Blue Glacier Publishes Report on Nashville Bombing

FAIRFAX, Va. -- Blue Glacier Security & Intelligence LLC announced it has published a thought-provoking report on the bombing in Nashville, Tennessee that occurred on December 25, 2020. The security risk analysis includes a discussion on the perpetrator (Anthony Warner), the bomb's effects and impacts on the AT&T network hub and beyond, physical vulnerabilities of critical infrastructure, threat outlook and a red team alternate scenario.

The 17-page report is based entirely on Blue Glacier's security risk management expertise and publicly available information. Roughly 100 sources were used to write the report.

A few of the report's key judgements:

* Anthony Warner's attack likely does not qualify as terrorism, as there is currently no publicly known evidence of Warner's desire to intimidate or coerce a civilian population or government.

* Starting at least 16 months prior to the attack, Warner likely displayed at least four warning behaviors related to violence risk.

* Warner's attack highlights the physical vulnerabilities of some critical infrastructure, especially the communications sector.

"We were most surprised by warning behaviors Anthony Warner exhibited prior to his attack," notes K. Campbell, a principal at Blue Glacier. "Our analysis also lays bare that a lone offender with explosives can cause widespread, regional disruption. U.S. critical infrastructure is more vulnerable than many people realize."

Blue Glacier is a military veteran-owned security and intelligence consultancy that specializes in all-hazards security risk assessments, business continuity and disaster preparedness planning, workplace violence training and intelligence.

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