Tag Archives: bioterrorism

From dirty bombs to GPS spoofing: New threats to fleets

Trucks and containers

While fleet management might not sound like it is an area where security is a top concern, technology is extending the capabilities of anyone with malicious intent. Continue reading →

Two key steps to help your organization mitigate the impact of a chemical attack

Woman in a white protective suit with a white cap, blue gloves and goggles dropping a liquid from a syringe into a test tube

We’re living in an era of unprecedented terrorist plots and attacks, where hazardous materials, including chemical agents, are now being used outside of warzones to harm civilians. The recent attacks in Dourma, Syria, and in Salisbury, U.K., serve as a … Continue reading →

Bioterrorism: Unthinkable but Insurable

Decontamination Station

The bombings in Boston on April 15 re-kindled concern about a type of risk no one likes to think about: bioterrorism.  Risk managers, however, must think about it and prepare to mitigate as much of the human, environmental and financial … Continue reading →

Video: Change of Direction in Terrorism

In this video interview, I discuss today's changing terrorism landscape. Continue reading →