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- 1. Smiths Detection to Upgrade Security at Five Spanish Airports
Smiths Detection’s long-term Spanish distributor, TECOSA, has won a contract with Aena SME, S.A. worth over £128 million – representing Smiths Detection’s largest ever single order for hold baggage security scanners. The ECAC Standard 3 approved explosives detection systems will be deployed in five international airports across Spain.
- 2. SITA Airline IT Security Survey Highlights Data Security Compliance
Online payment compliance is highlighted as one area for improvement among the 180 airlines which participated in the third annual SITA Global IT Security Survey launched on Monday. Overall though, despite the global recession, the survey found an encouraging level of spending on IT security. SITA Airline IT Security Survey Highlights Data Security Compliance
- 3. Singapore Expo wins Safety and Security Award
Singapore Expo wins Safety and Security Award. Singapore Expo, which hosts over 6,000,000 people annually, has appointed a security management company to run its overall security operations. AETOS Security Agency will manage the day to day security operations of the centre, fresh from its successful operations at the Youth Olympics Games (YOG).
- 4. AAPA Cautions Against Overreaction on Aviation Security
AAPA Cautions Against Overreaction on Aviation Security. Flying is widely recognised as the safest form of travel, reinforced by a robust regime of established security procedures. Unfortunately, it is human nature that each new security incident prompts a desire to introduce yet more security measures. There is always political pressure to react, but this often smacks of the need
- 5. Airlines Responding to IT Security Concerns according to SITA Survey
Airlines Responding to IT Security Concerns according to SITA Survey. According to the security survey, airlines are responding to these challenges by creating dedicated security management teams which are now operational at 63% of the respondent airlines, up from 55% in 2006. There is also a significant shift to using the specialist services of third parties with outsourcing as a
- 6. Smiths Detection to Enhance Security at Kansai Airport, Japan
Kansai Airport is working with Smiths Detection to deploy the first ever Smart Security checkpoint in Japan. The Smart Security Checkpoint is an integrated system that combines walk-through metal detectors with passenger security scanners, cabin baggage X-ray machines, an automated tray return system and an advanced image and checkpoint management platform to provide a seamless, mo
- 7. Hong Kong Travellers Amongst Least Willing to Forgo Personal Privacy for Additional Security at
Hong Kong Travellers Amongst Least Willing to Forgo Personal Privacy for Additional Security at Airports. According to new global research released by Unisys, Hong Kong residents are amongst the least willing to forgo personal privacy in exchange for additional aviation security measures at airports. The Unisys Security Index research found that of the 11 nations surveyed, Hong Kon
- 8. United Airlines Working with TSA to Enhance Airport Security Experience
United Airlines and the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have unveiled plans to further modernize the airport security experience at several of the airline’s largest hubs. As part of a joint initiative to improve the overall screening experience for customers, United, in collaboration with the TSA, will install state-of-the-art, automated security lanes, add perman
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