RaySecur’s security experts completed a risk assessment for the exchange, ratings sites as low-, medium-, or high-risk based on location, number of employees, threat level, vulnerability, type of facility, and other factors consistent with US DHS guidelines.
From this assessment the stock exchange recognized the significant security gap posed by their mail stream.
To quickly seal that gap, RaySecur provided MailSecur scanners that could be up and running in a matter of minutes in their offices worldwide and would detect not just powders and liquids but the full range of CBRNE threats.
A significant advantage for global deployments is the safety of the MailSecur scanner itself, also requiring no special licenses or radiation permits, unlike X-ray.
This is especially important in Japan, and other countries with strict radiation permitting requirements.
Given the success of the solution, a MailSecur scanner is now standard equipment as the exchange opens new offices around the world.