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IDGA’s Aviation Security Summit

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"Intelligence sharing and dissemination has also become a major issue with high-level visibility. Billions of dollars have been allocated toward bolstering aviation and airport security, encouraging …

"Intelligence sharing and dissemination has also become a major issue with high-level visibility. Billions of dollars have been allocated toward bolstering aviation and airport security, encouraging the development of dozens of new technologies. With an increase in the reliance of e-ID documents, more attention to perimeter security, and an emphasis on cargo screening, we will see billions more going to airport security. Most officials even admit that airports are still not secure and that we need to create a more formal strategy. Airports are actively buying technology to close the remaining gaps in security. Access control and surveillance are among the top priorities. Government is searching for additional ways to communicate and distribute intelligence data.

IDGA’s Aviation Security Summit aims to address the complexities of securing our Airports and homeland security, while ensuring that air travel and commerce continue uninterrupted. In-depth discussions will consist of an integrated approach to address critical program issues, such as:

Perimeter and facility security Screening technologies, digital imaging, CCTV Biometrics, access control, identity management Crime prevention and security Intelligence dissemination

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  • 1. Gain insight into some of the presents a training conference: latest TSA security initiatives! June 28 - 30, 2010 Chicago, IL Forging partnerships to keep our air transportation system safe and secure! Hear from a distinguished speaker faculty on Can’t miss in depth ways to bolster aviation and airport security: sessions on aviation • Zeev Sarig • Jenel Cline security include: Former Managing Director, Tel Aviv Program Manager, Electronic • Intelligence based technology Ben Gurion International Airport, Baggage Screening Program, supported screening Israel Airports Authority Transportation Security Administration • Screening technology goals for • Christopher Runde the future Deputy Director, Transportation • Jason Martin Threat Assessment and Program Manager, Passenger • Improving detection capabilities Credentialing, Transportation Screening Program, Transportation while increasing throughput speed Security Administration Security Administration • Challenges and progress by the • Joseph O’Connor • Lydia Kellogg Transportation Security Deputy Commissioner for Safety Director, Public Safety & Security, Administration for the new cargo and Security, City of Chicago, Airports Council International – screening system Department of Aviation North Media Partners www.AviationSecuritySummit.com
  • 2. Who You will Meet The audience of IDGA’s Aviation Security is comprised of senior-level security professionals from government agencies, port authorities, airports and airlines, contractors and June 28 - 30, 2010 technology service providers with the Chicago, IL following titles: • Airport Security Manager Forging partnerships to keep our air transportation system safe and secure! • Aviation Security Manager • Chief of Airport Police • Security Director • Program/Project/Product Manager • Technology Director • Security Officer • Training Director • Port Authorities • Federal Security Directors About IDGA With constant and emergent threats on the security of our transportation systems, it The Institute for is imperative to make sure that a proper strategy, coupled with high level technology, Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA) is a non-partisan information- is being carefully employed. Airports remain a high priority target for terrorism, and based organization dedicated to the the methods of potential attacks have changed with Airports now supporting more promotion of innovative ideas in public security responsibility. service and defense through live conferences and events. We bring together speaker panels and events Intelligence sharing and dissemination has also become a major issue with high-level comprised of military and government visibility. Billions of dollars have been allocated toward bolstering aviation and professionals while attracting delegates airport security which has encouraged the development of dozens of new with decision-making power from technologies. With an increase in the reliance of e-ID documents, more military, government, and defense industries. For more information, please attention to perimeter security, and an emphasis on cargo screening, we will visit www.idga.org. see billions more going to airport security. Most officials even admit that airports are still not secure and that we need to create a more formal strategy. Airports are actively buying technology to close the remaining gaps in security. Access control and surveillance are among the top priorities. Government is searching for additional Get more from ways to communicate and distribute intelligence data. IDGA.org! IDGA’s Aviation Security Summit aims to address the complexities of securing our In addition to our live events, IDGA also offers Airports and homeland security, while ensuring that air travel and commerce continue an online community uninterrupted. In-depth discussions will consist of an integrated approach to address dedicated to providing critical program issues, such as: defense industry professionals with breaking news, business opportunities, introductions, • Identity vs. access control podcasts, webinars, and presentations • CCTV systems in airports from key industry leaders. Members of • Interoperable Airport Access Control Systems our online community are able to extend • Screening technologies their live event experience and interact with the defense industry by leveraging • and much more! the opportunity to network, share ideas, best practices, and business Do not delay! Find out the best ways to keep aircrafts and airports safe – solutions. Join our community today register today at www.AviationSecurityEvent.com. at www.idga.org! “I don’t get the chance to get too many of these events, but I feel that this conference has been very interesting and helpful.” – Senior Member Technical Staff, Rincon Research Corporation 2 www.AviationSecuritySummit.com
  • 3. AVIATION SECURITY FOCUS DAY AVIATION SECURITY Monday, June 28, 2010 FOCUS DAY Sign up for this in-depth and interactive Focus Day that will examine the latest technologies and best practices that support airport safety & security initiatives. 8:00 AM Registration & Coffee 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Gain insight into the most cutting edge aviation security technology! Technologies that Improve Aviation Security The air transportation system has had numerous breaches of security over • Stand-off explosive detection and mitigation the last few years. Researchers are trying to get more creative for how to come up with new and important technologies that help prevent these How you will benefit: breaches. Another route that is always being explored is using other • Learn how researchers are expanding uses of already developed already discovered technologies that are being applied to another industry. technology and reapplying to aviation security This workshop will emphasize some of the most recently discovered as • Gain insight into some of the most cutting edge security imaging and bring transferable, as a aviation security technology. detection systems What will be covered: Session Leader: • Low cost Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) for passenger’s 311 bags Dr. Robert Dye, Program Manager, Los Alamos National Laboratory • Optimized dynamic detection systems 11:30 AM -12:00 PM Lunch 12:00 PM- 2:30 PM Airspace and its part in aviation security! Layered, Adaptive Security in the Next Generation Air Transport System (NextGen) – Concept and Research Needs The next generation air transportation system security concept What will be covered: introduced flight monitoring as a part of risk management and shared • Understand the needs of a layered and adaptive security framework situational awareness. Information on the aircraft performance, its • Gain insight into an in-depth analysis of this framework flight trajectory, and the onboard situation with people and cargo are • Hear about concepts of operation all part of the flight monitoring. This information is required to manage both an air traffic management (ATM) emergency and a How you will benefit: security event. That information today is distributed among many • Gain an understanding and an overview of NexGen across multiple operators in the system: air carriers, air traffic and air security and agencies defense operators, and the aircraft. Sharing this information is • Learn about research gaps that are still missing currently dependent on manual interactions of various organizations • Discuss the area further into topic such as enterprise architecture that have data on a flight and usually occurs during the event. Avionics and secure airspace could provide a more meaningful picture through automatic updates or in response to interrogation. For better risk management and more Session Leaders: complete situational awareness, the aircraft could share status that C. Vanessa Fong, Director, Joint Agency Transportation Security, goes well beyond what is required for air traffic management alone. Center for Advanced Aviation Systems Development (CAASD), For example, automated emergency declarations could include the The MITRE Corporation type of emergency such as "cabin depressurization." These indications Joyce Forman, Security Engineer, Joint Agency Transportation may help explain erratic behavior by a flight and might quickly Security, Center for Advanced Aviation Systems Development separate routine ATM events from security events. (CAASD), The MITRE Corporation 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM Balancing safety and passenger satisfaction! Improving Security Screening Operations through Optimization Models and Performance Analysis The role of aviation security checkpoint screening is paramount in • Optimization models for performing sequential passenger protecting our nation's airports, airlines and passengers from terrorist assignments threats. The recent increase in awareness of terrorist activity has helped • The role of information in addressing changing risk environments uncover and prevent several potential attacks, yet the checkpoint screening system still remains vulnerable. Passenger and baggage screening at How you will benefit: aviation security checkpoints is a critical component in protecting airports • Gain an understanding of various mathematical techniques used to and aircraft from such terrorist threats. Recent developments in technology analyze the performance of aviation security systems have increased the ability to detect these threats; however, balancing safety • Understand the difference between a static versus dynamic and passenger satisfaction still remains a concern. This discussion will approach to assigning passengers and baggage to a set of limited provide an overview of recent research activities focusing on the modeling security resources and analysis of risk-based screening operations. Optimization techniques • Gain the opportunity to share comments on the practicality and will be shown that address the sequential assignment of passengers to a limitations of the addressed models, and provide direction for future set of limited security resources, as well as providing comparisons between research alternative system configurations. Session Leader: Adrian J. Lee, PhD, Research Engineer, What will be covered: Vishwamitra Research Institute • Overview of recent academic research activities 3 www.AviationSecuritySummit.com
  • 4. Main Summit Day One Main Summit Day Two Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Wednesday, June 30, 2010 7:20 Registration & Coffee 7:30 Registration & Coffee 8:10 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 8:10 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 8:20 Right, Wise, Efficient & Effective Security 8:20 Finding and Connecting the Dots: Passenger • Profiling vs. identifying the threat Screening From Reservation to Destination Opening Session • Technology as a supplement but not a replacement • Intelligence based, technology supported screening Keynote • Intelligence collaboration and dissemination • Not looking for a needle in a haystack, rather a needle in a • Setting international standards needle stack Zeev Sarig, Former Managing Director, Tel Aviv Ben Gurion • Public - private partnering to form a collaborative holistic International Airport, Israel Airports Authority solution Kevin McCarthy, Principal, MoonRaker Associates 9:00 The Use of Biometric Smart Cards in a Commercial Airport Environment 9:00 Checked Baggage Screening Technologies TSA Screening • Interoperable Airport Access Control Systems • Program overview Biometrics • Identity vs. access • Technology challenges • The future of biometrics as a security tool • Goals for the future Christopher Runde, Deputy Director, Aviation Credentialing, Jenel Cline, Program Manager, Electronic Baggage Screening Transportation Threat Assessment and Credentialing, Program, Transportation Security Administration Transportation Security Administration 9:40 Networking Break 9:40 Air Cargo Screening • Environment overview 10:25 Passenger Screening Technologies TSA Screening Air Cargo • Screening 100% of all cargo • Overview of the program • Requirements of screening methods • Technology challenges specific to passenger screening • Methods to success • Future initiatives Rob Hyde, Branch Chief, Air Cargo Plans and Policy Division, Jason Martin, Program Manager, Passenger Screening Transportation Security Administration Program, Transportation Security Administration 10:20 Networking Break 11:05 Air Cargo Security: Government and Industry Efforts to Meet the 100 Percent Air Cargo Screening 11:05 Private Screening at Commercial Airports Mandate • Private vs. public screening • Update on the August 2010 mandate to screen 100 percent of • Role of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) cargo transported on passenger aircraft • Airport operator partnerships with security screening • Progress by the Transportation Security Administration to David P. Damelio, Director of Aviation, Greater Rochester implement a system to screen such cargo International Airport • Challenges to Transportation Security Administration and industry to screen 100 percent of cargo transported on 11:45 Lunch passenger aircraft Rebecca Kuhlmann Taylor, Senior Analyst, U.S. Government 1:00 TSA’s Large Aircraft Security Program Accountability Office • LASP update • Airport badging for general aviation 11:45 Lunch • Security directives and applicability to GA entities at commercial airports Eric Byer, Vice President for Government and Industry 1:00 Security at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport Affairs, National Air Transportation Association • Secure badging • A multi-airport transport security system 1:40 Airport Security Planning and Guidelines Joseph O’Connor, Deputy Commissioner for Safety and • Partnering with TSA Security, City of Chicago, Department of Aviation • ACI-NA Task Force initiatives: member feedback • Steps moving forward 1:40 Critical Gaps and Necessary Solutions for Aviation Lydia Kellogg, Director, Public Safety and Security, Airports Security Council International-North America Kevin McCarthy, Principal, MoonRaker Associates 2:20 Networking Break 2:25 Networking Break 3:05 CCTV Advancements 3:10 Inline Baggage Screening • Situational awareness disseminated virtually • Pre 9/11 operations • A range of uses through the phenomenon of technology convergence • Current inline systems • Security enhancement through smart CCTV application • Where do we go from here? Donald Zoufal, Former Deputy Commissioner for Safety and Gary E. Duncan, Division Director, Aviation, Southwest Security, City of Chicago, Department of Aviation, SDI Florida International Airport Enterprises, Adjunct Professor, Lewis University 3:50 Airport Security from a Law Enforcement Perspective 3:45 Checkpoint Security Tactics • Common issues on a national level • Breach control • Interagency coordination • Threat Containment Units (TCU) • Solutions for success • Behavioral Detection Officers (BDO) Thomas Argenbright, Commander, Chicago Police • Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) Department-O’Hare International Airport • General overview of other technologies Michael W. Keegan, ACE, Airport Public Safety and Security 4:30 End of Event Manager, General Mitchell International Airport 4:25 End of Main Summit Day One 4 www.AviationSecuritySummit.com
  • 5. Venue & Lodging 5 Ways to Register! This event will be held in Chicago, IL. As soon as a specific venue is confirmed we will post the information online. If you would like to Web: www.AviationSecuritySummit.com be notified via email as soon as the information becomes available Email: info@idga.org please email idga@idga.org with the following in the subject line: “Aviation Security Venue Request". Phone: 1-800-882-8684 or 646-378-6026 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Sponsorship and Exhibition Mail: IDGA Opportunities Still Available! 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting please contact John Toth at 212-885-2743 or sponsorship@idga.org Pricing Industry Pay by 04/23/10 Pay by 05/14/10 Standard Price Main Summit Save $200 Save $100 Save the date for these other June 29-30 $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 Workshop Day $650 $650 $650 upcoming IDGA events! June 28 Airlines, Airports, Port Authorities, Pricing Military, Government & Academia* May 2010 Pay by 04/23/10 Pay by 05/14/10 Standard Price Main Summit Save $200 Save $100 June 29-30 $799 $899 $999 Workshop Day $500 $500 $500 www.BorderManagementSummit.com June 28 Identity * This category does NOT include government contractors. Contractors are considered civilian/industry for the purpose of determining registration fees. July 2010 Management Team Discounts* Summit TM Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% www.IdentityManagementSummit.com 5 or more 15% * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined with any other discount. July 2010 Dress Code: Delegates are kindly requested to dress in business or business casual attire. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA www.BorderManagementSummit.com A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% Media Partners: sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 18774.001 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Please refer to www.idga.org/cancellation for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. ©2010 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. 5 www.AviationSecuritySummit.com
  • 6. IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 June 28 - 30, 2010 Chicago, IL Forging partnerships to keep our air transportation system safe and secure! Your customer registration code is: When registering, please provide the code above. Hear from a distinguished speaker faculty on ways to bolster aviation and airport security: • Zeev Sarig • Jenel Cline Former Managing Director, Tel Aviv Program Manager, Electronic Ben Gurion International Airport, Baggage Screening Program, Israel Airports Authority Transportation Security • Christopher Runde Administration 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: Deputy Director, Transportation • Jason Martin 1 Web: www.AviationSecuritySummit.com Threat Assessment and Program Manager, Passenger Credentialing, Transportation Screening Program, Transportation 2 Email: info@idga.org Security Administration Security Administration 3 Phone: 1-800-882-8684 • Joseph O’Connor • Lydia Kellogg 4 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Deputy Commissioner for Safety Director, Public Safety & Security, 5 Mail: IDGA and Security, City of Chicago, Airports Council International – 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor Department of Aviation North New York, NY 10017 18774.001/D/AD Gain insight into some of the presents a training conference: latest TSA security initiatives! June 28 - 30, 2010 Chicago, IL Forging partnerships to keep our air transportation system safe and secure! www.AviationSecuritySummit.com

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