Information Management Institute

8th ANNUAL

SECURITY PRINTING CONFERENCE

  • Brand Protection

  • Commercial Documents
    (Tickets, Corporate ID's, Bonds, Contracts, Etc.)

  • Government Issue Documents
    (ID's, Passports, Licenses, Etc.)

    November 16-18, 2011

    Marriott Hollywood Beach
    Hollywood (Ft. Lauderdale), Florida

  • sponsored by

    Information Management Institute, Inc.

    Co-sponsor

    Schofield Imaging Associates


    Conference Focus

    Rapid advancements in all aspects of security printing and security features plus the international focus on all aspects of security in today's world have created a rapidly growing demand for physical, document and identification security. Advancements in digital printing and technologies for incorporating security features, while spawning new modalities and efficiencies for security printing, have also enabled counterfeiters as well as legitimate issuers. From brand protection and secure access to ID's, tickets, travel documents, etc. - physical and digitally printed security images, features and data are converging in ways never before imagined. This convergence of once separate technologies is creating both challenges and market opportunities for effective integration of digital printing with physical security devices in a wide range of market specific applications.

    And the challenges of today's economy have made it all the more important to prevent the economic losses associated with counterfeited products, documents, ID's, etc. The ability to avoid losses, to identify fraudulent products/documents and to recover losses are all activities for which companies and agencies are willing to invest in to increase their sales, profits and ROI's. Thus, all end users and security technology providers need to be identifying new solutions, establishing new contacts and pursuing options to improve their sales and profitability.

    IMI's 8th Annual Security Printing Conference addresses the challenges and opportunities in dealing with security issues and enabling brand protection for products and production of secure documents for a wide variety of applications including business documents, ID's, currency, gaming/event tickets, travel documents, etc. Industry experts will address digital printing technologies' capabilities and shortcomings relative to printing secure output and the technology options available to enhance the production of secure documents, packaging and products of all types.

    Conference Speakers

    Speakers' Biographies

    Program Schedule

    Conference Brochure

    Binder Order

    Confirmed Displays

    Completed Programs

    The conference program provides a critical assessment of forensic analysis requirements, enhanced ink and media systems, document traceability technologies, software solutions and other potential avenues to enhance product and document security.

    This unique conference is designed to educate and inform industry leaders and technologists at all levels in the supply chain of security printing of the difficulties and business opportunities for combining digital and physical security printing on an application specific basis. If your business or products' future is dependent on finding effective ways to utilize physical features and digital security printing, or finding cost effective methods to stay ahead of counterfeiting, tampering and forgery, you will benefit from attending this conference.

    Don't miss this opportunity for digital printing technologists, security agency personnel, security organizations, hardware vendors, consumables suppliers, converters, component/software suppliers and end users to communicate and address the urgent issue of product and document security.


    BENEFITS OF CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE

    • Participate in the only 2011 program dedicated entirely to Security Printing and Brand Protection issues/technology options

    • Learn about the latest digital printing technology developments and innovations being utilized and proposed to enhance brand protection and printed document security

    • Participate in interactive sessions and informal discussions on topics critical to development and implementation of digital printing systems with improved security features

    • Obtain information on how improved security printing system implementations can provide business opportunities for hardware, software and supplies manufacturers

    • Establish personal contacts with leading experts in digital printing and security printing organizations

    • Have a complimentary display to inform the industry of your products and services

    • Give a five minute presentation during the popular Suppliers' Forum

    Conference Chairman

    Harold Schofield, Schofield Imaging Associates


    Conference Speakers

    Dr. Satish Agrawal, Performance Indicator
    Guy Broadhurst, Oce North America
    Randall Burgess, Reconnaissance International
    Charlie Chang, Amica Systems
    Nick Cooper, Luminescence
    Kerre Corbin, U.S. Secret Service
    Steve Delepine, BrandWatch Technologies
    Andrew Gardner, Lexmark
    John R. Hattersley, InData Systems
    Dr. Ted Kuklinski, Advanced ID Detection
    Rudie Lion, Verge Research
    Dr. Arif Mamedov, Regula Forensics
    Jim Mauro, Heidelberg USA
    David Naddor, Complete Inspection Systems Inc.
    Bryan Palphreyman, Nipson America & UK
    Gary Parish, Complete Inspection Systems Inc.
    Dr. Romain Perrier-Cornet, Opalux
    Brian Reagan, InkSure
    Alexander Ristic, Austrian State Printing House
    Howard Seiden, Forensic Document Examinations
    Robert Sherwood, Sekuworks
    Natasa Starovlah-Knezevic, Montenegro Ministry of Internal Affairs
    Dr. Ming-Kai Tse, Quality Engineering Associates
    Richard H. Ward, Buena Vista Resources
    Allen Westerfield, Imaging Supplies Coalition
    Speakers' Biographies


    IMI Security Printing Conference 2011


    8th Annual Security Printing Conference
    November 16-18, 2011
    Marriott Hollywood Beach
    Hollywood (Ft. Lauderdale), Florida

    Program Coverage and Schedule

      Wednesday, November 16, 2011

      11:00 a.m.Conference Registration

      1:00 p.m.Session 1 - Security Printing - Why Are We Interested?


    WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS
    Alvin G. Keene, President, Information Management Institute, Inc., Carrabassett Valley, Maine
    Harold Schofield, Schofield Imaging Associates, Narragansett, Rhode Island

    Security Printing in Perspective
    Harold Schofield, Schofield Imaging Associates, Narragansett, Rhode Island
    Harry Schofield, Schofield Imaging Associates
    • Security Printing Industry Update
    • Digital Document Security
    • Protecting Against Alteration & Counterfeiting
    • Technology & Compliance Trends
    • Security Printing Economics: What Are The Costs & Who Pays?
    • Conference Highlights

    Steps to Becoming a Supplier for Brand Protection
    Randall Burgess, VP Americas, Reconnaissance International, Charlotte, North Carolina
    • As A Security Printer You Have Many Valuable Capabilities
      - Experience Maintaining Security of Materials, Processes & Facilities
      - Your Reputation is Outstanding
      - Your Current Customers Love You
    • So Brand Protection is a Natural Fit - Right? Not Necessarily
    • The Market is Hugh - Right? Depends on what you mean by Huge
    • Necessary Considerations for Becoming a Supplier of Brand Protection

    Security Elements of QR Codes
    Richard H. Ward, Principal and Managing Member, Buena Vista Resources LLC,
    Buena Vista, Colorado

    Rick Ward, Buena Vista Resources LLC
    • Quick Response (QR) Codes are Popular Mechanism for Promoting Products & Services
    • Commonly Appearing in Magazines, Newspapers & Internet Pages
    • Use of QR Codes on Packaging & Labels provides Brand Owners Opportunity to use for Safety & Security Purposes
    • Forward Thinking Brand Owners are using QR Codes for
      - Consumer Authentication
      - Counterfeit Detection
      - Many Other Benefits from Consumer Use of these Codes
    • Learn More on this Topic

    Brand Protection in the Printing Supplies Industry
    Allen Westerfield, President, Imaging Supplies Coalition, Venice, Florida
    Andrew Gardner, Worldwide Brand Protection Manager, Lexmark International, Lexington, Kentucky

    Allen Westerfield, Imaging Supplies Coalition
    • Overview of Counterfeiting & IPR Issues in Imaging Supplies Industry
    • Role & Activities of Imaging Supplies Coalition
    • Use of Technology as Countermeasures in Effort to Eliminate Counterfeiting

    SUPPLIERS' FORUM: 5-Minute Presentations Related To Technology, Capabilities, Services, New Product Introductions, etc. In combination with having a display, this provides an opportunity to present your technology, products or services to all conference participants. Contact Al Keene at IMI al@imiconf.com for information on having a display and signing up for the Suppliers' Forum.

      5:30 p.m. Reception in Display Area

      Thursday, November 17, 2011

      7:30 a.m. Breakfast

      8:30 a.m.Session 2 - Security Printing Issues & Options

    QR Code Validation Linked to Authentication Technologies
    Robert Sherwood, VP Security Programs Management, Sekuworks, LLC, Harrison, Ohio
    Robert Sherwood, Sekuworks, LLC
    • QR 2D Barcodes - The Advantage of their Format
    • Linking QR Codes & Authentication Technologies
    • The Benefits for all Stakeholders in Supply Chain
    • How They Function in Supply Chain
    • A Scalable System - Verification to Full Supply Chain Tracking
    • Where Will All This Go?

    From Civil Register to Biometric e-passports & Breeder Documents: Integrated Security Documents for a New Country - Case Study Montenegro
    Alexander Ristic, Senior International Government Manager, Austrian State Printing House,
    Vienna, Austria

    Alexander Ristic, Austrian State Printing House
    • E-Government Services Planning
    • The Keys to Identity
    • Evolving Role of ICT in eGovernment
    • Customer View
    • Implementation of Civil Registers
    • Government Applications

    Integrated Security Documents for a New Country - Case Study Montenegro
    Natasa Starovlah-Knezevic, Head of IT Department, Montenegro Ministry of Internal Affairs, Podgorica, Montenegro
    Natasa Starovlah-Knezevic, Montenegro
Ministry of Internal Affairs
    • Developing a New e-Passport
    • Breeder Document Process
    • Concept of Civil Registry
    • Technological Infrastructure
    • Service Delivery
    • Case Study Montenegro
    • Lessons Learned

    Sizing the Opportunity for Physical Security Features in Digital ID Documents
    Rudie Lion, Principal, Verge Research, Arlington, Massachusetts
    Rudie Lion, Verge Research
    • Electronic Passport (ePassport) Changed the Face of Document Security
    • Dramatic Shift in ID Document Value Chain
    • Conversion Caused Increase in IT Infrastructure Spending
    • Will Digital Security & Authentication Mechanisms make Physical Security Features Obsolete?
    • Are ePassports Catalyst for other ID Documents
    • How should Vendors Respond to these Developments?

    Security Inks for Digital Applications
    Nick Cooper, Director, Luminescence, Harlow, Essex, UK
    Nick Cooper, Luminescence
    • Traditional vs. Digital Security Printing
    • Development of Security Inks for Ink Jet: Problems & Opportunities
    • Currently Available Security Inks for Variable Data Printing with Ink Jet Technology
    • DNA Tagging: Totally Secure Information Encoded & Stored in Inks
    • Potential Future Security Inks for Ink Jet

     12:00 Noon Luncheon

      1:30 p.m.Session 3 - Forensic Analysis Tools, Techniques & Needs


    Invisible & Fluorescing Bar Code Printing & Reading
    John R. Hattersley, President, InData Systems, Skaneateles, New York
    John R. Hattersley, InData Systems
    • Important Technical Considerations that are Key to Successful Implementation
    • Why Covert Bar Codes?
    • Applications
    • What is Different?
    • Where can I Print It?
    • Reading Technology

    The Latest Advances in Fake IDs & Tools to Catch Them
    Dr. Ted Kuklinski, President, Advanced ID Detection, Medway, Massachusetts
    Dr. Ted Kuklinski, Advanced ID Detection
    • Importance of Identity & the Danger of Fake IDs
    • Review of Identification Document Standards
    • Survey of Security Features Used in IDs
    • Latest Tools for Field Detecting Fake IDs ? Manual & Scanner Based
    • Case Study: ID Chief ? Low Cost High Quality Fakes from China
    • Raising the Bar for Fake ID Producers

    Inks & Check Alterations: Assisting Financial Institutions with Means To Detect Check Fraud
    Dr. Arif Mamedov, President, Regula Forensics, Inc., Reston, Virginia Co-authors:
    Howard Seiden, Forensic Document Examiner, Tamarac, Florida &
    Benny Lum, Criminalist, Broward County Sheriff's Office Crime Lab, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
    Dr. Arif Mamedov, Regula Forensics Howard Seiden, Broward County Sheriff's Office Benny Lum-Brown, Broward County Sheriff's Office
    • Overview of Check Fraud
    • Check Washing
      - "Check-Safe" Pens
      - Solvents
    • Tools to help Detect Check Fraud
      - Hand Held & Table Top Front line Fraud Detection Systems
      - Back Room Forensic Analysis
    • Results and Conclusion

    Impact of Printing Industry Advancements on US Currency Counterfeiting
    Kerre Corbin, Counterfeit Specialist, U.S. Secret Service, Washington, DC
    Kerre Corbin, U.S. Secret Service
    • Impact of Advancements - Particularly Digital Devices
    • USSS' New Approach to Classifying Digital Notes
    • Adapting Traditional Approaches & Classification Methods for Digital Notes
    • New Approach allows for Digitally Printed Evidence to be Associated Forensically
    • Results Assist Investigators in Building Cases against Counterfeiters

    HD Barcode Technology: A New 2D Barcode Technology for Secure IDs and Verification
    Gary Parish, President & David Naddor, Senior Software Development Engineer, Complete Inspection Systems Inc., Indialantic, Florida
    Gary Parish, Complete Inspection Systems Inc
    • Growth & Limitations of Current 2D Barcodes
    • Making HD Barcode a Secure ID Source
    • Most Important: Barcode is The Person & is on the Ticket
    • Adding Graphics & Other Covert Security Features into the Barcode
    • Various Reading Methods
    • HD Barcode Technical Information & Demonstration


      5:30 p.m. Reception in Display Area

      Friday, November 18, 2011

      7:00 a.m. Breakfast

      8:00 a.m.Session 4 - Do New Security Printing Techniques Offer Economically Viable Solutions?

    Recent Advances in Quality Management for Security Printing
    Dr. Ming-Kai Tse, President, Quality Engineering Associates, Billerica, Massachusetts
    Dr. Ming-Kai Tse, Quality Engineering Associates
    • Security Printing is Most Complex of all Printing Processes encompassing multiple printing technologies, inks, substrates & security features
    • State-of-the-art Quality Control Practices remains quite Basic & Rudimentary: Heavy Reliance on Visual Inspection, Loupes, Densitometers & Spectrophotometer
    • In-line Machine Vision based Systems Exist but are not commonplace and are Limited in Resolution & Capabilities
    • Recent Advances in Family of Advanced Quantitative Measurement Systems for
      - Objective Print Quality Control
      - Real-Time Process Control
      - Quality Management
    • Proven Systems & Innovative Developments bring forth Significant Security Printing Quality Control Practice Improvements

    Security Printing Technologies for Digital Press Applications
    Guy Broadhurst, Vice President, New Technologies and Client Development, Oce North America,
    Production Printing Systems, Boca Raton, Florida
    • Data Protected by Server Firewalls, etc.? Until it Reaches Printing Process?
      How do we Address Security in Printing Environment?
    • Security Requirements, Issues & Options
    • Incorporating Security Features that Meet & Exceed Requirements into Digital Press Products
    • Application Requirements & Implementation Scenarios
      - Full-Color Variable Data with Embedded Security Features
      - Check Printing
      - Secure Examination Printing
      - Transactional & Financial Documents
    • Security Printing Trends

    Why Magnetography Remains the Technology of Choice for Today's High Volume Security Print Applications
    Bryan Palphreyman, CEO, Nipson America & UK, Chicago, Illinois, USA and York, UK
    Bryan Palphreyman, Nipson America & UK
    • Magnetography Explained
    • Benefits to Security Printers
    • Use of MICR Today
    • Successful Applications
    • Future of Magnetography

    1-Tag: Consumer Empowered Product Authentication
    James J. Mauro, Product Manager Prinect Press Control Systems & Security Products, Heidelberg USA, Inc., Kennesaw, Georgia
    James J. Mauro, Heidelberg USA, Inc.
    • The Need for Product Verification & Authentication
    • Elements of 1-Tag Technology & its Production
    • Empowering the Consumer with Smart Phone Apps
    • Why Mobile Technology?
    • Consumer Product Verification & Authentication Scenario
    • 1-Tag Application Scenarios
      - Diversion
      - Distribution Crimes
      - Retail Fraud
      - Anticounterfeiting

    How to Use Taggants in Security Printing Solutions to Improve Security & Maximize ROI
    Brian Reagan, Director of Global Customer Support, InkSure Technologies Inc., New York, New York
    Brian Reagan, InkSure Technologies Inc.
    • Learn More about the Technology, How it Works & How to Best Use It to Your Advantage
    • Explanation of Taggants & Security Benefits they provide for Secure Documents & Banknotes
    • Taggant Reaction to Different Materials & Conditions
    • What Materials Work Best with Different Groups of Taggants
    • Tips for Design & Material Selection of Holograms & Security Document Materials

    New Developments in Photonic Crystal-Based Authentication & Security Devices
    Dr. Romain Perrier-Cornet, Project Leader, Opalux Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Dr. Romain Perrier-Cornet, Opalux, Inc.
    • Introduction to Photonic Crystals: Nanostructures that Diffract & Reflect Light
    • Marrying the "Structural Colors" of Photonic Crystals with Advanced Polymer Science provides a Photonic Color Technology Platform that is Completely Tunable across the Electromagnetic Spectrum
    • Photonic Color Platform includes Materials with Electrically, Thermally, Mechanically & Chemically Tuned Colors
    • Introduction of a Variety of Active Photonic Color Materials
    • Photonic Color Materials have Inherently Unique Attributes which provide for Immense Potential in fields of Authentication, Tamper-Evidence & Supply Chain Protection
    • Photonic Color Materials provide Visually Dramatic Color Response, which can easily be used for Identification by the Lay Public all the way to providing Unique Signatures for Covert Authentication


    High Resolution Industrial Ink Jet for Security Printing: Pharmaceutical & Food Packaging
    Charlie Yuan Chang, Vice President of R&D, Amica Systems, Irvine, California
    Charlie Yuan Chang, Amica Systems
    • New Food & Drug Application Requirements
    • New Class of Codes for Security & Promotion
    • Requirements & Benefits of 2D Variable Data Codes
    • Challenges of QR Code & Drug Package Security Printing
    • Variable Data for High Volume Applications
    • Ink, Print Quality & Resolution Requirements & Challenges
    • High Speed Ink Jet Print Systems for Security Printing
    • Deployment & Case Studies


    How to Effectively Address the Layered Security Printing Model: Overt, Covert, Forensic, Authentication and Track & Trace
    Steve Delepine, Vice President Business Development, BrandWatch Technologies, Portland, Oregon
    Steve Delepine, BrandWatch Technologies
    • Learn Why it is Important to Design & Implement an Effective, Layered Security Printing Solution
    • Not all Taggants are a Commodity: Learn about New, Unique Developments in Taggant Technology
    • Understanding Terminology Surrounding "DNA Solutions:" What is Real DNA?
    • How Product Authentication along with Track & Trace Technology can play a Key Role in Customer Retention


    Color Change Technologies for Security Printing & Brand Protection Applications
    Dr. Satish Agrawal, Chief Technology Officer, Performance Indicator, LLC, Lowell, Massachusetts
    Dr. Satish Agrawal, Performance Indicator
    • Utilizing EM (Electromagnetic Engergy) Modulation in Security Applications
      - Modulation by Absorption - Triggered Color Change
      - Modulation by Emission Energy Conversion - Tailored Phosphorescent
      - Materials & High Quantum Efficiency Dyes
      - Modulation by Tailoring Reflection (Current Practice)
      - Modulation by Interference
    • Activation Methods
      - Self Charging vs. Needing Activation
      - Incident EM Energy - UV, Natural Visible, Store Lighting Fixtures, IR Devices
      - Other Triggers: Heat, Solvent, Electric, Stress
    • Detection Methods: Visual & Instrumented - NVG
    • Security Solutions
      - Authentication
      - Anti Counterfeiting
      - Tagging, Tracking & Locating
    • Future Direction

     1:00 p.m. Adjournment

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    Speaking Opportunities at IMI Conferences

    If you have a potential topic for presentation at this or another IMI conference, please submit your proposed presentation topic and a brief outline to Al Keene at IMI (Email to imi@imiconf.com or fax to +1-207-235-2226) for review.

    IMI is always looking for potential speakers for upcoming conference programs and will be pleased to discuss your ideas for potential presentation topics.


    Complimentary Product Demonstrations & Displays

    Security printing and product demonstrations/displays by both conference speakers and registrants are encouraged. IMI will cooperate with all interested parties to provide appropriate space so products can be displayed and demonstrated during the conference breaks and receptions. Contact Al Keene at al@imiconf.com for details on reserving a display space. There is no charge in addition to the regular conference registration fee to have a display space.
    Companies with Displays at
    @ IMI's 8th Annual Security Printing Conference

    Advanced ID Detection
    Angstrom Technologies
    BrandWatch Technologies
    Domino Amjet
    Fujifilm Imaging Colorants
    InData Systems
    Kurz Transfer Products
    Opalux
    Performance Plus Imaging Supplies
    Sekuworks
    Amica Systems
    Banknote Corporation of America
    Data Management, Inc.
    Foster & Freeman USA
    Heidelberg
    InkSure
    Luminescence
    Pagemark Technology Inc.
    Regula Forensics

    8th Annual Security Printing Conference - Confirmed Displays- Description


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    SPECIAL NOTICE
    WORLDWIDE PRINTER AND SUPPLIES MARKET REPORT
    TO BE PROVIDED TO ALL CONFERENCE REGISTRANTS

    Information Management Institute, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has commissioned I T Strategies of Hanover, Massachusetts to prepare a confidential study report entitled "Worldwide Printer and Supplies Market Report" for distribution to all registrants to IMI's programs.

    This exclusive market report is updated on an ongoing basis and provides a source of market information based on a consistent methodology and reporting structure. The report authors, I T Strategies, generate this report from their worldwide model of the printer industry.

    All registrants to the 8th Annual Security Printing Conference on November 16-18, 2011 at the Hollywood Beach Marriott will receive a complimentary copy of the latest edition of the "Worldwide Printer and Supplies Market Report."


    Information Management Institute

    Information Management Institute, Inc. is a leading worldwide sponsor of conferences designed to assist the digital printing industry in understanding technology developments, markets and applications requirements. IMI conferences offer a unique opportunity for leading hardware, consumables, software and user companies representatives to network and develop a more comprehensive understanding of current as well as future developments in the digital printing industry. Since 1990, IMI has held over 400 programs and each year over 2,000 technical, marketing and management personnel from over 600 companies worldwide attend IMI programs.

    IMI conference programs are designed to enable attendees to obtain the latest technical, market and application information while allowing time to network with other attendees in a time and cost efficient manner. Attendance at an IMI conference enables attendees to meet with the digital printing industry's leading experts in a single location over a short period of time thus maximizing information transfer efficiency and minimizing travel and time expenses.

    For further details, contact Information Management Institute:

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    Registration Update:
    Over 90 delegates from the following companies and organizations representing eleven countries (Austria, Canada, Dominican Republic, Germany, Israel, Montenegro, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK & US) attended:

    3D AG, Advanced ID Detection, Advanced Vision Technology, Amica Systems, Angstrom Technologies, Appleton, Austrian State Printing House, Banknote Corporation of America, Brady Corporation, Brandwatch Technologies, Breklinge Corporation, Broward County Sheriff?s Office Crime Lab, Buena Vista Resources, Canada Border Services Agency, ChemImage, Chesapeake Resource Group, Clariant Corporation, Code Tech, Complete Inspection Systems, Data Management, Deluxe Corporation, Dept. of Defense, Domino Amjet, Forensic Document Examinations, FLEXcon, Foster & Freeman USA, Fujifilm Imaging Colorants, Graphic Security Systems Corp., Graphix Essentials, Heidelberg USA, Hi-Tech Printing, Honeywell International, Imaging Supplies Coalition, InData Systems, Information Management Institute, InkSure, JDSU, Kurz Transfer Products, Lexmark International, Luminescence, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe, Montenegro Ministry of Internal Affairs, NASPO, Nipson America & UK, Oce North America, Opalux, Pagemark Technology, Paris Business Products, Performance Indicator, Performance Plus Imaging Supplies, Printex Corporation, Quality Engineering Associates, Reconnaissance International, Regula Forensics, RR Donnelley, Sales Management Consultancy, Scodix, Schofield Imaging Associates, SecureMark Technologies, Sekuworks, SICPA Securink Corporation, Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, Taiwan Central Engraving & Printing Plant, Technology Transfer Group, The Flesh Company, Univ. of South Dakota, Univ. of Dominican, U.S. Secret Service, Verge Research and Weldon, Williams & Lick.


    IMI Completed Conferences on this Topic

    7th Annual Security Printing Conference
    November 15 - 17, 2010

    6th Annual Security Printing Conference
    November 16-18, 2009

    5th Annual Security Printing Conference
    November 17-19, 2008

    A Complete Listing of IMI Completed Programs


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