WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - Oct 8, 2012) - Ever since the tragic terrorist attacks of 9/11, border security and airport safety have been hot-button issues among American lawmakers and law enforcement officers. According to a recent news article, however, these issues are hardly restricted to the United States. Many Middle-Eastern companies are currently grappling with ways to enforce tight border security, keeping their airports secure and their people safe. The report has won a comment from Securiport, a company zealous for border control and efficient, accurate immigration processing.
According to the article, coming out of Dubai, "Security and immigration experts have called for sustained information sharing and networking" to better and more effectively manage border control. The article notes that while nations in the Middle-East face many different challenges, they are largely united in their zeal for enforcing stricter border control. As such, many governments are pursuing new technologies to help with immigration processing and national security.
The report has won the attention of Securiport, a Washington, D.C.-based company that provides airport security and immigration processing technologies to local governments across the world. Securiport is best known for its Integrated Immigration Control system, which utilizes advanced biometric scanning technology to deliver precise and non-invasive immigration processing standards. Securiport has responded to the Middle-Eastern news story with a statement to the press.
"This article underlines the need most countries have to provide efficient immigration control systems," says the press statement from Securiport. "National security is one of the most, if not the most important issue on any government's agenda, and criminals are getting to be more and more astute when it comes to cheating immigration controls. Authorities in Dubai and in most countries are well aware of this and are taking steps in the right direction."
According to Securiport, proper immigration control is not just a matter of well-trained security personnel. The company says that the implementation of the latest and greatest scanning and information processing technology is also in order. "Nevertheless, it is not only necessary to have skilled officers controlling each immigration station, but also a highly advanced immigration control system that can speed up the process while ensuring high security standards," says Securiport. "Securiport's Integrated Immigration Control System is such a solution, and it uses the most advanced biometric identification technologies to be one step ahead of criminals at all times."
Securiport provides its immigration processing system to local airports and national governments across the globe, and is passionate for the development of secure, accurate, and non-invasive ways to detect criminals and keep borders safe.
Washington, D.C.-based company Securiport delivers specialized services to governments across the world, focusing on airport security and immigration control through biometric scanning and data collection. The company's Integrated Immigration Control System is a comprehensive technology suite that provides secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration checkpoints, as well as inclusion of individuals in reliable, state-of-the-art security databases. Securiport delivers myriad services, including immigration processing, national-ID registry, and more. The company is zealous for using top-of-the-line technology to enhance airport security and border control processes.