Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 14, 2010
HSNetwork will be the first sponsor-driven, high quality training-on-demand, intelligence and communication network for Homeland Security First Responders and is expected to reach more than 3 million of the US finest; Fire, Police, Emergency Management and medical personnel within 2 years.
“We are proud to have forged a relationship with Security Solutions International (SSI)” says HSNetwork’s CEO Henry Morgenstern, “knowing that SSI will be the vanguard of training providers that will be featured for free on the new HS Network.” SSI brings a commitment to quality that is well-known throughout the Homeland Security sector at the Federal, State and local levels.” The conference itself will be filmed by us, along with several important SSI trainings over the next few months. The company is also negotiating with a host of the nation’s best known trainers and companies to provide their training through the network.
In addition to providing training on demand, the network will supply a real backbone to the US Homeland Security First Responders in two areas considered lacking today: intelligence and real-time information on events. By providing high quality open source intelligence through SSI’s expertise with HS-BOOST for several years, and giving local agencies a chance to share with State and Federal in an open portal/forum that will be delivered through completely secure channels, the network sees itself as aiding and abetting the efforts to unite the nation’s First Responders in fighting terrorism, crime, gangs, and confronting natural and man-made disasters.
“SSI’s great relationships with some of the best-known names in the industry through The Counter Terrorist Magazine has already provided the HS Network with a line of companies looking to sponsor everything from free training, to product demos and training, as well as giving First Responders the ability to download content of critical importance to their handhelds, or phones. “ We anticipate a strong start given the support of SSI,” claims Morgenstern.
About Homeland Security Network LLC:
Founded by the President of Security Solutions International, Henry Morgenstern and partners, the HS Network aims to provide the Homeland Security First Responder with a completely secure network enabling communication of skill sets and intelligence inter-agency. The HS Network will be sponsor-driven and content will be provided FREE to qualified agencies at the Federal, State and local levels from the end of 2010.
Security Solutions International (SSI )has helped more than 750 Federal, State and local agencies by training to prevent, prepare and respond to the asymmetrical threat of organized crime, gangs, drug cartels, terrorist organizations, disease and natural disasters since 2004.
Security Solutions International also provides the professional First Responder community with the leading media in the field as the publishers of The Counter Terrorist Magazine, The Counter Terrorist Newsletter, webinars and interactive learning, as well as the Annual Homeland Security Professionals Conference & Exposition – the central event in the First Responder calendar. The company has been contracted to provide content for the newly established, first in the nation, Homeland Security Network which will debut in 2010. The completely secure network will be entirely sponsor driven and will provide First Responders with something they most need: a centralized, free source of real-time actionable intelligence, training, networking and an interactive learning experience.
For further information:
contact (at) homelandsecurityssi (dot) com
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