We believe that we have an important message about Homeland Security to deliver to a very important group of people that protect our country
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
At a time when the United States is conducting two wars, being threatened by North Korea and dealing with additional terrorist activities right here in Time Square, SSI and The Counter Terrorist Magazine plan a major expansion of distribution to include the Homeland Security decision makers throughout our Nation’s Capital.
“We believe that we have an important message about Homeland Security to deliver to a very important group of people that protect our country,” says Sol Bradman, CEO of The Counter Terrorist Magazine’s (http://www.thecounterterroristmag.com) publishing company, Security Solutions International (SSI). “It is important that we inform not only those at the tip of the spear working in our backyards but those inside the beltway that influence the policies that affect all Americans.”
Beginning with its October/November Issue, the magazine will expand its existing distribution making it the one publication that reaches the most Homeland Security decision makers across the country.
The new audience will include those in Washington, D.C., who need the most up-to-date information on the Global War on Terror and other emerging threats such as "The Pirates of East Africa" or the threat of gangs like MS13. So from the streets of LA to the Barrios of El Salvador, the magazine covers these important issues every other month.
New readers from agencies such as the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Interior along with the Department of Homeland Security will now be joining an already international audience that reads this Journal for the Homeland Security Professional. “Our goal is to continue to expand the publications reach and inform the members of the more than 87,000 different governmental jurisdictions at the federal, state, and local level who have homeland security responsibilities,” says Henry Morgenstern, President of SSI and CEO of the Homeland Security Network.