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Guarding Against a Terrorist Attack

  • ID: 29043
  • March 2003
  • 5 pages
  • Faulkner
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For both private sector companies and public sector agencies, the strategy for combating terrorism, while complex in implementation, is simple in concept:

Render facilities unattractive as potential targets.

This means making facilities difficult to attack, while, at the same time, reducing the potential damage from a successful attack.

Currently, the majority of US commercial interests are defenseless or, at best, a "soft target" for terrorists, with petroleum and chemical facilities the most "lucrative" in terms of potential damage.

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