SOURCE: LIGATT Security International, Inc.

December 21, 2009 09:47 ET

LIGATT Security International Appoints New Board Member, Charles R. Anderson II

Charles R. Anderson II, President and Founder of I-Tech Management Systems, LLC, Joins LIGATT Board of Directors

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - December 21, 2009) - Chairman of Board and CEO of LIGATT Security International (PINKSHEETS: LGTT) Gregory Evans announced today that LSI has appointed Charles R. Anderson II to the new Board of Directors, effective immediately.

Anderson is the President and Founder of I-Tech Management Systems, LLC. He founded I-Tech in 2008, in Washington, DC as a government contracting company, offering consultation in project and program management, business development and IT field technician services.

"LIGATT Security International is a leading presence in the field of IT Security, and I am more than honored to be a part of such a consummate organization," says Anderson. "I look forward to working with Mr. Gregory Evans and LSI's board, and supporting LSI's mission of providing superior service."

Anderson has been in management for 13 years, starting as the Manager of Operations for a telecommunications company, Conference America, Inc. in 1997. After completing his Master's degree in Organizational Communication & Management, in 2004, Anderson began working for Lockheed Martin Corporation where he began working on various classified government contracts. He holds a Top Secret Clearance with polygraph.

"Mr. Anderson's strong management background will help build the strong foundation LIGATT Security will need to go to the next level in 2010," says Evans President and CEO of LIGATT Security.

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