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A Well-Planned Assassination

In response to several queries we received about the tactics used by the RAF we have decided to post an analysis of an assassination carried out by the RAF in Germany in 1989. … [READ MORE]

No More Martyrs: A Shift in Terror Tactics?

As police across Europe and the Middle East continue their search for Istanbul nightclub attacker Lakhe Mashrapov, one cannot but notice an emerging trend with terror attacks over the past two years, namely, the apparent intent by some terrorists to survive the event. … [READ MORE]

Berlin Attack Fits Recent Terror Pattern

The attack against a Christmas market in Berlin follows an all too familiar pattern. … [READ MORE]

A New Approach to Public Safety

Business Executives for National Security (BENS) released an Issue Paper yesterday advocating for a new, networked approach to public safety. This approach focuses on the development of public/private partnerships to improve America’s ability to address an increasingly complex threat environment. … [READ MORE]

Potentially Malicious Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Increases

This report from CTC shows why we continue to encourage all of our clients to remain vigilant to this potential threat. … [READ MORE]

Sexual Predator on the Loose: Law Enforcement Seeking Help from the Public

Private citizens can provide actionable intelligence on a wide-variety of criminal activities and should be encouraged/reminded that sometimes even the smallest bit of information can lead to a major investigation. … [READ MORE]

TRAPWIRE Vendor Performance Award

TRAPWIRE Inc. has received an Exceptional Vendor Recognition Award from the Texas Department of Public Safety. … [READ MORE]

Reactions to the New York Attack: Finding the Balance Between Long-Term and Short-Term Goals in Countering Terror

We must provide our first-responders with the ability to keep us “left of boom,” rather than reacting to the threat after it has happened. … [READ MORE]