U.S. Customs and Border Protection
DHS invests $3.5 million in biothreat technology program at Texas A&M
The university, through its educational outreach agency, AgriLife, was chosen to head a Center of Excellence to conduct work on solutions that reduce the risk of exposing U.S. citizens, agriculture and economy to biological threats.
CBP’s airport facial recognition technology catches its first ‘imposter’
The traveler arrived at Washington's Dulles International Airport.
DHS launches phase 2 of airport facial recognition demonstration
TSA and CBP are testing facial recognition on passengers set to depart on "specified international flights."
DHS’s Silicon Valley innovation arm brings in another drone company
Intelleuron will work to develop capabilities that will allow CBP officers to use drones to automatically identify potential threats, like armed smugglers.
CBP is looking for cloud migration with new RFI
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is seeking details on how to migrate all of its applications to the cloud ahead of a September 2019 deadline.
Two senators say CBP can’t detect if passport chips are tampered with
Sens. Ron Wyden and Claire McCaskill say there are weaknesses in CBP's ability to authenticate the electronic RFID chips in U.S. passports.