More people and goods are moving around the globe than ever before. Despite limited resources, governments must be vigilant in keeping up with increasing risks. Additionally, many economies worldwide have suffered recessions in recent years, leaving governments with less money to spend on police, customs and border security.
Existing procedures can be improved to make the best use of resources at the border. Ultimately, though, governments need to find new and smarter ways of doing more with less – without compromising security. One way to accomplish this is to give front-line staff the latest tools and technologies so they have the right information at the right time to make the right decisions.