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Online Mortgage Fraud In Canada Still On The Rise

A woman who was banned from conducting unregistered mortgage broker activities in B.C. and Ontario is now facing six fraud and theft charges in Abbotsford. Satvir Brar, 27, who also goes by the names Nikki Brar and Nikki Perdja, has […]

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LIGATT Security International Retains Mina Mar Marketing Group

LSI Signs on with Mina Mar as Their New IR Firm

ATLANTA, GA- April 5, 2011 – LIGATT Security International (OTC: LGTT) is pleased to announce that the company has retained Mina Mar Marketing Group (www.minamargroup.net) for the purpose of investor relations (IR), investor awareness (IA), and to assist LSI with potential mergers and acquisitions (MA).

LIGATT Security International with Mina Mar Marketing intends to develop closer ties and relationships with the investor public, update investors on company events on a timely basis, communicate frequently with company shareholders, and to assure the company’s transparency and compliance with Pink Sheets. MMMG will also work to improve the company’s online presence, including the company website and social media presence.

“We are very excited about working so closely with Mina Mar. I know they will dramatically improve our exposure and reach additional shareholders for better communication and interest in our company,” says Gregory Evans, CEO of LIGATT Security International.

Mina Mar’s tract record of working with such a diverse clientele base ensures that LIGATT Security will be guided in the right direction to accomplish all the company’s IR goals.

About LIGATT Security International

LSI is the nation’s premier hi-tech security company and recognized as a leader in computer security and cyber-crime investigation. It is a publicly traded company whose mission is to be the nation’s leading provider of hi-tech crime investigations, by protecting their clients against Black Hat Hacking one CPU at a time. For additional information about LIGATT Security International visit www.LIGATT.com, or follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/LIGATT.

***This press release was done in-house by a LIGATT Security International staff member. ***

Safe Harbor Act: This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involves risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

Media Contact:
Katrina Highsmith
404.713.0138
pr@ligatt.com

Investor Relations:

1-647-426-1640; www.minamargroup.net/helpdesk

Investor Relations Department Inquiry

www.minamargroup.net (IR)

LOCATE STOLEN OR MISSING APPLE COMPUTERS WITH LOCATEMAC

LIGATT Security International Launches LocateMac

ATLANTA, GA-March 15, 2011– LIGATT Security International (OTC:LGTT), a premier cyber security company, announced today that their flag ship product LocatePC, the most downloaded computer tracking program on the Internet, is now available for Apple’s Macintosh computers.

LocateMac will enable a person to track their stolen computer anywhere in the world. It runs unobtrusively on a computer, without any icons or pop-ups. This invisible software is designed to work on all Apple computers. LocateMac retails for $29.95 for a 1-year subscription.

LIGATT Security International creates and develops affordable products primarily for all business structures and the everyday consumer. Laptop security is an ongoing issue and LSI is dedicated to minimizing laptop and computer theft. The company has found that it is more important to an individual to be able to retrieve and protect sensitive data than for the actual retrieval of the personal computer itself.

“We have received more requests from our retailers for the Macintosh version of LocatePC,” comments Tialer Maxwell, Director of Marketing for LocatePC and LocateMac. “We expect LocateMac to surpass sales of all our other products.”

According to The New York Times, a new Intel study of laptop theft among businesses, the largest percentage of business laptops were lost when an employee was working out of the office, followed by when an employee was traveling. To add, the study has shown that about 40 percent of laptops were lost off-site, while another third were lost in transit or travel, like an airport, train station or in a taxi. Other laptop disappearances occurred in offices or without explanation.

LocateMac has all the features of LocatePC including:

  • Geolocation – LocatePC/Mac uses the most efficient and successful way to retrieve your lost or stolen computer. Using the mobile tracker and apps for the iPad and iPhone, you do not have to depend on the law enforcement during the recovery process. Receive alerts each time your computer’s IP address changes.
  • Video Snap Shot – If a person has a camera connected to their laptop, LocatePC/Mac will take snap shots every 30 seconds of the person and/or everything in the room. It will then add the pictures to the LocatePC/Mac Control Panel with a date and time stamp.
  • Key Logging – The ability to record all key strokes the thief types. For instance, if the thief logs in to their Facebook or Twitter account, you will have the ability to access their real name, username and passwords.
  • Text Message – The ability to set your computer to text message your cell phone or email you every time the computers IP Address changes.
  • Inventory – Attempting to track all the desktops, laptops, iPhones and iPads; along with current operating systems, memory, hard drive space and even their location can be difficult to say the least. LocatePC/Mac takes complete inventory of each device anywhere in the world.
  • Police/Insurance Report – If your computer is lost/stolen click 1 button and a detailed PDF report will be generated to send to the police or insurance company.
  • Unlimited Monitoring – To monitor 1, 2 or 2000 computers, you do not need multiple accounts. Monitor unlimited accounts with 1 username and password.
  • Text to Screen – The ability to send a message to your computer screen that the thief can read.
  • File Recovery – Once LocatePC/Mac is installed on the computer, set up folders you want constant access to. If your computer is stolen you can delete those specified files or feel comfortable knowing your sensitive information is protected from the thief wiping the hard drive.
  • iPad/iPhone – Stolen or Lost?? Track your computer right from your iPhone or iPad for free. Beginning April 1, 2011, track your iPad and iPhone FREE!

For more information about LocateMac visit www.Locatemac.com , or follow them on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/LocatePC. For additional information about LIGATT Security International visit www.LIGATT.com, or follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/LIGATT.

About LIGATT Security International

LSI is the nation’s premier hi-tech security company and recognized as a leader in computer security and cyber-crime investigation. It is a publicly traded company whose mission is to be the nation’s leading provider of hi-tech crime investigations, by protecting their clients against Black Hat Hacking one CPU at a time.

***This press release was done in-house by a LIGATT Security International staff member. ***

Safe Harbor Act: This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involves risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

Media Contact:
Katrina Highsmith
404.713.0138
pr@ligatt.com


LIGATT Security Appoints 2ND Former FBI Agent William Maxberry to Join Board of Directors

LSI Continues to Thrive in the Computer Security Industry

ATLANTA, GA– Feb. 22, 2011- LIGATT Security International today announced the appointment of former FBI Agent, William Maxberry, as the company’s newest chairman for LIGATT Security’s Board of Directors.

Maxberry graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. He is a former FBI agent and former supervisor/Program Manager in the CART (Computer Analysis and Response Team) unit of the FBI. Maxberry has experience implementing security programs that increased client’s awareness, decreased network exposure, and strengthened overall organization security. His outstanding leadership abilities assisted him in his role of leading and directing the field operations of all FBI forensic digital laboratories west of the Mississippi River.

“I look forward to the opportunity to assist LIGATT Security in achieving its company goals for the year 2011 and beyond,” comments Maxberry.

From 1987-1995, Maxberry worked in White Collar Crimes, on the Bank Fraud Squad, Government Contract Fraud Squad, and the FBI’s First Computer Fraud Squad. In recent years, he worked on the Technical Squad, in the Counter Intelligence Department, and in the Engineering Research Facility Laboratory Division. Gaining hands on experience developing secure network designs, systems development and full lifecycle project management, led Maxberry to develop effective policies and procedures.

“Our 2011 plan is very much in effect,” says CEO of LIGATT Security, Gregory Evans. “We are building a strong Board to assist with current projects we are working on. As we stated before, our Board will consist of former law enforcement officials, not only nationally, but also internationally. We will have former military intelligent officers coming on board with us this year, in addition to professionals in other industries including: entertainment, publishing and education. LIGATT Security’s best years are ahead.”

About LIGATT Security International

LSI is the nation’s premier hi-tech security company and recognized as a leader in computer security and cyber-crime investigation. It is a publicly traded company whose mission is to be the nation’s leading provider of hi-tech crime investigations, by protecting their clients against Black Hat Hacking one CPU at a time.

For more information about LIGATT Security International visit www. LIGATT.com.

***This press release was done in-house by a LIGATT Security International staff member. LIGATT Security International never has or will use a third party Investor Relations firms.***

Safe Harbor Act: This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involves risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

Media Contact:

Katrina Highsmith

404.713.0138

pr@ligatt.com

Response Letter to CBS’s False Report

Below is the unedited version of the letter LIGATT Security’ Public Relations Department sent over to CBS.

To Whom It May Concern:

We at LIGATT Security International are disappointed with the false accusation that CBS 46 Atlanta News Investigator Jeff Chirico is reporting about Gregory D.  Evans.  The story, “Hacker or Hoax”, being released tonight on Monday, February 14, 2011 at 11p.m seems to be bias and has know credible source for the information that is being portrayed.  On November 29, 2010, Mr. Evans appeared as a credible source to speak about online security for CBS Atlanta 46 on “Cyber Monday.” We are unclear on your reasoning to consult with a “credible source” on your news station, yet months later release a one sided story discrediting Mr. Evans on his expertise as a Cyber Security Expert.

Unbeknownst to CBS Atlanta 46, Mr. Evans has faced many challenges over the past year, mostly because he is an African American male dominating a predominantly Caucasian industry. During November 2009, an article was release on Gregory D. Evans entitled “Operation: NiggerMatrix”.  “Operation Nigger Matrix” (see attached for a copy of the full 16 pages) where they refer to Mr. Evans as a “nigger” over 40 times. They also talk about trying to ruin the reputation of Gregory Evans as well as his companies LIGATT Security and SPOOFEM.com.  The article stated a “Raid Planning” that encouraged users to:

  • Leave racist, homophobic comments on his blog
  • Leave nasty comments on his videos, since the nigger shut off his channel comments
  • Make multiple YouTube accounts and send offensive, horrible messages
  • Give his sites bad ratings with WebofTrust.
  • Ruin the reputation of Gregory Evans and his company LIGATT Security
  • Reduce share worth and share volume of LIGATT Security International Inc. to the lowest amount possible

The photograph that was shown of Mr. Gregory Evans being banned from the DC3 conference, held last month, was created by yet, another discreditable source. Additionally, Infinity Technology sponsored Mr. Evans last year to attend DC3’s conference. (Please see the attached receipt.) I have also attached a letter Mr. Evans’ lawyer sent over to the head representatives in charge of the DC3 conference. Jeff Chirico stated, “The Department of Defense wants to speak to Gregory D. Evans,” That is completely false and there is no proof of that alleged statement.

LIGATT Security International, a cyber security company who services over 20,000 customers, recently experienced a computer security breach. The same individuals who are involved in this security breach, who have been spreading negative and untruthful information via the Internet, and who came together to put CBS Atlanta 46 up to this charade, are the same individuals the FBI are investigating. To us, it seems Mr. Chirico is working with our competition and is out to destroy the reputation of Mr. Evans, the same plan “Operation Nigger Matrix” sought out to do.

The most important thing is an email we recovered and turned over to the FBI stated,  “One reason why we hacked him was because the guy at CBS news needed more.”  We turned this email over to the FBI. To discredit someone without conducting a formal interview with him to uncover the truth is vindictive and insulting. Gregory F Scott, LIGATT Security’s newest Board of Director and who has known Mr. Evans for years, is a recently retired FBI agent. Mr. Scott, who is well respected, would not be associated with Mr. Evans if he were not a creditable source. (Please see link to press release http://www.ligattsecurity.com/general/retired-fbi-agent-chairman-board-ligatt-security-international).

When Mr. Chirico ambushed Mr. Evans in a public parking lot to discuss a 6-month-old plagiarism allegation was not professional due to the fact that he didn’t have any evidence to back up his case.  Since the book release, there hasn’t been any claims or lawsuits against Mr. Evans for plagiarism so therefore you cannot support the theory of plagiarism.

As a respected news station in Atlanta, GA, it is unbelievable to us how your reporter did not validate their sources before running a story on Mr. Evans.

Mr. Evans has been conducting cyber security practices for over 20 years without any issues, has given back to communities on numerous occasions, and has received two Humanitarian Awards. Mr. Evans credentials are unlike any of his competition.  He has received letter of recommendations from numerous entities from entertainers to government agencies.  You can find these recommendations and other accomplishments on his website.

Please visit www.GregoryDEvans.com for more information.

Best regards,

LIGATT Security International

Public Relations Department

About CEO Gregory Evans

Gregory Evans is described as an “Innovator,” “Leader,” “Visionary”.  Those are just a few of the terms that describe Gregory D. Evans, and the extraordinary range of talents and expertise that distinguish this multi-faceted author and cyber-security expert.Gregory Evans is a man driven by two passions: technology and community, and he has made it his mission to use the former to serve the latter. It was this mission that led him to found LIGATT Security (LIGATTSECURITY.com) in 2004.

Mr. Evans is a man of many sides, and wears many hats. Following is a brief look at some of the roles he plays in the course of his exceptional career.

Cyber Security Entrepreneur

Providing helpful services to the public has always been at the forefront of Mr. Evans’ mind. His abiding interest in the benefits of technology also enabled him to recognize the ways in which it could be misused by dishonest people, an insight that also placed him at the forefront of the movement to establish effective means of cyber-security.

Prior to founding LIGATT, Gregory Evans formed and operated The Cyber Group Network Corporation, a publicly traded computer security company specializing in stolen computer recovery.

While at the helm of Cyber Group, Gregory Evans became the first African-American to write a computer encryption program: Password Protection Information Retrieval Technology (PPIRT), which was sold in all major computer retail stores across the United States.

PPIRT was the first security software of its kind. With its 2,048-bit encryption program and computer recovery technology, it had the ability to track stolen computers over both the Internet and landline telephones.

Since founding LIGATT, Gregory Evans has guided the company to spectacular growth. It currently has over 65 computer security experts on staff, and has conducted more security penetration tests designed to evaluate the effectiveness of businesses’ information systems defenses against intrusion by hackers than any company in the nation. Its client list includes the FBI and other government agencies, banks, and even such entertainment luminaries as Jim Carrey and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges.

Educator

As a successful businessman, Gregory Evans has learned many secrets of success, and he shares those secrets with others as a renowned business educator.

Gregory Evans has spoken and taught courses on many critical high-tech crime subjects, including Computer Crime Investigation, Identity Theft and Password Cracking and Recovery, to students and fellow professionals at dozens of community colleges, universities and government facilities, including Concordia College, Santa Monica City College, Irvine Valley College, Cal State Los Angeles and San Marcos, Pepperdine University, Anaheim City College, Rancho Santiago College, ITT in Duluth, Ga., and Los Angeles City College. Evans is the only computer security expert certified to teach Continuing Legal Education to attorneys in three states. This includes: California, Nevada, and Georgia.

Media Personality

Gregory Evans’ leadership in high-tech security has even extended to his presence in the media. Since the beginning of his career, he has been a consistent presence in broadcasting and print, informing millions of listeners, viewers and readers of ways to protect their valuable computer information against intrusion and theft.

In 2000, he produced and co-hosted Cyber Crime Radio, one of the first radio talk shows addressing high-tech crimes, on KIEV in Los Angeles, the nation’s second-largest radio market. Gregory Evans also had a daily show, “The Cyber Security Minute,” on KNX 1070, on which he advised listeners on defending themselves against high-tech crime.

Aside from his own radio shows, Gregory Evans has also been a guest on other high-profile radio outlets, including the very popular syndicated Tom Joyner and Michael Baisden shows, discussing Identity Theft.

In addition to radio,  Gregory Evans frequently appears as an authority on high-tech crime prevention on television and in print. On The History Channel’s series, “Modern Marvels,” he demonstrated the often-startling capabilities of computer surveillance and the potential for destruction at the hands of cyber-terrorists, showed how spyware works, and taught viewers how to protect their wireless networks. In addition, he served as a consultant on NBC’s highly rated Dateline series, “To Catch a Predator.”

In the first 30 days of 2009, Gregory Evans appeared twice on Fox network’s “Fox & Friends,” as well as CBS news, and the world-famous Frank Ski morning radio show on Atlanta’s v103. He was also named one of Black Enterprise magazine’s Top 20 “Masters of Innovation,” and has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines, including the LA Times, USA Today, Wells Fargo Business Journal, and JET magazine.

Author

Gregory Evans has written eight books on high-tech security issues. His first, dedicated to laptop security, was entitled, “Laptop Security Short & Simple.” He also authored the first book ever dedicated to spyware, “The Spyware Reference & Study Guide.”

Mr. Evans’ other titles include, “Memoirs of a Hi-Tech Hustler,” “The Hi-Tech Hustler Scrap Book,” “Hi-Tech Identity Theft Short and Simple,” “125 Ways to Protect Your Computer Short and Simple,” “How to become of the World’s No. 1 Hacker,” and “The Layman’s Guide to Fighting Hi-Tech Crime.” He has also written articles for Upscale and Essence magazines.

High-Tech Innovator

Gregory Evans not only writes about, but also contributes to, the state and future of high-tech security. He invented eSnitch (Electronic Snitching Device), the first wireless tracking device for computers, which makes it possible to track the position of a stolen computer anywhere in the world.

Gregory Evans also developed and introduced one of the more sensational products of recent years with SPOOFEM.COM, a product that enables a caller to post any number in the recipient’s caller ID. Since it launched in January 2007, SPOOFEM has attracted over 100,000 registered users, gaining so much popularity that Viacom network, BET, is slated to kick off a huge promotion campaign in the near future.

Recently, Evans was nominated for the 2010 TechAmerica Spirit of Endeavor Awards in the categories of Technology Innovation and Technology Entrepreneur.

Community Benefactor

As a successful African-American entrepreneur, Gregory Evans realizes he has overcome the obstacles that block many others from similar accomplishments. He believes in giving back to the community that has given so much to him, and is very much aware of his power to serve as a positive role model for young people who might otherwise gravitate toward unproductive or unlawful lifestyles. He has given away scholarships to underprivileged children, allowing them the full opportunity to attend college.

Gregory Evans is the winner of two Humanitarian Awards. In 2002 he was awarded the NAACP Humanitarian Award for his outstanding contributions to the community as well as in 2010 by the National Sales Network. In addition, Mr. Evans has provided two young women with scholarships to college because of their hard work and dedication to there education.

Gregory Evans’ passion for technology was the key that opened the doors to his success. He wants to pass that key to young people looking for their way in life, and help open their eyes to possibilities other than the popular but often unrealistic desires to become famous entertainers or athletes, by sparking a flame of interest in technology in inner city youth, so that more computer geniuses can be developed.

One outstanding example of how Gregory Evans ”walks the walk” in his efforts to serve his community is the computer giveaway program he created, in which he presents brand new laptop computers to four noteworthy students from inner-city churches and schools. In partnership with renowned bishop Noel Jones, he completed this program in Sept. 2007 at the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, California, one of the nation’s largest churches.

In 2008, the City of Compton (Calif.) Planning and Economic Development Department honored Gregory Evans for his contribution of computers to the city’s Youth Day Celebration, as part of his ongoing efforts to increase technology awareness and knowledge in low-income communities.

In 2010, Evans donated his company suite at Philips Arena, located in Atlanta, Ga., to several non-profit organizations around the city. These organizations include: The Boys and Girls Club, The Salvation Army, Serenity House of Atlanta, Project Safe, Forsyth County Youth Shelter, and Flowering Branch Child’s Shelter. In addition, he donated a shopping spree, concert tickets to the Maxwell to two homeless couples, and a limo ride to and from the concert. Evans has been generous enough to host pizza parties for the Salvation Army’s Family Division.

Trailblazer

Even after all his books, media appearances, and inventions, Gregory Evans still considers himself as being at the beginning of his task, standing on the brink of the vast, still largely unexplored frontier of technological security.

There is still much work to be done, and much to be discovered; and that is the way Gregory Evans likes it. Like those before him who set out in search of new and better solutions, Gregory Evans is a trailblazer, continuing his quest to excel and reach higher heights.

Gregory Evans’ Media & Recognition Portfolio

Publications

Television

  • Dateline NBC
  • Bloomberg News
  • BET
  • CNN
  • NBC
  • CBS
  • ABC
  • Fox Philadelphia
  • Focus Atlanta
  • History Channel Modern Marvels
  • Fox and Friends
  • Fox LA 11
  • Fox Good Day Atlanta
  • Wall Street Journal
  • The Steve Harvey Project
  • Associated Press
  • and over 20 more
Radio

  • KABC Radio (Los Angeles)
  • Tom Joyner (National)
  • Michael Baisden (National)
  • KFWB (Los Angeles)
  • WBLS Williams (New York)
  • KBOI (National)– “ComputerTalk” with Dave Mason
  • KNX Radio (Los Angeles)
  • Sai Browne Live
  • The Steve Harvey Morning Show
  • “Tech Watch Radio” with Sam Bushman and Jay Harrison
  • V103 (Atlanta) Frank & Wanda Morning Show
  • Cyber Hood Watch Radio
  • Sirius Book Radio: Cover to Cover
  • Hip Hop Connection
  • WOL-AM 1450: The Tech Talk Show
  • Virmmac.com and Stocktalk101.com
  • 100.3 The Beat (Philadelphia) – “The Morning Beat With Charlamagne”
  • and over 50 more
Books

  • Laptop Security Short & Simple
  • Memoirs of a Hi-Tech Hustler
  • Hi-Tech Hustler Scrap Book
  • Hi-Tech Identity Theft Short and Simple
  • 125 Ways to Protect Your Computer Short and Simple
  • Spyware Reference & Study Guide
  • Layman Guide To Fighting Hi-Tech Crime
  • How To Become The World’s No. 1 Hacker
Affiliations & Awards

Speaking Engagements

  • 100 Black Men’s 6th Annual Collegiate 100 Symposium
  • Global Entrepreneurship Week: Securing Your Information Panel, University of Miami
  • Delaware State University
  • Dunwoody High School
  • Communities in Schools of Atlanta
  • Florida Atlantic University
  • Resource Center for Technology Workshop
  • Atlantis University
  • 2010 Campus and Fire Safety Conference & Expo
  • University of Alabama
  • Atlanta Technical College
  • Tucker High School
  • North Clayton High School
  • McNair High School
  • Westlake High School
  • Druid Hills High School
  • ITT Technical Institute
  • University of Texas
  • Ohio State University
  • University of North Carolina
  • ECPI College of Technology
  • University of South Carolina
  • South Carolina State University
  • Chestnut Hill College
  • Midlands Technical College
  • Voorhees College
  • 2009 National Bar Association Conference
  • 2006 African American Business Summit

Computer Industry Leader Gregory D. Evans Continues to be a Powerhouse Brand

After Facing Numerous Challenges Evans Still Proves to be a Credible Source in Internet Security

ATLANTA, GA- Feb.15, 2010–President and CEO of LIGATT Security International, (OTC: LGTT) Gregory D. Evans continues to be a leading expert in the cyber security industry. According to Nelson Media Research, who analyzes the television audiences, more than 20 million people in the United States have heard Evans speak about cyber crime, as of February 2011. These figures are a low estimate, as they do not include the audiences that have heard Evans speak while on his Cyber Crime College Tour, people who have read his magazine articles, or listeners of his numerous radio appearances.

“I am extremely grateful for the media opportunities that were given to me over the last year. I am fortunate enough to educate others, and I am eager to get started on some of the new projects we have lined up.” says Evans.

Gregory Evans has received numerous endorsements from email security companies. “I cannot believe how much money people are willing to pay to put my name on their products. Only in America can someone profit off a negative thing.” comments Evans.

Evans’ expertise is frequently featured in a variety of media outlets such as, The History Channel’s “Modern Marvels”. On the program, he demonstrated the capabilities of computer surveillance and the destruction of cyber terrorism, as well as discussed how spyware works and taught viewers how to protect their wireless networks. Evans has made numerous television appearances on CNN, FOX, CBS, The Steve Harvey Project, and many more. He has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines including the Wall Street Journal, Sun Newspaper, LA Times, USA Today, Black Enterprise, Wells Fargo Business Journal, and JET magazine, to name a few. In 2010, Evans was featured in the book, Who’s Who in Black Atlanta, in addition to being awarded a Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist certificate by the Anti Terrorism Accreditation Board.

Evans continuously shares his knowledge by educating his audience at various events. He has spoken at the 2009 National Bar Association Conference in San Diego, California explaining to lawyers and law firms across the nation on how to properly protect themselves, their business and their clients’ information. Additionally, Evans has spoken at Global Entrepreneurship Week held at the University of Miami, the 6th Annual 100 Black Men Symposium, the 2010 FAA Cyber Security Seminar, the 2010 Campus and Fire Safety Conference & Expo, Resource Center for Technology Workshop, Ohio State University, Voorhees College, ITT Technical Institute, South Carolina State University, University of South Carolina, University of Dallas, University of Alabama, Florida Atlantic University, University of North Carolina, and Atlanta Technical College.

“This year we are focusing more on Gregory D. Evans, the brand, and striving to re-position Evans on an international platform,” comments Katrina Highsmith, Director of Public Relations at LIGATT Security International. “With Evans gaining international media attention, he will be able to spread computer security awareness not only throughout the nation, but world-wide.”

In December 2010, Gregory Evans received National Sales Network’s 2010 1st Humanitarian Award for his continuing involvement within the community. Evans was honored as an outstanding Humanitarian and recognized as an industry leader who positively impacted the life of others. As a community benefactor, Evans realizes he has overcome the obstacles that block many others from similar accomplishments. He is very much aware of his power to serve as a positive role model for young people who might otherwise gravitate toward unproductive or unlawful lifestyles. He has given away scholarships and laptop computers to two underprivileged young ladies, allowing them the full opportunity to attend college.

As a computer security mogul, Evans has written eight books on high-tech security issues. His first, dedicated to laptop security, was entitled, “Laptop Security Short & Simple.” He also authored the first book ever dedicated to spyware, “The Spyware Reference & Study Guide.” His current book “How to Become the World’s No. 1 Hacker Short & Simple,” is selling more than any other computer security book.

“It’s not even the end of February, and I have already accomplished nearly half of the goals that I have planned for the first quarter,” says Evans. I’m going to take the computer security industry to another level in 2011.”

For more information about Gregory D. Evans visit www.GregoryDEvans.com. For more information about LIGATT Security International visit www.LIGATT.com.

About LIGATT Security International

LSI is the nation’s premier hi-tech security company and recognized as a leader in computer security and cyber-crime investigation. It is a publicly traded company whose mission is to be the nation’s leading provider of hi-tech crime investigations, by protecting their clients against Black Hat Hacking one CPU at a time.

***This press release was done in-house by a LIGATT Security International staff member. aLIGATT Security International never has or will use a third party Investor Relations firms.***

Safe Harbor Act: This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involves risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

Media Contact:

Katrina Highsmith

404.713.0138

pr@ligatt.com