The Department of Homeland Security recently awarded SAFETY Act Certification to GREENLIGHT, a public-private partnership, and the only solution today providing the power of law enforcement information to Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources. The Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies (SAFETY) Act of 2002 was established by the Department of Homeland Security to encourage the development and deployment of new and innovative anti-terrorism technologies to help protect our country, citizens, critical infrastructure, and key resources. SAFETY Act provides important liability protections to GREENLIGHT customers by limiting claims that can be brought against them, in the event that such claims arise from acts of terrorism where GREENLIGHT was deployed. Certification is the highest level of liability protection available under the SAFETY Act.

“We are very pleased to offer our GREENLIGHT customers the peace of mind that comes with SAFETY Act liability protection,” said Kay Stephenson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Datamaxx. “We believe the GREENLIGHT solution can make a significant impact on protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure and key resources and the certification from the Department of Homeland Security reaffirms the relevance of this technology,” continued Stephenson.

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GREENLIGHT, the only solution on the market of its kind, provides critical infrastructure and key resources with real-time, reliable criminal justice information managed by law enforcement. GREENLIGHT can be deployed as a stand-alone secure access control solution or integrated into current visitor management or access control systems. For more information on GREENLIGHT, visit, email or call 800-999-2746.