Major U.S. Airport significantly improves its employee screening experience while increasing insider thread detection
Insider threat is a real and growing concern for airport security professionals worldwide. The article Threats to Airport Security: Not What You Think summarizes the Homeland Security Committee report entitled America’s Airports: The Threats from Within. According to these sources, “of the 900,000 people who work at 450 airports nationwide, ‘…many are able to bypass traditional screening requirements that travelers visiting the airports must endure.’ The report goes on to say that ‘…there are increasing concerns that insider threats to aviation security are on the rise.’ Threats posed by disgruntled employees are perhaps the most difficult to detect due to knowledge on how to exploit security weaknesses.”
With a more efficient process, this airport was able to reduce its operating expenses for employee screening.
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