LaserLock Technologies Announces New Board of Directors

Wed Jan 23, 2013 8:32am EST

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Members Comprised of Distinguished Executives from Business, Government &
Non-Profit Sectors
PHILADELPHIA,  Jan. 23, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- LaserLock Technologies, Inc. (OTC
BB: LLTI), a global leader in providing state-of-the art authentication
solutions to pharmaceuticals, high-end retailers, casinos and governments, has
announced its 2013 Board of Directors. Technological advancements in computer
imaging, the explosion of the Internet and subsequent growth of e-commerce have
created significant increases in counterfeiting. The highly qualified
individuals on the Board of Directors will add invaluable expertise to guide
LaserLock Technologies toward a future of growth in 2013 and beyond.  

Michael Sonnenreich, Chairman of Kikaku America, will be LaserLock's new
Chairman.  Norman Gardner, founder of LaserLock Technologies, will be assuming
the role of Vice Chairman.

"I am honored to be appointed Chairman of the Board of LaserLock Technologies,
particularly during such an important time of growth for the company and the
anti-counterfeiting industry," said Sonnenreich. "Today, it is estimated that
counterfeiting is a  $600 billion  a year problem that's growing rapidly and
continuously evolving. Organizations need proven solutions that ensure security
and mitigate risk. As we move forward, we anticipate tremendous demand for our
patented solutions that are unrivalled in the marketplace."

Other additions to LaserLock's new Board of Directors include:

* Constance Harriman  served as a Director of the Export Import Bank and
Assistant Secretary of the Interior, and has over 25 years of legal, public
policy and management experience.  
* Walter Hauck III  most recently served as CIO and Senior Vice President of
Technology at Dun & Bradstreet, where he led a team of 1,000+ staff and
supported the world's largest commercial credit applications. Prior, he served
as Vice President for Worldwide Technology for Pfizer Inc.  
* General  Peter Pace  served as the 16th  Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
from 2005 to 2007. Prior to becoming Chairman, he served as Vice Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff. General Pace holds the distinction of being the first
Marine to have held either of these offices. He retired in 2007 after more than
40 years of active service in  the United States  Marine Corps.  
* Jonathan Weinberger  is the Executive Vice President of Veedims. He has served
under six cabinet members in various positions and was also the youngest ever
Executive Secretary at the Treasury Department. In addition, Weinberger served
as the Executive Secretary and Deputy Chief of Staff at the Office of the United
States Trade Representative at the White House.  
* Paul Wolfowitz  has spent more than three decades in public service and higher
education, including 24 years in U.S. government service under seven U.S.
presidents. Most recently he served as the Deputy Secretary of Defense from 2001
to 2005, and then as President of the World Bank from 2005 to 2007.  
* Neil Alpert  is the President of LaserLock Technologies, and brings with him
over a decade of management experience. He most recently served as the President
of the Kiawah Group, a boutique government affairs and development firm.


LaserLock Technologies, Inc. based in  Bala Cynwyd, PA  is publicly traded on
the OTC Market under the ticker symbol "LLTI". The Company markets security
technology to protect pharmaceuticals, high-end retail goods, the casino
industry, documents and branded products from counterfeiting. To learn more,
visit us at  


Ann Marie Clements
Sage Communications (for LaserLock Technologies)

SOURCE  LaserLock Technologies, Inc.

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