Is this the future of infrastructure protection?

Infrastructure protection may be heading in a new direction, if LAX’s groundbreaking new anti-terrorism intelligence unit is any indication. Launched in 2014, the innovative (and classified) program seeks to tackle the overwhelmingly difficult task of protecting one of the world’s major transportation hubs in an age of terrorism. What they’ve created is a center whose “global scope and analytic capabilities promise to rival the agencies of a small nation-state.”

Read more about the implications of the new intelligence unit at The Atlantic.

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