Company chief executives have a responsibility to protect their staff against terrorism and should not just leave it to the government, argues Richard Kemp
The brutal murder of Lee Rigby on the streets of London in May, allegedly by two men with links to radical jihadists, was a shocking reminder to us all of the enduring threat we face from terrorism. As so often happens when there is an attack, many media commentators and security experts leapt straight to the wrong conclusions, deciding that this type of crude “lone wolf” attack would now be the main security threat facing . . .