pipe with a slow drip that seems to be impacting your water bill, sometimes data leakage can go unnoticed for a long time or until it’s too late.
MEDIA RELEASE: Protection Group International (PGI) teams up with the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre
PGI is delighted to announce that it has become an official Trusted Partner of the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre (ECRC) in order to better help businesses achieve cyber resilience.
Given the BJP’s loss in West Bengal, and criticism of the government’s handling of COVID-19, will Modi be able to retain power for a third term?
Fighting between Israel and Gaza-based militants has erupted over a range of grievances but is unlikely to escalate into a full-scale war.
PGI's Geopolitical Risk team have developed an analysis piece exploring the future economic situation and outlook in Colombia in light of ongoing unrest.
PGI's analysts look at how social media trolls utilise the reach of big brand accounts to amplify their hostile beliefs, using the recent and highly publicised trolling of the Sainbury's Christmas ad.
Moscow is unlikely to launch a large-scale conflict with Ukraine in the near-term due to the high economic cost, and low domestic support.
Chris Preece, Head of Penetration Testing Not a week goes by that we don’t see a headline in the press that mentions something along the lines of “sophisticated phishing attack” or “new phishing attack approach”. The thing is: as long as we continue to embed technological innovation into our processes…