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Government order for tamper-proof container closures

Mikoh : 22 October, 2008  (Application Story)
SecureContainer closure systems provided for tamper proofing pelican enclosures used by US Government department
Mikoh Corporation has announced a completed order with an unnamed US government agency surrounding the company's SecureContainer closure devices for ruggedized cases from Pelican Products. This marks the second order from the government agency following an initial order of Smart&Secure seals announced in July 2007.

The agency received an initial delivery of SecureContainer closure devices planned for use in trials for a range of government agency applications. The SecureContainer closure, which incorporates intellectual property from the US National Security Agency (NSA), provides a unique closing system that significantly mitigates risk by detecting unauthorized entry to Pelican cases already deployed by the government agency. This allows the Pelican cases to be sealed with certainty by Smart&Secure and other security seals, to detect if the seal has been compromised.

"Mikoh's SecureContainer closure device provides certainty that containers used to store and transport equipment, documents, evidence, weapons and other sensitive materials are uncompromised," said Matthew Blomfield, managing director and CEO for Mikoh Corporation. "Mikoh works closely with government organizations to ensure that each solution and application meets the critical physical security requirements associated with their high value assets."
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