Companies forge security training pact

Security Solutions International and Cyber Operations Inc. launched an alliance where the two companies will jointly develop and market security training programs and consulting services on homeland security for corporate and government entities.

Together, SSI and Cyber Operations will engineer SSI's homeland security training assets to create a "Homeland Security Best Practices" digital media content library. The content for the training programs will be managed and delivered to customers on a secure private network using Cyber Operations' digital network solution, CyberDAN.

The team will also provide consulting services for physical and virtual security programs in access control, network security, information protection and first responder training.

"At SSI, we have trained over 400 federal, state and local agencies based on global best practices for security and counter-intelligence processes," said Henry Morgenstern, SSI's president.

Security Solutions International is based in Miami, and Cyber Operations is located in Pelham, Ala.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.

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