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Episode 52: with Anja Shortland discussing the risk of hostage crises, piracy and stolen art

Anja Shortland is a Professor of Political Economy at King’s College, London. Her teaching is on the economics of crime and she researches the world’s trickiest trades: the resolution of hostage crises and piracy incidents, stolen and looted art, and ransomware. She is particularly interested in the role of insurers in helping crime victims to […]

Episode 51: with Dominic Bowen discussing risk, climate change, diversity, and risk monitoring

Today is Harriet Tyler’s second interview with Dominic Bowen, and they are discussing risk, climate change, diversity, and risk awareness. Dominic is an experienced leader and risk professional. With 20 years’ experience specialising in operational resilience and risk management, he leads and manages global risk-remediation across various industries and sectors. He has helped teams around […]

Episode 50: with Dominic Bowen discussing risk assessments, China, and the USA

Today Harriet Tyler is interviewing Dominic Bowen, and they are discussing risk assessments, China, the USA, and transparency in the workplace.  Dominic is an experienced leader and risk professional. With 20 years’ experience specialising in operational resilience and risk management, he leads and manages global risk-remediation across various industries and sectors. He has helped teams […]

Episode 49: with guests from the American Counter-Terrorism Research Institute and Storyzy

Today we are joined by two guests.  The first is Ramón Ruti from Storyzy.  He has a computer engineering background and more than 15 years of experience in leading, directing, and managing international cyber risk management projects. He is one of the cofounders of Storyzy, where he leads and supervises the technical team.  Storyzy is […]

Episode 48: with Josephine Wolff discussing ransomware and cyber security

Josephine Wolff is an associate professor of cybersecurity policy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.  Her book “You’ll See This Message When It Is Too Late: The Legal and Economic Aftermath of Cybersecurity Breaches” was published by MIT Press in 2018. Her writing on cybersecurity has also appeared in Slate, […]

Episode 47: with Robert Kabera discussing the genocide in Rwanda, climate change risks, micro-financing opportunities, and chocolate

Robert Kabera is originally from Rwanda, where he and his family lived through the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. He and his family spent six years in refugee camps after the genocide, often without any electricity. Robert went on to study at  Stanford University, and then he founded the credit rating agency Credimarks, with the […]

Episode 46: with Paul Green, founder of The Cockpit Method, discussing risk

Today we are joined by Paul Green who is a commercial airline pilot and founder of The Cockpit Method. Paul founded his own coaching and consultancy business during lockdown after being made redundant from his ‘dream job’, with one simple goal, to help others improve their resilience using the decade’s of risk management experience he […]

Episode 45: with Lisa Reilly from the Global Interagency Security Forum discussing international risk, diversity, and mentally healthy workplaces

Today we are joined by Lisa Reilly from the Global Interagency Security Forum. GISF is a member-led NGO forum that drives change through our global network of over 125 member organisations.  Focused on positively influencing security risk management practice that improves employees internationally, and increases operational effectiveness. Read more about Global Interagency Security Forum 

Episode 44: with Paul Katsoff discussing data security

Today we are joined by Paul Katsoff.  For over a decade Paul has worked with technology companies seeking manageable growth and brand loyalty. He has managed software development, support and sales.  Paul’s career has ranged from being an integral part of a new business start-up team, to becoming a key driver in the business enabling […]

Episode 43: with Allan Wind discussing working for the US Government around the world and managing international risks

Today we are joined by Allan Wind.  Allan is a retired Senior Foreign Service Officer from the US Agency for International Development, often referred to as USAID.  Allan worked with USAID on assignments between 1990 to 2019 in Peru, Nicaragua, Angola, Nigeria, Iraq, Afghanistan and South Africa. He provided oversight to US Government foreign aid […]