SOURCE: Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc.

April 19, 2007 09:45 ET

Homeland Integrated Security Systems Receives Regulatory Approvals on Its GSM Version of Cyber Tracker

Approvals include FCC, PTCRB, UL and MET Labs Certifications.

ASHEVILLE, NC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 19, 2007 --Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HISC) announced today that the Company has received final regulatory approvals on its patent-pending GSM Cyber Tracker. The required approvals from regulatory agencies include FCC, PTCRB, UL and MET Labs Certifications. According to the company, these approvals would allow Homeland to sell the GSM Cyber Tracker in most parts of the world with the exception of the European Union, which requires the additional CE certification. The company said that CE certification of the GSM Cyber Tracker is in process and expected shortly.

"All that remains for us to begin selling the GSM version in the United States are the final approvals from Cingular. We will supply them with fully certified units to complete their independent certification on their network," according to Ian Riley, CTO of Homeland Integrated Security Systems. "This is a monumental accomplishment resulting in a final product that far exceeds our expectations. It is the culmination of nearly two years of hard work by our strong team of professionals."

"The importance of the GSM unit to Homeland Integrated Security Systems is that our customers will benefit from our ability to provide a global footprint and several new features," stated Brian Riley, Chairman and COO of Homeland Integrated Security Systems. "We now have Cyber Trackers running in five different countries. With these approvals and the CE certification, the Cyber Tracker will be suitable for more that 170 countries worldwide."

"Adding the GSM Cyber Tracker to our product line helps us in several ways. First, it greatly expands the geographic markets that we can target," stated Fred Wicks, CEO and President of Homeland Integrated Security Systems. "In addition, it now allows us to use the global channels that we have already cultivated. This is another example of how this management team follows through and completes projects. Our goal is to build back investor confidence by demonstrating that we can accomplish what we say we are going to do."

About Homeland Integrated Security Systems:

Homeland Integrated Security Systems owns proprietary technology in conjunction with its patent-pending Cyber Tracker. Cyber Tracker technology has applications for data and tracking functions across a variety of industries, utilizing IDEN, and GSM (coming 3Q 2007) technologies. In addition, CDMA and Satellite technologies are under development with release expected some time in 2007. For more information please visit our website www.hissusa.com.

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