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Desmond Ross, Deputy Head of Mission, EUAVSEC in South Sudan delivered the presentation at the 2014 Asia Pacific Aviation Security AVSEC conference. ...

Desmond Ross, Deputy Head of Mission, EUAVSEC in South Sudan delivered the presentation at the 2014 Asia Pacific Aviation Security AVSEC conference.

The AVSEC conference brings together government authorities, policy makers and key industry leaders all under one roof at one time, to discuss the most pressing issues, the latest challenges and technology advancement within the aviation industry in the Asia Pacific region.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/avsecconference

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Desmond Ross, EUAVSEC - Creating an International aviation security network to drive the industry’s development Desmond Ross, EUAVSEC - Creating an International aviation security network to drive the industry’s development Presentation Transcript

  • 1   CREATING  AN   INTERNATIONAL   AVIATION  SECURITY   NETWORK  TO  DRIVE  THE   INDUSTRY’S   DEVELOPMENT  
  • INTERNATIONAL AVSEC MANAGER’S ASSOCIATION 2  
  • • PROFESSIONAL  MEMBERS  OF  THE  INDUSTRY  RECOGNISED   THE  NEED  FOR  AN  ASSOCIATION  TO  BRING  A  NEW  LEVEL  OF   PROFESSIONALISM  AND  COMMITMENT  TO  THE  PRACTICE   OF  AVIATION  SECURITY  BACK  IN  2007   • MAINLY  BASED  ON  THE  GRADUATES  OF  THE  ICAO  AVSEC   PROFESSIONAL  MANAGEMENT  PROGRAMME  BUT  OPEN  TO   OTHERS  WITH  PROFESSIONAL  QUALIFICATIONS  AND   EXPERIENCE   3  
  • DOES  ANYONE  HERE  DISAGREE  WITH   • THE  SHARING  OF  RELEVANT  INFORMATION  ?   • THE  CONTINUED  EDUCATION  OF  AVSEC  PERSONNEL  ?   • THAT  SECURITY  THREATS  CAN  BE  MITIGATED  BY  THE   SHARING  OF  GOOD  INTELLIGENCE  ?     4  
  • • EVIDENCE  THAT  THE  AL  QAEDA  TERRORIST  ATTACKS  IN  USA   ON  11TH  SEPTEMBER  2001  MAY  HAVE  BEEN  AVOIDED  IF   INTELLIGENCE  HAD  BEEN  SHARED   • A  LITTLE  KNOWN  BODY  KNOWN  AS  THE  COMBINED  LAW   AGENCY  GROUP  (CLAG)  WAS  SUCCESSFUL  IN  COMBATING   CROSS  BORDER  CRIME  IN  THE  PACIFIC  AND  EVEN  STOPPED   A  POTENTIAL  TERRORIST  ATTACK  ON  THE  SYDNEY   OLYMPICS.        HOW?      BY  COMMUNICATING  WITH   COUNTERPARTS  IN  NEIGHBOURING  COUNTRIES!   5  
  • • ICAO  HAS  A  PROGRAMME  UNDER  WHICH  EACH  MEMBER   STATE  IS  EXPECTED  TO  APPOINT  A  FOCAL  POINT  FOR   AVIATION  SECURITY.    IT’S  BEEN  RUNNING  FOR  SOME  YEARS   • THIS  PERSON,  OR  ENTITY,  IS  TO  BE  THE  ONE  TO  BE   CONTACTED  AND  TO  DISSEMINATE  INFORMATION  WHICH  IS   RELEVANT  TO  NEIGHBOURING  NATIONS   • ICAO  HAS  A  MUCH  UNDERUSED  FACILITY  IN  MONTREAL  BY   WHICH  RELEVANT  INFORMATION  RECEIVED  IS  ANALYSED   AND  PASSED  ON  TO  MEMBER  STATES   6  
  • •  h)p://bench.concordia.ca/avsecpmc/login/index.php   7  
  • • MACHINES  WILL  NOT  STOP  THE  TERRORISTS   • PEOPLE  WILL  DO  THAT  USING  MACHINES  AS  TOOLS   8  
  • QUESTION  FOR  YOU  …….   IS  AVIATION  SECURITY  AN  INTEGRAL  PART  OF  THE  COUNTER   OR  ANTI  TERRORISM  EFFORT,  OR  DOES  IT  SIT  OUTSIDE  THESE   AREAS??   9  
  • • THANK  YOU  FOR  LISTENING.   • ANY  DISCUSSION  POINTS???   10