New embedded security features in paper can prevent theft and copying of sensitive documents
LaserLock Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:LLTI), a global leader in providing state-of-the-art authentication solutions to? governments, health care providers, high-end retailers and the casino industry today announced it has filed another? provisional patent application (see press release dated February 20, 2013 concerning CVS provisional patent) for a System for Providing a Tangible Medium with an Electromagnetic Security Marker. The technology, called SequrPaper(TM), will allow for sensitive documents to be secured by governmental, research and other protected facilities around the world.
This technology solves the growing problem of document theft in three ways. First, SequrPaper(TM) can be used in any printer and allow all new documents to be secured within that facility. Second, SequrPaper(TM) prevents any copies of documents made from being removed from the facility. Third, this technology can also be embedded into a transparent tape that can be attached to already existing documents and make them as secure as if they were newly printed. Additionally, SequrPaper(TM) contains other LaserLock's technologies to assure against any document being photocopied.
"Everyday we read stories about technical and sensitive information being stolen," said Neil Alpert, President of LaserLock Technologies. "LaserLock's new SequrPaper(TM) technology provides for a cost efficient way to secure intellectual property and sensitive information."
SequrPaper(TM) is the latest patent in a growing list of security and anti-counterfeiting technologies that LaserLock has brought to market in 2013.