The nation’s transportation systems continue to face threats that are more sophisticated than ever and changing quickly. A risk-based approach is essential to applying resources to the solutions that can have the most impact on security and safety.
Multiple agencies are responsible for managing the entry and exit of citizens and visitors across our borders. There is a critical link between what happens at and between our land ports of entry and at our nation’s airports and seaports. For example, when Border Patrol agents apprehend undocumented aliens crossing the border, they rely on special agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement to identify, deport, and remove them. Cross-agency collaboration, and a shared view of the same information in every agency, is important to using scarce resources to combat the greatest threats.
Arc Aspicio has extensive experience in delivering solutions to dramatically increase the security of our nation’s transportation system. Our skills, knowledge, and proven methods bring capability to our clients in:
- Passenger vetting
- Identity management and credentialing
- Risk-based security
- Big data
- Watch list matching
- Strategic and operational analytics
Arc Aspicio has worked on relevant transportation security programs with the Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, and the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority at the strategic and tactical level. The company has extensive experience in large programs such as Secure Flight and TSA Pre-Check. We have applied innovation methods to improve the passenger experience as they travel in a security-focused world.
- Innovative privacy protection solutions
- Risk-based security innovations
- Traveler pre-registration programs for airport security and immigration
- Increased information sharing
- Shift to predicting threat across the transportation system
- Cross-agency reusable systems components for common functions (e.g., vetting, screening, watch list matching)