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    • Case Study: Fraport AG How to Cut the Gordian Knot? Philipp Kriegbaum Vice President, Security and Quality Management Fraport AG
    • How to Cut the Gordian Knot? Airport Security Conference Prague, 17 and 18 September 2013 Philipp Kriegbaum Fraport AG
    • Table of Contents Chart 3 •Risk-based security: Who dares? •World-wide activities striving for a paradigm shift •What are the airports doing?
    • Risk-based, Traveller-friendly and EfficientSecurity - Can it be Achieved? Chart 4 • Gordian Knot: a metaphor for an intractable problem (disentangling an "impossible" knot) • Solved easily by cheating or "thinking outside the box" ("cutting the Gordian knot").
    • Security Risk Assessment to be Conducted by National Authorities Chart 5 3.1.3 Each Contracting State shall keep under constant review the level of threat to civil aviation within its territory, and establish and implement policies and procedures to adjust relevant elements of its national civil aviation security programme accordingly, based upon a security risk assessment carried out by the relevant national authorities. Note.— Guidance material regarding threat assessment and risk management methodologies can be found in the Aviation Security Manual (Doc 8973 — Restricted).
    • How Much Security Does it Take to Outweigh Risk? Chart 6 risk security measures the more security measures the better
    • How Much Security Does it Take to Outweigh Risk? Chart 7 risk security measures the more security measures the better less measures with proper implementation
    • 1977 1988 2001 2001 2006 2009 2010 2012 2014 ?? increased screening of cargo screening of airport supplies screening of cargo increased body search – implementation of body scanners restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) in hand luggage shoe screening - additional requirements for US-bound passengers (e.g. API) separation of passengers – laptops out – staff screening - increased training requirements 100 % screening of hold baggage (beginning 1988, fully implemented 2003) screening of passengers and hand luggage – baggage reconciliation - additional measures for high risk flights Since the 1970ies: Dramatic Increase of Security Requirements - With no Layer Ever Removed
    • Terrorists are a Minority in the Community of Passengers Chart 9 Terrorists Travellers Passengers
    • Security Resources are Distributed Evenly on All Passengers Chart 10 Terrorists Travellers Security Resources
    • Risk-based Allocation of Resources Chart 11 Terrorists Security Resources Security Resources Passengers Terrorists
    • Major Challenge: Data and Tracking Passengers Chart 12 Study on Differentiation of Passenger and Risk Groups for European Commission DG MOVE Av Sec Unit Draft Leigh Fisher, 11 July 2013
    • Table of Contents Chart 13 •Risk-based security: Who dares? •World-wide activities striving for a paradigm shift •What are the airports doing?
    • World Wide Efforts for Risk-Based Security Chart 14 Agency Initiative ACIE / AEA better SECURITY ACI WORLD Next Generation Screening Task Force European Commission Smarter aviation security for the EU UK DfT Outcome-based Security IATA Checkpoint of the Future ICAO Next Genereation Screening TAG TSA TSA Pre✓™
    • Table of Contents Chart 15 •Risk-based security: Who dares? •World-wide activities striving for a paradigm shift •What are the airports doing?
    • Risk Based Security Trials - Source ACIE Information Differentiation Random Selection/ Unpredictability Behaviour Detection Screening Point Copenhagen Staff screening (EDD) Remote screening Zürich Staff screening Use of BDO ADP BDO Use of BDO Schiphol Unpredictability screening technology Unpredictability screening technology Frankfurt Staff screening Swedavia Advanced pax checkpoint Advanced pax checkpoint Advanced pax checkpoint Advanced pax checkpoint Helsinki Staff screening Brussels Remote screening Heathrow Identity Authentification Enhanced Detection Geneva Identity Authentification
    • Cutting the Gordian Knot
    • Thank you for your attention!