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"Intelligence sharing and dissemination has also become a major issue with high-level visibility. Billions of dollars have been allocated toward bolstering aviation and airport security, encouraging the development of dozens of new technologies. With an increase in the reliance of e-ID documents, more attention to perimeter security, and an emphasis on cargo screening, we will see billions more going to airport security. Most officials even admit that airports are still not secure and that we need to create a more formal strategy. Airports are actively buying technology to close the remaining gaps in security. Access control and surveillance are among the top priorities. Government is searching for additional ways to communicate and distribute intelligence data.
IDGA’s Aviation Security Summit aims to address the complexities of securing our Airports and homeland security, while ensuring that air travel and commerce continue uninterrupted. In-depth discussions will consist of an integrated approach to address critical program issues, such as:
Perimeter and facility security Screening technologies, digital imaging, CCTV Biometrics, access control, identity management Crime prevention and security Intelligence dissemination