Reality and Perceptions; Perfs and Real Heroes

Zalud, Bill
March 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2010, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p114
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the concerns related to the security systems management in airports. It explores the security system in Ben Gurion International Airport in Israel which employs strict security management including the presence of security agents who search for suspicious behavior and the Ben Gurion screeners who concentrate on tone and body language. It also mentions the ongoing investigation for the Christmas 2009 alleged terrorist attack which prompted the need for stricter security.


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