For a complete PDF of this press release, see TCT_Symposium_Press_Release.pdf START will be participating in a one-day symposium on Technology, Crime, & Terrorism at the University of Maryland October 6, 2010 from 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm. START's panel, "Dimensions of the Terrorist-Technology Nexus", begins at 8:45 am and will address these questions:
- How does Al Qaeda operate and what do they know about us?
- What are the most effective means of training terrorists?
- Are weapons of mass destruction likely to be used?
- What does the future hold for terrorist weapon innovations?
- Gary Ackerman, Assistant Director for Communication and Research, START
- Jarret Brachmann, Faculty Member , North Dakota State University and Director of Cronus Global, a counterterrorism consulting firm
- Michael Kenney, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Pennsylvania State University and Fellow at Penn State's International Center for the Study of Terrorism
Moderated by: Gary LaFree, Director of START and Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Maryland
Event Website: http://www.umd.edu/tctsymposium/
Event Live Webstreaming: http://www.umd.edu/tctsymposium/
Event Live Tweets: http://twitter.com/START_umd hash tag #tctsymp Read the full press release: START Panel Addresses Key Questions in Terrorism