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February 18, 2009 11:12 ET

LIGATT Security CEO Gregory Evans Proves to Be Industry Leader in Technology

LIGATT Security CEO Gregory Evans Continues to Create Products and Services That Are on the Forefront of Technology

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - February 18, 2009) - Ex-computer hacker turned Certified Ethical Hacker, Gregory Evans, has proven himself to be an innovator in the field of technology. Evans, who is CEO of LIGATT Security (PINKSHEETS: IGTP), a world premier computer security and consulting company, has recently been featured on several programs such as the Fox network's "Fox & Friends," the CBS News, Atlanta's famous V103 with Frank and Wanda in the Morning, the CW Frank & Wanda show, and in Black Enterprise magazine, as the world's leading expert on computer security and Hi-Tech crimes.

Gregory Evans was most recently featured in the March issue of Black Enterprise magazine as one of the top twenty "Masters of Innovation". Evans was praised for his creation of an electronic tracking device called eSnitch; the world's 1st wireless tracking device for computers that enables a person to track a stolen computer from anywhere in the world.

Evans is currently development with Hollywood Super Producer Will Packard, creator of "Stomp the Yard," and the upcoming film "Obsessed" starring Beyonce Knowles and Idres Elba, to create a biographical film about Evans's transition from hacker to technology mogul.

As a result of the current economic state, which has led to a drastic increase in Hi-Tech crimes such as Identity Theft and Computer Hacking, Gregory Evans has developed services such as LIGATT Security's prized "Hacker for Hire" service. This service utilizes Certified Ethical Hackers to test vulnerabilities that may leave an individual susceptible to victimization.

CEO of LIGATT Security, Gregory Evans, has also made a name for himself as an innovator in technology with his caller ID spoofing service, allows a person to call anyone in the world and have any number that they choose be displayed in the recipient's caller ID. allows an individual to change their voice to sound like that of a man or a woman, or to send text messages and emails with their information concealed as well.

This spring, in an effort to share his expertise with the community, Evans will launch a series of cyber-crime related courses at seven colleges in the Atlanta, Georgia area. The courses include; Computer Forensics, Computer Theft Prevention & Stolen Computer Recovery, Computer Surveillance and Spyware, Cyber Law - The Law of the Internet, Identity Theft Seminar, Password Cracking and Recovery, Security Policies, White Hat Hacking, and Wireless Security.

Gregory Evans will use his 25 years of experience combined with material written in his 8 books to teach students how to think like a hacker in order to protect themselves. Evans is also certified to teach Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses to attorneys in the states of Georgia, Nevada and California.

As a result of his success, Gregory Evans stresses the importance of giving back to the community. In 2002, Evans was given the NAACP Humanitarian award for building a technology center in the inner-city of Los Angeles, California in an effort to increase technology awareness in low income communities. Evans donates laptop computers to churches and schools in inner-city communities as well.

For more information about LIGATT Security (IGTP) and its products and services, go to For more information about SPOOFEM go to For the biography of CEO, Gregory Evans, go to

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