McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook: Strategic Guidance for a Coordinated Approach to Effective Security and Emergency Management, Second Edition 2 9780071790840 Featuring a foreword by Michael Chertoff, former Secretary of Homeland Security, The McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook, 2e is the one-stop guide for any professional or student involved in counterterrorism, homeland security, business continuity, or disaster risk management. This indispensable book provides government officials, corporate risk managers, business and security executives, first responders, and all homeland security and emergency prepared-ness professionals with a wide-ranging and definitive overview of critical homeland security issues. The handbook addresses virtually every aspect of homeland security, including terrorism motivated by radical Islamist extremism; transportation and infrastructure protection; community and business resilience; intelligence and information; and the roles of business, academia, science, and the private sector in confronting terrorism and natural disasters. Enriched with the insight and knowledge of renowned national and international experts—from senators and captains of industry to key figures in intelligence, military affairs, diplomacy, international organizations, and academia—this peerless guide offers prescriptive strategies and guidance to help security professionals more effectively manage the risk of terrorism and prepare for and respond to natural disasters. Conveniently organized into thematic sections, The McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook covers: Terrorist and Criminal Threats Policy, Governance, and Legal Responses Interoperability, Information Sharing, and Collaboration Risk Management, Decision Making, and Communication Protecting Critical Infrastructure Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management Private Sector Security and Resilience Thinking, Education, and Training Science and Technology Civil Liberties and Other Legal Issues International Challenges and Approaches The McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook synthesizes the latest information with unmatched scope and detail and discusses what governments, businesses, and citizens must do to manage the risk of disasters and counter evolving threats.
McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook: Strategic Guidance for a Coordinated Approach to Effective Security and Emergency Management, Second Edition

McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook: Strategic Guidance for a Coordinated Approach to Effective Security and Emergency Management, Second Edition

2nd Edition
By David Kamien
ISBN10: 0071790845
ISBN13: 9780071790840
Copyright: 2013

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Hon. Michael Chertoff
Section I: Terrorist and Criminal Threats
Introduction to Section I
David Kamien
Chapter 1—The Legacy of Osama bin Laden’s Strategy
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross
Chapter 2—The Terrorist Threat to Surface Transportation:
The Challenge of Securing Public Places
Brian Michael Jenkins
Chapter 3—Geostrategy of Criminality: Highly Intensive Criminality
Jean-François Gayraud
Chapter 4—The Psychology of Terrorism: Current Understanding and Vital Next Steps
John Morrison
Chapter 5—Twenty-First Century Biological Threats
Senator Bob Graham, Senator Jim Talent, Randy Larsen & Lynne Kidder

Section II: Policy Governance and Legal Responses
Introduction to Section II
David Kamien
Chapter 6—Homeland Security’s National Strategic Position: Goals, Objectives, Measures, and Assessment
Sharon Caudle
Chapter 7—Prosecuting the Financiers of Terrorism
James Gurulé
Chapter 8—Counterterrorism Legislation
Michael Kraft & Brent Davidson
Chapter 9—Intelligency and Information Sharing for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism
Christian Beckner
Chapter 10—Information Sharing Planning Policy to Support Homeland Security Missions
David Kamien

Section III: Interoperability, Information Sharing, and Collaboration
Introduction to Section III
William J. Bratton
Chapter 11—Why We Fail—and How to Succeed: The 25 Pearl Harbor Deficiencies of Leadership and Planning
Robert I. Desourdis, Jr.
Chapter 12—Managing Information Flow for Results: Good and Bad Information Sharing Practices and the Path to Improvement
David Kamien & Jean-François Cloutier
Chapter 13—The Information Sharing Environment Kshemendra Paul
Chapter 14—Fusion Centers: Touchpoints that Promote National Preparedness and Intelligence-led Policing
Ross Ashley & Ray Guideti
Chapter 15—The Necessity of Interagency Collaboration Steven Pugh

Section IV: Risk Management, Decision Making, and Communication
Introduction to Section IV
David Kamien
Chapter 16—Integrating Risk Management with Security and Antiterrorism Resource Allocation Decision Making
Gregory Parnell, Robin Dillon-Merrill, & Terry Bresnick
Chapter 17—Pervasive Readiness: Pipedream or Possible?
Jason Hutchens & Ari Vidali
Chapter 18—The Psychological Perception of Risk
Baruch Fischoff
Chapter 19—The National Terrorism Advisory System
James Carafano & Jessica Zuckerman

Section V: Protecting Critical Infrastructure
Introduction to Section V
Joseph Nimmich
Chapter 20—Critical Infrastructure and Interdependency Revisited
Rae Zimmerman
Chapter 21—Homeland Security for Drinking Water and Wastewater Utilities
Stanley States
Chapter 22—Civil Aviation Security: On the Ground and in the Air
Rafi Ron & Robert Faber
Chapter 23—Creating Disaster Resilient Regions through Whole Community Engagement
Paula Scalingi

Section VI: Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management Introduction to Section VI
Greg Brunelle
Chapter 24—Learning from History: The Evolution of Emergency Management in the United States
Claire B. Rubin & Jude Colle
Chapter 25—A City Once Underwater: Lessons Learned and the Story of the New Orleans Evacuation Plan
J.W. Sneed, Stephen A. Murphy, & Matthew A. Kallmyer
Chapter 26—From Response to Resilience: State Emergency Preparedness Priorities
Governor Martin O’Malley
Chapter 27—Emergency Response: An Overview Ray Lehr
Chapter 28—Understanding and Preparing for the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism
Terri Tanielian & Bradley Stein
Chapter 29—Crisis Preparedness and Crisis Response: The Meta-Leadership Model and Method
Leonard J. Marcus, Barry C. Dorn, Isaac Ashkenazi, Joseph P. Henderson & Eric J. McNulty
Chapter 30—Advice in Crisis: Leaders, Lawyers, and the Art of Disaster Management
Eric Stern, Gregory Saathoff, & Brad Kieserman

Section VII: Private Sector Security and Resilience
Introduction to Section VII
Ira Tannenbaum
Chapter 31—Role of Corporate Security
Ron Kelly
Chapter 32—Corporate Emergency Management
Don Schmidt
Chapter 33—Operational Resilience for Private and Public Sector Organizations
William Gouveia
Chapter 34—Building a Resilient Nation
Steven Flynn & Sean Burke
Chapter 35—The Community Resilience System:
Operationalizing a Whole Community Approach
John Plodinec & W.C. Edwards
Chapter 36—Collaboration not Isolation: A Joined Up Approach to Business Continuity and Resilience
Richard Stones

Section VIII: Thinking, Education, and Training
Introduction to Section VIII
Daniel Stevens
Chapter 37—Systems Thinking and Homeland Security
Sibel McGee & David Kamien
Chapter 38—Perceptual Framing of Homeland Security
Linda A. Kiltz
Chapter 39—Emergency Exercise Design Principles and Objectives
Robert McCreight
Chapter 40—Higher Education in Homeland Security: Current State and Future Trends
Irmak Renda-Tanali

Section IX: Science and Technology
Introduction to Section IX
John Voeller
Chapter 41—Information Technology and Information Sharing
Don Adams
Chapter 42—GIS Technology for Public Safety, Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Russ Johnson
Chapter 43—Technology Foraging: A Novel Approach to Technology Problem Solving within the DHS Science and Technology Directorate
Michael Hopmeier
Chapter 44—Social Media and Crowdsourcing to Help Disaster Management
Jeannie Stamberger & Ahmed Nagy
Chapter 45—EIS: Goals, Progress, and Challenges for the Unified Incident Command and Decision Support National Middleware
James Morentz
Chapter 46—Homeland Security Technology Business Challenges
Rick Wimberly & David Kamien

Section X: Civil Liberties and Other Legal Issues
Introduction to Section X
K.A. Taipale
Chapter 47—Vigilance on Two Fronts: Civil Liberties and the Homeland Security Professional
Laura Murphy
Chapter 48—Government Data Mining
Newton Minow & Fred Cate

Section XI: International Challenges and Approaches
Introduction to Section XI
David Kamien
Chapter 49—The Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA)
Margareta Wahlstrom
Chapter 50—International Approaches to Homeland Security
Nadav Morag
Chapter 51—ISO Security Management Standards
Charles H. Piersall
Chapter 52—Why Fukishima was Preventable
James Acton & Mark Hibbs
Chapter 53—Whole-of-Society Disaster Resilience: The Swedish Way
Helena Lindberg & Bengt Sundelius
Chapter 54—Evolution of Counterterrorism in India
R.V. Raju
Chapter 55—156 Chileans Dead: How the Impact of the 2010 Tsunami Could Have Been Minimized
Nick Lavars
Chapter 56—International Cooperation in Counterterrorism
Gilles De Kerchove

David Nadler