Impeva Labs Awarded Security Contract from PANYNJ

Monday, October 31, 2005
Impeva Labs, Inc., announced that it has received 18-month contract from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ). Impeva Labs will supply the PANYNJ with advanced container security technology for Operation Safe Commerce (OSC) Phase III. Impeva Labs was competitively selected to provide the key technologies for two of the four supply chains being evaluated during OSC III. The company's Global Sentinel wireless module easily mounts inside any shipping container and incorporates various types of monitoring and security sensors. The Global Sentinel module communicates securely with Impeva Labs' Device Management Center (DMC) via existing global, multi-band cellular, and local wireless networks to provide immediate, worldwide reporting of location, condition and security status on a continuous basis. Unlike other approaches, Global Sentinel provides continuous monitoring, tracking and immediate security reporting from any point on earth without the deployment of costly infrastructure. In conjunction with the Impeva DMC, customers and the appropriate agencies can be securely notified within minutes of a container experiencing an abnormal event; whether it be unauthorized entry, mishandling, environmental extremes, route deviation or schedule delay; regardless of where the container is globally located.

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