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Looking into Self-Initiated Terrorist (S-IT), who, what, where and why?
Threat levels are designed to give a broad indication of the likelihood of a terrorist attack.
Whilst the likelihood of a terrorist attack is relatively low, it is important to understand the varying levels of complexity that an attack can manifest.
In this article we take an analytical look into the threat from Blunt and Bladed Force Weapons.
In this article we take an analytical look into the threat the UK faces from drones.
The threat of a terrorist attack by firearm in the UK is not likely, but it is important to understand how the threat of firearms may impact you or your business.
What is a directed or enabled terrorist attack?

A directed terrorist attack is one that has been carried out by terrorists trained, funded, and logistically supported by terrorist groups, predominantly those based overseas.

An enabled terrorist attack is one carried out by terrorists who have received some support…
Cyber-attacks against UK businesses take a number of forms and vary significantly in scale and complexity.
The ProtectUK Analysts give an insight into Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats.