Lancaster, Penn. — October 3, 2017 — OpSec Security, the global leader in protecting, authenticating, and enhancing brands, services, and revenues, is pleased to announce it has partnered with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) to deliver its SecureETag solution for the state’s temporary vehicle registration.
The SecureETag system utilizes a tamper-evident holographic security seal with unique numbering in conjunction with OpSec’s real-time database enabling the Department of Transportation and automotive dealerships to issue, replace, expire and track temporary tags in a secure fashion.
Law enforcement can utilize the SecureETag system to gain information on vehicle registration status and ownership and easily identify expired, tampered, and counterfeited vehicle tags.
“We are proud to provide WYDOT with a proven solution that is not only extremely difficult to alter, but also offers law enforcement agencies real-time search capabilities to quickly gain conclusive tag information,” said Richard Cremona, CEO of OpSec Security. “Reducing temporary tag fraud may have positive implications in other law enforcement activities.”
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OpSec Security is the market leader in fighting counterfeits for brands, transaction cards and government documents and currency. OpSec delivers a comprehensive suite of end-to-end solutions, including advanced physical security technologies, supply chain track and trace services, and online and e-commerce monitoring and analysis for thousands of companies across industry sectors and 50 governments worldwide. OpSec is a wholly-owned division of OpSec Security Group Limited and operates manufacturing and software development facilities and laboratories in the USA, the UK, and Germany and has sales operations in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. For more information, please visit www.opsecsecurity.com. Follow OpSec on Twitter @OpSecSecurity, Facebook, and LinkedIn.