Andrew Kelleher is president of Security Engineered Machinery (SEM), a supplier of high-security information destruction equipment to the federal government and its various security agencies.
What does SEM stand for?
SEM stands for Security Engineered Machinery
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We have 372 other meanings of SEM in our Acronym Attic
- Science and Engineering of Materials
- Scuola Estetica Moderna (Italian: Modern Beauty School)
- Search Engine Management
- Search Engine Marketing
- Search Engine Master
- Search-Engine Marketing
- Seattle Emergency Management (Seattle, WA)
- Secondary Emission Monitor
- Secteur Extra-Métropolitain (French: Extra-Metropolitan Area; French Social Security)
- Secure Ethernet Multiplexer
Samples in periodicals archive:
com)-- Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) introduces the Model 344 High Security Paper Shredder, which dramatically exceeds current government requirements for the destruction of Top-Secret / Classified data.
wrong people from acquiring discarded computer hard drives is not a problem if one has the Jackhammer Hard Drive Shredder that has just been developed by Security Engineered Machinery of Weathers, Mass.
com)-- The new Model 0202 OMD Optical Media Destroyer from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) has the highest-rated throughput capacity of all such shredders evaluated and listed by the National Security Agency (NSA) — 2,400 CDs or DVDs per hour.
Security Engineered Machinery (SEM), of Westboro, has earned ISO 14001:2004 registration for its environmental management system, which has been certified by an independent body to conform to voluntary standards developed by the Switzerland-based International Organization for Standardization.
It will be available through Fujitsu government distributor (GSA contract) Security Engineered Machinery (http://www.
Made by Security Engineered Machinery of Westboro, Massachusetts, the system can destroy standard drives that measure up to 3 1/2 inches at a rate of 20 per hour.
com)-- New Eco-Saver[TM] Briquetting Systems from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) reduce large volumes of loose waste to small, manageable briquettes.