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Recognising threat - the importance of pre-incident surveillance
The attacks in Paris on 13th November and London on 7/7 show the planning and preparation spent by terrorists and other groups in gathering information to assist with the target selection and operational planning. Any thought that these events occur by chance or on a whim should be banished.
There is generally a set modus operandi employed in the planning and execution of an attack or serious crime, regardless of the target. These will differ group by group and whilst some may be crude, the majority are professional in nature and military in their precision. A key element is acquiring as much information and intelligence as possible, through open and covert means. This process will entail thorough studies of the building, site, facility, area plans, maps, satellite imagery, websites… followed by surveillance on the ground. The March 11, 2004, when 10 bombs exploded on four packed commuter trains in Madrid in the morning rush hour, killing 191 people, were executed after approximately twelve months of planning, reconnaissance and surveillance.
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Half of UK manufacturers fall victim to cyber attacks
The UK has already suffered stealth cyber attacks on more than 80 manufacturing plants, with criminals deploying tactics that could put critical national infrastructure at risk.
Britain’s spy agencies have warned the bosses of utilities, transport and health services that Russian hackers are invading unprotected networks ahead of a potentially serious attack.
But new evidence shows the attackers are already targeting UK factories. In an anonymous survey of manufacturers, almost half admitted that they have fallen prey to cyber warfare, according to trade group EEF.
Stephen Phipson, the boss of EEF, said 48pc of those surveyed said they have at some time been subject to a cyber security incident, and half of these suffered some financial loss or disruption to business as a result.
Almost 170 manufacturers across the country took part in the survey.
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