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Louroe Electronics, ImageWare Systems, CyberLock, Cisco and Wave Systems Discuss Security Solutions

RYE BROOK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 02/12/13 -- ImageWare Systems (OTCQB: IWSY), Wave Systems (NASDAQ: WAVX)

Louroe Electronics

Mr. Richard S. Brent, C.E.O., Louroe Electronics, told us, "The application of audio monitoring enables many options for the professional integrator of security systems. Within the security marketplace there are several vertical sectors such as access control, perimeter management, loss prevention, and life safety. Outside security industry uses the opportunity for is virtually endless. Audio monitoring for patient services such as sleep treatment labs, and operating centers, family programs, such as child protective services are another non-security application. The Entertainment Industry such as casinos and theme parks. House of worship facilities are also a market for our products. Louroe Electronics provides integrated security solutions for a plethora of commercial environments."

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ImageWare Systems

ImageWare Systems recently announced, "In addition to product development, ImageWare has been preparing for a major international deployment as the exclusive provider of biometric identity management for a prime contractor installing cargo scanning security at the Republic of Ecuador's major seaports. The initial deployment is currently scheduled to begin in the early part of 2013 at the Port of Guayaquil, the country's main seaport that handles a majority of its imports and exports. ImageWare expects to receive a fee for every port worker receiving credentials, as well as an annual management and maintenance fee, based on a percentage of the initial credentialing cost per worker. Depending upon the number of enrollees, the company expects the contract value to exceed $3.0 million over its seven year term."

"The high-end biometric secure credentialing solution we are providing for Ecuador is the same technology being deployed for the Los Angeles World Airports, which we announced earlier this year," noted Jim Miller, Chairman and CEO. "In fact, we can easily replicate this platform for virtually any port system that needs transportation worker identification cards in order to comply with the SAFE Port Act. Not only are our solutions easily deployable, for ImageWare they generally represent gross margins above 70% as well as a recurring revenue stream. Our unique patented technology has the potential to provide us strong, steady revenue growth, along with excellent forward-looking visibility."

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A Success Story With Water Treatment Facilities

Water treatment facilities are uniquely difficult to secure as bringing an audit-capable security solution to remote and widespread locations poses a challenge for traditional access control solutions. Water facilities need solutions that allow them to secure perimeters, track the movements of individuals, and prevent unauthorized access to their physical assets.

A large water utility in Australia began their search to improve access control and secure their geographically widespread infrastructure that spans across 23,938 square miles and serves a population of approximately 70,000 people. After extensive research, the utility chose the CyberLock system for its versatility, superior security features, and ease of installation.

Now each employee needs only on key to access any lock they've been assigned access privileges. Security has improved as lost or stolen keys are now easily blocked. Since installation, they have rolled out the system through their entire infrastructure. CyberLock cylinders now secure the entire pipeline system and hundreds of locks are installed in pump stations, switchboards, wastewater treatment plants, and depot facilities.

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Mrs. Ulrica de-Fort Menares, Director of Product Management for Cisco Medianet, told us, "An intelligent network must become more application-savvy. It must have the ability to determine the importance of a session based on its business value, and treat the session accordingly, end to end. One of the key medianet characteristics is its ability to become media-aware. Imagine this: The network can discover the type of endpoint and automatically configure the switch port for that type of device. This ability to plug and play any endpoint in the network is an example of tight integration between an intelligent network and an endpoint."

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Wave Systems

Wave Systems Corp., the Trusted Computing Company, announced an expansion of its distribution channel, highlighted by strategic agreements with Infodat Technologies ( in India; TechSearch Corp. ( in Korea; and Bangkok Systems & Software ( in Thailand. Wave is also expanding existing relationships in Singapore and other Asian-Pacific markets.

These new distribution partners are now authorized to offer their customers Wave's innovative solutions for data protection, data loss prevention, authentication, security compliance and malware protection.

"Today's cyber threats call for a unique and innovative approach, and one that builds on industry-standard hardware built directly into the endpoint. We're putting Wave's technology into the hands of top regional distributors whose relationships and trained service professionals offer a fast path to deployment," said Brian Berger, Wave's Executive Vice President of Business Development and Chief Marketing Officer. "Infodat is well-anchored in the Indian market and has earned the trust of its extensive client base. TechSearch is the trusted partner for Korea's IT industry; and Bangkok Systems & Software provides seasoned professionals on the ground in Thailand."

Under the terms of the agreements, Wave's distribution partners will offer both products and professional services. The distributors will offer Wave's EMBASSY® ( security software for managing hardware-based data protection and authentication, as well as the full Safend ( portfolio of products. Infodat Technologies has built a strong reputation in India and globally, providing technology services and business solutions for more than 16 years to help its clients innovate, automate information and optimize costs.

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Two Important Research Reports Are Now Available for Security and Smart Grid Executives, Professionals and Investors

The Physical Security Business in 2012
This Report is the NEW 2012 Definitive Resource for Physical Security Market Research & Investment Analysis.
Why do you need this report?

Learn how the industry is reforming in order to develop new security products and systems which will satisfy what end users need to reduce operating costs and move security from a cost center to one that delivers a Return on Investment.

Review the Future of Emerging Technology Drivers. The shift from analog to IP has accelerated through the recession, as both manufacturers and consumers focus their spending on technology that can be scalable and deliver IT Convergence to meet existing and future requirements. Game changing technologies which are expanding future business opportunities include; Wireless, Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) and Managed Video (MVaaS), Situational Awareness technology including Analytics, PSIM and PIAM.

There is an enormous latent demand for physical security products waiting to be exploited in the emerging markets of the world. China for example currently has a penetration of one sixth of the USA but this stood at one tenth in 2011, so the Chinese market is growing rapidly by using up this latent potential.

Within its 186 pages and 19 charts and tables, the report sieves out ALL the key facts and draws conclusions, so you can understand what is shaping the future of the physical security industry.
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The Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Business
This Report is a Definitive Guide to Assessing the Future of this Fast Growing Business.
What is the Future Potential of the Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Business?
Within its 89 pages and over 10 charts and tables, the report delivers key information to industry executives and investors.
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CARTES America
Assembles Leading Smart Card, Payment and
Identification Experts in Las Vegas, April 23-25, 2013

With the Americas gearing up for EMV and NFC implementations in 2013 and beyond, participants at CARTES America ( will gather to discuss the issues driving these markets and explore the latest technologies and trends in smart cards, mobile payment, identification, and authentication.

The three-day conference and exhibition will return to Las Vegas, Nev., April 23-25, 2013, with an almost sold-out roster of exhibitors.

This year's CARTES AMERICA will feature 80 educational sessions with more than 100 presenters. The event will focus on the topics, trends and technologies to facilitate new business in the large and dynamic American market for innovative smart technologies.

The CARTES America preliminary conference program includes a number of sessions addressing three broad themes: EMV and NFC deployments, mobile & advanced payments and security.

CARTES America, produced by Comexposium, is endorsed by global and local partners such as the BayPay Forum, Eurosmart, GlobalPlatform, Global Prepaid Exchange, SIMalliance, and Smart Payment Association. Exhibitors and sponsors include ABnote, CPI Card Group, Gemalto, HID, Mastercard, Morpho, and Perfect Plastic.

Register to attend CARTES America and for more information, visit Accredited members of the media are invited to register for free (


PSA Security Network
Westin Westminster / Westminster Colorado
May 6-10, 2013

PSA Security Network's signature event, PSA-TEC, will take place at the Westin Westminster in beautiful Westminster, Colorado May 6-10, 2013 with the exhibit floor open on Wednesday, May 8. PSA-TEC 2013 offers hundreds of hours of education and networking, focusing on Business Optimization, Physical Security, IT, Managed Services, and Industry and Manufacturer certifications -- all specific to the physical security professional.

PSA-TEC is open to all industry professionals. From TECHS to EXECS we offer all of the training for all levels and roles, all in one location. In addition to the many educational courses and tradeshow, PSA-TEC also offers many networking opportunities for attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors alike. From gold sponsored hospitality suites to casual gatherings, such as our annual jam session and bowling tournament, there is something for everybody.

For a limited time, attendees can take advantage of early-bird pricing to receive a discounted rate on the registration fee. Please visit for more details and to register for courses and TEC networking events.

PSA-TEC, because it's your job to know!


Security Document World 2013
The Global Hub for Next Generation Citizen & Government ID Solutions
21-23 May 2013, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, UK

Following the outstanding success of SDW 2012, which saw a packed exhibition floor with over 90 companies exhibiting and more than 1,300 attendees, this 'must-attend' event will return to the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London UK on 21-23 May 2013.

The show will continue to track all the cutting-edge developments surrounding the security document industry, from the latest in next generation "e-" documents to the cutting-edge developments being made by manufacturers of advanced physical security features. The show also explorers the identity architecture within which these documents are used, and specifically their use in intelligent border control systems.

With more than 90 companies on the exhibition floor, and an exciting three-day conference programme, this event is designed for government officials, document examiners, company executives and technologists in the ePassport, visa, eID, driving license, registered traveller, law enforcement, employee ID, security printing, biometric and smart card industries.

Find out more at:

Contact: Mark Lockie at Science Media Partners
Tel: +44 +44 (0)1189 844932
Email: [email protected]


SIA Government 2013 Summit
Washington, DC / June 4-5
W Hotel / 515 5th St. NW / Washington, DC

* Join your security industry colleagues on Capitol Hill
* Meet with members of Congress and staff
* Engage with speakers and attend sessions on issues important to the industry

Bob Woodward to be keynote speaker at Government Summit 2013

Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and best-selling author, Bob Woodward will be the keynote speaker at the Security Industry Association's (SIA) Government Summit.

Mr. Woodward has been hailed as one of the greatest journalists of all time. He has spent more than four decades as a reporter and associate editor for the Washington Post. He is the recipient of almost every major American journalism award, including the Gerald R. Ford Prize for Reporting on the Presidency. His work early in his career on the Watergate scandal with colleague Carl Bernstein helped the Post win the Pulitzer Prize in 1973. His remarkable role as the main reporter for the Washington Post on the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks contributed to another Pulitzer, the National Affairs Pulitzer Prize, in 2002.


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