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- Clandestine human-source intelligence : clandestine operations by people who secretly collect intelligence, and their support by couriers, forgers, radio operators, and other operational personnel.
- Clandestine human-source intelligence operational techniques : "Tradecraft" of espionage and activities supporting it, such as secret communication, document forgery, etc.
- Counterintelligence : Countermeasures to foreign intelligence organizations collecting intelligence against one's own side.
- Compartmented control system : A set of controls, in addition to a regular national security classifications, that adds additional security restrictions to especially sensitive information
- Al-Qaeda : International islamist terrorist network. Responsible for the 9-11 attack and other terrorist attacks.
- Abu Musab al-Suri : A theoretician, associated with the design of the current al-Qaeda cell system, of Syrian ancestry, in al-Qaeda and Syrian Jamaat e Jihal al Suri; identified by Jamal al-Fadl; may be in unacknowledged U.S. or Syrian custody and has been indicted by Spain
- Abu Musab al-Zarqawi : Killed in an airstrike in 2006, the head of al-Qaeda in Iraq, who had previously run a separate organization
- Saad al-Faqih : A U.K.-based surgeon and Saudi dissident, who has been designated a terrorist supporter of al-Qaeda by the United States; he describes himself as a Saudi reformer
- 1998 bombings of U.S. Embassies in Africa : Vehicle-borne suicide bomb attacks, conducted by al-Qaeda approximately nine minutes apart, on U.S. Embassies and civilian buildings in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya on August 7, 1998
- 9-11 Attacks : Add brief definition or description
- Leaderless resistance : Principally used in the context of U.S. right-wing extremism, the concept of terrorism conducted by individuals or very small groups "below the radar" of security forces; comparable to self-radicalization in radical Islamism
- Self-radicalization : A phenomenon in which individuals become terrorists without joining an established radical group, although they may be influenced by its ideology and message
- Fault tolerance : A characteristic of a system such that it can have one or more subcomponents fail, yet have the system continue to operate with at least partial functionality
- Counterterrorism : A range of activities that prevent attempted terrorism well before an actual act is close to being executed, including killing or capturing terrorists; complements and can include anti-terrorism, or measures taken to minimize the impact of an attempted or completed act; counterterrorism proper is "enemy centric" rather than counterinsurgency, which is "people-centric"