Credential technology is becoming crucial for airport security
Creating a holistic complete solution for airport security is key to securing the future of aviation.
At Airport IT & Security 2019, Jupp Gill, Head of Aviation at AlertEnterprise discussed how the evolution of biometrics, such as facial recognition, has effected airport operations. Mentioning how identity automation can increase airport security, and how a collaborative approach to security between airports, airlines and regulatory bodies can improve safety and visibility, Jupp offers pertinent advice for airports. Creating a holistic complete solution for airport security is key to securing the future of aviation.
Martin Boyer, Vice President & Chief Information Officer at Greater Toronto Airports Authority, also spoke to us at the airport IT and security conference, commenting on how with over 40,000 employees at Canada’s busiest airport, density management and credentialing is crucial to their airport operations. A solid system provider is essential to successfully using identity management credential technology.