SOURCE: Medical Institutional Services Holdings, Inc.

September 09, 2008 13:58 ET

MIHS Will Be Trading as iN Control Security Inc. Under New Stock Symbol INCL

BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwire - September 9, 2008) - Medical Institutional Services Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MIHS) announces that it has completed its name change to iN Control Security Inc. and it will begin trading under its new stock symbol INCL effective tomorrow.

About iN Control Security (iCS)

iCS is a global systems builder and distributor of electronic security products which include Smart CCTV, Biometric Access Control, Wireless Intrusion Detection and Advanced Weapons Detection. Being the largest supplier of IQSIS (Intelligent, Quick, Secure Integrated Systems) to the Do-It-Yourself commercial and residential markets, iCS assures return on security system investments. Client security projects are less expensive, provide more coverage and are installed in just hours, not weeks.

The iCS Business Partner Program allows local security companies to capitalize on the company's vast process experience and deliver "Best in Class" electronic security systems to clients using the Titan iQuote System. And with direct warehouse access to over 3,800 products, the iCS EASY ORDER website brings a comprehensive security store providing anywhere-anytime shipping from two QUICK TURN 24-7 warehouses located in Los Angeles and Miami.

In short, iCS focuses on DIY and Quick Deploy Security Technologies. Headquartered in Baltimore, each iCS executive team member has a minimum of 18 years experience in security product design, manufacturing, systems integration and installation in commercial, government, military and residential markets. The firm's clear and simple mission is to deliver, service and support the best security technologies at the lowest cost. iCS puts the security buyer "iN Control."

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