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… 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 …
… a look into the latest insights on the threat from Islamist Terrorism. … What is Islamist Terrorism? Islamist Terrorism 1  can be described as terrorist violence …
… 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.  …
… 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 … terrorist threat to the United Kingdom. Self-Initiated Terrorism can emerge from any ideology, including Islamist …
… 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 …
… 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 … that Incel-related activity in the UK remains below the terrorism threshold.   What is LASIT and what ideologies …
… casualties, they would not now reach the threshold for terrorism. Pyro-terrorism – a term derived from the Greek word for fire to … they would likely not meet the current threshold for terrorism.  What does this mean for business and the Public? …
… the UK motivated by Left-Wing, Anarchist and Single-Issue Terrorism (LASIT) ideology is unlikely. Although Islamist … attacks is unclear, they all appear to have been treated as terrorism. Nevertheless, because of different legislation in the various jurisdictions, they may not all reach the terrorism threshold in the UK. Below are some recent …
… 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, …
… describing threats in intelligence assessments, Counter Terrorism Policing utilises the Probabilistic Yardstick.  …