Sessions » SDW Fishbowl – Staying ahead of the fraud curve

SDW Fishbowl – Staying ahead of the fraud curve

 

Mountbatten Room
Wednesday 27 June

 

9.40

Fraud Vignettes: A day in the life of a forensic document examiner 
Elizabeth Gil and Matthew Heyne, Forensic Document Examiners, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory, USA

A glimpse into the variety of fraud methods encountered at the Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory.

  • Passport alterations;
  • Passport counterfeiting;
  • Identity card counterfeiting. 


What is the Holy Grail of security features and where can I get it? 

Kerre Corbin, Counterfeit Analyst, De La Rue, UK

After attending this presentation, participants will have a better understanding of the three key components for effective counterfeit deterrence: Document design and integration, education, and law enforcement. Each aspect must work in harmony with the other to achieve better counterfeit deterrence. In a perfect world, these would all be 100% effective, and there would be no more counterfeiting! However, because this is not feasible, the counterfeiter finds the weak point and attacks. Maybe the vulnerability lies in the design of the document. Or does it lie in the three-month home detention sentence that a counterfeiter receives for producing hundreds of fraudulent documents?   

Knowing how to hinder and frustrate the different levels of counterfeiters (from beginner to professional), you can start building the layers needed for a well-designed document. Every security document, substrate, and security feature can be simulated enough to fool the right person. By investing in these three components, you will be progressing to a more secure document!

  • Counterfeit deterrence;
  • Security features;
  • Education. 


Authentication of IDs must be possible in all circumstances
Patrick Guthmann, Product Line Manager-Travel Documents, IDEMIA, France

When communication is possible with the chip of the ID document, data tampering and fake data is very unlikely. However, statistics show that when tampered documents are detected in the field, the chip never works, so the efficiency of electronic protection of data vanishes. Furthermore, controls can be made without the possibility of accessing the electronic data, even when the chip works (no reader available or no access to certificates necessary to access sensible data, for example). In these cases it becomes extremely important to be able authenticate the genuineness of personalized data, either by machine, or only with human senses. This presentation will discuss the existing solutions that address this concern.

  • Trends in document control;
  • When the chip cannot be read it is necessary to be able to check the genuineness of the documents both by machine and human senses;
  • Overview of existing means and technologies addressing this concern.

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