IATA One ID: A deep dive into the interoperability challenge
One of the key objectives of the One ID initiative is to develop guidance documentation of best practices and drive or support the development and adoption of global recommended practices and standards required to support the harmonisation and interoperability of frameworks, processes, data models, and data interchange protocols.
The project has made some progress toward this direction of interoperability and would like to share broader their vision of the One ID Ecosystem for the Industry.
Passenger data privacy is at the heart of the subject, with the need of passenger biographic and biometric data for passenger processing at the airport to enable biometric recognition and contactless processing. This webinar went through the main data privacy challenges and how could they be addressed, within the One ID Ecosystem and supporting standards.
Key Learning Points
KEY LEARNING POINTS:
- The main elements of privacy that seem to be a challenge and how they can be tackled
- Understand the direction One ID is going toward with regards to interoperability, and how it is addressing many of the privacy issues
- Understand what are the necessary standards to achieve interoperability (to come or existing)
- Learn from industry stakeholders what they think about the One ID Ecosystem and how they plan to integrate and trial with partners.
Kelly-Anne Frenette, Senior Manager Passenger Process One ID, IATA
Kelly-Anne Frenette works at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as the Senior Manager Passenger Process for the One ID initiative, which aims to introduce a collaborative identity management solution to achieve a seamless and contactless passenger experience based on biometric recognition. She leads the development and adoption of guidance material, recommended practices and industry standards related to the modernisation of the passenger travel experience which relies on biometric recognition. This includes the operationalisation of this end-to-end passenger process working alongside IATA’s stakeholders.
She is an experienced process manager, with over 20 years’ experience in the aviation industry working on complex international projects. Her focus has been on improving various aspects of the end-to-end passenger journey, including interface system enhancements for facilitation and revenue optimization, the redesign and enhancement of passenger products and cabin baggage compliance. She has contributed to developing innovative solutions and helping establish industry best practices.
Agathe Lara, Senior Legal Counsel Specialist Data Privacy Corporate Compliance, IATA
Agathe Lara is a lawyer and is part of IATA’s legal team, based in Geneva. Agathe is in charge of ensuring IATA’s compliance with applicable data protection legislations. She also acts as the Secretary of the Privacy Law Working Group, under the IATA Legal Advisory Council, which comprises airlines privacy experts mandated to provide recommendations and advice on industry privacy related matters.
Before joining IATA, Agathe worked at the CNIL (the French Data Protection Supervisory Authority) and then joined a law firm in Paris as an associate for data protection matters – she then worked as legal counsel for two and a half years in Amsterdam.
Daniel Bachenheimer, Digital Identity Principal Director, Accenture
Daniel Bachenheimer, is the Technical Lead within Accenture’s Digital Identity Innovations organization and has been designing and delivering identity solutions for various clients for over 20 years including DHS US-VISIT, UIDAI Aadhaar, UNHCR BIMS, CBP Trusted Traveler Programs, TSA TWIC, WEF KTDI. Dan is the ISO/IEC SC37 (biometrics) liaison offer to ISO TC307 (blockchain), is a participant in various Trust Over IP Working Groups, is an IEEE Certified Biometrics Professional, is an ID2020 Technical Advisory Committee contributing member, is a contributing member of INATBA’s Identity working group, a contributor to MOBi’s Vehicle Identity standards, is a Director of the Biometrics Institute, and has contributed to World Economic Forum and World Bank reports related to Identity.
Justin Ikura, Deputy Director, Passport Program Policy, Admissibility, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Justin Ikura is currently the Deputy Director of the International Unit of the Canadian Passport Program, which is administered by the Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Mr. Ikura is also serving as Vice Chair of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) New Technology Working Group (NTWG), which is ICAO’s technical body responsible for developing travel document specifications.
In this role, Mr. Ikura has developed expertise in border management, passport validation, gender markers, and next generation traveler facilitation/management and passport technology.
Mr. Ikura holds an undergraduate degree in International Business and Marketing and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, both from the University of Ottawa.
Dale Brown, A/Director Travellers Project Delivery, Canada Border Services Agency
Dale Brown is Acting Director of a project delivery portfolio in the Travellers Branch at the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), where he is responsible for implementing initiatives designed to improve processes and predictability for travellers entering Canada. Together with a Canadian air industry colleague, Dale co-chairs a working group of border and migration officials and air industry representatives, seeking to implement digital identity solutions in alignment with OneID concepts and the ICAO Digital Travel Credential.
With a background in the CBSA’s operational and enforcement programs, Dale also served for six years in the CBSA’s International Network. In that role, he represented the CBSA at multilateral organisations such as the World Customs Organization, engaged with foreign governments to promote common interests on border management issues, and collaborated with air industry partners globally to combat travel document fraud and to implement and promote compliance with Canada’s immigration and border requirements