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IBM and GE Security Discuss Risk and Security Issues in Interviews

Wed, 30 Apr 2008 09:28:00 GMT +0100
RYE BROOK, N.Y. - April 30th, 2008 --[ASDWire]-- “Any comprehensive approach to business continuity and resiliency is going to include both proactive and reactive components. If clients plan well, they can deliver day-to-day value to the organization in terms of improved efficiency, higher service levels, increased satisfaction, more effective operations, more effective risk mitigation programs and greater alignment with regulations. Based on this, our offerings are designed to match three main areas of concern – business driven, data driven and event driven concerns.” These are among the comments and observations by Mr. Philippe Jarre, Vice President IBM Business Continuity and Resiliency Services (NYSE: IBM). The complete interview is available here: .

And, Mr. Randy Koch, President and CEO, CommerceGuard, GE Security, Inc (NYSE: GE), told us, “CommerceGuard is a full security system that provides intrusion detection for cargo containers. Shippers who have taken measures to use trusted sources want to be sure their cargo remains secure along its journey, especially during the vulnerable leg of transport between the factory and the first seaport.” The entire interview is available here:

Also available on is news regarding OSI Geospatial, Inc. OSI Geospatial Inc. (Toronto:OSI.TO - News)(OTC BB:OSIIF.OB - News) announced April 29th, 2008 that its U.S. Systems Operations has signed a contract valued at approximately US$1.6 million including all options. Under the contract terms, the company will further develop and enhance its command and control technology to meet U.S. Army operational requirements. Work is expected to be performed over the next 24 months.

"The U.S. Army is a valued customer and we are pleased that our relationship continues to strengthen. The award of this contract confirms their commitment to our command and control technology and our ability to meet their operational requirements," said Ken Kirkpatrick, president and CEO of OSI Geospatial.

Also available on is our Investment Guide To 350+ Security Stocks © : Deborah Gilbert, President, said, “Since 911, we live in a new world that requires we protect every aspect of everyday life as never before: our environment, our borders, our businesses, and, of course, our personal well-being and that of our families. Worldwide spending for security continues at an unprecedented pace and the companies included in our Investment Guide are beneficiaries of much of this spending.”

For further information please contact:
Deborah Gilbert, 914-690-9351