War on Al Qaeda Affiliates Succeeding but Long-term Persistence Critical, CIA Vets Say

The United States and its allies are effectively beating back al Qaeda and affiliated movements around the world, but to waver would let the groups quickly regain strength, four senior veterans of the effort said Wednesday

Terrorism Attacks and Arrests in Europe Down for Second Straight Year

Both the number of terrorism attacks and arrests have decreased for the second straight year across continental Europe as the percentage of successful prosecutions rose, according to Europol.

The Vexing Problem of Culture in Managing Security Globally

Multinational corporations must the weigh the delicate balance between their security culture, their industry's security culture, and the security culture of where they do business.

The Pursuit of Next-Generation Explosives Detection

New explosive detection technologies try to keep pace with terrorist innovation, exemplified by the Christmas Day attempt against a U.S.-bound airliner.

Car Bomb Adds Dark Precedent to Juarez Narco-War

The drug war just across the border from El Paso, Texas, just got closer to Baghdad last week after Cuidad Juárez experienced its first car bomb, killing two police officers and a paramedic and injuring seven people.

Retired Israeli Intel Officer: U.S. a Victim of Its Own Omissions

A retired Israeli intelligence professional offers alternative ways to fight al Qaeda and jihadism in general.

Police Association: LAX Vulnerable to Terrorist Attack

California state and local lawmakers are calling for a review of security at Los Angeles International Airport after a local police organization says the terminals are vulnerable to terrorist attacks.

Think Tank to White House: Define Your Enemy

A strategic report from an influential D.C. think tank argues the U.S. must actively engage, debate, and discredit the radical Islamist ideology that creates jihadist terrorists if the United States is to win the war on terrorism.

Profile of a British Islamist As a Terrorist

On the anniversity of the 7-7 bombings, a new report from a U.K. think tank breaks down the 124 individuals who have committed Islamism-related offenses inside the United Kingdom since 1999.

Making Sure Your Employees Come Home Safe

When sending employees overseas for travel, companies have a duty of care to ensure they provide the necessary security protocols, training, and contingency plans to ensure they come home safe and sound.

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