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Future Border Security to Rely on Data, AI, Says Interior CS Kindiki

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Interior CS Kithure Kindiki has revealed that the future of border security will be revolutionized by technology, stating the pivotal role of data, artificial intelligence, and digital solutions.

Speaking today Tuesday, April 2, 2024 at the Inaugural National Border Management Conference in Nairobi, Kindiki declared, “The border of the future is going to be secure but contact-less, with minimal human interaction for checks and controls.”

Kindiki highlighted the critical need for collaborative efforts among law enforcement agencies, immigration, customs, and intelligence teams to effectively address transnational crime and terrorism threats.

He stressed that no single agency can tackle the complex challenges of border security alone, calling for stakeholder collaboration and information sharing.

The government’s commitment to equipping security agencies with cutting-edge technology to combat security threats like terrorism and human trafficking was highlighted by Kindiki.

He stated, “To keep our borders safe and secure for Kenya and neighboring countries, the government has made significant investments in the latest technology and resources.”

The conference, attended by delegates from Tanzania, Somalia, South Sudan, and Uganda, focused on enhancing regional cooperation to promote economic prosperity and ensure secure borders.

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