Owners and operators of critical infrastructure and places of mass gathering are encouraged to review their security plans.
Following the decision last week by the UK government to increase the threat level from international terrorism from substantial to severe, the US and Australian governments have responded with statements.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has highlighted the potential terrorism threat posed by the Islamic State group.
RIMS has published its response to the US Senate’s passage of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act reauthorization bill.
UK terrorism threat has not increased but has become more unpredictable.
Expansion of DHS remit has weakened its ability to achieve its original terrorism protection mission.
Global security alert advises increased vigilance for terrorist activity.
Represents a renewed effort to coordinate EU and US CBRN assistance activities to mitigate CBRN risks of all kinds.
‘Factors influencing concrete curing during vehicle security barrier installation.’
FBI exercise showed how private industry has an important seat at the table.
The Securing the Cities program seeks to lessen the threat posed by dangerous radiological or nuclear materials against major metropolitan areas in the United States.
Home Secretary Theresa May announces threat-level change from Substantial to Severe.
Peter Power looks at how the UK terrorism threat is changing and what business continuity managers can do to ensure their organization is prepared.
‘Today’s Rising Terrorist Threat and the Danger to the United States: Reflections on the Tenth Anniversary of The 9/11 Commission Report.’
In a statement before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, FBI Director James B. Comey gave an update on recent changes in the terrorism threat landscape.
According to research by Aon, 33 percent of 2013 terrorism attacks affecting the retail sector and 18 percent impacted the transportation sector.
Not very: according to an assessment of a recent YouGov counterterrorism preparedness survey.