Britain's largest companies have become considerably more concerned about terrorism in the last year, according to a recent survey conducted by RAND Europe and Janusian Security Risk Management in conjunction with the Financial Times. SM OThirty-six percent of security managers at large U.K. companies expect to be targeted by terrorists, according to the report. That compares to 24 percent in last year's survey. More than 9 in 10 respondents indicated their belief that the Iraq war has increased the threat of global terrorism, and three-quarters of respondents are more concerned about al Qaeda than about "traditional domestic terrorism." Access the report and a press release summarizing the results via SM Online.