Intelligent Threat Awareness

"Radiological dispersal devices (RDDs) present more of an opportunity for attackers than either nuclear weapons or INDs (Improvised Nuclear Devices), since they can use a much larger range of radioactive materials that are far more common... The U.S. now regards the prospect of a radiological or nuclear terrorist attack to be one of the most serious challenges to its security." - July 2007 - Civitas Group - Homeland and national security advisory firm
"The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued 'Orders Imposing Increased Controls' for licensees that possess sources containing radioactive material quantities of concern. These Orders were issued to both NRC and Agreement State materials licensees who are authorized to possess, transport, and or distribute significant quantities of certain radioactive materials." - February 2008 - NRC

Defentect DM3TM management, monitoring and messaging system connects with Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive sensors (CBRNE) as well as other threat event detection sensors.

Defentect DM3TM safeguards entry and exit points at locations where radiological materials are stored, such as hospitals, university research laboratories and food irradiation plants, in compliance with radiation safety official guidelines.