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Episode 27: with Dana Motley on social media risks, online investigations, and cyber threats

Today we have invited a previous guest back for a follow-up conversation.  We had so many people contact us asking to hear more from this guest, so we have invited her back. Dana Motley is the founder of Motley Matrix Business Solutions. Her company provides business intelligence, cyber investigations, and social media analysis.  She brings […]

Episode 26: with Susana Ferreira on migration and population risks

Today we are joined by Susana Ferreira, PhD in International Relations and International Security.  She is a Lecturer in Risk Management in Conflicts and Co-Director of the Master in International Relations program.  She is a researcher at: the Security Research, Risk and Conflict Management Group;  the Portuguese Institute of International Relations; the Research Group on […]

Episode 25: with Maik Schwarz on establishing risk management structures in radically complex environments

Today we are joined by Maik Schwarz.  Maik grew up in Somalia at the end of the 1980s and has since worked in all kinds of complex and volatile environments. He served two tours of duty in Afghanistan with the Germany military and in 2007 he transitioned to the development sector and stayed in Afghanistan […]

Episode 24: with Dominic Bowen on risk management, duty of care, and the benefits of risk monitoring

In today’s podcast, Dominic is interviewed by Harriet Tyler.  She asks Dominic questions about how he has managed risks in Yemen, Iraq, and Haiti, and how risks differ between countries and the sort of risk considerations that all people and companies should be considering, even when travelling to relatively safe places like London or Frankfurt.  […]

Episode 23: Gail Rego, human rights activist, intersectional feminist, and ethical technologist

Today we are joined by Gail Rego Rego.  Gail is a human rights activist, intersectional feminist and ethical technologist with a decade of experience in communication and community building roles within the social impact sector in countries like the UAE, Colombia, Austria, Kenya, and Belgium. By day, she is a storyteller on the impact of […]

Episode 22: with Mira Suleimenova from the Privacy Issues

Today we are joined by Dr. Mira Suleimenova.  Mira is an international privacy and data protection consultant. Mira holds a doctoral degree in Law and worked in legal consulting focusing on international investment protection for more than a decade.  Blending her legal background with an affinity for technology, she became an expert in international privacy. […]

Episode 21: with Dana Motley from Motley Matrix Business Solutions

Today, we’re joined by Dana. Dana Motley is the founder of Motley Matrix Business Solutions, providing business intelligence, cyber investigations and social media analysis. She brings 12 years of experience in intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance technologies, social media intelligence, Open Source Intelligence, digital marketing, media relations, and partnered with a lifetime of volunteer work dedicated […]

Episode 20: with Rafael Cabrera from Strategic Intelligence Analyst for Latin America

Today, we’re joined by Rafael Cabrera. Rafael is a senior strategic intelligence analyst for Latin America. He was a founding partner of the Risko consultancies. He was also in charge of the corporate intelligence unit of the Banco Sabadell in Mexico, and the deputy director of strategic liaison of human rights at Mexico City. He’s […]

Episode 19: with William Clapton from the University of New South Wales

Today we are joined by William Clapton is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations at UNSW Sydney. He is the author of Risk and Hierarchy in International Society: Liberal Interventionism in the Post-Cold Era (Palgrave, 2014) and has published articles in International Relations; International Politics;  and the Australian Journal of International Affairs. His upcoming book, […]

Episode 18: with Ken Duckworth from National Alliance for Mental Illness

Today we are joined by Ken Duckworth.  Ken’s journey into psychiatry started when he was a boy growing up with a dad who experienced severe bipolar disorder. His father was loving, kind and periodically quite ill, hospitalized for months at a time. Ken became a psychiatrist in part to help his father. He is very […]