I’ve got a pretty big bag—actually, a sack into which you put your bag—with a roll-top closure system. I had never heard of it, but you can see it in action here. That one is pretty small, but they go up to 80-90 liters of capacity, here an example.
These sacks are advertised as a good solution for air travels when you have to board backpacks. Some companies won’t allow backpacks because of their loose ends that might stick and block the luggage transportation system. So you just put your backpack in a cheap, lightweight sack and you are done.
Still, there seems to be no way to secure it. One can just open the clips, unroll the top and that’s it. Do you have any experience on how (and if) this kind of bag can be secured?
Here's a close up of the closure, I don't know its name but it's pretty obvious.