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Convergence Support

- MAC Systems of Canton, Massachusetts, has introduced its Customized Systems Support program, which will provide consultative advice to clients, in addition to administration, maintenance, and support of computer-based security systems and networks.

Supply Chain Security

- First Advantage of Scottsdale, Arizona, provides supply chain security services to help customers make the best business decisions to mitigate losses and risks. Proven solutions apply sophisticated statistical and financial analysis to quantify cargo exposure during shipping.

Risk Assessment

- Pitney Bowes MapInfo of Troy, New York, and London-based Exclusive Analysis have worked together to create TerrorRisk, a terrorism risk assessment tool for the insurance industry. The product combines Exclusive Analysis’s terrorism forecasting expertise with MapInfo’s location intelligence.

Workplace Violence

- Huffmaster Crisis Management of Troy, Michigan, offers services for prevention of workplace violence, helping companies identify risks and liabilities and how they can be minimized. The company assists in the development of a comprehensive plan for responding to threats and provides training to all employees to minimize incidents.

Data security

- A new security platform from Seagate Technology of Scotts Valley, California, delivers a simple, cost-effective way to deploy security for computing systems, computer electronics, and mobile devices by protecting data on the hard disk drive.

Disaster Planning

- Huffmaster offers disaster planning and response services. Specialists review existing recovery plans, and identify their strengths and weaknesses, developing a plan and testing it via tabletop reviews and full-scale exercises.



The Wackenhut Corporation


The Treadstone Group, Inc


Que Accounting Inc


Protection One


Guardsmark, LLC


Glover and Associates, Inc.


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