Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos Vulnerability Assessment Team

Los Alamos, New Mexico 87645
505-667-7414, 505-667-4886,
FAX 505-665-4631

Jeff Liroff

Sealock Security Systems, Inc.

Dear Jeff:

Enclosed is our report on the Sealock as a result of the Los Alamos National Laboratory

Technical ConLos Alamos Vulnerability Assessment Team

Los Alamos New Mexico 87645
505-667-7414, 505-667-4886,
FAX 505-665-4631

Jeff Liroff

Sealock Security Systems, Inc.

Dear Jeff:

Enclosed is our report on the Sealock as a result of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Technical Consulting Services Agreement with Omni. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

We would be glad to discuss our work and findings on this project with anyone you refer to us.

1. The Vulnerability Assessment Team (VAT) believes the Sealock is a novel product that can have an important role to play in cargo security.

2. The Sealock video is an accurate and intelligent depiction of the main vulnerabilities of trucks and cargo containers using conventional security measures. The Sealock offers important and practical improvements in cargo security.

3. The VAT especially appreciated the fact that the locking function of the Sealock is clearly delineated, and spatially separate from the tamper-detection function. Traditional hybrid products (part lock, part seal) have greatly confused issues of what the user is trying to accomplish and how each function is executed.

Thank you for the opportunity of working with you and learning about your product.

Sincerely, Roger G.
Johnston, Ph.D., CPP Vulnerability Assessment Team

Los Alamos National Laboratory

MS J565, CST-1
Los Alamos, NM 87545
Roger_johnston@lan1.gov

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