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NC4 Teams with CyberTech, Further Expanding Global Footprint

NC4 finalizes alliance with CyberTech, India's Global Leader in GIS-based Public Safety Solutions

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NC4 Inc., a leader in revolutionizing safety and security, has teamed with CyberTech Systems and Software, a global leader in GIS-based Public Safety Solutions to bring NC4's world-class Safety and Security Solutions to Indian organizations. A key component of the alliance is the opening of the 24x7 CyberTech International Monitoring Center (CIMC) in Thane, India. Utilizing NC4 world-class technology and processes, the CIMC will focus on gathering information and intelligence on all-hazards incidents throughout India. Also cogent to this alliance is CyberTech's reselling NC4 risk mitigation solutions to the India market.

In the wake of increasing threats such as terrorism and natural disasters across the Indian subcontinent, corporate security responsibilities have grown beyond basic damage management services to also include effective and predictive risk mitigation and damage minimization strategies. This alliance serves to expand CyberTech's ability to provide public and private organizations in India with the best tools and techniques to ensure business continuity while safeguarding assets and employees, while expanding NC4's intelligence gathering capabilities in India.

"We are excited to team with NC4," remarked Steven Jeske, Executive Vice President at CyberTech. "We have solved complex organizational and safety challenges for public and private organizations, and with the launch of the CyberTech International Monitoring Center in India and offering NC4's Global Risk Center Solutions in the India market, we will be able to extend advanced risk management solutions to the Indian market to revolutionize how Indian businesses collect, manage and disseminate risk-related information."

"NC4 has experienced tremendous global expansion over the past six years," said NC4 President and CEO, Jim Montagnino. "Teaming with CyberTech will enable us to bring our safety and security solutions to an even larger market, while expanding our capacity in gathering timely, relevant intelligence that will benefit our customers."

About NC4

NC4 provides revolutionary safety and security solutions that empower government and business with accurate, timely and secure information. NC4 solutions are used in the public sector by, federal, state and local agencies in both emergency management and law enforcement disciplines, and in the private sector by companies involved in financial services, high-tech, insurance, manufacturing, aerospace and defense, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, as well as several other industries. NC4 takes a comprehensive and integrated approach to safety and security by providing: relevant global security and travel intelligence, analysis, traveler tracking, and real-time threat alerting to mitigate risks; a common operating picture for fighting crime and managing emergencies; and a platform for secure communication and collaboration. For information about NC4, visit www.NC4worldwide.com or call toll-free, 1-877-624-4999.

About CyberTech

CyberTech has been a global leader in GIS-based Government Services and Public Safety Solutions for more than ten years. With a pan India presence, the company offers the best and most dependable security solutions that address the challenges of security organizations across India. CyberTech has delivered measurable benefits for organizations across the country, including government, corporate, healthcare, police, seaport security, railways, fire control and rescue, and national asset protection. To learn more about CyberTech, please visit www.cybertech.com or call +91-22-2580-9362.

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