This past February a powerful car bomb exploded outside a convention center in Madrid, wounding dozens of people and reminding the citizens of that city that the risk of a terrorist attack is omnipresent. It also served notice to Mary Keough-Anderson, manager of conference and meeting management at Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. in Boston, that an event she was responsible for planning could be at risk. The bomb blast actually occurred 100 yards away from her company's Madrid office, and ...

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