November 02, 2012
The Incident Management Group, Inc. (IMG), a top employee security consulting company, is announcing a revaluation of the threat posed by Al Qaeda in order to enhance the travel security of its clients...Osama Bin Laden has been killed and the Arab Spring has kindled protests and instability in Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Syria, and the Arabian peninsula. Terrorism continues to be a concern in the region and there have been attacks, conflict, and suspected terrorist activity in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt, and the Arabian Peninsula. Although Al Qaeda has been weakened due to the death of Osama Bin Laden and other counterterrorism efforts, the threat of terrorism has morphed and metastasized. Groups affiliated with Al Qaeda are attempting to take advantage of the Arab Spring, anti-government protests, and regional instability in Iraq, Syria, Egypt, the Arabian Peninsula, and other parts of the Arab world. IMG is taking steps to assess the new threat of Al Qaeda’s changing activity and organization in order to thwart future attacks and protect its clients.
“There is no doubt that Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups are changing in response to the events of the Arab Spring, particularly the protests and instability in places such as Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya, and the Arabian Peninsula,” according to Christopher Hagon, CEO of IMG Inc. “That is why we think it is important to reevaluate the changing nature of Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups operating in the region. Even though Bin Laden is dead, Al Qaeda and other groups will continue to attack western targets and attempt to hijack events during the Arab Spring such as anti-government protests...Corporate or business organizations concerned about international employee security, risk assessments for operations in countries like Mexico, Brazil, China or India, or crisis management services can reach out to the IMG Group for help. The company’s expert security consultants provide services such executive, employee, and VIP travel security, risk and threat assessments, and workplace violence prevention.
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