This is in reaction to a lot of the attacks this and last year, and are needed to shore up our security at airports. The big question is what is the next attack going to look like, TSA and most Security Experts point to the insider threat vulnerability. There have been insider plots thwarted in the past, and if the rumors are to be believed a number are being monitored right now. The Nuclear Industry used to use three scenarios for attacks against them based on Insider Threats, none it found could really be stopped or even detected by technology, only by the constant awareness of fellow employees. I think this is also true of airports, hospitals, even court houses. Remember the attacker of the Pulse Night Club in Florida had previously worked at the local court house. The bomber of the Brussels airport, one of them, had worked off an on at the airport for years prior. We need to understand the insider threat and train our staff to report anything unusual.
from CTI Consulting http://ift.tt/2eEUBxM