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Homeland Security Corporation (HSCC) Appoints New President with Biometrics and Access Control Solutions Expertise and Contacts
Date:5/9/2013

WRIGHTWOOD, Calif., May 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Homeland Security Corporation (OTC: HSCC), a security technology company reports the appointment of  Mr. Dore Perler as the Company's new president, in charge of day to day operations. Mr. Perler brings over twenty years of industry experience and contacts to the company, from both public markets and the security sector. 

Mr. Perler has a previous background as the CEO of a publicly traded company in Biometrics, Explosive Detection technologies and Access control solutions markets.

His extensive public company management experience includes International mergers and acquisitions, creation of financial management strategies, capital management and capital raises.

Mr. Perler will be reporting to David Shade , CEO and Chairman, to execute the new business strategy which includes building upon the security solutions division and the recently announced expansion in the Marijuana (both Medical Marijuana-MMJ and Marijuana-MJ) marketplace providing services ranging from legal and regulatory compliance to security surveillance.

Mr. Perler said, "It's one of my primary goals to take the company through the required steps and become compliant with regulatory bodies and become a fully reporting and funded entity. In parallel we are rebranding the company with a new website, new corporate identity and new plan to become a competitor in the security sector." 

About Homeland Security Corporation HSC is a leading innovator, consultant and implementer of security driven technologies that can be deployed in any environment to meet a client's security or regulatory needs. Our primary mission is to protect people, property, infrastructure, and our clients' high value assets by mitigating threats, guiding regulatory agencies, and integrating new and novel technologies.

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