Securiport’s Civil Aviation & Immigration Security Services Empower Countries Such as Honduras to Keep Borders Secure

August 31, 2015 – Washington, D.C. Securiport helps enhance civil aviation security and combat criminal activity in airports worldwide, especially here in Honduras. Securiport accomplishes this with Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services (CAISS) that empower airport security officials and immigration officers with the necessary tools to keep the country safe.

The CAISS is a comprehensive security solution that utilizes advanced biometric identification systems and provides proprietary intelligent information used to identify potential security risks and criminal activity. Further strengthening the effectiveness of airport’s security capabilities.

By leveraging these systems, government officials and immigration officers will be able to equip themselves with the actionable data and necessary information to keep all ports of entry secure, ultimately creating safer and more protected nations. Learn about this Civil Aviation Security solution, one that elicits safer travels, more secure nations and is tailored to provide benefits to both travelers and governments.

About Securiport:
Securiport LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of passenger biometric recognition, immigration processing, and intelligent information management and reporting software systems. With headquarters in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments around the world. Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Systems, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary intelligent information for the identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and disease prevention based on the comparison and multidimensional analysis of the biometric data and traveler information collected during immigration processing. Learn more at www.Securiport.com.

Securiport Named Track Sponsor for IATA’s AVSEC World Conference

August 24, 2015 – Washington, D.C. – A world leader in passenger biometric recognition, immigration control systems, and civil aviation security, Securiport has been named the Track Sponsor for IATA’s 24th Annual AVSEC World Conference taking place this October in Dublin, Ireland.

The AVSEC World Conference is an annual event organized by The International Air Transport Association (IATA), and is the leading conference and exhibition devoted to aviation security. With over 600 security experts representing the full spectrum of the aviation industry, this is the event to attend and expand your networks: interact with peers from airline, airport and government agencies, take part in interactive panel sessions and workshops, deepen your knowledge of current security risks, and share your views on how we can anticipate those risks which are imminent. Join the collaborative efforts currently underway to manage the risks.

This year’s AVSEC World theme is “Risk Management: Collaborate. Coordinate. Communicate.” According to IATA’s CEO and Director General, Tony Tyler, “aviation risk management now faces greater challenges than in any previous era. Cyber security, conflict zones, drones, pilot health, and foreign fighters are just a few of the issues.” In order to adequately respond to these emerging threats, Tyler suggests that “traditional risk management approaches need to be supplemented by a new mindset of cooperation and collaboration.”

Securiport will play an active role at the 24th AVSEC World Conference, acting as Track Sponsor and contributing to discussions within the Border Security, Emerging Threats, Foreign Fighters, and Armed Conflicts tracks. The conference organizers, WorldTEK, IATA, and ACI (Airports Council International) recognized Securiport for their support and involvement.

WorldTEK, a full service world-class event and travel management company has over 40+ years of experience in providing event management and travel services. Airports Council International is the only global trade representative of the world’s airports. ACI represents airports interests with Governments and international organizations such as ICAO, develops standards, policies and recommended practices for airports, and provides information and training opportunities to raise standards around the world.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 260 airlines, or 83% of total air traffic. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and helps formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.

In addition to Track Sponsor for AVSEC World, Securiport is also an IATA Strategic Partner. IATA’s Strategic Partnership Program was founded in 1990, and includes a community of more than 350 partners worldwide. The Strategic Partnership aims to provide member airlines and aviation solution and service providers a platform to build and strengthen relationships with key industry stakeholders, as well as collaborate on mutual concerns and emerging issues and to exchange ideas through various IATA work groups.

About Securiport:

Securiport LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of passenger biometric recognition, immigration processing, and intelligent information management and reporting software systems. With headquarters in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments around the world. Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Systems, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary intelligent information for the identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and disease prevention based on the comparison and multidimensional analysis of the biometric data and traveler information collected during immigration processing. Learn more at www.Securiport.com.

To Secure Borders, Countries Should Look to Leverage Intelligent Civil Aviation Security Solutions

In a time of increased globalization and aviation connectivity, criminal activity and the threats of attacks on aircrafts by terrorists remain a persistent and growing concern for our world. With the large number of passengers traveling through airports every day, it is critical that immigration and security checkpoints are equipped with the necessary and proper re sources, infrastructure, and training, needed to identify and uncover potential security risks and criminal activity.

Within the past decade there has been tremendous improvements in the technology, systems, and processes in place at airports to assist security personnel. However, many airports and nations have yet to make the transition to these more effective technologies, leaving their borders unprotected and unsecure.

Securiport, a global leader in the design and implementation of passenger biometric recognition, civil aviation security, immigration control systems, and intelligent information management and reporting software systems, is committed to the Science of Safer Nations. Through the improvement of the capabilities and effectiveness of civil aviation security systems and processes, Securiport hopes to create more secure nations and borders to ultimately enhance international passenger safety.

To enhance their borders and strengthen their security capabilities, countries should look to implement intelligent Civil Aviation Security solutions that utilize the latest innovations and technologies, such as Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services (CAISS). Securiport’s CAISS is a comprehensive security solution that empowers security personnel and immigration officials with the tools necessary to enhance Civil Aviation Security and combat criminal activity. The CAISS utilizes advanced biometric identification systems and provides proprietary intelligent information used to identify potential security risks and criminal activity, further strengthening the effectiveness of the airport’s security capabilities.

Additionally, when coupled with Securiport’s Intelligent Information Management System, a methodology for cross-referencing passenger information across international traveler databases, such as INTERPOL’s I-24/7, the CAISS provides governments, airport security, and immigration officials with a comprehensive set of traveler data and information that can be used to confirm a passenger’s identity and uncover potential security risks. The CAISS also includes Watch-list Management, which crosschecks passenger information against multiple government databases and performs real-time identification checks. Implementing a solution such as Securiport’s CAISS, governments and airport security officials can drastically improve the performance and effectiveness of airport security checkpoints and better prevent terrorists and criminals from illegally entering or leaving their country’s borders.

For example, a country such as Honduras could benefit greatly from implementing a Civil Aviation Security solution such as Securiport’s CAISS. In recent months, the Government of the Republic of Honduras has been working to prevent and reduce human and narcotic traffickers as well as other criminals from illegally crossing its borders. Honduras and the United States have recently held a High Level Security Dialogue to discuss ways the U.S. and Honduras can continue to work together to strengthen the country’s borders. Honduras highlighted its notable success over the past year, including the extradition of major drug traffickers to the U.S. and an impressive drop in the homicide rate, as well as outlined its strategy for countering threats like transnational organized crime and trafficking of persons and drugs. Additionally, the Honduran government has made tourism a national priority, believing that the tourism industry will not only benefit the country by stimulating the economy, but also by strengthening their national identity, therefore increasing development and providing Hondurans with a higher standard of living.

With the assistance of Securiport, implementing advanced solutions such as their Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Service, Honduras can substantially improve their border security and effectively uncover and dismantle illegal activity such as human and drug smuggling networks. Just last year, Securiport’s Intelligent Information Management Data Analytics enabled international authorities to interdict a Senegal-based human trafficking ring, resulting in numerous criminal arrests. In addition, Securiport’s CAISS assisted in the identification and arrest of an individual traveling with a stolen passport, who belonged to a vast network of counterfeiters.

By leveraging intelligent civil aviation security systems, such as Securiport’s CAISS, countries such as Honduras will be able to equip themselves with the actionable data and necessary information needed to identify and combat criminal activity in order to keep their country secure. This creates safer and more secure nations.