Smart Borders 2014

2014-05-21 - 2014-05-22
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Worldwide Business
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+44 (0) 20 7368 9465
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Smart Borders 2014 only event to offer customs, enforcement and immigration departments at government agencies the opportunity to collaborate with other country government agencies and their own internal departments, air, port and rail operators and companies, and technology/product solution providers to reach a coordinated border security strategy that increases security and improves the customer experience.Break down silos across: • Main country government agencies, reflected in a global speaker faculty and pan European audience • Customs, enforcement and immigration departments the most senior policy makers from each of these departments • Air, port and rail views represented the most influential associations, operators, and companies • System integrators, specialist products and technology providers, market leaders in the border security space With an exclusive audience of 100 top government agency attendees in Border Security, 13 European Countries represented, 7 global associations and a high quality programme this event is essential for border security professionals to benchmark, network and learn. At Smart Borders we only work with the most senior professionals from international government agencies. Speakers include: o Ian Neill, Acting Director Border Systems Programme, Border Force, Home Office, UK o Tom Dowdall, Deputy Director, National Crime Agency, UK o Krum Garkov, Executive Director, EU Agency for large-scale IT systems, European Commission o Robert Missen, Head of Unit, Land & Maritime Security, European Commission o Matthew Roseingrave, Customs Counselor, New Zealand Customs o Robert Mocny, Assistant Secretary, Office of International Affairs, Department of Homeland Security, USA o Andreas Reisen, Head of Division, ICT-Strategy for the Federal Police, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany o Jos Klappe, Chief of Intelligence, Royal Marechaussee, Ministry of Defense, Netherlands o And many more!

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