Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) September 21, 2006
SecuraComm, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, an independent security consulting and engineering firm, has merged with Kansas City based TranSystems, an industry leader in providing complete solutions to a full range of transportation clients.
Ron Libengood, President of SecuraComm, said “security is inherently and equally a business and a human issue for transportation clients in all sectors. The economy’s ever-increasing reliance on transportation of people and goods calls for security advisory services that anticipate security challenges and integrate a security stance into all designs.”
SecuraComm consultants and engineers, and its nationwide network of SecuraComm Affiliates, are experts in a number of security environments, including aviation, seaports, rail, public transit, homeland security, and infrastructure hardening. Their services include security audits and appraisals, vulnerability and risk assessments, security program development, security engineering, IT security, and business continuity services.
Brian Larson, President of TranSystems, said “the name of SecuraComm is synonymous with high-value, high-quality security services to an array of public and private entities in the transportation sector. They bring great value to our consultancy services and their unique skills fit our strategic goals to a T.”
Ron Libengood said, “I share Brian’s vision of leveraging our intellectual capital in the security domain throughout TranSystems’ entire network of 36 offices.”
SecuraComm joins TranSystems as part of its Transportation Security set of offerings, serving the freight rail, passenger rail and transit, states and municipalities, airports and air carriers, shippers and distributors, ports and maritime, trucking and automotive, energy and communications and the Federal government sectors.
“With this move, TranSystems demonstrates its commitment to its security line of specialized services,” said Larson. “The business will extend SecuraComm’s highly-developed skills throughout an organization already rich in skills. We couldn’t be prouder to have them on board.”
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