Security & Terrorism

September 11, 2001, was just the beginning: Terrorism has become a constant trend of this generation. In the future, terrorist acts will probably move increasingly online. Organizations must brace themselves for that danger and other unpredictable attacks.

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Security & Terrorism

The Boston Marathon bombings in April, 2013, proved that extremists are still capable of wreaking havoc on U.S. soil, long after 9/11 and the death of Osama bin Laden. The worldwide threat of terrorism has become an unpleasant reality, forcing governments and businesses to focus on safeguarding citizens and institutions. getAbstract’s summaries on security and terrorism lend a historical perspective on radical behavior and attempt to analyze current and future risks. getAbstract explains why security experts are more fearful of online attacks that could cripple infrastructures and cause economic upheaval. The chaos resulting from the 9/11 destruction of the Twin Towers in New York City may pale in comparison to a sophisticated technological assault on key computer systems. You’ll learn about the threat of financial terrorism to the U.S. dollar and global capital markets. Our summaries will also explain the ramifications of an economic and political power shift to the Eastern hemisphere.

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Thousands of satisfied getAbstract clients appreciate our ability to simplify complex topics – such as security and terrorism – and make them understandable. We’ll help you make sense of complicated issues such as the connection between oil and politics, and the shadowy world of arms deals. We’ll introduce you to the powerful figures in business and politics – and the unscrupulous characters – whose actions greatly influence events as they unfold. It’s a scary world we live in today. Terrorism is no longer a vague concept; it can rear its ugly head when least expected. getAbstract can help bolster your sense of security.