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Intergraf Identity High __ Tuesday 05/04/2022
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Who

Closed session

Attendance in-person and by invitation only

Stricty restricted to:

printers of passports in circulation
identity document issuing authorities
government agencies
law enforcement

When

Tuesday 05/04/2022

Intergraf Identity High
09:00-17:05

Welcome cocktail
18:30

Where

Centre de Congrès de Lyon
50 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006 Lyon
France

Getting there

Registration

In-person700€ *

*net, exclusive of legal VAT (20%)

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Registration opens
16/11/2022

Cancellation

In case of cancellation, the following policy will apply:

Cancellation fee
up to 15/01/2022 free
from 16/01/2022 50%
from 17/03/2022 100%
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Welcome cocktail

19:30-21:00
Centre de Congrès de Lyon
Ground floor

All delegates and registered partners are welcome to join. Please wear your badge to enter

Programme


Joint Session __
Intergraf Currency/Identity High

09:45-10:00 Q&A

10:00-10:45 Coffee break

Intergraf Identity High
Chairxxxxx _ xxxx __ xxxxx

10:45-10:55 Welcome and presentation round

11:55-12:10 Q&A

12:10-13:40 Lunch

Chairxxxx __ xxxx __ xxxx

14:40-14:55 Q&A

14:55-15:30 Coffee break

Chairxxxx _ Hxxxxr _ xxxx __ xxxx

16:50-17:05 Q&A

18:30 Welcome cocktail

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Our 2022 line-up


Intergraf Identity High is a day-long conversation on identity built around face-to-face networking, designed to keep you informed and connected.

Meet the experts who will share their knowledge on 05/04/2022.

Last modified on Monday, 06 December 2021 12:27
Jordan Brough
Senior Forensic Document Examiner
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - ICE Forensic Laboratory United States of America
Fabrice Capiez
Counterfeits Unit Manager
Banque de France France
Carlos Gomez
Head of R&D and Innovation
Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre - Real Casa de la Moneda (FNMT-RCM) Spain
Patrick Grother
Computer Scientist
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) United States of America
Frédéric Herry
Head of 'Analyse de Documents' Expertise Unit
Institut de Recherche Criminelle de la Gendarmerie Nationale (IRCGN) France
Hillary Hoover
Senior Forensic Document Examiner
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - ICE Forensic Laboratory United States of America
Christopher Jänecke
Forensic Document Expert
Bundespolizei (Federal Police Headquarters) Germany
Ignacio López Torres
Team Leader International Affairs
Spanish National Police Force Spain
Nick Titcombe
Document Specialist
Canada Border Services Agency Canada
Roman Vanek
Chief Division Identity Documents & Special Tasks
Federal Office of Police (FEDPOL) Switzerland
Anna Wandschneider
Document Expert
Bundeskrimimalamt (Federal Police Headquarters), KT 54 – Questioned Documents, ID-Systems Germany
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Jordan Brough
Senior Forensic Document Examiner
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - ICE Forensic Laboratory United States of America
Tuesday 05/04/2022 14:00-14:20 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Jordan Brough spent the first few years of his career as a graphic designer for many well-known consumer brands. Because of his penchant for complicated geometric designs, Jordan eventually became interested in the topics of security design and counterfeiting.

Jordan obtained a Master of Forensic Science degree from The George Washington University. After a short stint as a contractor for the U.S. Secret Service, he was hired by the Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory as a forensic document examiner, specialising in adversarial analysis and counterfeit deterrence.

Jordan spends his time examining suspect documents for authenticity, testing security documents for vulnerabilities, and consulting with United States security designers to help create counterfeit-resistant documents.

Security feature integration in document design and how it affects counterfeits

This presentation will discuss security feature integration and placement. It will also include several real-world counterfeits resulting from various design choices.

Fabrice Capiez
Counterfeits Unit Manager
Banque de France France
Tuesday 05/04/2022 09:10-09:45 Intergraf Currency High Presentation Currency+Identity Auditorium Pasteur Speaker

Fabrice Capiez graduated with a master’s degree from the French Engineering School of Papermaking and Printing (PAGORA) and worked in Japan for three years, conducting research and development projects in colour management and offset printing standardisation at Toppan Printing Co.

Fabrice then joined Electronics For Imaging to provide support and training on wide format digital presses and RIP software. Six years later, in 2012, he was hired by Banque de France as R&D Project Manager of its Banknote Manufacturing department.

Involved in several European and international working groups on the subject, Fabrice was promoted Head of the Counterfeits unit in 2016. He now leads the team conducting technical analyses of counterfeits found in circulation as well as counterfeit resilience testing of banknotes and features under development.

Identity documents counterfeiting vs. banknotes counterfeiting – Similarities, differences and trends

Identity documents and currency are widely accepted to belong to two parallel worlds within the realm of security. When it comes to counterfeiting, we will examine the points where the borders between the two areas become blurred and where they differ completely. Analysis will be carried out in terms of counterfeiters’ profiles, counterfeit users and anti-counterfeiting actions.

Carlos Gomez
Head of R&D and Innovation
Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre - Real Casa de la Moneda (FNMT-RCM) Spain
Tuesday 05/04/2022 15:50-16:10 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Carlos Gomez joined the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre - Real Casa de la Moneda (FNMT-RCM) in 1997. In his current position as Head of R&D and Innovation, he is responsible for the development of new features and products in the field of security documents.

Carlos has worked on a number of Spanish and international identification projects over the last 10 years, including the Spanish electronic passport, eID card, visa and residence permit, driving licence, etc.

Carlos currently represents Spain on international working groups such as the European Commission’s Article 6 Committee, ICAO’s New Technologies Working Group (NTWG), and the former Brussels Interoperability Group. He has also led the Residence Permit experts subgroup, chaired by Silvia Kolligs-Tuffery, aiming to develop a uniform format for the new European residence permit.

Spanish ID Card 4.0, the National ID Card of the future

Project DNI 4.0 reflects the Spanish Government’s will to update the electronic National ID Card to comply with the EU Regulation 2019/1157. With new security features incorporated in the polycarbonate support and a new design, it implies physical as well as electronic changes, in order to meet all the technical and functional requirements of the EU Regulation on new identity cards.

Patrick Grother
Computer Scientist
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) United States of America
Tuesday 05/04/2022 11:15-11:35 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Patrick Grother is a scientist at the National Institute of Standards in Technology responsible for biometric algorithm evaluation, and biometric performance testing standardisation.

He leads the Face Recognition Vendor Tests which constitute the world’s largest independent public tests of face recognition algorithms. These give quantitative support to developers, end-users and policy makers faced with algorithm selection, performance adequacy assessment, procurement specification. His current research interests relate biometric failure analysis, image quality, demographic effects, and scalability.

Patrick co-chairs NIST’s biannual International Face Performance Conference (IFPC) on measurement, metrics and certification. He assists several US Government agencies in biometrics performance assessment and standardisation.

Since 2018, Patrick has served as the chairman of the ISO/IEC/JTC 1 Subcommittee 37 on Biometrics where he has edited six performance testing and data interchange standards. He received the IEC 1906 Award in 2009, the ANSI Lohse IT Medal in 2013, and U.S. Department of Commerce Gold Medals in 2007, 2012 and 2021.

Face recognition: what challenges remain?

Face recognition accuracy has improved massively. So how and when does it still fail? The talk will describe remaining challenges in face recognition, including morph and presentation attack detection.

Frédéric Herry
Head of 'Analyse de Documents' Expertise Unit
Institut de Recherche Criminelle de la Gendarmerie Nationale (IRCGN) France
Tuesday 05/04/2022 09:10-09:45 Intergraf Currency High Presentation Currency+Identity Auditorium Pasteur Speaker

Frédéric Herry graduated with a master’s degree in Fine Chemistry from the University of Brest, France in 1997 and worked as Technical Director of a French Navy laboratory specialised in environmental, health, and industrial analysis for 10 years.

In 2009, Frédéric joined the Institut de Recherche Criminelle de la Gendarmerie Nationale (IRCGN). As Head of the Documents and Fraud Analysis Expertise Unit, his responsibilities include providing expertise and improving analytical methods for the forensic analysis of document printing with inkjet techniques.

Identity documents counterfeiting vs. banknotes counterfeiting – Similarities, differences and trends

Identity documents and currency are widely accepted to belong to two parallel worlds within the realm of security. When it comes to counterfeiting, we will examine the points where the borders between the two areas become blurred and where they differ completely. Analysis will be carried out in terms of counterfeiters’ profiles, counterfeit users and anti-counterfeiting actions.

Hillary Hoover
Senior Forensic Document Examiner
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - ICE Forensic Laboratory United States of America
Tuesday 05/04/2022 14:00-14:20 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Hillary Hoover is a Forensic Document Examiner at the Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory. Hillary’s primary duties involve conducting examinations of domestic and international travel and identification documents to determine authenticity and reveal alterations. Examinations include but are not limited to microscopic, instrumental and comparative analysis of handwriting, typewriting, printing processes and stamp impressions.

Hillary has testified as an expert witness in the field of Questioned Document Examination on numerous occasions and has given several presentations on the detection of counterfeit and altered travel documents.

She graduated in Forensic Science from The George Washington University and obtained a Bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin. Hillary has been a diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners since 2013 and is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

Security feature integration in document design and how it affects counterfeits

This presentation will discuss security feature integration and placement. It will also include several real-world counterfeits resulting from various design choices.

Christopher Jänecke
Forensic Document Expert
Bundespolizei (Federal Police Headquarters) Germany
Tuesday 05/04/2022 14:20-14:40 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Christopher Jänecke is a Document Examiner at the Forensic Lab of the Federal Police in Germany. In this capacity, he represents the Federal Police as an expert witness in court proceedings.

Working in one of the largest European document units has given Christopher a good overview of current counterfeiting trends, as well as of recent developments in the production of security features and technologies.

Christopher is a Frontex trainer, regularly takes part in reference manual and fields projects, and initiated the creation of the first Frontex handbook for security documents.

He lends his document expertise to several projects within the Federal Police, on issues including smart phone apps and passport readers, and also provides support to students completing diplomas on the future of security documents.

Over the last four years, Christopher has worked extensively on issues related to high-quality counterfeits, notably of Syrian and Yemeni passports.

High-quality counterfeits of Schengen visas

The speed at which high-quality counterfeit of the new Schengen visas have developed shows clearly that document forgery is becoming a lucrative arena for organised crime.

Ignacio López Torres
Team Leader International Affairs
Spanish National Police Force Spain
Tuesday 05/04/2022 15:50-16:10 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Ignacio López Torres has been a member of the Spanish National Police Force since 2005. Currently serving as Team Leader International Affairs of the Identity Documents Division, he is a Sub-Inspector trained in document security.

Before graduating in Police Science, Ignacio studied Sport Science. A Judo black belt, he is a Martial Arts and Self-Defence Instructor of the Spanish National Police Force, a Filipino Kali Instructor, and has earned the title of Jeet Kune Do.

Spanish ID Card 4.0, the National ID Card of the future

Project DNI 4.0 reflects the Spanish Government’s will to update the electronic National ID Card to comply with the EU Regulation 2019/1157. With new security features incorporated in the polycarbonate support and a new design, it implies physical as well as electronic changes, in order to meet all the technical and functional requirements of the EU Regulation on new identity cards.

Nick Titcombe
Document Specialist
Canada Border Services Agency Canada
Tuesday 05/04/2022 11:35-11:55 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Nick Titcombe has been working for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for the last 15 years and has been part of the National Document Centre (NDC) for the past 10 years. He is a Document Specialist with considerable experience in travel, identity and civil document analysis, training delivery, and Canadian border operations and policies.

Nick is a recognised subject matter expert regarding the production of secure documents and current trends in fraudulent documents. He has assisted partner agencies to develop travel documents, fraud detection techniques, and training courses.

He is also the lead NDC trainer for document examination and regularly delivers training sessions to front line officers and international partner agencies.

Fraud docs: One part at a time

This presentation will examine the interception of components that are used to produce counterfeit documents; blank cards, laminates, OVD’s, including counterfeit Canadian permanent residency cards, provincial driver’s licences, and credit cards.

Roman Vanek
Chief Division Identity Documents & Special Tasks
Federal Office of Police (FEDPOL) Switzerland
Tuesday 05/04/2022 10:55-11:15 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Roman Vanek joined the Swiss Federal Administration after graduating with a law degree from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Today, Roman is Chief of the Division Identity Documents & Central Bureaus for Firearms and Explosives. He is responsible for the Swiss passport and identity card, including development and research of future applications. This task also requires him to look at trends in falsifications and misuse of documents.

Roman is the representative of Switzerland on the Technical Advisory Group on the Traveller Identification Program (TAG/TRIP) of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), and on the Article 6 Committee of the European Commission. Between May 2012 and December 2016, he chaired the ICAO Public Key Directory (PKD) Board. He is a member of the ICAO PKD Executive Body since 2017.

Document fraud – Tools, trends and analyses

Document fraud often goes together with other criminal activities such as terrorism, human trafficking, and illegal migration. Switzerland has developed a tool to collect and analyse document seizures at its borders, domestic control points, and embassies abroad. This presentation will provide a quick look at the tool itself, but also highlight the current findings, trends registered, and efforts made to detect series of and similarities in fraudulent documents.

Anna Wandschneider
Document Expert
Bundeskrimimalamt (Federal Police Headquarters), KT 54 – Questioned Documents, ID-Systems Germany
Tuesday 05/04/2022 14:20-14:40 Intergraf Identity High Presentation Identity Room Rhône 3 Speaker

Anna Wandschneider received her PhD in Physical Chemistry from Rostock University, Germany in 2009 and immediatly joined the Identity Documents department in the Forensic Science Institute of the German Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt).

In the following years, she became an ID Document Examiner. Her duties include the preparation of written and oral expert opinions on questioned documents for law enforcement agencies, and as evidence to be presented in court.

Anna shares her professional expertise in a number of national and international working groups for increasing the counterfeit deterrence of identity documents, and is a regular member of the European Commission’s Committee on a uniform format for visa (Article 6 Committee).

High-quality counterfeits of Schengen visas

The speed at which high-quality counterfeit of the new Schengen visas have developed shows clearly that document forgery is becoming a lucrative arena for organised crime.