World Border Security Congress

Day Three

Conference presentations will be conducted in English with French and Arabic simultaneous translation services.
Les présentations de la conférence se dérouleront en anglais avec des services de traduction simultanée en français et en arabe.
ستعقد عروض المؤتمر باللغة الإنجليزية مع خدمات الترجمة الفورية الفرنسية والعربية

Thursday 21st March 2019

9am – 10.30am
Plenary Session – Border Security Information and Coordination

Whether it is returning foreign fighter, human training, cross border organised crime, protecting cyberborders interagency co-operation and information sharing is the key to success. What else needs to be done to make the aspiration a reality, and is there a business transformation approach beyond technology that tackles processes, regulations and security?

Establishment of a Caribbean Border Security Information and Coordination Center – Max Antoine, Executive Secretary, Commission for Border Management of Haiti
Role of intelligence in border security – Babatunde Olomu, Deputy Comptroller of customs, Nigeria customs service
Building Cooperation on Discussion and Dialogue
– Peter Nilsson IPMc, Police Commissioner and Head of AIRPOL
SHADE-MED Challenges to Successful Cooperation in the Mediterranean – Rear Admiral Enrico Credendino, Italian Navy EUNAVFORMED
Cargo Risk Assessment Demystified – Implementing ACI and PLACI Systems – Emad Muhanna, VP Government Sector, SITA

10.30am-11.15am – Networking Coffee Break

11.15am-12.30pm
Breakout Session – Surveillance Systems and Technologies on the Border
How far are we from the development and implementation of future technologies for really smart border control? What are the technology gaps and how do we close them?

Morocco’s National Border Control System – Senior representative, General Directorate for National Security (DGSN), Morocco & Senior Representative, Veridos
– Senior representative, Hungarian National Police*
Integrated Coastal Surveillance System – An Essential Toolbox for Aiding Maritime Security – Olivier Yvon, SIE Maritime Program Manager, Airbus Defence & Space

Closed Agency Only Workshop
Information Exchange and Cooperation
Everyone agrees that the sharing information is essential for secure borders. How can we manage data to insure its security and interity, whilst implementing a system of data exchange based on trust to make this a viable and enhance border management?
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12.30pm-2pm – Networking Lunch

2:00pm – 4:00pm
Plenary Session – Future trends in International Border Management
As the global economy continues to develop at unprecedented rates, with ever increasing interdependencies and complexities. The global economy depends increasingly dependent on the free movement of people and goods. Understanding future trends in international trade, people movement and crime will drive the development of international and integrated border management in the future.

Women in Border Security – Inesa Nicolaescu, Associate Border Security Officer, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
– Florian Forster, Head, Immigration and Border Management (IBM), Department of Migration Management (DMM), International Organization for Migration (IOM)
The New Border Eco-System – Dr John Coyne, Head of Border Security Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
– Ahad Miah, International Operations, Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Region, Border Force UK
– From Management to Governance: Comprehensive Border Governance at A Global Scale
Borut Erzen, Head of Programme, Border Management and Security, International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)
IATA Open Borders Strategy and Future Initiatives (1ID -API/PNR initiatives) – Kashif Khalid, Regional Director – Africa & Middle East, Airports, Passenger, Cargo, Security & Facilitation, IATA
– Director of Project Border Control of the Future, German Federal Police*
– Commissioner, Trade, Customs, Free Movement and Tourism, ECOWAS*

4:00pm Congress Round Up and Close