Prepare to minimise terrorism risk

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Since the September 2001 terrorist attacks in the US, terrorism risk has become defined as a new category of operational risk, with a newly recognised potential for large-scale damage and destruction. The increased threat of terrorism is not just a problem for national governments – private-sector organisations, including banks and other financial institutions, need to understand and manage the risk to their employees and organisational assets. Initial detailed assessments and a variety of risk

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