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Relating Tamper-evident Technology to Market and Product Fraud Risk

To make a pharmaceutical folding box tamper-evident may be as simple as taping the flaps. This method will reduce some less severe types of fraud, such as taking a blister out of the box, at a shop or warehouse, without notice. However in high-risk environments, fraudsters may elaborate fancy methods to harvest even security- sealing labels on original packaging for reuse. Dr Marietta Ulrich-Horn at Securikett, together with devoted clients, works on a systematic approach to close the loopholes in tamper-evident technology.