The Frequently Asked Questions
  1. What is SecureDoc ?

SecureDoc is a new security paper from HOML. It is the most advanced office paper of its kind, offering you and your company the most advanced “Anti-copy” technology to defeat current and emerging threats to document security. This advanced Anti-Copy and Anti-Scan technology embeds hidden words in the background of printed documents which are revealed when documents are copied or scanned. SecureDoc security papers have the same functionality as regular office paper, so they can be used for printing or copying. The security features are embedded covertly and are only visible when the original document is reproduced. Documents can be verified with a hand-held verifier or when the documents are copied or scanned.

  1. What can SecureDoc Security Papers do for you?

SecureDoc can act as a deterrent against unauthorized duplication. There may be some documents you want as a copy and some documents that you want everyone to know should not be copied. The viewer or recipient can easily identify the authenticity of the document. Original documents will have a tinted color, and a copy, scan or FAX output will have the hidden warning words revealed (i.e. VOID, UNAUTHORIZED COPY or COPY).

  1. Who and what needs protection?

Everyone can and should protect their documents from counterfeiting, forgery and unauthorized copying. These criminal acts have stretched beyond currency and checks. There are several documents you should consider protecting:

  • Financial reports
  • Contracts and legal documents
  • Sales proposals
  • Price lists
  • Strategic plans
  • Transcripts and school records
  • Prescriptions and medical records
  • Rebates, coupons and gift certificates
  • Documents of value
  • Technical manuals
  • Textbooks

Types of businesses and industries that will benefit from Boise BEWARE Security Papers include:

  • Banks and financial services
  • Engineering and graphic arts agencies
  • Entertainment industry
  • Large, mid and small companies
  • Law firms
  • Local, state and federal government agencies / departments
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Publishers
  • Schools and universities
  • Retail companies