Facial comparison biometric success

CBP intercepts imposter using new biometric tech

On only the third day using its new cutting-edge facial comparison biometric system, US Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Field Operations at Washington Dulles International Airport has intercepted an imposter posing as a French Citizen. […]

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Duton (R) announce Home Affairs Portfolio
Border Leaders

Australian Home Affairs minister in leadership tilt

Australian Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton has resigned his cabinet ministerial post effective 21 August following a failed attempt to wrest leadership of his political party, the Liberal Party, from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Down […]

Auckland Airport
Government News

New Zealand consults public on proposed ETA

New Zealand plans to strengthen its border security by requiring most airline and cruise passengers to provide better information before leaving their home country via an ETA process. The government’s plans were released for consultation in […]

Heathrow T2 Central
Border Challenges

Border Force cops criticism for Heathrow queues

Recent weeks have seen widespread media coverage of log queues at London’s Heathrow Airport, with plenty of criticism levelled at the UK Border Force following reports of passengers waiting two-and-a-half hours to go through passport […]

Border Systems

WorldReach offers SaaS via UK’s G-Cloud 10

United Kingdom government departments can continue to purchase WorldReach’s Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions through the G-Cloud 10 framework, with WorldReach once again qualifying as an official supplier. Transparent procurement G-Cloud is accessed through […]