SOURCE: Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc.

October 05, 2005 09:00 ET

Homeland Integrated Security Systems CEO Frank Moody Featured on

Cyber Tracker Highlighted in Nation's Efforts to Secure Seaports

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 5, 2005 --Frank Moody, CEO of Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc. (OTC: HISC), is featured today on the website Mr. Moody is interviewed from the 2005 Maritime Security Expo in New York regarding the company's involvement in the continuing effort on Homeland Security and the debut of the Cyber Tracker GPS tracking device. The interview can be viewed at the website

In the interview conducted by anchor Annalisa Burgos, Mr. Moody highlights how the Cyber Tracker fits into the strategy of securing the nation's ports. The Cyber Tracker has been tested at the Savannah Ports as part of a project with the Georgia Port Authority.

Homeland Integrated Security Systems' patent pending Cyber Tracker is a portable detection device designed to provide real-time GPS tracking of vehicles, people or other mobile or movable objects. Its convenient, rugged design (5" x 5" x 1") makes it applicable in a variety of situations where it is necessary to know an exact location of a person or object. It features "Push to Talk" ability and an extended battery life. The Cyber Tracker's unique design and features makes the product ideal for consumer retail, school systems, ports, fleet management, the military, and public safety.

The 2005 Maritime Security Expo drew more than 3,000 buyers and services from as many as 50 countries.

To view Mr. Moody's interview, go to

About Homeland Integrated Security Systems:

Homeland Integrated Security Systems owns proprietary technology and has the rights to use patents to some of the most innovative and sophisticated security products. One of the key target markets is the 361 commercial seaports in the US which are vulnerable to criminal penetration. For more information go to

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