Aligning security to core business goals; and
Articulating security as a core value rather than as an obligation or a burdensome expense.
7. Why should States or organizations care about security culture if there is a low threat of an act of unlawful interference?
A strong and effective security culture will complement existing formal security countermeasures at an airport. While having comprehensive security measures is necessary and vital to protecting the airport, its passengers, and its staff, a strong security culture will enhance the effectiveness of security measures at the airport. By making security a priority and educating staff on good security behaviours, you are expanding the cadre of individuals able to identify suspicious behaviours and report them for action; making them the 'eyes and ears' of the airport. By embedding security postures in everyday operations, your staff becomes an additional security measure.