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

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Keep Your High-Profile Executives and Clients Safe from Concealed Threats

Add live 3D video mail screening as an extra layer to your executive security and safety strategy.

Well-known executives and celebrities are already hard to protect since there are so many possible ways to reach them. Closing the mail security gap is often overlooked or dismissed by many clients.  But a good executive protection team recognizes the serious risk posed by mail or the delivery of small packages.

MailSecur provides executive protection teams with a simple, effective mail screening solution to protect their principles and their families from powders, liquids, weapons, electronic devices, and other potential threats in the office, at their residences, or on the move.

Mail-Based Security Challenges for Executive Protection Teams

Multiple Locations & Clients on the Move

It’s not uncommon for there to be multiple office locations or residences to secure. Each location will have unique layouts and quirks making them notoriously hard to secure, especially if you take.

High Volumes of Mail and Packages

While some clients may not think they receive that much mail, their family members may order a lot of packages. Ideally, everything is scanned before delivery, but many bypass other security measures.

Expensive, Difficult Alternatives

X-ray devices are expensive and can be hard to use and not effective in detecting most threats. They also require extensive training and can be potentially harmful to EP staff tasked with using them each and every day.



Highly Visible, Symbolic Targets

High-profile clients are often targeted by bad actors due to their outspoken personas, controversial public stances, or as stand-ins for unpopular corporate actions. Add on top of this the ease in which personal details are obtained online, including addresses and photos. Mail becomes an easy vehicle to send powders, liquids, weapons, electronic devices, or other threats as retaliation for a grievance.

RaySecur MailSecur T-ray Scanner for mail security

RaySecur Solution:

Real-Time, Accurate Detection

RaySecur’s technology detects common threats that X-ray and other scanners miss, those that have been responsible for some of the most high-profile incidents and shutdowns at the top financial services institutions.

RaySecur’s MailSecur desktop scanners are portable, weighing only seventy pounds and use standard power, and display real-time 4D video of the contents within envelopes, parcels, boxes, and other packages. Unlike X-ray machines that only produce 2D, static images, MailSecur allows operators to freely manipulate the object for complete 3D view.

MailSecur’s real-time, dynamic imaging lets existing staff quickly become proficient in detecting powders, caustic substances, and other threats without the need for extensive training or safety precautions required for X-ray.

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Expert Threat Analysis Support

Sometimes an extra set of eyes is needed, and this is where our EODSecur support services comes in. If your operators detect a suspicious item, our team of military-trained EOD specialists can remotely access the images and video to identify the specific substance. Such close collaboration with our team of experts makes it even easier for your employees to use MailSecur. Plus, in the majority of cases where a threat may be detected, our team successfully de-escalates these incidents, helping prevent shutdowns, evacuations, or other adverse actions.

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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Dangerous Items

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

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High-energy radiation materials that have adverse health effects

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Suspicious Powders

Anthrax, ricin, bleach, and hoaxes like sugar or baking soda

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Threatening Content

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


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 – will require Financial Services CSOs rethink their approach enterprise physical security.

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Professional Services

Real-time remote threat analysis

On-call EOD specialists provide remote assessment and identification 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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Elo screen catches 100mg of white-powder
Threatening package sent through the mail