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SMi's 6th Annual Border Security Conference & Exhibition in Bucharest February 27th & 28th 2013

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  1. 1. BORDER SECURITY 2013 SMi Presents their 6th Annual Conference 27-28 February | Athenee Palace Hilton, Bucharest, Romania BOOK B 31ST OC Y TOBER & SAVE £300 BOOK B Y 30TH NOVEM BER & SAVE £1 00 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS • ASSESS the implementation of Police Chief Quaestor Ioan Buda, General Inspector, Romanian integrated border management Border Police • RECEIVE keynote addresses General Nenad Banovic, Head of Directorate, from Romanian border Serbian Border Police control leadership Marian Tutilescu, Head of Schengen, European Affairs and • ANALYSE current security International Relations, Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior strategies and challenges Ladislav Chabrecek, Director, Bureau of Border and Alien Police • REVIEW the benefits of Slovakia intelligence-led border policing • DISCUSS the efficacy of European border surveillance OTHER SPEAKERS INCLUDE systems Brigadier General Marek Adamczyk, Counsellor-Liaison Officer, Polish • LEARN about pan-European Border Guard biometric requirements and capability Colonel Gabor Kovacs, University of Public Service, Hungarian Police • EXAMINE transnational cyber Captain Pierre Wuillemin, Head of Biometrics and Identifications, threats with Europes leading Swiss Border Guard experts Chief Commissioner Marius Dumitru, Senior Technical Expert, EU Border Security Project Serbia Penny Satches Brohs, Senior Border Issues Adviser, OSCE PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Transnational Threats Department TUESDAY 26TH FEBRUARY 2013 Ion Craciunel, Head of Office, IOM Bucharest A: LONE-ACTOR TERRORISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR BORDER SECURITY Ralph Markert, Deputy Head, Border Security Task Force, In association with SGS INTERPOL 09.00-13.00 Bogdan Catalin Udriste, Consultant/CERT Expert, OSCE B: SECURING EUTOPIA: Steven Mehringer, Head, Communication Technologies Section, SCENARIO-BASED WORKSHOP NATO Headquarters In association with Sasia Security Risks Police Commissioner Adrian Sbarcea, General Inspectorate, 09.00-16.30 Romanian Border Police SPONSORED BY www.bordersec.comRegister online or alternatively call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 BOOK BY 31 OCTOBER AND SAVE £300 I BOOK BY 30 NOVEMBER AND SAVE £100
  2. 2. DAY ONE I 27 FEBRUARY 2013 08:30 13.30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE Port Security in Black Sea Romanian Ports • Security in ports of Sulina, Midia, Constanta and Mangalia 09.00 • The status of implementation of ISPS code in the Romanian CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Ports (using of Safe Sea Net and applying the contingency Steven Mehringer, Head, Communication Technologies plan Section, NATO Headquarters • Requirements vs. Capabilities: The next steps of development • Security of energy transport in the Black Sea 09.10 Police Commissioner Adrian Sbarcea, General HOST NATION KEYNOTE ADDRESS Inspectorate, Romanian Border Police Romanian Border Control 14.10 Police Chief Quaestor Ioan Buda, General Inspector, Aligning Government and the ATC for Effective Border Control Romanian Border Police and Management • Advance passenger information for border control 09.50 • PNR aviation data for criminal investigation and analysis The Implementation of the Integrated Border Management • Optimise passenger flow at airport security checkpoints Action Plan: EU Twinning Project with Turkey • Data enrichment for proactive management of the border • Overview of the Turkish authorities involved in the border SESSION RESERVED FOR ARINC controls and surveillance: Land Forces; National Police; Gendarmerie; Coastguard; Customs 14.50 • The modernization of the Turkish border policing system AFTERNOON TEA • The implementation of the Integrated Border Management Project (main components, results etc.) 15.20 • The second phase of the Integrated Border Management Enhancing Border Security: INTERPOL’s Approach in a Globalized project: main results World • The Training Project for Turkish Border Guards • Current INTERPOL Initiatives to Enhance Border Security ; Colonel Gabor Kovacs, University of Public Service, MIND/FIND; STOP; (Reverse ITD); IMEST Hungarian Police • Real Life Examples- Success Stories; Examples/Facts • Partnership Development- IATA Future; AIRPOL; FRONTEX; 10.30 EUROPOL MORNING COFFEE • Funding Approach and Future Direction- Current funding cuts; Require enhanced security; How to deal with that? – 11.00 Collaboration, synergy and combining resources KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Border Security: A Serbian Overview Ralph Markert, Deputy Head, Border Security Task • Overview of current strategies and challenges Force, INTERPOL • Learning from history 16.00 • Identification of future hotspots The IOMs Role in Immigration and Border Management • What is unique about border control in the region? • International Organization for Migration: Overview and • Future cooperation between nations in the region particular focus on IOM’s work globally in the area of General Nenad Banovic, Head of Border Police Immigration and Border Management Directorate, Serbia • IOM’s Immigration and Border Management Activities in the Region 11.40 • IOMs key projects in Romania HOST NATION ADDRESS: Border Surveillance Integration Ion Craciunel, Head of Office, • Current status of surveillance capabilities IOM Bucharest • Necessity of integration • Step forward to integration 16.40 • Conclusion CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF Chief Commissioner Marius Dumitru, Senior Technical CONFERENCE DAY ONE Expert, EU Border Security Project Serbia 12.20 17.00 Drinks Reception NETWORKING LUNCH Sponsored by Register online at • Alternatively fax your registration to +44 SMI DEFENCE AND SECURITY FORWARD PLANNER Unmanned Aerial Systems Military Airlift 2012 24th to 25th October 2012, London 3rd to 4th December, Florence Military Robotics Joint Forces Simulation & Training 2013 12th to 13th November 2012, London 4th to 5th February, London Social Media within the Military and the Defence Sector Mobile Deployable Communications 2013 14th to 15th November 2012, London 7thto 8th February, Amsterdam Global MilSatCom 2012 MilSatCom Middle East & Africa 2013 27th to 29th November, London 25th to 27th February, Dubai
  3. 3. DAY TWO I 28 FEBRUARY 2013 08.30 13.30 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE Swiss Border Guards Biometric Requirements and Capability 09.00 • Current programmes and systems CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS • The effect of Schengen on border controls and response Steven Mehringer, Head, Communication Technologies • Swiss biometric requirements and future plans Section, NATO Headquarters • Pan-European cooperation on technological advancement 09.10 Captain Pierre Wuillemin, Head of Biometrics and HOST NATION KEYNOTE ADDRESS Identifications, Swiss Border Guard Marian Tutilescu, Secretary of State and Chief of Schengen Department, Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior 14.10 09.50 Electronic Border Guard for Green Perimeter Surveillance in The European Border Surveillance System (EUROSUR) Remote Areas • Introduction (legal basis, scope, aim, principles) Jaanus Tamm, Chief Executive Officer, • General provisions / framework • EUROSUR – Polish approach and stay of play (NCC, RCC, LCC, Defendec pilot project) Brigadier General Marek Adamczyk, Counsellor-Liaison 14.50 Officer of the Border Guard, Polish Border Guard AFTERNOON TEA 10.30 MORNING COFFEE 15.20 11.00 The Effects of Internet-Based Criminality on Border Security KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Bogdan Catalin Udriste, Consultant/CERT Expert, Unilateral and Multilateral Border Protection: Slovakia Case Study • Current systems for border surveillance OSCE • Preparational phases and strategy • Cooperation with member states and third countries 16.00 Ladislav Chabrecek, Director, Bureau of Border and Alien Police Slovakia 2013 Review of Border Security and Social Media: Connecting with the Public…with Eachother 11.40 • Developments in 2012-2013 Common Challenges at the Border • Examination of several cross-border challenges • Review of last year’s conference and implementation • The common and unique aspects that these challenges pose • Broader concepts of communications to OSCE participating States • OSCE efforts to address these challenges and to • Why border communications are as important as the border simultaneously strengthen border security security • Stengthening management capabilities across the OSCE Steven Mehringer, Head, Communication Technologies region Penny Satches Brohs, Senior Border Issues Adviser, Section, NATO Headquarters OSCE Transnational Threats Department 16.40 12.20 NETWORKING LUNCH CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE(0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Supported by
  4. 4. PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP A I TUESDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2013 09.00 – 13.00Lone-Actor Terrorism: In association withImplications For Border SecurityOverviewWhile traditionally viewed as a collective and group activity,analysis of prominent terrorist incidents over the past few yearsindicates a growing prevalence of attacks by sole individuals.Such attacks are difficult to predict and prevent, especially if theperpetrator is not known to have the type of profile and Who Should Attend?affiliations that security services and law enforcement agenciesrely on to target their efforts. The workshop will be invaluable to law enforcement, military, intelligence & border security practitioners and anyone engagedHowever, terrorist attacks – particularly those seeking to inflict in cross border trade or passenger movement.mass casualties or damage to property – require certainresources, such as weaponry, explosive material or assets that Agendacan be misused to have the same impact, such as heavy good 08.30 Registration & Coffeevehicles or aviation. 09.00 IntroductionIs your border security strategy prepared with this in mind? Are 09.15 Interactive Exerciseyour intelligence streams able to generate relevant information? 11.00 Working BreakThis interactive workshop will examine some of the characteristics 11.30 Resume & De-briefand typologies of ‘lone actor’ attackers and reflect on theimplications for border security. The workshop will seek to address 13.00 End of Workshopissues including: Your Workshop Leaders• How can we best define a ‘lone actor’ attacker?• What might be the indicators of an increased likelihood of Jerry Hart, Global Risk Security Analyst, such an attack? SGS• What are the implications for border security? Howard J Riley, Regional Ports & Borders Coordinator,• What are the foundations of an effective strategy for North West UK Counter Terrorist Unit prevention?• Are there any proven operational tactics for identifying Detective Sergeant Allan Murray, individuals likely to be of concern? Counter Terror SpecialistPRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP B I TUESDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2013 09.00 – 16.30Securing Eutopia: In association withScenario-Based WorkshopOverview AgendaSecuring "Eutopia" is a scenario-based border security exercise 08.30 Registration and Coffeebased on a fictional state in Europe- Eutopia. The Workshop willput participants through a series of activities including the 09.00 Brief on the Exercise and Opening Narrativeplanning and execution of border security in a hybrid 09.15 Preparation of Plan for Border Security of "Eutopia," byenvironment with threats ranging from terrorism, drug, nuclear Participants in Groupsand radiological material trafficking, transnational crime, peoplerunning, illegal migration asylum and return operations etc. 10.00 Presentation and Discussion of Plan of Participants 11.00 Scenario 1 - Countering Terrorism Infiltration andThe workshop will be conducted in two main parts and various Nuclear/Radiological Trafficking.sub parts. The two main parts will include planning for BorderSecurity of Eutopia and Execution of Security. To provide a 12.00 Lunchrealistic background these will be based on an opening 13.00 Scenario 2 - Countering Drugs and Organised Crimenarrative followed by a series of sub-plots to build scenarios togive hands on feel of the likely threats and challenges that may 14.00 Coffee Breakbe faced in implementation of border security and actions thatare required to be taken to overcome these while facilitating 14.30 Scenario 3 - Human Trafficking, Illegal Migration,trade and mobility. Asylum etc 15.30 Scenario 4 - Multiple ThreatsWho Should Attend?Leading policy planners for border security at the international 16.30 Conclusionand national level or commander/ manager in a national bordersecurity management programme; materials and transportation Your Workshop Leadermanager of sensitive cargo; technology services providers in thisdomain. Brigadier (Ret) Rahul K Bhonsle, MSc, MPhil, MBA
  5. 5. Register online at • Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE SPONSORED BY For over eight decades, ARINC has provided communications, engineering, and integration to deliver mission critical solutions to the commercial, government, and defense industries. We’ve helped develop and implement solutions to help strengthen security around the globe and whether it’s sending and receiving information securely, providing mobile wireless networks, supporting systems that guard nuclear power plants, or developing the latest biometric tools, ARINC delivers. Cassidian, an EADS company, is a worldwide leader in global security solutions and systems, providing Lead Systems Integration and value-added products and services to civil and military customers around the globe: air systems (aircraft and unmanned aerial systems), land, naval and joint systems, intelligence and surveillance, cyber security, secure communications, test systems, missiles, services and support solutions. In 2011, Cassidian – with around 28,000 employees – achieved revenues of 5.8 billion. EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. In 2011, the Group – comprising Airbus, Astrium, Cassidian and Eurocopter – generated revenues of 49.1 billion and employed a workforce of more than 133,000. Defendec is a high technology company that provides electronic border guards for remote perimeter surveillance for border guard security and critical infrastructure protection - Is it enough? Here is more info FLIR Systems is the world leader for thermal imaging. Pioneers in the commercial thermal imaging camera industry, the company has been supplying thermography and night vision equipment to science, industry, law enforcement and the military for over 50 years. www.bordersec.comSPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIESSMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement yourcompanys marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand yourclient base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to jointhe increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Simon Wright,Business Development Director on +44 0207 827 6732 or email swright@ OPPORTUNITIESAre you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailoredmarketing packages so that your association / publication can gain access to a global market and keydecision makers in the defence market. Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing on +44 0207 827 6106 or emailspatel@
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