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  Posted on: Sunday, November 25, 2018
PERSPECTIVE: 3 Keys to Hardening Concerts, Event Venues Against Inevitable Attack Attempts
Homeland Security Today
Plots against concerts and special events will continue to occur at the hands of the full spectrum of lone offenders/homegrown violent extremists and terrorist groups. Based on some of their past attacks, motivations, intentions, and capabilities, some might succeed. It is only a matter of how well security professionals mitigate against these attacks.

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Explosives:
3/22/18   Raytheon Technology successfully tests high-power microwave capabilities against drones
3/12/18   Measure combating vehicular terrorism advances
3/1/18   TSA, Amtrak test equipment that can detect suicide vests on travelers
2/14/18   Bomber gets life in prison for New York, New Jersey attacks
2/12/18   Spotting IEDs from a safe distance
1/31/18   ISIS bomb-making videos continue to be available on Google platforms
1/11/18   House approves bill aiming to bolster domestic breeders of bomb detecting dogs
12/22/17   What can be done to prevent deadly car rammings?
12/11/17   DHS establishes the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction office
12/7/17   Secretary Nielsen Announces the Establishment of the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office
11/28/17   Leaflets dropped over NFL games revive concerns about drones
8/25/17   Vehicles: Terrorists’ new weapon of choice
8/1/17   New optical device detects drugs, bomb-making chemicals
7/26/17   U.S. weapons main source of trade in illegal arms on the Dark Web
7/14/17   A single nuke's impact should be measured by more than megatons
7/3/17   Addressing the threat of vehicle-borne IEDs
5/18/17   Increasing Use of Drones to Conduct Terrorism Might Spread From Middle East to the West
5/11/17   Florida man charged with plotting to bomb Target stores
5/5/17   ISIS Calls on Jihadists to Buy Weapons At Gun Shows To Carry Out Attacks, Lists Top Public Spaces to Assault
5/5/17   ISIS Tells Jihadists To Attack U.S. Gun Store Owners As Way To Acquire Firearms
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