No matter the size, airports are responsible for the security of all workers who are employed within their walls, on the tarmac, and grounds. The challenge is that 90 percent of those people don’t work for the airport. They work for the airlines, TSA or different vendors that reside as tenants within the airport.
You’ve reached the stage where it’s time to consider a new security system. The system you have works well enough; it might be outdated, slow or at its maximum capacity for growth, but it still does the job.
In the last article, we learned how a lifecycle management program offers detailed analysis about your security management system implementation and maximization. System audits identify trends so you can plan for expansion, resolve issues and optimize your system. Is there anything else a lifecycle management program can do for you?
Planning for maintenance costs assists with budgeting and cost containment. Implementing a disaster recovery plan ensures the safety of your premises, people and assets. A lifecycle management program can help you with these critical aspects of your system and more.