I don't know under which heading to place this, but this is an interesting study group on the awareness of radicalization on all sides of the sphere. The tie-in to cybersecurity is that many of the potential adversaries are very able to use digital devices in the furtherance of their desires to exact pain and suffering on our communities.
A very good site, and quite insightful too - what one might term it as geographical intelligence and its socio-economic impacts as a wider perspective to finding patterns of behaviour, which may trigger the next terrorism attack.
Which is also something that the intelligence community will be looking at very closely themselves these days.
Thank you. What I particularly appreciate, too, is that there is a practical aspect. If one is concerned about a person's behavior, friends, parents, loved ones can reach out for help.and make an intervention plan.
Antisocial behaviors are rooted in so much misunderstanding and faulty cognitive thinking (sense of justice/injustice, right/wrong, should, must, etc.)
Rather than confront violence with violence, there are other ways to reduce harm.