Civil unrest in Catalonia following the sentencing of independence movement leaders is likely to cause widespread disruptions and may turn violent. Learn what additional risks people are likely to face and get preparedness tips for your organization.
Learn about the Turkish military offensive against the Kurds in northeast Syria and how it may impact the security environment in southeast Turkey.
Preview WorldAware's intelligence-driven risk management solutions with our in-depth analysis of the Saddleridge Fire.
Get access to WorldAware intelligence alerts on the civil unrest in Ecuador.
Learn how to use an after-action review to improve your organization's critical response processes.
Protests have been taking place in Haiti since February 2019 amid allegations of government corruption. Find WorldAware intelligence on protest locations and advice for those in Haiti.
Listen as WorldAware experts Brendan O'Reilly and Tony Roccaforte detail the protest situation in Hong Kong, look at current public opinion, and provide risk mitigation advice to organizations.
Managing risk in a world with widespread instability and growing threats is a challenge all leaders face. Effective crisis management planning can be difficult: all factors, including training, monitoring, response to crisis, and more, must be included in a crisis management plan. As no two events are identical, no crisis management planning can anticipate or address every possible variable. The capability to respond to a crisis in a rapid and effective manner is essential to every organization. A crisis management team that is appropriately resourced to identify, analyze, prepare, monitor...
Watch as Dr. Gary Weber, Sr. Director for Food Safety and Contamination Prevention, talks about a few key elements that affect food safety: weather, cattle operations, produce field testing, processing, and prevention efforts.
A total 10 of drones targeted two major oil installations of the Aramco energy company, Abqaiq and Khurais, in the early hours of Sept. 14. It is important to note this is an evolving situation and the origins of the attacks have yet to be determined. US officials maintain that the drone attacks originated from southern Iran and that the reason the Saudi air defenses did not detect or stop the drones and missiles was that they were pointed southwards to stop attacks from Yemen. The Shi'a Al-Houthi rebel group in Yemen has regularly conducted drone and missile attacks against Saudi...