Terror alerts spur DR plans

Intelligence last week indicated that terror group Al Qaeda has set its sights on the New York Stock Exchange, Citigroup buildings in Manhattan and Long Island City, Prudential Financial in Newark, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank in Washington.

While some firms may have become immune to warnings from the Bush administration, Lloyd Hession, chief security officer for the network services provider Radianz in New York said: "This was specific. It got people to focus back on

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