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As the global forum for cooperation among its Member
States and with the world aviation community, ICAO sets
standards and recommended practices to enhance global
aviation security and facilitation
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ICAO has developed the ICAO Comprehensive
Aviation Security Strategy (ICASS) for 2011-2016,
which identifies 7 strategic areas to focus ICAO’s
aviation security efforts.
The strategy was endorsed by the
37th Session of the Assembly
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Annex 17 − Security
Sets out the Standards
and Recommended
Practices to be
implemented by Member
States to safeguard
international civil aviation
against acts of unlawful
interference
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Aviation Security Manual
(Doc 8973 - Restricted)
Provides guidance on how
to apply Annex 17
Note: Amendment 1 to the Eighth Edition is
available in all languages and includes updated
guidance on air cargo and mail supply chain
security.
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AVSECPaedia
Introduced in 2011, the AVSECPaedia is a dynamic and
collaborative tool that allows States to share their
own security information and practices
For more information, email us at [email protected]
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Acts of Unlawful Interference
Database (AUID)
AUID is a secure online
database available to all
Member States and is
designed to provide
information on aviation
security incidents in an
efficient and effective
manner
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Acts of Unlawful Interference Database
(AUID)
--Graphical and numerical display of AUI data--
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ICAO Point of Contact Network (AVSECNET)
Features a built-in messaging system that allows for rapid
exchange of critical information among States, while providing
controls over who can access such information
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Facilitation is the efficient management of
control processes, to expedite clearance
and to prevent unnecessary delays
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Annex 9 − Facilitation
Sets out the Standards
and Recommended
Practices for Member
States to maximize the
efficiency of their border
clearance formalities
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Facilitation Manual
Doc 9957
Provides guidance on how
to implement Annex 9
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Manual on Access to Air Transport by
Persons with Disabilities − Doc 9984
Provides general
guidance on services
and features needed
to assure persons with
disabilities have access
to air transportation
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Cooperation among Member States is essential
to successful development of modern
technology and processes, more effective
information sharing and assistance efforts
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Machine Readable Travel Documents
(Doc 9303)
MRTDs include Machine Readable
Passports, Visas and Official Travel
Documents. They facilitate the
inspection of international travellers
at borders and enhance security
Comprehensive specifications and
guidance material to assist States in
their implementation of MRTDs are
published in Doc 9303, which is
endorsed by the International
Organization for Standardization as
ISO/IEC 7501
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MRTDs improve both facilitation and security
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Machine Readable Travel Document
(MRTD)
Machine
Readable
Zone
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ePassport
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Every ePassport
has an embedded
electronic chip that
contains the holder’s
personal information and
photo found in the passport.
The ePassport chip is digitally
signed to prevent unauthorized
alteration. The technology used is
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called Public Key InfrastructurePage
(PKI).
Face Biometric
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Face Biometric proven as most compatible.
Addresses numerous identity related requirements.
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Enhancing the MRTD Programme
ICAO Traveller Identification Programme (ICAO TRIP)
• Holistic approach to identification
management and travel documents
• Applicable to all modes of transport
and borders
• Integrates MRTDs, PKD and other
elements of traveller identification
management
• Submitted to the 38th Session of the
ICAO Assembly − for the final
endorsement of the TRIP Strategy
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Holistic Traveller Identification
Management: Five Dimensions
Civil Registries
Airlines
Airports
International
Organizations
Travel Document
Issuing Authorities
Evidence of
Identity
Interoperable
Applications
MRTDs
Aviation Security
Authorities
Border Control
Authorities
Law Enforcement
Authorities
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Travel Document
Industry
Inspection
Systems and
Tools
Document
Issuance and
Control
Regional
Organizations
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Public Key Directory (PKD)
The Public Key Directory (PKD) is an ePassport inspection tool
that was created at the request of Member States to facilitate
the sharing of the public keys required to authenticate
ePassports.
ICAO encourages all Member States to join the PKD to enhance
security in cross-border movement.
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PKD has 38 members and is growing
The ICAO PKD acts as a central broker, managing the
multilateral exchange of information used to validate
ePassports
Membership is beneficial to travel document issuers
and border control authorities and PKD ensures
worldwide recognition of States’ ePassports, allowing
travellers to cross borders easily
http://www.icao.int/Security/mrtd/Pages/icaoPKD.aspx
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PKD Assistance
• Currently, no alternative mechanism is
available for distributing public key
infrastructure (PKI) information worldwide in
an efficient and economic manner.
• The ICAO PKD also provides States with tools
and expertise for ensuring adherence to the
technical standards and specifications
contained in ICAO Doc 9303.
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Universal Security Audit Programme
(USAP)
To determine:
• the State’s capability for security oversight;
• the degree of compliance of the State with
Annex 17 Standards and security-related
provisions of Annex 9.
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Background: The USAP
Voluntary
Technical
Evaluations
1989 – 2001
Annex 17
140 Requests
112
Assessments
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USAP Cycle I
A33-1, A35-9
2002 – 2007
USAP Cycle II
A36-20
2008 – 2013
USAP-CMA
A37-17
2014 –
onwards
Annex 17
Annex 17 +
Annex 9
Security
Related SARPs
Continuous
Monitoring
Approach
Confidentiality
of Audit Results
178 audits
RiskBased
Follow-up
Missions
2005 – 2009
Limited Level
of
Transparency
Tailored
activities
181 Audits
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USAP Results Analysis Document
Fifth Edition − 2013
http://portal.icao.int/
Contains extensive information on the results
of the completed second cycle of USAP audits.
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USAP Beyond 2013
Continuous Monitoring Approach
CMA
The USAP-CMA will incorporate both a continuous
monitoring and risk-based approach customized for
aviation security. A transition phase began following the
completion of the 2nd cycle of audits and full
implementation of the USAP–CMA is expected by Jan
2015.
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USAP-CMA Advantages
― Move from cyclical audits to continuous monitoring
― Flexible framework and methodology
― Increased focus on assistance
― Findings subjected to a risk assessment based on
their impact on aviation security, and
recommendations prioritized as short- medium- and
long-term
― Feedback for policy development
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Goals of the USAP-CMA
Provide for continuous monitoring and assessment
of States’ aviation security performance:
―compliance with ICAO security SARPs
―adherence to associated international best
security-related practices and guidance
material
―capability for security oversight
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Goals of the USAP-CMA
―Help States help themselves.
―Enable the targeting and tailoring of assistance.
―Generate relevant information for ICAO’s
deliberative bodies and related Programmes.
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USAP-CMA Activities
Documentation-based
audits
Oversight-focused
audits
Compliance-focused
audits
Assistance, surveys
and other monitoring
activities
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Selecting Audit Activities and
Identifying Priorities
USAP-CMA activities and
frequency will be tailored to
the specific situation for each
individual Member State
based on established criteria
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Evolution of the Universal Security
Audit Programme (USAP)
• Council
October
2012
June
2013
Transition
Period
2014
USAP
CMA
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approval of USAPCMA and transition plan
• Completion of second cycle
of audits
• Transition period from July
2013 to December 2014
• Full implementation 2015
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Implementation Support and Development
Programme
The objective is to assist member States to
implement and comply with Annex 17 and
security-related provisions of Annex 9
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ASSISTANCE OBJECTIVES
1) Coordinate, facilitate
and provide direct
assistance to States as
appropriate
2) Foster capacitybuilding and promote
development of AVSEC
programmes
3) Assist States to remedy
their AVSEC deficiencies
identified through the
USAP process
4) Develop partnerships
with industry and
willing partners to
support efforts aimed
at resolving
deficiencies
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Provision of technical training Aviation Security Training Centre (ASTC)
Network, Aviation Security Professional
Management Course (AVSEC PMC),
Aviation Security Leadership and
Management Seminar (AVSEC LAMS),
in-state courses and
workshops
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Aviation Security Training Centres (ASTCs)
deliver ICAO sponsored training activities
and deliver a yearly programme of
Regional Aviation Security Courses
adapted to regional needs
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25 ICAO Aviation Security Training
Centres
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Aviation Security Training Packages
(ASTPS)
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BASIC
INSTRUCTORS
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EXERCISE
MANAGEMENT
CRISIS
MANAGEMENT
NATIONAL
INSPECTORS
SUPERVISORS
CARGO
SECURITY
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Aviation Security Workshops
National Civil
Aviation Security
Programme
National Civil
Aviation Security
Quality Control
Programme
National Civil
Aviation Security
Training Programme
National Screener
Certification
Programme
Airport Security
Programme
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For more information please contact:
Aviation Security Branch
Air Transport Bureau
International Civil Aviation Organization
Phone: +1 514-954-6104
Fax: +1 514-954-6408
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www2.icao.int/en/avsec/pages/default.aspx/
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