The Cyber Shield Set to Be Marketed to Government Agencies and Businesses in the United States and the Middle East

Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HISC) announced today that the Company is expanding their worldwide marketing strategy for one of their key security products, the Cyber Shield.

The campaign is designed to target multiple segments of the Homeland Security industry as well as the general public.

The Cyber Shield, recently released into the retail market, is a window laminate which can provide protection from terrorism and crime to natural disasters including flying debris from hurricanes and tornados. It enables glass to withstand the force of various objects such as rocks, bats, bullets, certain bombs and debris. The Cyber Shield comes in four different categories, depending upon the amount of resistance needed for a particular application.

The Cyber Shield's standard grade product is designed to protect against costly damage and injury from accidents involving windows and doors, which often produce dangerous shards of glass. This version, the SF 5 and SF 7, provides top quality safety window films that, in most cases, stop thieves before a break-in occurs.

The premium grade of window laminates provide the ultimate in bullet, bomb, and explosive disaster resistance. This grade provides the highest level of security protection in the laminate industry. When applied to 1/2" glass it can resist the penetration of a .38 caliber, .9mm FMJ, or even a .357 bullet.

"It's an exciting time for our company as we proceed with the launch of this highly anticipated campaign. This is a product that provides a unique type of protection for our customers' homes and offices. We believe that by offering this product to help combat unfortunate natural disasters and terrorist acts, we will lead the way in providing solutions that will give our customers a better sense of security," stated Fred Wicks, CEO, Homeland Integrated Security Systems Inc.

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