Vulnerabilities and Solutions to Port Security in America

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Vulnerabilities and Solutions to Port Security in America
ABSTRACT
The current study provides an investigation of port security in America for the purpose of exposing vulnerabilities that leave the nation at risk of another terrorist attack like that of September 11, 2001. It follows that the goal of the current study is to work towards viable recommendations for fixing these vulnerabilities and securing America’s ports of entry. The study reveals three key findings: 1) the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) has alarming problems with respect to securing ports of entry in our airports and the aviation sector, 2) Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) is a typical inefficient and problematic government operation due to lack of...
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