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… we take a look into the latest insights on the threat from Islamist Terrorism. … What is Islamist Terrorism? Islamist Terrorism 1  can be described …
… or mobilise to violence (as defined in Section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2000) without material support or personal … threat from Self-Initiated Terrorists (S-IT) Self-Initiated Terrorism currently constitutes the most significant … Terrorism can emerge from any ideology, including Islamist terrorism, Extreme Right Wing Terrorism (ERWT) or …
… security risk, alongside international armed conflict, terrorism and natural disasters. Cyber attacks are malicious … that attaches and runs itself on the SQL database.   Cyberterrorism It is likely terrorist cyber activity against the … describing threats in intelligence assessments, Counter Terrorism Policing utilises the Probabilistic Yardstick.  …
… casualties, they would not now reach the threshold for terrorism. Pyro-terrorism – a term derived from the Greek … centres, as credible targets. Despite propaganda from Islamist Terrorist groups advocating the use of fire in attacks against the West, Islamist Terrorists in the UK are less likely to favour this …
… Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism (ERWT) describes those involved in Extreme … Extremists based overseas. … What is Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism? Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism (ERWT) describes those involved in Extreme …
… or damage infrastructure. Headline Assessment If either an Islamist terrorist or Extreme Right-Wing terrorist attack …   Does this differ between ideologies? If either an Islamist terrorist or Extreme Right-Wing terrorist attack … the UK motivated by Left-Wing, Anarchist and Single-Issue Terrorism (LASIT) ideology is unlikely. Although Islamist
… individuals face from Left-Wing, Anarchist and Single-Issue Terrorism (LASIT). … What is LASIT? Left-Wing, Anarchist and Single-Issue Terrorism (LASIT) encompasses a wide range of ideologies. It … than those motivated by extreme right-wing terrorist or Islamist extremist ideology. However, with little LASIT …
… highly unlikely that someone known to law enforcement for terrorism related offences would be able to acquire a … describing threats in intelligence assessments, Counter Terrorism Policing utilises the Probabilistic Yardstick. The …
… (BBFW) is the most likely attack methodology if either an Islamist or Extreme Right Wing Terrorist (ERWT) attack were … to other bladed weapons. A BBFW attack motivated by an Islamist ideology will likely occur in publicly   accessible … describing threats in intelligence assessments, Counter Terrorism Policing utilises the Probabilistic Yardstick.  …
… Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats. … What is CBRN Terrorism? CBRN terrorism is the term used to describe the terrorist use (or … a variety of ways when inhaled, ingested or absorbed. CBRN terrorism does not include any state use of CBRN materials, …