6 NEWS Friday, September 8 2017 | NEW ERA Automated border control system launched Staff Reporter Windhoek The Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Pendukeni Iivula- Ithana, on Wednesday launched the upgrade Electronic Border Control Management System at Hosea Kutako International Airport. It was developed and installed by local IT company Syntex Technologies. E-Border Control Management Systems Upgrade Project that is to be installed at all border posts to and Namibians simpler and faster. According to the minister, the world has become a global village with improved technology and transportation infrastructure and is experiencing an unprecedented various reasons, which is facilitated by modern transport systems. “While benefit also accrues from the movement of persons, particularly in the area of migration and development, there are also associated challenges that need to be managed and mitigated. These include, but are not limited to, persons, smuggling of migrants and Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana terrorism,” stated the home affairs and immigration minister. It therefore requires a shift from the traditional way of managing migration to a more risk approach practice facilitated by information and intelligence gathering. It was for these reasons that the need to improve on Namibia’s border control infrastructure was According to the home affairs minister, the new system captures the biometrics of a person such as face for facial recognition and “With this modernisation we expect to improve on collection of statistics, data storage and mining tivity with approved stakeholders.” As a result, the operation of law enforcement agencies can be enhanced by the new system as it will help identify people even if they change their names because “The conclusion of this project - and facilitating lawful migration, and will contribute to the furtherance of the turnaround strategy the ministry has implemented just a few years ago,” Iivula-Ithana stated. According to her, the road to success was not a smooth one as it coincided with the economic crunch Namibia has experienced which resulted in a slowdown in the availability of funds with some targets not met on time.She said the commitment and patriotism showed by the company that implemented the project ensured the completion of the project on time. ko International Airport switched over to the new project as from September 1 with the rest of the border posts to follow suit in the near future. Iivula-Ithana concluded by emphasising the fact that a system can only be as good and effective as its cess lie in the hands of the users, who law enforcement agencies assigned to the attainment of Vision 2030, the National Development Plans and the Harambee Prosperity Plan (HPP). REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY The Government of the Republic of Namibia endeavours to put legislation in place governing the electronic transactions and related cyber security issues. Prompted by this desire, a draft Bill known as “Electronic Transactions and Cybercrime Bill” was formulated. framework for the promotion of the use of electronic transactions in government services and private contracts; to provide for the legal recognition of electronic transactions; to provide for the admission of electronic evidence; to provide for consumer protection in electronic commerce; to regulate the liability of service providers for actions of their clients; to provide for the protection of critical and important data; to create certain offences; to create certain powers for the investigation of offences and to provide for matters incidental thereto. PUBLIC NOTICE NATIONAL CONSULTATIVE WORKSHOP ON THE ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS AND CYBERCRIME BILL Furthermore, in nutshell, the Bill aims to: commerce and communications with public and private bodies, institutions and citizens; for the consumer, business and public agencies or bodies to conduct and use electronic transactions The above mentioned Bill was ready for tabling in Parliament on the 18 February 2017 and was withdrawn for further Public consultation. It is against this background that the Ministry of ICT is inviting the public and interested parties to attend the National Consultative Workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to allow the public to provide The National Workshop is scheduled for 12 September 2017 at Namibia Institute of Public Administration and Management (NIPAM) Paull The copies of the Bill can be obtained from the following sources: Ministry of ICT Website: www. request via Email from Elizabeth.Kamutuezu@mict. gov.na and Elly .Mulilo@mict.gov.na For more information please contact Ms. Elizabeth Ujarura Kamutuezu Email Address: Elizabeth.Kamutuezu@mict.gov.na Telephone Number: +26461 2832399 Cell phone Number: +264811438414
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