COVID-19: Impact on Kidnap for Ransom Activity

17 April 2020

In a special blog for Security magazine, Brittany Damora, Senior Associate at Schillings explains how the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic could trigger a spike in kidnap activity in some parts of the world.

Read the full article here.

*This article was first published on the 13th April 2020 by Security Magazine.

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Brittany Damora

Senior Associate, Advisory

​Brittany has extensive experience in international crisis response and risk mitigation; advising wealth owners, international families and governments on a range of security threats, as well as leading incident response teams when a crisis hits.

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