Identifying terror threats


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The aim to identify “strangers” became particularly relevant

The correspondence of employees in the corporate chat was intercepted. The employees were discussing the war in Syria, and one of them spoke negatively of Russia’s role in the conflict.  
Incident investigation and prevention: The risk management department checked the unreliable employee and found out that this person downloaded and printed out brochures on religious topics at work.

Political affiliation, views or extremism can stir up some mess in a corporate atmosphere within a team, and make colleagues feel uncomfortable. Unhealthy behaviour can lead to other employees dismissal.

Terrorist supporters can always become a problem for the company, so businesses are trying to make sure they can identify a potential offender before a violation occurs or the workplace environment gets destabilized. This employee was included in the specially created risk group and taken under control.

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