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Cybersecurity; A state-of-the-art review

The NCTV (Nationaal Co√∂rdinator Terrorismebestrijding en Veiligheid – ‘National Coordinator for Security and...

Research with publication | 15-08-2019

Radicalization, Terrorism & Psychopathology; State of affairs, gaps and priorities for future research (full text only available in Dutch)

In 2018, there seems to be a consensus among experts that psychopathology cannot lead independently to radicalization or...

Research with publication | 22-01-2019

Public-private partnerships in times of diffuse threat; A study on the diversity of working methods and opportunities in the Dutch and Flemish context (full text only available in Dutch)

In recent years, Europe has been the stage of several terrorist attacks. Mostly soft targets were hit: open locations where...

Research with publication | 30-08-2018

Socialspychological impactfactors in disasters, crises and attacks; A literature review on impact-increasing and impact-reducing factors in disasters, crises and attacks (full text only available in Dutch)

A literature survey was conducted to explore the impact of disasters, crises and attacks on society as a whole, focusing on...

Research with publication | 28-04-2016

Freeze-fight-flight responses in perpetrators of violent attacks and their victims; (full text available only in Dutch)

Recent violent attacks in the Netherlands have highlighted the importance of understanding the behaviors of the perpetrators...

Research with publication | 02-07-2013

Airspace safety

In view of its international context, the call for safety in airspace gives rise to numerous interesting questions in the...

Publication | 08-08-2007

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