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1 San Francisco International Airport Access Control and Biometrics Case Study Kim Dickie, Asst Deputy Airport Director, - Aviation Security

2 2 Access Control System (ACS) MDI and Ingersoll Rand Hand Geometry installed 1991 Serve 20,000 airport ID badged employees Terminal 2 Renovation Project New domestic terminal w/ 14 gates Select a new ACS and Biometric system Identify need for migration plan for all terminal facilities Smart Card Technology Comply with new industry standards Background

3 3 Approximately 1500 airfield access portals ACS Card Reader transactions over 200,000 / day 200+ access portals equipped with Card/ Hand Geometry Readers Hand Geometry Reader transactions can exceed 35,000 / day Deployed at all Airport controlled access portals leading directly to the Secured Area ACS and Biometric System - Current

4 4 T urnstile Vestibule, Card Reader/Hand Geometry, Access Portal Access Control System - Current

5 5 How it works…………… Over 90 distinct hand measurements taken including: Length Width Thickness Surface area 3-D image acquired 9 byte template is generated Biometric Technology – Current

6 6 Hand Geometry Facts Easy to use Low failure to enroll rate 2 out of 70,000 Fast verification 2 – 3 second average Low false rejection rate.1% probability an authorized user is rejected Hand Geometry Reader reliability greater than 99.9% Biometric Technology - Current

7 7 Lumidigm fingerprint readers to replace infrared hand geometry readers Multispectral imaging technology used to collect fingerprint information from below the surface of the skin Biometric Technology - Future Avoids conventional fingerprint reader pitfalls : Worn fingertips Overly moist or dry skin Soft press against reader Susceptibility to fraudulent, artificial fingertips

8 8 Access Control System - Future ACS system – Lenel OnGuard HID iClass Elite contactless Card Fingerprint, Hand Geometry, Mag stripe, proximity card Space for a contact chip

9 Presentation Title and date (update in slide master) 9 Airport Badging/Credentialing Process – Current

10 Presentation Title and date (update in slide master) 10 Forms & Pre- Checks Pre-Enroll Manual Setup Airport Security Training Conduct Enroll Fingerprinting CHRC No-Fly List Manual Verification – inconsistent return rate – 3 places to check for approval Manual Setup Badging & Card Issuance Manual Results End Enroll Document Archiving Manual Filing Manual Physical Access Privileges Physical Access Manual Data Reconciliation Provision Manual Provision Audit Manual Audit Reports Time for completion Not Controlled by Airport - CA DOJ

11 Presentation Title and date (update in slide master) 11 Airport Badging/Credentialing Process – Future

12 12 Web Paper Forms Pre-Enroll Badging, Card, Key, Issuance End Enroll Automate Result Upload Audit Automate Data Reconciliation Automate Audit Reports Physical Access Privileges Provision Automate Provisioning & Role-based Access Privileges Airport Security Training Document Archiving Conduct Automate Doc Mgmt Automate Training Registration Automate Data Input Capture Fingerprints No-Fly & Selectee list CHRC Background Check Automate Upload & Verification CA DOJ

13 13 Identity Management System (IDMS) Vehicle/Parking Access Control Biometric, Smart Cards Document Mgmt Physical Security Documents PACS Biometrics Smartcard Third Parties Background Check/ No-fly List Vetting Credential Check External Processes AAAE/TSC (BASIC, CATSA) No-Fly IDMS solution connects siloed systems into a common framework

14 14 IDMS – Automated Workflow E-Form Credential Application –Eliminates duplicate data entry –Streamlines manual enrollment of biographic data Badge creation is only allowed when: –STA & CA DOJ is approved –Role-based badge template selection Twice Daily – SAFE is looking for STA –Setup alert for company-authorized designee, –Deactivate Card within 48 hours Automatic Notification Process –Creates Authorized Signatory or Employer correspondence Automated Compliance of TSA regulations – Audit process –Authorized designee training mandatory SAFE Applies Pre-Defined Rules

15 15 BASIC Pilot Program SFO to BASIC : XML Web Services - HTTP, SOAP 1.1 Phase 1 – Biographic information completed –5-15 Day Exercise (Design, Test, Deploy) –Initial round of integration testing complete –Testing conducted remotely Phase 2 – Biometric and Biographic in work Integrate SAFE to Identix LiveScan – Fall 2009 –Allow SFO to connect to BASIC

16 16 Lessons learned so far…….. Identify IDMS requirements and opportunities Phased approach - operational pilot Perform ROI - Metrics Evaluate Network system to identify requirements


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