ID and Security webinars
ID and Security webinars
Passenger Screening to combat illegal immigration & cross border crime – Part 1
In this first edition of our webinar series, we examine international passenger screening legislation and provide valuable insights into how border agencies must effectively handle passenger data to protect national borders. The webinar provides vital information for government bodies looking for information on API/PNR screening systems.
Passenger Screening to combat illegal immigration & cross border crime – Part 2
How do governments identify unwanted travelers before they arrive? In this second webinar, WCC discusses how to transmit passenger data to government agencies, highlighting the different providers offering data connectivity. In addition, we examine issues that affect passenger data quality and correction strategies, such as using links to historical passenger data.
Passenger Screening to combat illegal immigration & cross border crime – Part 3
In this third webinar, WCC introduces some of the advanced data-matching techniques used by our HERMES passenger screening solution. We describe how our Watchlist Matching, Rule-based targeting, and other Analytics features can help to screen passengers that warrant additional investigation, while at the same time ensuring full compliance with GDPR.
Passenger Screening to combat illegal immigration & cross border crime – Part 4
In this final part of our series of four webinars, we show how WCC uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to screen passengers and improve border security. We describe how AI techniques identify security risks, and Predictive Analytics and Anomaly Detection can help predict unknown threats. Last but not least, we introduce the new HERMES COVID-19 Health Dashboard.
Public Employment Service webinars
Interview with Columbian PES
In November 2019, independent Public Labor Market expert Miguel Peromingo spoke to Angi Velasquez, Director of Columbia’s Public Employment Service (PES). Ms. Velasquez describes the challenges the Columbian PES faces compared to other countries. For example, the difficulties of establishing a common strategy in a PES network comprising private and public organizations, and achieving effective collaboration with mainly small and middle-sized employers. Moving on to discuss digitalization, Ms.Velasquez describes her goal of redeveloping the PES digital labor market platform. She aims to make it the country’s main source of employability information in 2020.
The Role of Big Data in PES
Guest presenter: Dr. Willem Pieterson, an expert on multi-channel communication in PES, discusses how Big Data and Big Data Analytics can be used to harvest data. The collection of the data is extremely valuable and especially important as part of efforts to improve services. In particular, Big Data leads to opportunities, monetary savings and improvements in operational efficiency within government and PES. Our webinar illustrates how Big Data and Big Data Analytics are paramount for vacancy matching, fraud detection, training/counseling. And how it can be used as a new channel for service delivery, and making labor market predictions possible for PES.