Urban security risk buydown

On November 2008, the city of Mumbai was attacked by Pakastani terrorist gunmen, resulting in 164 deaths. Cities cannot prevent such attacks, but by investing in security capabilities, they can mitigate the consequences. But which combination of security investments are effective?

The urban security risk buydown model allows policymakers and police officials to explore different investments, and the degree that such investments affect how a Mumbai-style attack is contained.

Urban security risk buydown