ITRR Alerts
** 24 July 2012: TAMC announces a new product: the Mexican Narco-Journal. Please contact us for details. ** 22 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted threats by Fatah Al-Islam against Hindus and Buddhists. * 22 July 2012: TAMC has identified a new audiotape threat against the West from Al-Qaeda in Iraq. ** 21 July 2012: TAMC is providing information on disruptive activities expected in Oakland, CA. * 20 July 2012: TAMC has received multiple communications from various sources indicating the increased potential of terror activity by the jihadist terror group, Al Shabaab. ** 18 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted renewed threats being discussed in jihadist forums regarding their intention to continue attacks against Western and Israeli targets. * 17 July 2012: ITRR and the Counter Agro Terrorism Research Center announce a strategic relationship in the effort to combat the threat of terrorism aimed at the world's agricultural and food supply chain. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC is providing guidance on renewed threats issued against European states by the commander of the jihadist Ansar al-Din group operating in northern Mali. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted calls for demonstrations outside of Saudi embassies in North Africa and Europe demanding the release of prisoners. ** 15 July 2012: TAMC has identified jihadi threats of suicide bombings and various other attacks in Yemen from an all-female Al-Qaeda cell.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Executive Training


Terror techniques used on Israeli targets are far more advanced than many other terror-stricken regions. This program gives Security Managers and executive decision-makers the bird's eye view of how to solve their security challenges.

The Israeli security manager must know what threats may come upon him.

In Israel, civilians and First Responders alike know what it is to be constantly targeted by terrorism. No site is sacred, no target left unthreatened; from bars to cafes, kindergartens to universities, libraries to malls, holy places to stadiums, and of course national governmental, police and military installations.

The quick-changing threats from Islamic Terrorism in the Middle East have created an experienced civilian and government infrastructure of security, threat assessment and threat mitigation. The lessons learned from one event are quickly passed on and implemented at other venues. The goal — to create an up-to-date and viable deterrence to other attacks,

Airports, military installations, government buildings, schools, universities, public transportation and hubs, shopping malls, high-rise buildings, open markets, stadiums, seaports, events, and public meeting places each have different challenges that security personal must overcome to properly protect the public and assets.

The techniques of terror used on Israeli targets are far more advanced from many other terror-stricken regions. The Israeli experience allows security managers and executive decision-makers the birds-eye view from a modern society’s security challenges and solutions.


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Philadelphia, PA 19111

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Jerusalem 91182, Israel

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