Dr livingstone I presume...
profrv at nex.net.au
Mon May 3 22:22:31 PDT 1999
"...The Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank has estimated that
the overall cost of the September 11 attacks to the U.S. economy was
between $100-$125 billion, or one percent of the nation's GDP. Over the
next decade government and the private sector combined will spend somewhere
between $500 billion and $1 trillion dollars on homeland security. This
figure could be even significantly higher if the U.S. experiences
additional major terrorist attacks in the coming months and years.
Among the areas projected to enjoy the greatest growth potential in the
security sector are biometric systems, business continuity systems and
services, aviation security, chem-bio defence, and new technologies for
non-invasive inspection of containers and other cargo. Construction
security is also booming.
Dr. Livingstone (pictured right) Chairman & CEO of GlobalOptions, author
and world-renowned crisis management expert will be presenting at the
Security 2002 conference.
More info on Security 2002 conference More info on Dr. Livingstone
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