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Tony Tyler's remarks at AVSEC World, which took place in Washington, on 27 October
Through interactive workshops, panels and expert presentations 500 + delegates, representing the entire industry of security representatives, exchanged ideas and operational experiences, learnt practical new skills, and put together the framework to create the future of aviation security.
View the AVSEC World 2014 program (pdf)
Day 1: Plenary Session (pdf)
Day 2: Cargo Security and Smart Security (pdf)
Day 2: Emerging Threats/Cyber Security and Insider Threats/Passenger Data (pdf)
Introduction to IATA Security Publications (pdf)
Day 3: Plenary Session (pdf)
Workshops: Risk Assessment and Cyber Security (pdf)
Workshops: Human Factors and Unruly Passengers (pdf)
Workshops: SeMS and Air Carrier Security Programs (pdf)
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