Site Map - Terrorism

State Perspective - Alaska

- Interview with David E. Liebersbach Originally from California, David E. Liebersbach moved to Alaska in 1970 to be a rookie smokejumper for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). He later headed the Alaska Division of Emergency Services before being assigned to oversee what became the state’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management division in 2003.

Terrorism Handbook

- The National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorisms 2006 terrorism yearbook has articles on terrorist tactics from 1980 to 2005 and much more.

Who Owns the Net?

- Who’s responsible for restoring the Web after disruption? Also, advice on laptop security, a book on corporate blogs, and slow compliance with the PCI data security standard.

Is the CIA Too Cautious

- Former CIA agent Robert Baer on intelligence reform, an update on secure building design, and a conversation with New Mexico’s director of homeland security.

Who Owns the Net?

- The Business Roundtable recommends that the private sector take responsibility for fixing weaknesses in key Internet assets.

Who’s Impersonating Hospital Inspectors?

- The fear is that the impostors are terrorists scouting hospitals for vulnerabilities, says Fred Roll, a healthcare security consultant and the president of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS).

Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives Have Penetrated Washington

- If true, this book is terrifying. If false, it’s wildly irresponsible. Sperry writes an alarming exposé of how Muslims have been secretly infiltrating American society, government, and culture, all the while pretending to be peace-loving and patriotic, while actually supporting violent jihad to turn the United States into an Islamic state.

Lady Luck Vs. the Terrorists

- When it comes to fighting terrorism, it’s smart to be lucky.

Chemical Security

- Chemical facilities are making progress. Find out which ones have dramatically reduced the risk of harm from hazardous chemicals. (CAP’s Preventing Toxic Terrorism: How Some Chemical Facilities are Removing Danger to American Communities and the National Research Council’s Terrorism and Chemical Infrastructure: Protecting People and Reducing Vulnerabilities are both available at SM Online.)

Spying Trouble

- Culture clashes among the FBI, CIA, and military intelligence agencies are among the problems in the intelligence community. This report looks at whether progress is being made.

Insurgent Iraq: Al Zarqawi and the New Generation


Rail Security in Transition

- Rail and bus security

Beyond Print

SM Online

See all the latest links and resources that supplement the current issue of Security Management magazine.