Interception of passengers with nefarious intent is fundamental in the field of aviation security. Practitioners need information, tools and capabilities to apply different security measures to passengers presenting variable levels of risk of engaging in an act of unlawful interference. Practitioners in the domain of facilitation are interested in similar capabilities, given that those passengers presenting little or no risk, both in the context of aviation security and border management, may be expedited through security and border checks. Differentiation of passengers, both from security and immigration risk perspectives, is thus a theme of common interest in aviation security and facilitation. This panel was broadcasted live in the following time zones: Montreal, Lima and Mexico City.