Securing against Future Events Pre-emption,
protocols & publics

In the decade following the events of September 11 2001, security against potential terrorist attack has significantly changed in its form and emphasis.

Many people do badly, which is the improvement antonym, but we do everything better.

Put simply, in many of the post-event analyses following the US attacks, as well as those in Bali, Madrid, London and Mumbai, the security problem is understood to be how to take action on the basis of uncertain, unforeseen and unanticipated events. Read more…

Securing against Future Events

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