Biometrics Exhibition & Conference 2012 – 29 October 2012   London 2012 – The First Biometric Olympic Games   – deploying ...
Intelligence-Based & Risk-Driven Approach to Border Security        “To collect accurate, verifiable and quality passenger...
Key Challenges – Extract from ABC Global Market Analysis (2012)    Key Challenges     Passenger Volumes – the number of p...
Automated Border Control – European Economic Area (EEA) + Switzerland (CH)   Within the EU, the target population    for ...
Extending the Eligible Population to Visa Holders     Where a biometric visa issuance      process exists, there is a cle...
Extending the Eligible Population to Residence Permit Holders   Where a biometric residency permit    exists, there is an...
UK IRIS: Enrolment for EEA/CH & Other Nationalities     The first Automated Border Control      system installed in the U...
Extending the Eligible Population to Third Country Nationals (TCNs)    Where well-established relationships exist with Th...
Transportation Workers ID Credential / Restricted Access ID Card   Beyond the obvious benefits of developing    a standar...
The Value of DataDetect higher risk passengers, suspicious routes and   patterns of behavior for risk-based screening     ...
Checkpoint of the Future – Additional (Enrolment) Data Requirements       Travel & Identity Document Data       Residenc...
The Challenges of Combining Aviation Security & Automated Border Control       Regulatory Reform (Interior/Transport)   ...
The Road Ahead – Driving Global Adoption of Automated Border Controls   Demands on limited resources at the border and at...
Contact Information  Matthew FINN  managing director  T +44 203 41 63 222  M +44 7725 818101  matthew.finn@augmentiq.com© ...
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BIOMETRICS 2012 - London 2012

  1. 1. Biometrics Exhibition & Conference 2012 – 29 October 2012 London 2012 – The First Biometric Olympic Games – deploying biometrics throughout the entire passenger journey – Matthew FINN managing director© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com
  2. 2. Intelligence-Based & Risk-Driven Approach to Border Security “To collect accurate, verifiable and quality passenger data as early and as far from the border as possible. And for this data to be continually reconciled and enriched throughout the passenger journey to enhance border security and improve passenger facilitation.”© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #2
  3. 3. Key Challenges – Extract from ABC Global Market Analysis (2012) Key Challenges  Passenger Volumes – the number of passengers eligible to use an automated border control programme; the number of passengers opting to enrol in a fee-based scheme  Costs – particularly from a government perspective of deploying and maintaining the system, in a climate of economic austerity  Universal Implementation – international agreements, mutual recognition, interoperability, multiple biometrics, data privacy  Border Transformation & Change Management – API, iAPI, PNR, Visas, Entry/Exit, Warnings Index, Risk-Based Targeting etc.© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #3
  4. 4. Automated Border Control – European Economic Area (EEA) + Switzerland (CH)  Within the EU, the target population for Automated Border Control is principally adult EEA/CH passengers with valid e-Passports  With an ever-increasing number of passengers presenting e-Passports, there is a compelling business case for the deployment of e-Gates at key ports, airports and points of entry  Carriers, port operators and passengers must be engaged to raise awareness and drive adoption. Many eligible passengers are not aware of and do not use e-Gates© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #4
  5. 5. Extending the Eligible Population to Visa Holders  Where a biometric visa issuance process exists, there is a clear opportunity to extend the eligible population to include all holders of a valid biometric visa  The travel document in which the visa was issued serves as the token to retrieve the biometric data captured during the issuance process  Rather than the “default mode” of verifying the biometric data stored on the e-Passport, the verification process can generate a real-time interrogation of a Visa Information System (VIS)© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #5
  6. 6. Extending the Eligible Population to Residence Permit Holders  Where a biometric residency permit exists, there is another obvious opportunity to extend the eligible population to include all holders of a valid Residence Permit  Strengthen entry/exit control  Automated Border Control during period of validity of Residence Permit© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #6
  7. 7. UK IRIS: Enrolment for EEA/CH & Other Nationalities  The first Automated Border Control system installed in the UK, in operation for ~7 years, now entering phased decommissioning  Registration for IRIS is no longer possible. And, as of late 2012, the system will only be available at London Heathrow T3 & T5  Beyond EEA/CH Nationals, as a voluntary enrolment scheme, IRIS was available to Permanent Residents, Frequent Short Term Visitors, Diplomats, Consular Officers, NATO Armed Forces Personnel (et al)  UK government remains committed to a long-term replacement that will allow specific groups of Non-EEA Nationals a differentiated means of passing the border …© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #7
  8. 8. Extending the Eligible Population to Third Country Nationals (TCNs)  Where well-established relationships exist with Third Countries, where robust measures are in place to secure the document issuance process, and/or where ABC/RTP Progammes exist in those countries, specific groups could benefit from and use Automated Border Controls  Either through bilateral agreements (e.g. NL/US FLUX) or through voluntary enrolment (e.g. UK IRIS), the eligible population can be rapidly extended to include key groups of Third Country Nationals© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #8
  9. 9. Transportation Workers ID Credential / Restricted Access ID Card  Beyond the obvious benefits of developing a standard Transportation Workers Identification Credential / Restricted Access ID Card (e.g. common vetting standard, differentiated non-passenger security screening) holders of the card could also benefit from and use Automated Border Controls  While the population would be comparatively smaller in number (and many are likely to have an EU e-Passport), it nonetheless represents an additional target population of identifiable low-risk travellers to reduce demand on the manual controls at the border© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #9
  10. 10. The Value of DataDetect higher risk passengers, suspicious routes and patterns of behavior for risk-based screening Data and intelligence which is valuable to border control is also valuable to aviation security
  11. 11. Checkpoint of the Future – Additional (Enrolment) Data Requirements  Travel & Identity Document Data  Residency Visa (where applicable)  Current Residential Address Data  Former Residential Address Data  Contact Details (phone, e-mail etc.)  Employment Data #11  Employment History (past five years)  Previous Violations – Immigration, Customs, Criminal Record etc.  Additional Data Provisioning – Beyond API, iAPI, PNR & Biometrics  Payment Data (e.g. credit card, bank details etc.)  Statement of Agreement  Acknowledgement of Terms & Conditions© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #12
  12. 12. The Challenges of Combining Aviation Security & Automated Border Control  Regulatory Reform (Interior/Transport)  Standardized Enrolment Requirements  Eligibility Criteria  Real-Time Data Analysis  Issuance of Real-Time Screening Directives  Data Capture & Document Authentication at Security Checkpoint  Where they exist, National Border Targeting Centers and/or Passenger Information Units are resourced for targeting and control; not enrolment and background verification procedures  CANADA – NEXUS/RAIC for the Trusted Traveller Security Line is an excellent example of how these challenges can be overcome© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #13
  13. 13. The Road Ahead – Driving Global Adoption of Automated Border Controls  Demands on limited resources at the border and at the aviation security checkpoint will continue to increase  Passenger numbers will continue to rise  A smart combination of biographic and biometric data will enable effective targeting, automation, pre-clearance, expedited processing and improved passenger facilitation  Automated Border Control will need to become the default mode for controlling millions of passengers every year  A holistic view of the border and of the passenger journey demands joined up thinking and systems – from visa issuance, data analysis and risk assessment, to identity management, entry/exit controls to consistently delivering a positive passenger experience© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #13
  14. 14. Contact Information Matthew FINN managing director T +44 203 41 63 222 M +44 7725 818101 matthew.finn@augmentiq.com© AUGMENTIQ 2012 | info@augmentiq.com | www.augmentiq.com #14

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