Ensuring the security of printed documents and brand packaging is still a major concern for governments, businesses, and the individual consumer. Joann Whitcher rounds up some of the latest trends and technologies in security printing,
Security printing is no longer about just about foiling counterfeiters. From packaging to book printers to retail to businesses that serve the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry, along with financial printers, protection of files and products must be considered. There is a need for a broader definition of what security printing means and for a greater number of print providers to think of themselves as “security printers.” Maybe instead it should be called “secure printing.”
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