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With the resurfacing of Osama Bin Laden, even risk managers with solid terrorism mitigation programs in place might be wondering if they can ever do enough to keep their people, facilities, shipments and products safe. The key is flexibility, keeping a global focus and using technology to circumvent problems before they occur, leading security experts advise.

“The new sighting of Bin Laden to a great extent changes perception and awareness of the [terrorism] issue–that it is an ongoing problem,” said Christopher Grniet, vice president with Kroll Schiff & Associates, the security consulting and engineering division of Kroll Inc. “Many I’ve spoken to understand that it is not a question of if, but when. It places them on a higher level of alert and changes how they think in the near-term about what their security programs need to do.”

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