Can Behavioral Profiling Help Screen for Terrorists?

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Recent terror threats spark new interest in improving airport security screening. Behavioral profiling is a method in which trained security screeners assess the outward behavior and hidden "tells" of a nervous person.


Rafi Ron, former chief security officer for the Israeli Airport Authority; president and CEO, New Age Security Solutions



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