Revell to help Rogue DNA’s nano-based anti-counterfeiting go global

July 23, 2007 — Rogue DNA Inc., a Canadian company focused on advanced document security technology, has partnered with Revell Group International (RGI) — a global network of former senior FBI, law enforcement, security service, intelligence, diplomatic and military officials — which will promote Rogue DNA’s document authentication products throughout the world. Initial focus is on the US and Southeast Asia, including Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.

Rogue DNA’s patent-pending authentication technology confirms that any paper, card, or plastic security document is the original by identifying the unique three-dimensional composition of the actual piece of material at the nano scale. Rogue promises absolutely impregnable security in a manner that is non-invasive and inexpensive to implement.

Rogue DNA’s technology and products are packaged both as complete scanners and as OEM modules which can be integrated within an existing product such as a magnetic stripe, OCR-B, or biometric reader.


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