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Updated agenda released for SMi’s Border Security 2018

11/16/2017

SMi Group has released an updated agenda for its 10th annual Border Security conference, which takes place on 21-22 February 2018. Now running for over a decade, SMi’s Border Security event has established its brand as one of the leading conferences that provide delegates a platform to discuss strategies to implement next generation capabilities to secure land, air and sea borders in response to growing global threats.

 

 

Day 1 will focus on the development and application of biometric technologies, European updates on border control strategies and operational case studies to defend maritime borders. Day 2 will highlight smart borders and data management, airport border security, developing regional border and migration management through next-generation capabilities.

 

 

Recent additions to the programme include representatives from the host nation. Lieutenant Colonel Dr Damiano Risi, Head of Border Police International Affairs, Border Police Division of the Italian State Police will be presenting on how the Italian State Police effectively manages irregular migration and cross-border crime.Colonel Paolo Emilio Recchia, Chief of Staff of the Air Naval Operational Headquarters – Air Naval Component of the Guardia Di Finanza will also be presenting a session on how the Italian GDF manages the task of security at sea.

 

 

The new updated agenda can be viewed on www.bordersec.com.

 

 

Featured speakers also include representatives from Italian Navy, US Department of Homeland Security, Portuguese Maritime Authority and Ministry of Defence, Swedish National Bureau of Investigation, Borders and Immigration UK, Delegation of the European Union to Turkey, Schiphol Airport, Airpol and more.

 

 

With the migration crisis in Europe still at the forefront of national security, as well as a surge in development and application of biometric technology, never has there been a time of importance for such forum.

 

 

Those interested in attending are advised to register on the event website.

 

There is currently a £200 Early Bird discount which expires on 30 November.


To get full access of the complete updated programme and topics, visit 

 

 

www.bordersec.com

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