This goes without saying, but airport security is critical to our national security, which is why commercial airports and airlines are required to conduct background checks for employees who work in secure areas. A large US airport, along with its tenant businesses, may have tens of thousands of employees – which creates the onerous task of processing a large volume of background checks, in a timely fashion.
I invite you to listen to LTC Richard Faulkner as he discusses the tracking and locating of refugees following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the lessons learned from that disaster response, and the future of identity technologies in disaster response and deployed operations.
Administration officials, congressional committees and industry experts all agree that our country’s military and economic well-being depends upon being able to deter or thwart cyber attacks. Government and industry are continuously collaborating to enhance our nation’s cybersecurity... (more)