January 15, 2013 -
Captain Pierre Wuillemin, head of biometrics and identifications at the Swiss Border Guard is set to discuss the country’s current biometric programs and future plans at Border Security 2013 in Romania.
Wuillemin will also discuss the effect of Schengen on border controls and response in Switzerland, pan-European cooperation on technological advancement as well as the country’s future plans regarding biometric technologies.
Now entering its sixth year, Border Security 2013 is hosted by the SMi Group and takes place February 27-28, 2013 in Bucharest, Romania.
This year’s conference promises to tackle some of the biggest issues and hottest topics in border security management today. Boasting four keynote speakers across border security and two days of presentations and networking breaks, and registration costs USD$2989.
On February 26, leading up to the event in Bucharest, two interactive workshops have also been organized: one on lone-actor terrorism and its implications for border security, as well as a scenario-based workshop called “Securing Eutopia.”
Registration information is available on the conference website.