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Iain Drummond, Chief Operating Officer of Rogue DNA Inc., a corporation focused on developing advanced document security technology, today announced that it has entered into a partnership with Revell Group International (RGI) of Dallas, Texas.
Under this agreement RGI will promote Rogue DNA's document authentication products through its network of associates in various parts of the world. Initial focus will be placed on the US and through RGI's existing associate network in South-East Asian markets, 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 nanotechnology level. As this is totally different for every document, Rogue DNA can provide absolutely impregnable security in a manner that is non-invasive and inexpensive to implement. If a document is copied, the copy will be on a different piece of material, with a different underlying pattern.
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. All units are ultra-secure, non-invasive, easy-to-use, and economically attractive.
About Rogue DNA Inc.
Rogue DNA Inc. is a private Canadian company with its head office in Vancouver, British Columbia. RDNA’s management team is comprised of seasoned professionals with substantial combined experience in the security industry, security applications, imaging technologies, biometrics, information technology, and international business. For information about Rogue DNA or its products and services, visit www.rogueDNA.com.
About Revell Group International
Revell Group International is a global network of former senior FBI, law enforcement, security service, intelligence, diplomatic and military officials with a broad range of experience. RGI specializes in providing counsel, support and assistance to businesses, agencies and organizations with substantial international interests.
Revell Group International President, Oliver "Buck" Revell, served for over 30 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), advancing to the role of Associate Deputy Director, the no. 2 position in the Bureau. Throughout his FBI career, he served on numerous Presidential and Vice-Presidential task forces, and was appointed as Vice-Chairman for the Interagency Group for Counter-Intelligence and the Terrorist Crisis Management Committee of the National Security Council. Mr. Revell is a life member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and was the founding chairman of its committee on terrorism. Mr. Revell is President of the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN) and resides in Dallas, Texas, where he also serves as Chairman of the Greater Dallas Crime Commission.
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