For Certification, a technology must have demonstrated confidence of continued effectiveness: i.e., it will perform as intended, conform to the seller’s specifications, and is safe for use as intended. In addition to the benefits provided under Designation, Certification allows Sellers of antiterrorism technologies to assert the Government Contractor Defense that immunizes Sellers from liability for claims arising from acts of terrorism. Technologies that receive Certification will be also placed on an Approved Products List for Homeland Security. Designation is a prerequisite for Certification.


The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

Approved: September 30, 2019 | Expires: October 31, 2024

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey provides World Trade Center Campus Security Assessment, Design, Architectural, and Engineering Services. The Technology consists of security risk assessments and design and architectural/engineering services used to incorporate security-related design features into building designs for the World Trade Center Site as a part of its redevelopment in New York City.

Southwest Synergistic Solutions, LLC

Approved: September 26, 2019 | Expires: October 31, 2024

Southwest Synergistic Solutions, LLC provides the Everything/Tactical Light (the "Technology"). The Technology is a battery-operated light with several different settings which are used to represent personnel, equipment, and more. The Technology is used by military personnel and first responders for a variety of purposes, including nighttime personnel identification, multi-casualty incident initial field triage, setting up landing zones, marking equipment, and marking cleared rooms and marking hazards.

Lion Global Foundation, dba Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab

Approved: September 26, 2019 | Expires: October 31, 2024

Lion Global Foundation, dba Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab ("CELL"), provides Community Awareness Program™ ("CAP™). The Technology is an interactive behavior-focused terrorism awareness training program taught by trained members of the public safety community designed in accordance with recommendations from the Information Sharing Environment-Suspicious Activity Reporting (ISE-SAR) Functional Standard v. 1.5, the foundation for the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Simon Property Group

Approved: August 26, 2019 | Expires: September 30, 2024

Simon Property Group, Inc., implements the Simon Property Security Program (the "Technology"). The Technology consists of security policies and procedures and internal resources created to assist in defending against, deterring, responding to, and mitigating the effects of Acts of Terrorism at Simon properties in the United States.

Ameristar Perimeter Security USA Inc.

Approved: July 31, 2019 | Expires: August 31, 2024

Ameristar Perimeter Security USA Inc. provides Active and Passive Vehicle Barriers (the "Technology"). The Technology is a family of barriers designed to restrict unauthorized vehicle intrusions or attacks at a perimeter. The Technology also includes operator and maintenance manuals.

Building Intelligence Inc.

Approved: June 03, 2019 | Expires: April 30, 2020

Building Intelligence, Inc. provides SV3 (the "Technology"). The Technology is a software-based database used by building managers, occupants, and security personnel to support security identification of vendors, vehicles, and visitors, processing admission and maintaining a record of activity, identities, and objects at a given facility.

Cleveland Browns Stadium Company LLC

Approved: May 24, 2019 | Expires: October 31, 2020

Cleveland Browns Stadium Company LLC, Cleveland Browns Football Company LLC, JHAC, LLC, and the City of Cleveland provides Cleveland Browns Stadium Company Security Program for FirstEnergy Stadium (the "Technology"). The Technology is a comprehensive program comprised of physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and properly trained personnel, whose program encompasses the entire Stadium property, including the seating bowl and suites, gates, loading dock, inner and secondary perimeters, field, locker rooms, areas housing utility and mechanical systems, command center, and service level garage.

National Fire Protection Association

Approved: March 19, 2019 | Expires: March 31, 2024

The National Fire Protection Association, Inc. ("NFPA") is an American National Standards Institute ("ANSI") Accredited Standards Development Organization that has developed NFPA /American National Standards using the NFPA Codes and Standards Development Process, which meets the requirements of due process and criteria for approval and withdrawal of American National Standards (the "Technology"). The Technology is a set of codes and standards that address anti-terrorism technologies in the areas of personal protective garments, equipment, professional qualifications for first responders, and for preparedness planning for infrastructure and enterprise protection, fire protection systems, and for critical electrical and building systems.

LiveSafe, Inc.

Approved: March 19, 2019 | Expires: April 30, 2024

LiveSafe, Inc. provides LiveSafe (the "Technology"). The Technology is a software platform which enables people to submit security and safety tips to security personnel via a proprietary mobile application (accessed on a smartphone mobile device) and a cloud-based Command Dashboard that allows security personnel to monitor tips and incidents. The Technology also includes the user manual, training materials, implementation process, and maintenance of the platform.

National Football League

Approved: January 29, 2019 | Expires: January 29, 2024

The National Football League ("NFL") provides the NFL Best Practices Program which is grounded in the NFL Best Practices for Stadium Security ("NFL Best Practices"). The NFL Best Practices is a comprehensive set of guidelines for stadium security management designed to deter and defend against terrorist attacks at sports stadiums (the "Technology"). The NFL delivers and implements its NFL Best Practices through a Stadium Security Evaluation and Compliance Program and through its Stadium Security Training Program, which are designed to promote the highest level of compliance at each stadium in which NFL games are played. The Technology does not include each NFL club’s or stadium owner’s or operator’s implementation of the Technology.