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  • Good Practices guide on Non-Nuclear Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection (NNCEIP) from terrorist attacks focusing on threats emanating from cyberspace

    This publication intends to provide a framework that encourages the formulation and implementation of appropriate policies and institutional management of cyber security related to NNCEI, based on a co-operative, integrated (all-hazard) and risk-based approach, and with an emphasis on achieving incident response preparedness, overall infrastructure resilience and energy reliability.

  • Final report of the OSCE online expert forum series on terrorist use of the internet: Threats, responses and potential future endeavours

    This report, prepared by the TNTD/ATU, contains background information and summaries of the duscussions, as well as key themes and recommendations.

  • Women and terrorist radicalization, Final Report

    This is a report of two roundtables, jointly organised by the OSCE Secretariat's Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit (TNTD/ATU), Gender Section and OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), with the purpose to enhance understanding of women terrorist radicalization and women's roles in preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism (VERTL).

  • Money Laundering Typologies in Serbia

    This document is directed toward all concerned with money laundering - investigators, members of the judiciary, researchers, journalists, students, and international partners seeking practical information. It contributes to a better understanding of the money laundering phenomenon in general and specifically its manifestations in Serbia.

  • Needs Assessment on Terrorism Issues, Tajikistan

    The purpose of this document is to provide an assessment in respect of the perceived needs of the Republic of Tajikistan in its efforts to counter terrorism and to identify areas where support from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe may be deemed appropriate. The assessment seeks to identify activity complementary and additional to work already undertaken and ongoing by the OSCE in respect of Counter Terrorism.