Journalists in the US will continue to face significant risks to their operational safety in 2021, including physical harm to personnel, damage to equipment, and harassment campaigns.
PGI's Geopolitical Intelligence team have put together a list of some of the key risks for 2021.
Parler isn’t the problem: Why de-platforming won’t stop the spread of far-right ideologies in the US
Apple and Google have recently pulled the social networking site Parler from their App stores, stating that the app failed to comply with content moderation requirements.
In this edition of the Forecast, the PGI Geopolitical Analysis team have identified major changes in international relations in several regions, along with political violence and civil unrest related to election activity and COVID-19.
Marine and offshore organisations are now required to implement the necessary cyber security measures set out by the IMO in time for their next annual International Safety Management (ISM) Document of Compliance (DOC) verification, after 1st January 2021.
US President-elect Joe Biden aims to restart talks with Tehran over a 2015 nuclear that outgoing President Donald Trump withdrew from in 2018.
The conflict and the COVID-19 pandemic will contribute to worsening economic conditions that could increase hostility to the government, but it is unlikely to strengthen opposition enough to pressure Pashinyan out of office.
Phishing is not new, but 2020 has seen the type of environmental changes that have given it a new lease of life.
Belarus: Prospect of Russian intervention unlikely amid ongoing unrest
Protection Group International (PGI) is proud to be partnering with IASME Consortium—the recognised partner for the Government-backed Cyber Essentials certification scheme—on the upcoming Cyber Secure Charities campaign.