Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Applied DNA Sciences and LMI to Join Forces to Tackle Counterfeit Electronic Parts

Applied DNA Sciences and LMI have agreed to join their efforts and expertise to help protect national security and commercial supply chains from counterfeit electronic parts.

This joining of forces seeks to educate the public and private sectors on the increasing risk posed by counterfeits and to encourage development of preventive measures.

Applied DNA Sciences is a security technology firm based in New York. They provide authentication solutions that help to protect against theft, counterfeiting, fraud and diversion. Read about their SigNature® DNA anti-counterfeiting authentication solution in our recent blog post.

LMI is a private, not-for-profit, leading consultancy who are committed to helping government leaders and managers reach decisions that make a difference.

"Supply chains critical for commerce and security are under attack. In the electronics arena, remarking, cloning, and manufacture from salvaged die are creating increasingly sophisticated counterfeits.” said Joe Doyle, senior consultant for LMI. “A cutting edge technology company in this space working with a leading supply chain consultancy is just the sort of collaboration that can make a difference,” Doyle added.

To read the press release in full, please visit the Applied DNA Sciences website, or to read Atlantis Electronics counterfeit policy, please visit our website.

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