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Will help accelerate the adoption of mail and package threat detection solutions
Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 11, 2021/PRNewswire/ - RaySecur™ is a security imaging technology company with the world’s first millimeter wave (mmWave) desktop scanner specified by the DHS Security Act for mail and Package Threat Detection announced today that former Boston Police Chief Ed Davis has joined its advisory board. Davis will use his decades of law enforcement experience to help RaySecur accelerate the adoption of its flagship MailSecur mail and package threat detection solution.
The MailSecur scanner uses secure millimeter waves to look inside objects. Compared with X-ray scanners, they can detect more and smaller threats, including explosives, weapons, radiation, and other suspicious content, as well as liquids and powders that are 300 times more sensitive than X-rays. Unlike X-ray scanners, there are no safety issues or special training required. Mail threat incidents have been increasing. In the past three years, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) and the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Administration (ATF) have dealt with more than 10 dangerous mail or package incidents every day on average. In the past 16 months, AstraZeneca’s Covid Vaccine Factory, Subway Sandwich Company headquarters, and Dr. Anthony Fauci have all been victims of dangerous email threats.
"Mail and package threat detection is an underestimated and vital part of public safety. I am very happy to join the advisory board of a company that provides organizations and individuals with the only secure and scalable solution to solve this problem. ," Davis said. "It is vital for law enforcement, businesses, correctional agencies and government agencies to be able to use this technology and ensure that they can seamlessly scan every package in a fast and efficient manner. I look forward to working with RaySecur to help meet This important security requirement."
Ed Davis is the newest member of a world-class team of technical, military, security, and law enforcement professionals. He has a 35-year track record and is the President and CEO of Edward Davis Company, a business strategy and security services company. Davis served as Chief of the Boston Police Department from December 2006 to October 2013, leading the successful response to the Boston Marathon bombing. Prior to this, he served as the Superintendent of the Lowell Police Department in Massachusetts for 12 years. Davis serves on AT&T's advisory board and is a former member of Uber's security advisory board.
RaySecur CEO Dr. Alex Sappok said: "We are honored to have respected law enforcement officers like Ed Davis join our advisory board and help us continue to close the email security gap." "Ed's strong interest in RaySecur not only highlights the improvement The importance of the security of the entire industry and government mail, and highlights the solutions that we can easily solve the problem on a large scale."
About RaySecur RaySecur™ is revolutionizing security imaging with the world's first millimeter wave scanner, remote analysis and threat detection solution specified by the DHS Security Act. RaySecur’s flagship product, MailSecur™, is a desktop-sized scanner used by leading Fortune 500 companies, heads of state, and government agencies to detect threats from e-mail transmission. RaySecur and MailSecur are trademarks of RaySecur, Inc. For more information about RaySecur and MailSecur, please visit www.RaySecur.com.
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