With the increase of threats related to terrorism, drug and human trafficking as well as the increase in the number of international travelers and cargo shipments each year, the border security agent’s work has never been more difficult. The work of regulating and securing international borders is analogous to trying to find a needle in a haystack.
Read this Point of View paper, authored by
John Kendall, Director of the Border and National Security Program for the global public sector practice, Unisys, to explore:
- How targeting solutions used by most border agencies today are failing to detect some threats while flagging far too many false positives and the real problem this presents by the increasing travel volume.
- A new generation of targeting solutions that employ advanced statistical and data analytics to help border agencies fulfill their missions to keep us all safe.