Next-Generation Airport Identity Management and Credentialing System

Vetting individuals before giving them access to secure areas is a top challenge for today’s airports. Airport Guardian automates airport workforce identity and credential management to meet this challenge in a secure, intelligent and efficient way. In the era of digital transformation, Airport Guardian’s converged cyber-physical security approach is making airports more secure while creating a positive workforce and customer experience.

Badging Office Automation

  • Streamline and automate the entire badge lifecycle process, from application to badge printing and access provisioning
  • Real-time compliance
  • Role-based workflow and active policy enforcement
  • Secure web-based portal to manage employees, vendors and visitor access requests
  • Lost and stolen badge detection

Enhanced Customer Service

  • Streamline application processes
  • Reduce wait times
  • Deliver application status visibility to applicants and authorized signatories

Risk Management, Compliance and Training

  • Deliver active policy enforcement to help prevent violations before they happen
  • Create custom rules and automate compliance with key airport regulations and security directives
  • Built-in background check services such as DACS, STA, CHRC, Rap Back
  • 360-degree view of risk across airport enterprise
  • Monitor badge status for any suspended badges and if they are still being used to gain access to critical areas
  • Validate training and certification before issuing a badge or critical access

Insider Threat Protection

  • Reducing the time and cost for detecting and resolving risk by automating threat protection with AI-powered Identity Intelligence technology
  • Centralized view of complex threats, events and incidents across cyber, physical and operational domains
  • Include non-cyber clues such as human identity, physical location, critical assets, and time of entry to eliminate false positives and validates alerts and events
  • Automated decision support – prioritizes response based on risk and criticality

Airport Guardian in Action

AlertEnterprise Selected by Los Angeles World Airport for New Identity Management and Credentialing System

AlertEnterprise Inc., the leading physical-logical security convergence software company, today announced that its Airport Guardian software has been selected by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) as the new Identity Management and Credentialing System (IMCS) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Airport Guardian cyber-physical security software will be deployed to deliver a new level of converged security, identity and access intelligence, and enhanced customer experience across IT, physical and OT systems.

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Airport Guardian Resources

Airport Guardian: Intelligent Airport Badging and Access Management

Airport badging offices are moving to fully electronic identity management to reduce badging time, improve data quality and compliance and enhance operations. Airport Guardian software is built to address current inefficiencies and enable airports to adapt to ever-changing needs in aviation security.

Rising to meet the credentialing challenge

Security at airports has been changing for some time, but is merging physical and cyber-security the ultimate answer? Aura Moore, Deputy Executive Director – CIO at Los Angeles World Airports, explains how a converged cyber-physical security approach to identity and credential management is helping airports be more secure.

Automate airport processes with a converged cyber-physical Identity Management and Credentialing System

Ruby Deol, Chief Operating Officer, AlertEnterprise, discusses how deployment of a converged cyber-physical Identity Management and Credentialing System (IMCS) can help airports automate their processes.


One might say it was only a matter of time: We have been digitizing our physical world, blurring the lines between physical and cyber-spaces. Cyber-incidents can now have direct impact on physical assets and processes and vice versa.