Following breaking news that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) failed to stop undercover agents in 67 out of 70 recent security probes, various reform initiatives and proposals are being discussed. Should airports opt out of TSA-administered screening and explore signing contracts with private contractors? What can be done to improve airport security assessments? Does the TSA need to adopt more risk-based strategies and programs? Are more fundamental changes needed?
Join us for what should be a lively discussion on which security reforms the TSA should pursue in order to recover from unacceptable lapses in homeland security.
More About the Speakers
Former Assistant Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration and Vice President, Wexler|Walker
Former Advisor, Department of Homeland Security
Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Washington DC Office
Policy Analyst, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity