World Border Security Congress

Day Three

Translation will be provided for English, French and Arabic
La traduction sera fournie pour l’anglais, le français et l’arabe
وسيتم توفير ترجمة للغة الإنكليزية والفرنسية والعربية

Thursday 23rd March 2017

9am – 10.30am
The Global Fight Against International Terrorism and Cross Border Organised Crime and How We Make Interagency Co-operation and Information Sharing a Reality
Countering border threats as a result of the so called “war on terror” & “the war on drugs” is without end despite the billions spend in human resources and treasure. What are the latest challenges and threats? How can agencies better collaborate and share intelligence in the fight against organised criminal gangs and international terrorist movement? How can border administrations better share information and data under increasing pressure from privacy laws?

Alvaro Rodriguez-Gaya, Head of Strategy and Outreach – European Migrant Smuggling Centre, EUROPOL
Alket Furxhiu, Executive Director, Central Bureau of Investigation, Albania
– Major General Abul Hossain, ndc, psc; Director General, Border Guard Bangladesh
– Albina Yakubova, Programme Management Officer, Transnational Threats Department, Border Security and Management Unit, OSCE
– Apichat Suriboonya, Head of Interpol NCB Thailand, Royal Thai Police, Thailand
Johann Wagner, UNCCT Senior Border Advisor, United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre

10.30am – 11.15am – Networking Coffee Break

11.15am – 12.30pm
Open Workshop – IBM and Technology Challenges and Security in the Face of Mass Migration
In todays currently climate of mass migration caused through war and unstable regions, terrorist organisations are able to infiltrate countries using migration routes as cover. What are the latest challenges and threats to security and what challenges does this pose to Integrated Border Management (IBM). How can IBM and the use of latest technologies adapt to be more effective in such challenging times?

– Luísa Maia Gonçalves, National Director, Immigration & Border Service (SEF), Portugal
– Elroy Africa, Project Manager, Border Management Agency, Dept of Home Affairs, South Africa
Understanding Border Management as part of a National Security StrategyRadu Pop, Sales Director, Security Solutions, Airbus Defence & Space, Germany

Closed Agency Only Workshop
Soft Surveillance at Borders – Human Development Initiatives
Without its people a nation cannot achieve anything and they are a vital part of the security community. How can we improve human development on borders and work with people to enhance cross border security? How can Human Development Initiatives in a Public Private Partnership help tackle international security issue?
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12.30pm – 2pm – Networking Lunch

2pm – 4pm
Pushing Out the Border and the Future of Successful Border Management
In the climate and pressure of achieving greater results from limited resources, how can we best make information sharing and upstream intelligence a reality for identifying the genuine traveller. How can we push out the border for making identification of threats more effective and efficient? What is the future for ensuring successful border management?

– Abdellatif Hammouchi, Head of Morocco’s internal intelligence service also Chief of General Directorate of National Security (DGSN), Morocco
Hans de Moel, Policy Officer, Royal Netherlands Marechaussee, Netherlands
– EU PROTECT Project – Lt.Col dr Urszula Młodziejowska-Seredyn, Border Management Department, Polish Border Guard
Abdunnaser Segayer, Chairman, Libyan National Team for Security Border Management, Libya