After a recent trip to Brazil to discuss the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics, TAL Global Managing Director, Erroll Southers, was interviewed by NBC Nonstop News regarding the security challenges associated with the upcoming London Olympics.
Dr. Erroll Southers, Managing Director of Counter-Terrorism and Infrastructure Protection, and Edan Gottlib, Managing Director for Global Initiatives, visited Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil last month.
This is the response of Debra Burlingame, a co-founder of 9/11 Families for a Safe & Strong America and the sister of Capt. Charles F. Burlingame, III, pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, in this weekend’s WSJ to former TSA administrator Kip Hawley, who stood up the TSA in 2002.
Mr. Erroll Southers, Managing Director of Counter-Terrorism and Infrastructure Protection at TAL Global Corporation, and an Associate Director of the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) at the University of Southern California, was named a new member of the Bipartisan Policy Center for Homeland Security Project led by 9/11 Commission Co-Chairs, former Governor Tom Kean and former Representative Lee Hamilton.
The Transportation Security Administration has started a pilot project designed to test and evaluate the usefulness of new technology aimed at helping better ensure the identity of passengers by comparing and verifying their boarding passes and IDs.
Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Managing Director for Counter-Terrorism and Infrastructure Protection was the keynote speaker at the 8th European-American Sheriff’s Advisory Council (EASAC) and European Consular Corps event.
TAL Global Managing Director’s chapter, “LAX Terror Target: the History, the Reason, the Countermeasure” describes the pilot project leading to the innovative research transition program known as ARMOR (Assistant for Randomized Monitoring Over Routes).
TAL Global lauds the TSA’s recent decision to encourage hotel guests to be vigilant and to report suspicious activity that may be linked to terror threats.
After 42 years of despotic tyranny, the Libyan people, indeed the entire world watches the end of the Gadhafi regime with fascination and some understandable trepidation; the future of the Libyans, as well as the security of Northern Africa, Europe, and the Middle East will be influenced to a great extent by what takes place in Tripoli in the near and mid-range future.