Border Security 2017 adds U.S CBP to its expert speaker line up

Border Security 2017 has confirmed Colleen Manaher, Executive Director of Entry/Exit Programmes from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), as a speaker for the 2017 line-up. The 10th annual conference takes place in Rome, Italy next February. The 2017 event will discuss how to enhance border security through technological innovation and procurement. The program will focus on: operational case studies, biometrics technology, smart border technology, threats and border management, surveillance and detection and more. Manaher will be giving a keynote

DHS to present on biometric technology at SMi’s Border Security 2017

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is developing a plan to significantly expand the collection of biometric data at US borders to more closely track foreign visitors. The agency will deliver two presentations on the implementation of biometrics at SMi Group’s Border Security 2017 conference, which will held February 15 to 16 in Rome, Italy. Paul Hunter, chief biometrics strategy of the biometrics division at DHS/USCIS/Immigration Records and Identity Services (IRS) Directorate USCIS, DHS will deliver a presentation titled “Homeland

10th annual Border Security Conference

10th annual Border Security Conference February 15-16, 2017 Rome, Italy This conference program will explore how political issues affecting the border security community, such as increasing immigration in the Mediterranean as well as cross-border terrorism, can be combated and managed using innovative technological solutions. Enhancing surveillance and detection strategies, effectively utilizing manned and unmanned vehicles as well as biometric technology and exploring the threats against land, sea and air borders will take center stage at this global event. These topics