Securing the Skies: the Progress in Security Operation Administration of Airports in Developing Countries Post 9/11 Scenario

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Securing the Skies: The Progress in Security Operation Administration Of Airports in Developing Countries Post 9/11 Scenario Table of Contents Abstract3 Security Operation Administration4 Literature Review5 Objective 10 Methodology10 Research Design11 Conclusion 12 Bibliography 13 Abstract Do people believe that there is sufficient and enough airport security system in Pakistan. And do there is a substantial threat to the airport security in Pakistan. These two issues were discussed and evaluated in this essay. After 9/11, the concept of security has changed thoroughly. Before that security at airports was mere a case of going through a scanner and a casual check up.…show more content…
Literature Review Terrorism has become one of the biggest threats to the security of any entity, especially after the incident of 9/11. Terrorism is that kind of violent activity which has a strong impact on a wide range of audience. By doing this activity randomly, terrorist frighten the audience and increase its angst. Terrorist depend upon various methods like assassination, threats, armed attacks, hostage taking etc. domestic terrorism starts and ends in one country but transnational terrorism involves many countries. That’s why 9/11 incident has transnational nature as in it was planned in some country, implemented in USA and victims were from 80 different countries (Enders, 2004). Airports are one of the most probable victims of terrorism. In such attack, passengers become totally helpless and due to the severity and unique condition of airplane attack, it spread horror on the large extent (Kaplan, 2006). Many developed countries started to plan and implement a better security operation administration for their airports after that incident. USA established a new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in order to make a better and secure airport environment. (Simon, 2007). Similarly UK also passed Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001, whose purpose was to improve security management at

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