Document Security Systems, Inc. Announces Alliance with the Relizon Company to Address Aviation Industry Security Issues

Rochester, New York, UNITED STATES


ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb 24, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Document Security Systems, Inc. (OTCBB:DCSS), a provider of printed security features which prevent forgery, duplication, counterfeiting, scanning and re-imaging for any type of printed documents, labels or packaging, announced today that it is partnering with The Relizon Company to address certain recently enacted Federal Aviation Administration regulations relating to security issues in the aviation industry.

"Relizon has entered an initial order for over 1 million pieces of Document Security's patented 2002 Safety Paper to satisfy initial customer demand," said DCSS Chairman and CEO Patrick White.

The Relizon Company, with 4800 employees and annual revenues approaching $1 billion, provides document, billing and marketing solutions to thousands of clients through more than 50 manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout North America.

Document Security Systems also announced today that several states, including Florida, have approved its patented "hidden word" pantograph system technology for use in printing prescription forms which are required to be used by medical professionals. In addition, one of DCSS' licensees is now using this technology to print car titles for two states and expects two other states to begin using the technology shortly.

"During the current quarter we have made significant inroads in the introduction of our security paper to new customers," Patrick White said. "We are very pleased that a company with the stature of The Relizon Company has selected our product to fill the needs of their clients, and we look forward to a continued and mutually beneficial relationship."

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