Securiport Proudly Sponsors the ICAO TRIP Symposium and Exhibition in Montreal, Canada, October 24-26, 2017

Joining this year’s exclusive international panel of agencies at the ICAO TRIP Thirteenth Symposium and Exhibition is Securiport, a global leader in the design and implementation of immigration control, border security, and threat assessment solutions, in Montreal, October 24- 26, 2017.

As a Gold Corporate Sponsor, Securiport executives have been invited to participate in the conference. Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Enrique Segura, will give a presentation on how the latest innovations from Securiport in civil aviation and advanced analytics can help make air travel more secure and efficient.

WHO:            Securiport,

                       Dr. Enrique Segura, President & CEO

 WHAT:        ICAO TRIP Thirteenth Symposium and Exhibition

 WHERE:     Montreal, Canada

 WHEN:       October 24th to October 26th

The ICAO TRIP Symposium and Exhibition is an annual multidisciplinary meeting of policy makers, senior managers and industry leaders tasked with securing border integrity through border control management processes. Securiport is proud to join this year’s forum which will bring together border protection forces and agencies to discuss the future of border security in order to enhance international collaboration and to address the threats faced by international civil aviation.

Securiport Unveils eGates, A Big Data Analytics Solution That Helps Airports Securely Vet Passengers Faster for Better Traveler Experience, and Shorter Lines at Senegal’s International Airport

July 24th, 2017—Washington DC— Securiport, the global leader in intelligent immigration controls and civil aviation security solutions, has announced it successfully launched eGates, it’s smart immigration processing gate that securely expedites passenger lines through automated intelligent vetting using big data analytics. The launch was deployed at the Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport in Dakar, Senegal, where an inaugural ceremony was recently held presided over by Senegal’s Director of the National Police, Mr. Oumar Maal; the General Director of the Senegal Airports Agency (ADS), Mr. Pape Maël Diop; and Securiport’s General Manager, Mr. Franck Dour.

Securiport’s eGates provide governments with the ability to save resources and expedite the excruciatingly slow immigration processing of travelers. These automated immigration gates speed up the vetting process (a 15-second average processing time) and provide a better airport experience without compromising security.

International Security experts noted that, at a time when global airports are challenged by increased threat assessments and slower passenger lines, Securiport’s eGates intelligent solution could help international airports and Government Aviation Authorities improve operational security and deliver a better traveler experience overall. Securiport’s eGates offer a better way to effectively cope with the congestion at terminals during simultaneous arrival of multiple flights.  For example, every year, 2 million people travel through this international airport in Dakar. Leveraging Securiport’s eGates, the Senegalese airport can process up to nearly 6,000 passengers per day, per gate. The automated immigration gates read and analyze travelers’ passports, scan their fingerprints, snap their photos and perform detailed identity database background checks in a matter of seconds versus minutes to hours.

About Securiport

Securiport LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, biometric screening, immigration control, and threat assessment systems. Headquartered in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments from around the world. Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary systems for the identification of potential security risks and criminal activity, and also for epidemic disease prevention. Learn more at http://www.securiport.com.

 

Securiport to Sponsor Border Management Solutions in the Age of Big Data at Interpol World 2017 Congress in Singapore, July 4th – July 7th, 2017

Washington DC– Securiport, a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, border management, immigration control, and threat assessment systems, announced it is proud to be a major sponsor for Border Management Solutions at the INTERPOL World 2017 Congress and Exhibition which will be held in Singapore between July 4th, 2017 and July 7th, 2017. Securiport will also present its latest advanced analytics solutions for safer nations on July 6th, 2017 in a special presentation by Dr. Enrique Segura, its President and CEO.  

This year, INTERPOL World 2017 will place a special focus on Identity management and detection in a borderless world. Specifically, industry thought leaders and government officials will interact and share strategic best practices for law enforcement, migration and border management in an age of globalization. Dr. Enrique Segura, President and CEO of Securiport, will make a special presentation on “Operational Perspectives” and discuss the latest innovations from Securiport in advanced analytics and other strategic tools to help secure borders in the age of big data.

According to INTERPOL World 2017’s organizers, “While technology advancements have enabled immigration and law enforcement agencies to cope with an increasingly challenging operating reality, technology has also enabled those seeking to circumvent border controls through the use of false identities, counterfeit travel documents and more to pursue illegal immigration, transnational organized crimes and/or terrorism.”

WHO:          

Securiport, Dr. Enrique Segura, Chief Executive Officer

WHAT:        

INTERPOL World 2017

WHERE:      

Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre

WHEN:        

Thursday, July 6th

   2:30 pm – 3:00 pm Operational Perspectives

   4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Question-and-Answer

 

About Securiport, LLC:

Securiport, LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, border management, immigration control, and threat assessment systems. Headquartered in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments from around the world to provide its proprietary Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services, a comprehensive security suite with secure biometric recognition, identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and threat detection.

About INTERPOL World 2017:

INTERPOL World is an event providing a strategic platform for the public and private sectors to discuss and showcase solutions to evolving global security challenges. The biennial exhibition and congress event aims to connect law enforcement, government bodies, academia, international security professionals and buyers with security solution providers and manufacturers. The event fosters mutually beneficial collaboration, information sharing, innovation and solutions to ensure faster and more accurate responses to security threats.

Securiport Aids in the Capture of Two High-Level ISIS Terrorists at Senegal Airport

April 17, 2017—According to several media reports, Securiport, a global leader in intelligent immigration controls and civil aviation security solutions, helped Senegalese authorities apprehend two high-ranking Daesh—most commonly referred to as ISIS—jihadists in the Senegal Airport.

The suspects—of Moroccan descent—were traveling from Istanbul when they were flagged by Securiport’s global security system and arrested immediately. The names of the suspects have yet to be released, but they are the 36th and 37th terrorists to be captured by Senegalese authorities this year.

In this globally connected world, ensuring strategic border security has become a high priority for European, Middle Eastern and African nations alike. Terrorists don’t respect international borders, so the need for implementing strong immigration control measures is imperative. As criminals and terrorists move across borders undetected, utilizing intelligent immigration control is a critical weapon in the fight against these new threats.

And nowhere is there a greater need for border security than at airports. In 2016 Interpol flagged 115,000 people attempting to use fraudulent passports and travel documents. That’s why countries typically ravaged by terrorists and criminals illegally crossing their borders are now relying on sophisticated airport security to assist them with their security.

With this technology, and with the assistance of specially trained personnel, airports now have access to comprehensive biometric and passport screening technology in an integrated system, and real-time access to Interpol and similar international security-related databases.

Securiport provides proprietary security solutions to governments. With state-of-the-art airport security, Securiport stems the flow of criminals and terrorists across borders by maximizing the usage of the most sophisticated predictive analytics tools, and big data, to keep airport passengers, and the world, safe.

About Securiport

Securiport LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, biometric screening, immigration control, and threat assessment systems. Headquartered in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments from around the world. Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary systems for the identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and disease prevention. Learn more at http://www.securiport.com.

Securiport Shares Strategic Border Security Solutions to Control External and Internal Land Borders at the 2017 World Border Security Congress in Casablanca, Morocco

March 27, 2017—Washington DC. Securiport, the global leader in intelligent immigration controls and civil aviation security solutions, was pleased to present at this year’s exclusive World Border Security Congress in Casablanca, Morocco.

The World Border Security Congress is supported by the Ministry of Interior of Morocco, Organization for Security & Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), European Association of Airport & Seaport Police (EAASP), International Security Industry Organization, National Security & Resilience Consortium and International Association of CIP Professionals, and is the premier multi-jurisdictional transnational platform where the border protection, management and security industry policy-makers and practitioners convene annually.

According to conference organizers, this year’s conference focused on Developing Strategic Border Management Resolutions and Solutions. The past couple of years have seen the largest displacement and movement of people since World War II. The Middle East warring factions creating mass refugee movements across Europe, illegal economic migrants from Africa and Asia creating increased challenges for the international border management and security community. The rise of ISIS, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram, Hamas, Al Shabaab, the Taliban, and other terrorist groups creating cross border threats to national and international security. Plus, organized crime continues to move drugs and people through over-exposed and under-monitored borders.

In its opening notes, World Border Security Congress emphasized that despite the expansion of international agreements in Europe and Asia, no part of the world is immune from border penetration. Due to the wide range of treats, governments need to continue to invest in their border security, such as combating terrorism, controlling the movement of goods, and monitoring personnel across international borders. Reducing the number of unsecured international borders will remain a top priority for border security in the immediate and long-term.

Dr. Attila Freska, Securiport’s Chief Operating Officer, shared his security firm’s expertise and insights on “The Border Security Paradigm” during a strategic panel discussing solutions for External and Internal Land Border Challenges. The panel explored how external land borders provide unique challenges in the fight against cross border organized crime, human trafficking, smuggling and mass migration. Yet internal land borders, such as airports and ports, are becoming an increasing focus of terrorist threat or illegal travelers using fraudulent travel documents. The panel explored the latest global challenges and how strategies and technologies help deliver a more secure border.

Dr. Attila Freska is a recognized expert in the use of biometrics and predictive information systems for aviation security, immigration control, and border security management applications. Dr. Freska is regularly invited to speak on security matters at conferences, including INTERPOL, International Air Transport Association (IATA), and Airports Council International (ACI).

Prior to joining Securiport, Dr. Freska held senior management positions with prestigious companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, Deloitte Consulting, Owens-Illinois, and most recently American Capital. He has also started a number of entrepreneurial ventures, and has supported numerous non-profit endeavors.

About the World Border Security Congress

The World Border Security Congress, co-hosted by the Ministry of Interior of Morocco & the Director of Migration and Border Surveillance, is a multidisciplinary meeting of the world’s senior policy makers, practitioners and players. Securiport proudly joined this year’s forum where key attendees discussed and debated the current and future issues facing the border management, security and migration management sector.

About Securiport

Securiport LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, biometric screening, immigration control, and threat assessment systems. Headquartered in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments from around the world. Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary systems for the identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and disease prevention. Learn more at http://www.securiport.com.

Securiport Shares Strategic Border Security Solutions at the 2017 World Border Security Congress

Securiport, the global leader in intelligent immigration controls and civil aviation security solutions, was pleased to present at this year’s exclusive World Border Security Congress in Casablanca, Morocco.

The World Border Security Congress is a multidisciplinary meeting of the world’s senior policy makers, practitioners and players. Securiport proudly joined this year’s forum where key attendees discussed and debated the current and future issues facing the border management, security and migration management sector.

This year’s conference focused on developing strategic border management resolutions and solutions. The past few years have seen the largest displacement and movement of people since World War II. The Middle East warring factions creating mass refugee movements across Europe, illegal economic migrants from Africa and Asia creating increased challenges for the international border management and security community. The rise of ISIS, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram, Hamas, Al Shabaab, the Taliban, and other terrorist groups creating cross border threats to national and international security.  Plus, organized crime continues to move drugs and people through over-exposed and under-monitored borders.  

In its opening notes, World Border Security Congress emphasized that despite the expansion of international agreements in Europe and Asia, no part of the world is immune from border penetration. Due to the wide range of threats, governments need to continue to invest in their border security, such as combating terrorism, controlling the movement of goods, and monitoring personnel across international borders. Reducing the number of unsecured international borders will remain a top priority for border security in the immediate and long-term.

Dr. Attila Freska, Securiport’s chief operating officer, shared his security firm’s expertise and insights on “The Border Security Paradigm” during a strategic panel discussing solutions for External and Internal Land Border Challenges. The panel explored how external land borders provide unique challenges in the fight against cross border organized crime, human trafficking, smuggling and mass migration. Yet internal land borders, such as airports and ports, are becoming an increasing focus of terrorist threat or illegal travelers using fraudulent travel documents. The panel explored the latest global challenges and how strategies and technologies help deliver a more secure border.

Freska is a recognized expert in the use of biometrics and predictive information systems for aviation security, immigration control, and border security management applications. He is regularly invited to speak on security matters at conferences, including INTERPOL, International Air Transport Association (IATA), and Airports Council International (ACI).

Prior to joining Securiport, Freska held senior management positions with prestigious companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, Deloitte Consulting, Owens-Illinois, and most recently American Capital. He has also started a number of entrepreneurial ventures, and has supported numerous non-profit endeavors.

The World Border Security Congress is supported by the Ministry of Interior of Morocco, Organization for Security & Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), European Association of Airport & Seaport Police (EAASP), International Security Industry Organization, National Security & Resilience Consortium and International Association of CIP Professionals, and is the premier multi-jurisdictional transnational platform where the border protection, management and security industry policy-makers and practitioners convene annually.

Securiport’s Strategic Solutions at 2017 World Border Security

Securiport, two time Winner of 2016 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards for Best Identification Management Solution &, Best Threat Intelligence Solution, presented at this year’s exclusive World Border Security Congress in Casablanca, Morocco. 

The World Border Security Congress, co-hosted by the Ministry of Interior of Morocco & the Director of Migration and Border Surveillance, is a multidisciplinary meeting of the world’s senior policy makers, practitioners and players.ASTOR platinum

This year’s conference focused on Developing Strategic Border Management Resolutions and Solutions, according to conference organizers.

The past couple of years have seen the largest displacement and movement of people since World War II.

The Middle East warring factions creating mass refugee movements across Europe, illegal economic migrants from Africa and Asia creating increased challenges for the international border management and security community.

The rise of ISIS, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram, Hamas, Al Shabaab, the Taliban, and other terrorist groups creating cross border threats to national and international security. 

Plus, organized crime continues to move drugs and people through over-exposed and under-monitored borders.  

(EU leaders meeting in Malta on Friday will face the challenge of how to work with a chaotic Libya and reluctant sub-Saharan African countries to prevent a feared upsurge of migrant smuggling to Europe. Courtesy of AFP news agency and YouTube)

World Border Security Congress emphasized that despite the expansion of international agreements in Europe and Asia, no part of the world is immune from border penetration, in opening notes.

Due to the wide range of threats, governments need to continue to invest in their border security, such as combating terrorism, controlling the movement of goods, and monitoring personnel across international borders.

Reducing the number of unsecured international borders will remain a top priority for border security in the immediate and long-term. 

Dr. Attila Freska, Securiport’s Chief Operating Officer, shared his security firm’s expertise and insights on “The Border Security Paradigm” during a strategic panel discussing solutions for External and Internal Land Border Challenges.

The panel explored how external land borders provide unique challenges in the fight against cross border organized crime, human trafficking, smuggling and mass migration.

Yet internal land borders, such as airports and ports, are becoming an increasing focus of terrorist threat or illegal travelers using fraudulent travel documents. The panel explored the latest global challenges and how strategies and technologies help deliver a more secure border. 

Dr. Attila Freska is a recognized expert in the use of biometrics and predictive information systems for aviation security, immigration control, and border security management applications.

Dr. Freska is regularly invited to speak on security matters at conferences, including INTERPOL, International Air Transport Association (IATA), and Airports Council International (ACI). 

(Hear from Dr. Freska at INTERPOL World TV 2015, courtesy of INTERPOL World and YouTube)

Prior to joining Securiport, Dr. Freska held senior management positions with prestigious companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, Deloitte Consulting, Owens-Illinois, and most recently American Capital. He has also started a number of entrepreneurial ventures, and has supported numerous non-profit endeavors.

The World Border Security Congress is supported by the Ministry of Interior of Morocco, Organization for Security & Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), European Association of Airport & Seaport Police (EAASP), International Security Industry Organization, National Security & Resilience Consortium and International Association of CIP Professionals.

This event is the premier multi-jurisdictional transnational platform where the border protection, management and security industry policy-makers and practitioners convene annually. 

Securiport proudly joined this year’s forum where key attendees discussed and debated the current and future issues facing the border management, security and migration management sector.Securiport

Securiport is a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, biometric screening, immigration control, and threat assessment systems.

Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary systems for the identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and disease prevention. 

Securiport Proudly Sponsors The World Border Security Congress in Casablanca, Morocco, March 21-23, 2017

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Silver and lanyard sponsor, Securiport, to speak at The World Border Security Congress on The Border Security Paradigm

Joining this year’s exclusive international panel of agencies at the World Border Security Congress is Securiport, a global leader in the design and implementation of immigration control, border security, and threat assessment solutions, in Casablanca, March 21st – 23rd, 2017.

Securiport executives have been invited to participate in the conference. Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Attila Freska, will give a presentation about The Border Security Paradigm on the 2nd day of the conference.

WHO:          

Securiport,

Dr. Attila Freska, Chief Operating Officer

WHAT:        

World Border Security Congress

WHERE:      

Casablanca, Morocco

WHEN:        

Wednesday, March 22nd from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

 

The World Border Security Congress, co-hosted by the Ministry of Interior of Morocco & the Director of Migration and Border Surveillance, is a multidisciplinary meeting of the world’s senior policy makers, practitioners and players. Securiport is proudly joining this year’s forum that will discuss and debate the current and future issues facing the border management, security and migration management sector.

Securiport’s Intelligent Immigration Control System Facilitates Senegal Authorities to Intercept & Extradite Wanted International Criminal to Justice in France

According to recent media reports in Dakar, Senegal, a French National who was apprehended for acts of armed robbery and wanted by Interpol, was intercepted and detected through Securiport’s Integrated Immigration Control System (IICS). With the intelligent watch-list management database implemented at the International Airport of Dakar, security authorities on-site were alerted immediately and were able to intercept the suspect. Since the apprehension of the Central African citizen, Otto “Prince Charming” Longola has been imprisoned in Rebeuss jail while awaiting his December extradition to France.

African Media further reported that the criminal, known for impersonating a businessman through a fictitious company, was highly sought by Interpol at the request of the court of Bordeaux. Upon Longola’s arrest, French officials asked for the extradition of the Central African citizen that was captured at Dakar International Airport.

Throughout 2016, Securiport has successfully aided officials in several African countries with apprehending international criminals on the international watch lists. Similar to the latest incident involving Longola, numerous arrests have occurred at the Senegalese airport through the use of Securiport’s traveler screening tools.

Securiport’s threat detecting systems alert immigration officials of possible risks in real-time. A recognized leader in border security through the use of intelligent immigration controls and aviation security solutions, Securiport is the “gold standard” for providing tools for threat assessment and identifying trans-national criminal activities.

In addition to providing proprietary threat assessment tools, Securiport’s exclusive systems also conduct passenger biometric screening and security controls of travelers.

About Securiport

Securiport LLC is a global leader in the design and implementation of civil aviation security, biometric screening, immigration control, and threat assessment systems. With headquarters in Washington, DC, USA, Securiport partners with governments around the world. Securiport’s Civil Aviation and Immigration Security Services, a comprehensive security product that performs secure biometric recognition of travelers at immigration posts, provides proprietary systems for the identification of potential security risks, criminal activity, and disease prevention based on the comparison and multi-dimensional analysis of the biometric data and traveler information collected during immigration processing. Learn more at http://www.securiport.com.

Securiport Proudly Sponsors the BORDERPOL Global Forum in Budapest, Hungary

Platinum sponsor, Securiport, to speak at border agency conference on border security and immigration in the 21st Century

Joining this year’s exclusive international panel of agencies at the BORDERPOL Global Forum is Securiport, a global leader in the design and implementation of immigration control, border security, and threat assessment solutions, in Budapest, December 6th – 8th, 2016.

As a long-term Platinum level Corporate Sponsor, Securiport executives have been invited to participate in the conference. Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Attila Freska, will present on the challenges of border security and immigration in the 21st Century as well as participate in a discussion panel on Ensuring Airports ‘Welcome’ and not just ‘Process’ passengers the 2nd day of the conference.

WHO:             Securiport,

                        Dr. Attila Freska, Chief Operating Officer

WHAT:           BORDERPOL Global Forum 

WHERE:         Budapest, Hungary 

WHEN:           Tuesday, December 6th from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

                        Wednesday, December 7th from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

                        Thursday, December 8th from 9:00 am-1:00pm

The BORDERPOL Global Forum is an annual multidisciplinary meeting of lawmakers, senior managers and industry leaders tasked with managing international borders. Securiport is proudly joining this year’s forum that will bring together border protection forces and agencies from over 40 countries to discuss the future of border security, traveler and migration management.

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