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Infrastruct Security, Inc. Exceeds $20 Million Annual Revenue with New Round of Financing


HOUSTON, Texas – June 4 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Infrastruct Security, Inc. announces that its latest round of financing has pushed the company over the $20 million mark and helped the company meet its initial business goals within its first year of operation. Part of the proceeds from this $3 million second round of financing were used to merge with Dowley Security, based in Oklahoma City.

Infrastruct Security Grows through Two Strategic Business Transactions


HOUSTON, Texas – Nov. 30 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Infrastruct Security, Inc. acquires Monarch Security and purchased the systems and the service account base from Kimmons Security Services. The leading critical infrastructure and convergent security solutions integrator on the Gulf Coast, Infrastruct Security continues to expand its presence.

Perspectives on Suicide Bombing Forum Hosted by Gulf Coast Security Provider in October


HOUSTON, Texas – Oct. 12 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — MEDIA ADVISORY: Infrastruct Security, Inc. will host the security forum ‘Perspectives on Suicide Bombing’ on South Padre Island, Texas, from October 27-29, 2006. The three-day Forum, for security directors of large corporations in critical infrastructure and first responders, will feature prominent experts’ input about how the next suicide bombing attack might affect your business.

2007 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill Requires Vulnerability Assessments


HOUSTON, Texas – Oct. 6 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Infrastruct Security, Inc. announces that members of their staff have recently been certified to perform vulnerability assessments of chemical facilities. The 2007 Homeland Security Appropriations bill mandates these assessments at high-risk chemical facilities and the consequences of facilities not complying with risk-based and performance-based vulnerability assessments are stiff, including civil and criminal penalties and the possible suspension of operations.