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December 17, 2009 00:05 ET

Security Solutions Discussed by Industry Leaders in SecurityStockWatch.com Interviews -- HID Global, GE Security, AXCESS International

RYE BROOK, NY--(Marketwire - December 17, 2009) - "HID Global is focused on creating customer value through secure identity-based solutions that apply to either physical or logical access, card issuance, asset and animal identification, as well as embedded technology solutions that are used by a worldwide network of development and integration partners for a broad variety of applications. A great example is our relationship with Dell because it really provides a value proposition to end-users, by extending the value of our credentials, as well as providing a more risk-appropriate authentication solution via Dell® laptops."

These are among the insights discussed by Mr. Denis Hébert, President and CEO, HID Global (www.HIDGLOBAL.com), Executive Vice President, ASSA ABLOY. (STKM: ASSA-B) (PINKSHEETS: ASAZF).

For the complete interview: http://www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_HID1.html.

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And, Mr. Mark Barry, President, GEsecurity (Americas) (www.GEsecurity.com) (NYSE: GE), told us, "We do have a broad portfolio of offerings. In the past year we've been working hard on making products interoperable so that we can deliver total solutions to our customers. You mentioned the broad categories, we tend to think of products in a matrix that includes four columns (Intrusion, Fire, Access, and Video) and three rows (high end, mid tier, and mass market). One of our goals is to have industry leading product solutions in each of the categories."

For the complete interview: http://www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_GES.html.

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And, Mr. Allan Griebenow, President & CEO, AXCESS International Inc. (www.axcessinc.com) (OTCBB: AXSI), said, "Our Dot wireless credentials are unique. They open up a whole new world of applications inside the business and for about the same cost as traditional card access systems. The badges look the same as traditional ones, and they are compatible with existing systems. We offer the best of both worlds. So today, we are bringing personnel badges into the 21st century by making them truly wireless, thereby enabling what are called 'Advanced Workforce Management' applications throughout the enterprise."

For the entire interview: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_AXSI.html.

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