Tamper-Evidence

smartDNA® is the strongest known passive labeling technology with billions of unique signatures along with legally admissible evidence with cost-effectiveness. These features make smartDNA® the best choice for tamper-evidence application.

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    Meter Tamper-Evidence

    Tamper-evidence for utility and energy meters is an established requirement. Even Electronic meters though better protected against electromagnetic tampering still requires  tamper-evidence solution for physical tampering.  Sealing the poly-carbonate enclosure of meters using plastic seals with unique number is one traditional known way.  While these plastic seals with unique number can solve outsider threat up […]

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    Safe deposit in Next-Gen Banking

    Safe-Deposit lockers are traditional methods for confidential and undeclared storage, made available by banks as value-added services for their customers. Though precautionary measures are taken to make the safe-Deposit system tamper-proof. Strong-room civil construction, access control, surveillance, burglar alarm and process-definition to operate lockers are known ways of ensuring tamper-proofing, which also works well as […]

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    FIPS 140-2 Compliance

      The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce that develops and promotes measurement, standards, and technology. Federal Information Processing Standards Publications (FIPS PUBS) are issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). FIPS 140-2 is the current security requirement for cryptographic modules. Picture […]

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    TAMPER-EVIDENT RELOCATION AND SHIPPING SERVICES

    Value Added Services in Relocation Industry This segment functionally looks similar to shipping, but the difference in terms of E2E solution is about complete control on packaging of assets by service providers themselves, in contrast to logistics, wherein packaging is done by the shipper. Another subtle difference is that latency of tamper-identification is much higher […]