Category: Risk

How reliable are terrorist ‘defectors’?

Why many countries believe that everyone, regardless of the offence they committed, even a terrorist, deserves a second chance.

The damned if you do damned if you don’t problem with CVE

If we want to reduce the number of terrorist attacks, we need to have agencies other than security services and law enforcement talking to and listening to communities.

First UK airport trial of a drone surveillance system takes place at London Southend (and it can even find the location of the user)

London airport successfully tested a ground-breaking surveillance system that allows to track and stop 'rogue' drones being flown close to the final approach.

World’s Most Powerful Geyser Erupts Three Times After Years of Quiet | National Geographic

After years without a blast, the world's tallest geyser, Yellowstone's fitful Steamboat, has erupted three times in less than two months.

The problem with terrorism ‘expertise’

When you listen to a self-styled expert on terrorism, check out why they are so. What have they written? Where do they get their information from? Why are they offering comment?

A journalist’s responsibility to help counter terrorism forces

Where does the job as a journalist ends and the job as a citizen begins? An analysis by Phil Gurski.

Another Monty Python moment, if it were not so serious

Who decides what a religion is and is not? I want to build on the Crusader theme for today’s piece in light of a recent US trial.

Resilient Los Angeles: A conversation with 100RC President Michael Berkowitz and Mayor Eric Garcetti

In February 2018, the City of Los Angeles released the world's 38th resilience strategy, a visionary and concrete plan for a resilient future!

Emerging food safety issues: what do consumers want to know?

EFSA asked Europeans for their views on emerging risks in the food chain, and how they would like to be informed about them.

What John Cleese taught me about terrorism

Is there a link between Month Python and terrorism? Surely not... But when you think about it... An analysis by Phil Gurski.

Set the Standard – ISO 22316 – Guidelines for organizational resilience

ISO 22316 provides guidance to enhance organizational resilience and being able to make informed tactical and strategic decisions.

Playing safe with kids’ toys

ISO 8124 already plays an important role in influencing the requirements for toy safety in many countries.

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