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Christopher Hornek joined the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’s (OSCE) Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit in 2003. Under the supervision of the Unit’s leadership, he is a programme manager for Travel Document Security, the TNTD/ATU's largest programme. In this capacity Christopher has nine years of dedicated experience concerning identity management practices, travel document security standards and border inspection techniques. He was responsible for developing the 2009 OSCE Ministerial Council Decision promoting the ICAO Public Key Directory, a vital border control tool.
Keesing Journal 41
Editorial: Full circle Innovation: Current aspects in machine authentication of security documents Part 1: Do we need optical document security? General interest: Innovation drives hologram document...
What are the key features of a modern electronic passport?
Over the last years, more and more countries decided to switch to polycarbonate for the data page of their new electronic passports. The main...