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SMi Group's 7th annual Border Security conference & exhibition returns to Sofia in February 2014. Last year's exhibition room sold out so make sure you sign up soon. Contact Sadia Malick at …

SMi Group's 7th annual Border Security conference & exhibition returns to Sofia in February 2014. Last year's exhibition room sold out so make sure you sign up soon. Contact Sadia Malick at smalick@smi-online.co.uk now to be part of it. Last year's sponsors included

Flir Commercial Systems
Defendec
Panasonic Europe
Cobham
Ultra Electronics
TeamNet International
Regula Baltija
Safran Morpho
SITA
Arinc
Cassidian
Raytheon UK

The latest draft programme is attached and should be finalise din the coming weeks.

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  • 1. Private and confidential Draft programme SMi present … 7th Annual Border Security 2014 26-27, February, 2014 Hotel Sheraton Sofia, Bulgaria Sponsored by VISIT US AT www.smi-online.co.uk Copyright SMi Group Ltd 2009 Please note CONFIRMED denotes that a speaker has accepted the invitation and has agreed to participate. For speaker opportunities, please contact Rebecca Stadward: +44 (0) 20 7827 6042 or email rstadward@smi-online.co.uk Confirmed Chairman: Neil Hall AFNI MIACP, Assistant commissioner Police (retd) Confirmed Speakers: John Vine CBE QPM, Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, UK Police Brigadier General Gábor Kovács, EU Twinning Project, Hungarian National Police Marek Adamczyk, Adviser - The Headquarters of Border Guard, Border Guards Poland Alberto Andreani, Programme Officer, OSCE Chairman-in-Office Captain Pierre Wuillemin, Head of Biometrics and ID, Swiss Border Police Mr Marius Dumitru, Director of the Project Management Unit, Romanian Border Police Mr Zaharin Penov, Director, Chief Directorate Border Police, Bulgaria Neil Hall AFNI MIACP, Assistant commissioner Police (retd) Jon Trumble, TNTD Border Unit, OSCE Secretariat Malcolm Kell,Stabalisation advisor, UK Government's Stabilisation Unit Adriano Baptista, Head of Operations Division, European Union Satellite Centre Serge Rinkel, Director of Technical Committee, Borderpol Mr Howard Riley, UK North West Counter Terrorist Unit Representative from the International Office of Migration Petrus Neacsu, Head of Telecommunications Unit within Directorate for the Implementation of Integrated System for Border Security, Romanian Border Police. Tony Mihaitoaia, Specialist officer within Directorate for border surveillance and Border Crossing Control, Romanian Border Police Subject to final confirmation: Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager, Security Department, State of Israel Ms Petia Karayaneva UNHCR Mr Erik Berglund Frontex Ralph Markert, Deputy Head, Border Security Task Force, INTERPOL Representative from C/o Steve Mehringer NATO Headquarters Invited Speakers: Massimo Ramanzin, Border and Migration Adviser, Ministry of Internal Affairs, EULEX, Kosovo Franz Prutsch, Technical Cooperation Specialist for Europe and Central Asia, IOM Austria Mr Alexander Nouak, Head of Competence Centre Identification Biometrics, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD, Germany Brig. Gen. Ilkka Laitinen, Executive Director, FRONTEX James Douglas, Vice President Aviation, European Association of Airport and Seaport Police Police Chief Commissioner Petrus Neacsu, Project Management Unit, Romanian Border Police Major Aivo Pinte, Chief of Luhamaa BCP, South Prefecture, Estonian Border Guard
  • 2. Private and confidential Draft programme VISIT US AT www.smi-online.co.uk Copyright SMi Group Ltd 2009 Please note CONFIRMED denotes that a speaker has accepted the invitation and has agreed to participate. For speaker opportunities, please contact Rebecca Stadward: +44 (0) 20 7827 6042 or email rstadward@smi-online.co.uk Sponsors from 2013 Distinguished Advisory Board SMi, are fortunate to be working with the following advisors to ensure that Border Security 2014 continues to grow and develop as one of Europe’s leading border security forums The following people will aid the Border Security 2014 team with content and direction with the 2014 conference; Mr Zaharin Penov, Bulgaria General Commissioner, Director, Chief Directorate Border Police Marek Adamczyk, Adviser - The Headquarters of Border Guard, Border Guards Ralph Markert, Deputy Head, Border Security Task Force, INTERPOL Alberto Andreani, Programme Officer , OSCE Chairman-in-Office “Border Security 2014; addressing the major challenges that face today’s Border control agencies, including criminal networks, marine security, biometrics, inter-agency cooperation and future planning”
  • 3. Private and confidential Draft programme VISIT US AT www.smi-online.co.uk Copyright SMi Group Ltd 2009 Please note CONFIRMED denotes that a speaker has accepted the invitation and has agreed to participate. For speaker opportunities, please contact Rebecca Stadward: +44 (0) 20 7827 6042 or email rstadward@smi-online.co.uk Day One: 26 February 2014 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks Neil Hall, Former Assistant commissioner, Royal Turks & Caicos Islands Police Force Host Nation Briefing 9.10 Bulgarian Model of Border Security • Bulgarian strategy and cooperation • Working with the partner nations • Unique challenges of Bulgaria’s geo-political concerns • Forward thinking to Schengen Mr Zaharin Penov, Bulgaria General Commissioner, Director, Chief Directorate Border Police Key European Nation Border Security Updates 9.50 Border security and Schengen external borders’ evaluation process – polish approach Polish border security system 5 components of Polish border management strategy Polish Border Guard as police-type and migration service Interagency co-operation at national and international level Marek Adamczyk, Adviser - The Headquarters of Border Guard, Border Guards 10.30 Morning Coffee 10.50 The Hungarian National Police current strategy and capability for protecting the EU external borders The border guarding organization in Hungary The Hungarian National Police border policing strategy Main principles and methods of the border guarding Main results, main problems and solutions Co-operation with another border policing organizations and the FRONTEX The future, main tendencies Police Brigadier General Gábor Kovács, EU Twinning Project, Hungarian National Police 11.30 Identification & biometrics: an effective remedy for identity fraud & error? How can we achieve security with biometrics? Ways to make biometrics more secure
  • 4. Private and confidential Draft programme VISIT US AT www.smi-online.co.uk Copyright SMi Group Ltd 2009 Please note CONFIRMED denotes that a speaker has accepted the invitation and has agreed to participate. For speaker opportunities, please contact Rebecca Stadward: +44 (0) 20 7827 6042 or email rstadward@smi-online.co.uk Privacy in biometrics Alberto Andreani, Programme Officer, OSCE Chairman-in-Office 14.10 Networking lunch 1.30 Specialist Surveillance of the Romanian Border Police Tony Mihaitoaia,Specialist officer within DIRECTORATE FOR BORDER SURVEILLANCE AND BORDER CROSSING CONTROL, Romanian Border Police Maritime Border Control 14.10 Irregular Migration and its effect on crime Neil Hall AFNI MIACP, Assistant commissioner Police (retd) 14. 50 Contribution of Space Assets for Effective Border Management Remote sensing to support border management – overview of satellite capabilities and limitations GEOINT challenges and possible solutions GIS capabilities in the context of border management Role of European institutions/agencies in collaborative border management Mr Adriano Baptista Head of Operations Division , EU Satellite Centre 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.50 New challenges for the Mediterranean as an EU border. How to better Coordinate European efforts? Profile of border security in the public domain The Mediterranean – African gateway to Europe Working towards unambiguous European policies governing migration, asylum, security, foreign policy and maritime issues Invitation to: Mr Erik Berglund, Frontex 4.30 New Technology for Mobile control to the Border Guard Corps BGC • Border security and Mobile Passport control Captain Pierre Wuillemin, Head of Biometrics and ID, Swiss Border Police 5.10 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day one DAY TWO: 27th February 2014 8.30 Registration & Coffee
  • 5. Private and confidential Draft programme VISIT US AT www.smi-online.co.uk Copyright SMi Group Ltd 2009 Please note CONFIRMED denotes that a speaker has accepted the invitation and has agreed to participate. For speaker opportunities, please contact Rebecca Stadward: +44 (0) 20 7827 6042 or email rstadward@smi-online.co.uk 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks Neil Hall, Former Assistant commissioner, Royal Turks & Caicos Islands Police Force International agency cooperation and updates for Border Security KEYNOTE ADDRESS 9.10 Effective Inspection of the UK’s Border Security Functions The Independent Chief Inspector for Borders and Immigration in the UK will present findings from his high-profile inspection reports looking at border security functions across the UK’s airports and ports An insight into how the Chief Inspector and his team carry out effective, impartial and robust inspections aimed at improving the UK’s border John Vine CBE QPM, Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, UK 9.50 Enhancing Border Security: INTERPOL's Approach in a Globalised World Current INTERPOL Initiatives to Enhance Border Security; MIND/FIND; STOP; (Reverse ITD); IMEST Real Life Examples- Success Stories; Examples/Facts Partnership Development- IATA Future; AIRPOL; FRONTEX; EUROPOL Funding Approach and Future Direction- Current funding cuts; require enhanced security; How to deal with that? – Collaboration, synergy and combining resources Invitation to: Ralph Markert, Deputy Head, Border Security Task Force, INTERPOL 10.30 Morning Coffee 10.50 Stabilising Conflict Borders Malcolm Kell, Stabalisation advisor, UK Government's Stabilisation Unit 11.30 Passports, ID cards and Birth certificates – how can global standardization protect against the threat of fraud What are the current numbers of document theft in the EU Interpol’s efforts for collating the records and distributing the information Will standardizing birth records documents combat some of the threat of forged passport and other types of formal identification Invitation to: James Douglas, Vice President Aviation, European Association of Airport and Seaport Police 12.10 Networking lunch 1.30 Romanian IBM Concept Implementation Romanian Border Police structure Introduction in Integrated Border Security System (IBSS) Current status of IBSS implementation Threats and challenges faced Petrus Neacsu, Head of Telecommunications Unit within Directorate for the Implementation of Integrated System for Border Security, Romanian Border Police 2.10 Small Airstrip management of smuggling Defective management of aviation authority
  • 6. Private and confidential Draft programme VISIT US AT www.smi-online.co.uk Copyright SMi Group Ltd 2009 Please note CONFIRMED denotes that a speaker has accepted the invitation and has agreed to participate. For speaker opportunities, please contact Rebecca Stadward: +44 (0) 20 7827 6042 or email rstadward@smi-online.co.uk How are customs controlling the small airstrips with limited resources What regulations are in place to manage airstrips with the UK How can these lessons influence overseas aviation authorities Organised crime is taking advantage of these small low surveillance hotspots to bring in Cash, Fuel, Cigarettes and alcohol. Mr Howard Riley, Regional Ports Border Coordinator, UK North West Counter Terrorist Unit Invitation to: Mr Jerry Hart, SGS Group 2. 50 Border Security: Developing Countries & the 21st Century Challenge The example of West Africa, a hot bed for marriages of convenience between terrorists, smugglers, fraudsters and pirates – how are they moving into Europe o With no official borders in Europe how can agencies prevent movement and expansion of this threat links between criminal networks across borders A look at the Maritime security of the gulf of Guinea The specific role to be played by the international community, including Borderpol Serge Rinkel, Director of Technical Committee, Borderpol 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.50 European Port Security Information Exchange Network (EPSIEN) Invitation to: Chief Superintendent Peter Van Den Berg, Vice President for Maritime Affairs, European Association of Airport & Seaport Police (EAASP) 4.30 Borders and Borderlands - A Space of Common Interests and Common Challenges Jon Trumble, TNTD Border Unit, OSCE Secretariat 5.10 Chairman’s closing remarks and end of conference