Sergei Mozer, Ph.D. at law
Border Threat Detection – The Path to Artificial Intelligence
By Paul Hollingshead, Regional Director at Rapiscan Systems | AS&E
TAs global trade has become more interconnected, the movement of people and goods between countries has greatly increased and detecting threats to national security at the border has become more complex. As a result, every border security agency’s modernization agenda addresses the use of technological innovation to improve their ability to protect society. The drive to modernize is partly driven by the rapidly evolving nature of the threat landscape—use of new technology is critical to ensure agencies are ahead of, or at least keeping up with, their adversaries’ adaptability. It can also reflect political and budgetary pressures—the perennial push for agencies to do more with less.
The monograph is devoted to the history of the emergence and the main activities of the customs institutions of the Far Eastern Republic (FER), which existed in the territory of the Far East of Russia in 1920–1922. The main attention is paid to the formation of the customs institutions of the buffer state, their relations with the law enforcement agencies of the FER in protecting the borders from smuggling.
In June 2019 the WCO Regional Training Center and the Russian Customs Academy published the MONOGRAPH «DIGITAL CUSTOMS. WCO Experience». The author of the monograph is Mr. Mozer Sergei, Deputy Head of the Division of Advanced Customs Technologies, Department of Customs Legislation of the Eurasian Economic Commission (hereinafter — EEC), Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of the Russian Customs Academy, PhD in Law.
In October 2018 the WCO Regional Training Center and the Russian Customs Academy published a Monograph «Improvement of instruments of customs administration: international and legal aspect (The Revised Kyoto Convention Management Committee)».