"We don’t see any specific credible threat either going toward the holiday season," Deputy Commissioner Miller said on CBS This Morning. "We have made a lot of adjustments based on these kind of attacks."
Also on Tuesday, Miller said in a separate interview on MSNBC that modern day terrorist attacks have become much less sophisticated, and as a result, take far less time to execute.
"You see a terrorist paradigm that is now not directed at toppling towers or destroying buildings, but at achieving maximum lethality with attacks that are low-tech, low-cost and high-impact," Miller explained.
More than 500 counterterrorism officers have been deployed to patrol the streets of New York, Miller noted.