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In state institutions and corporations, a large number of documents are still printed and stored in paper form - including materials containing classified information. Despite the growing role of information technology, paper documents still constitute a significant leakage channel for classified information according to market analysis statistics. This office security system is a perfect solution for secret bureau where there is a need to protect confidential documents.
Copies of documents can be effectively protected against being taken out of the designated area. The office security system consists of 3 elements - special paper, printers or photo copiers with a sensor that allows to print only on this specific paper and detection gates alarming when paper is moved through them. This is a one-of-a-kind cost-effective solution that allows to protect printouts from being taken out of the designated area. What is important, gates detect documents made on this particular paper, even if they are kept in bags, folders and even wrapped in aluminium foil, which protects against unauthorized leakage of information.
The patented paper production technology provides a high level of security and good print quality. It provides a detection area between 60 and 80 cm depending on the amount of magnetic fibres in the paper and the level of electromagnetic noise in the environment. As a standard, there are two types of paper available (with high and low microfibre density) in A4 and A3 size.
The office security system operates in a frequency band of 200 Hz using a special EM detection technology. Electromagnetic gates show the highest resistance to shielding with metalized objects and some types of non-magnetic metals. Thanks to the 3D technology applied in the system, the gates detect paper in any position, included folded, crushed, cut or inserted between other sheets of paper, in a briefcase or in aluminium foil.
The office security system also gives the possibility of using microfibers and printing on "secure paper" to protect against counterfeit products (e.g. excise bands).
The counterfeit market is worth around EUR 423 billion and generates EUR 14.5 billion of loss annually in the European Union.
The office security system enables a simple implementation of additional security measures in the existing methods of authentication, e.g. banderol or excise marks placed on alcohol, cigarettes or medicines. The use of a unique magnetic marker makes counterfeiting of such a security element virtually impossible. Additionally, it facilitates a random and quick inspection of warehouses and stores using hand-held detectors, and an easy and quick check whether the product has been taxed/ is original or comes from an illegal source.