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Fairfax, Virginia (Tuesday August 22, 2017) — ENODO Global completed its Bhutan Specialized Analysis to help the Kingdom of Bhutan manage the standoff over the Doklam plateau. ENODO monitored Bhutanese public sentiment through a real-time social media analysis to demonstrate how social media is exacerbating tensions around the conflict and to identify ways for key stakeholders can harness social media to resolve the regional crisis. The Bhutan Specialized Analysis reveals how different forms of social media create solidarity amongst the Bhutanese people, enable them to mobilize around shared...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 18, 2017) — ENODO applied its Social Risk analysis to help diaspora investors increase fundraising, identify investments with the greatest financial return and social impact, and address transparency and corruption for each diaspora community within the home country. “Social Risk analysis fills a critical risk gap in current social impact portfolios and provides value at each stage of the diaspora investment process,” stated ENODO’s Chief Financial Officer Bryan Bloom. “Concentrating first on understanding and then connecting key stakeholders, lowers risk and increases overall impact...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 10, 2017) — ENODO designed the Specialized Analysis Series to demonstrate how its population-centric methodology and customized data analysis platforms can pinpoint Social Risk factors across different geographic areas, regardless of the social, linguistic, and information environments. Our Specialized Analysis Series currently includes analyses of conflicts in India, the Dominican Republic, and Morocco: The Mandsaur India Report details an ongoing agrarian conflict fueled by Social Risk The Dominican Report analyzes the changes in public perception regarding corruption and impunity The Moroccan Report identifies the...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 6, 2017) — ENODO Global’s President, Mr. James Sisco, will appear on the HBO Series VICE News Tonight this evening at 7:30pm. In an interview with VICE correspondent Josh Hersh, Mr. Sisco discusses his relationship with former National Security Advisor (NSA) and Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (ret.). Mr. Sisco provides context to the ongoing headlines surrounding the Russia investigation, based on his 10-year professional and personal relationship with the Lieutenant General. He discusses examples of LTG Flynn’s activities...

Fairfax, Virginia (June 5, 2017) – ENODO Global is excited to welcome Patty Todaro Bolin to its team as the Vice President of Public Sector Engagement. Patty joins ENODO after a 30-year career serving in leadership positions across the public and private sector. As a senior staff member at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), she set mission goals, budget, and staffing for major components. When she transitioned to the private sector she led business development and operational efforts to grow...

Fairfax, VA (June 1, 2017) — ENODO Global partnered with Texas A&M  Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) to develop an on-line training course for first responders titled “Introduction to Population-Centric Social Risk Analysis.” The course is designed to help first responders understand Social Risk and implement solutions to reduce unrest in their communities. The course provides techniques to recognize the factors that propagate instability within communities, make sense of the unpredictable nature of today's dynamic societies, and employ proactive strategies to engage different segments of the population....

Fairfax, Virginia (May 29, 2017) – Mr. Bryan Bloom, ENODO Global’s CFO joined Wharton Business Radio’s “Dollars and Change” to discuss ENODO’s unique approach to risk mitigation and social impact. In the interview, Bryan introduced Social Risk concepts, their impact on specific industries and regions, the limitations of traditional approaches to measure and mitigate their impact, and ENODO’s identity-based methodology. ‘By focusing on a single variable like identity, ENODO is able to bring a repeatable scientific methodology to a previously inconsistent risk analysis process,’ stated Bryan. ‘Accurately...

Fairfax, Virginia (May 23, 2017) – ENODO Global is honored to have Douglas Smith, former Assistant Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), join our Advisory Board. Mr. Smith served as the Assistant Secretary for the Private Sector at DHS where he was responsible for coordinating private sector engagements across all of 22 DHS’ divisions. In addition, Mr. Smith served as the Department’s representative on the President’s Travel and Tourism Advisory and Export Promotion Boards and the White House Business Council. In this role, he...

Fairfax, VA (May 16, 2017) — This Friday, ENODO Global’s President introduces Social Risk impacts on investing in Morocco during a panel discussion at the second annual CEO Small Business Summit. Jim will introduce findings from a recent ENODO report that illustrate the relationship between Security, Social Risk, and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Morocco. The study uncovered how external and internal security challenges are compounded by underlying social tensions across otherwise disparate subsets of the population. “The 2011 constitutional reforms enacted by King Mohammad VI have...

Fairfax, VA (April 25, 2017) — Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic news agency “Acento” published an article titled “Cases of corruption have high potential to do social, political and economic damages, study says.” The newspaper obtained a copy of an analysis recently conducted by ENODO Global, which uncovered evolving social dynamics due to the Odebrecht corruption scandal. The article states, “A study by the ENODO Global organization shows that the perception of corruption has rapidly changed and that the potential for political, economic and social damage is...