TSA’s Risk Based Security Initiative
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About the Presentation
A discussion of TSA’s RBS initiative from concept to Proof of Concepts.
TSA is moving away from a one size fits all approach and shifting to more risk-based, intelligence driven operations. This is a fundamental transformation of thinking and security procedures.
The discussion will focus on the process TSA took from concept development to a Pre-Check proof of concept that changes the screening process for those passengers who can be assessed as low risk and encompassing many other changes along the way.
Fairview Park Marriott
3111 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA, 22042
About the Speakers
Robin Kane is Assistant Administrator for the Office of Security Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering from the Coast Guard Academy, a Master of Science in Information Systems from George Mason University, and a Naval War College Diploma.
In his current role, Mr. Kane serves as the agency’s Chief Technology Officer, overseeing the implementation and development of security technologies across several modes of transportation. His duties include the development, test and evaluation, acquisition and deployment, and the maintenance of all TSA security technologies and systems. Mr. Kane joined TSA in 2005 as a branch chief within TSA’s Office of Budget and Performance. He has also served as the branch chief for Law Enforcement programs and all Support programs. Prior to joining TSA, Mr. Kane served for 20 years in the Coast Guard.
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