SEC460 Case Analysis

Apr 8th, 2015
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Write an in-depth 2,100- to 2,450-word case analysis of the selected event. Include the following in your analysis: · The participants, planning, objectives, and execution of the event · The vulnerabilities exploited during the event · The human and economic effects of the event · The prescribed countermeasures Consider governmental and civil state of terrorism awareness, causal factors, existing assessments to include exploited vulnerabilities, interagency cooperation or lack thereof, and incident response.

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SEC460 Case AnalysisNameClassDateProfessorSeptember 11, 2001 Every adult in America can tell you where they were when airplanes began to crash into important American landmarks on September 11, 2001 killing thousands of innocent Americans. The international terrorist attack forever changed America and woke the country up to the potential threats facing the nation. This day will never be forgotten and any illusions of safety have forever been shattered. Never before have there been an international terrorist attack on American soil this devastating. Nineteen Islamic extremists hijack four American airplanes murdering thousands of innocent Americans. The events on 9/11 resulted in the death of over 3,000 Americans with 400 being first responders that went into the Twin Towers in order to rescue the injured. Participants, Planning, Objectives, and Execution The attacks on 9/11 were committed by 19 Islamic terrorists that made up different terrorists cells in the country. The 19 men entered the country legally, obtained legitimate jobs, and quietly planned the devastating attacks. The success of the September 11 plot depended on the ability of the hijackers to obtain visas and pass an immigration and customs inspection in order to enter the United States (). The 19 terrorist were also able to go undetected in the country for several years while along making contact with members of the Al Qaeda terrorist group and planning the devastating attac

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