262,000 suspicious mail items in 2021.   6,300 threats  —  are you prepared?

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Protect Government Operations, Facilities, and Employees

Detect Concealed Mail-Based Threats without Opening the Item

Two factors fuel the escalating number of threats via mail against government officials and facilities at the federal, state, and local levels. Increasingly, individuals hold politicians and legislatures at fault for societal issues, geopolitical events, and economic trends and developments. In other cases, bad actors attack critical infrastructure to disrupt public services or government operations.

When forming mail security strategies, leaders must be aware of:

Why are Government Facilities Especially Vulnerable?


Critical Infrastructure
Delivering services to the public relies on infrastructures that may be running off older, less secure technologies or weren’t designed with security in mind.


Constrained Resources​
Government facilities often face staff shortages and a lack of funding for new security measures.​


Limited Security Awareness​
Government facilities range widely in size and house various individuals, including elected officials, support staff, and volunteers. While some may have received basic security training, generally staff lack the expertise to discern a potential mail threat.​

Reliance on Mail and Deliveries
Government agencies heavily rely on postal mail and other paper correspondence, increasing their risks for mail-based threats. Interoffice mail, deliveries, third-party shipments, and couriers may not be subjected to mail screening or other inspections, making them a real risk.

Public Buildings​​
Facility managers must balance the need for security with the requirement of public access to citizens to conduct government business.


Controversial Political Landscape
Ongoing political strife and frustrations against lawmakers may lead citizens to use email-based threats to raise attention to their issues.

MailSecur Solution:
Find Threats Other Solutions Miss

RaySecur’s MailSecur solution detects threats that X-ray and other screening approaches miss, including those responsible for some of the most high-profile incidents and shutdowns at the world’s largest and most well-secured organizations.

RaySecur MailSecur T-ray Scanner for mail security

Key Features

Displays a live video

of the contents inside sealed objects

Detects more and smaller threats

than existing systems, including all nine types of mail threats or threat precursors listed by DHS

Safe T-rays do not generate harmful radiation

unlike X-rays. MailSecur can be installed anywhere without the need for permits or inspections

Operators can freely manipulate each object

for a complete 3D view Intuitive user interface allows existing staff to quickly detect hidden

Intuitive user interface

allows existing staff to quickly detect hidden threats without specialized training

Designated Qualified Anti-Terror Technology

by the Department of Homeland Security under the SAFETY Act.

Typical Mail Items Scanned

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Expert Threat Advisory and Response Services

Our in-house security team comprised of former military-trained EOD specialists and law-enforcement-trained narcotics agents are available 24×365 to take your security protocol to the next level. Close collaboration with our trainers and security consultants makes it even easier for your employees to successfully use MailSecur and implement industry standard best-practices. If your operators detect a suspicious item, our team can remotely access the images and video to verify the presence of a threat.

With an extensive backgrounds in threat and contraband security, our security advisory team offer customers a distinct range of services:

  • Establish enterprise-wide standard operating procedures
  • Analyze and report on events affecting the threat landscape
  • Conduct comprehensive training
  • Perform threat image analysis 24×365

Detects All CBRNE Designated Substances

As designated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Mail Screening Guidelines

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Infectious diseases with potential to spread

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Poisonous vapors, aerosols, liquids, and solids

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Items prohibited in courts or corrections facilities: illicit drugs, cell phones, electronics

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Items that are intentionally harmful and temporarily disrupt activities


Improvised explosive devices (IED), pipe bombs, and related threats

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Explosive devices utilizing a nuclear reacation


Improvised explosive devices (IED), pipe bombs, and related threats

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Explosive devices utilizing a nuclear reacation

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Suspicious mail with menacing language on envelope or contents

Case Study

Buttigieg Presidential Campaign
in 2020 was facing threats to himself, his family, and staff. His security team used MailSecur to keep them all safer. “I did feel a lot more secure and I got a lot more confident in trusting what I
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Facing constant threats, the team wanted to keep themselves safe while also keeping their charges safe.


Product Overview

Detects 9 CBRNE Substances

MailSecur fills a critical gap not addressed by traditional screening technologies – seeing powders, liquids, treated papers and contraband

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Prepare for Phygital Threats 

Emerging “phygital” threats – exploit a physical vulnerability to launch a cyber-attack.

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Professional Services

Real-time remote threat analysis

On-call EOD specialists provide remote assessment and detection of threats – 24×365.

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* As designated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Mail Screening Guidelines.

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