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12th August 2010, 03:54 AM
ICTS International N.V. was founded in 1982 by a select group of security experts . The company's goal was to develop and implement pioneering aviation security concepts and systems, with particular emphasis on high-risk environments.

In the ensuing years, ICTS International N.V. spearheaded the development of innovative aviation security concepts and solutions, which were adopted by regulators in the US, Europe and other countries as the industry standard. To complement its solutions the company also developed over 45 modular aviation security training programs, which are continuously being updated to ensure that they cover all relevant material in view of new regulations, current threats and anticipated risks. ICTS International N.V. quickly established its position as a world leader in the provision of security consulting and personnel services to the aviation industry and its client base includes all major US and numerous other airlines.

Throughout the years, ICTS International N.V. has continuously maintained close working relationships with regulators in the USA, Europe and additional countries around the globe. The company's experts are regularly invited to participate in international conferences and various governmental and private forums dealing with transportation security.

ICTS International N.V. subsequently branched out into various general security fields, building on its extensive expertise and experience in aviation security, modifying its unique security concepts and solutions to meet the specific needs of other industries as the banking industry.

Starting on 1996 ICTS has been traded in the U.S stock market (symbol: ICTSF.OB).

In 1998, ICTS International N.V. made a strategic decision to focus on the US market. The following year, it acquired Huntleigh USA Corp. (www.huntleighusa.com). Huntleigh provides proffesional security, skycap,agent and special service personnel for American and international carriers in 33 locations through the US.

In 2001, ICTS International N.V. sold its European division to Fraport AG. Within the framework of the agreement, Fraport was permitted to name the purchased division 'ICTS Europe'. We hereby emphasize that ICTS Europe is not a member of the ICTS International N.V. Group, but an entirely different entity, and that from the completion of the sale transaction, the two companies do not maintain any further business relations. Furthermore, the proprietary, leading edge technologies and security concepts developed by ICTS International N.V. remain under its sole ownership.

Also within the framework of the sales agreement, ICTS International N.V. agreed to suspend its activities in Europe (with the exception of the Netherlands and Russia) for a period of 3 years, which ended on February 2, 2005.

In preparation for its re-entry into the aviation security market in Europe and its expansion to additional locations, ICTS International N.V. has established a new, fully-owned subsidiary, I-SEC (International Security – www.international-sec.com). The broad know-how and international operational experience accumulated by ICTS International N.V. in the field of aviation security since its founding in 1982, as well as the core of its dedicated, highly skilled professional managerial staff, has been transferred to I-SEC.

Following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, ICTS International N.V. stepped up its activities in the development of advanced technological security systems for the homeland security market in general and the transportation and banking industry in particular. Within the framework of its technological company, I-SEC Technologies B.V., it has since developed and introduced advanced, innovative technological solutions, which have proven their effectiveness on several continents

On the basis on the broad know-how and experience accumulated by ICTS International N.V. over more than two decades, in passenger processing and cargo screening, among others; on its close working relationships with regulators and large operators in various countries; and on its capabilities in the development of unique technological solutions, ICTS International N.V. made a strategic decision to expand its activities in related fields (border control / immigration, banking, etc.).

In order to implement this decision, the ICTS International N.V. Group recently completed a restructuring process that touched on strategic issues, manpower, management and additional areas. The ICTS International N.V. management team that founded the company and built it to become a recognized world leader in aviation security was replaced with a younger generation of managers. Most members of the new management team have risen through the ranks at ICTS International N.V., and have been supplemented by highly skilled executives who have joined the company. This new management team has taken the lead, and is now steering the ICTS International N.V. Group towards regaining a leading position in aviation security in Europe and worldwide, and establishing it as an industry leader in its new areas of activity, with the goal of attaining new heights of professionalism and performance.

The ICTS International N.V. Group is thus in an ideal position to provide unique customized solutions, combining the strengths and capabilities of all its subsidiaries, and building on longstanding expertise and international operational experience in security. All ICTS International N.V. solutions fully comply with international and local regulator requirements, as well as with the strictest privacy and confidentiality standards.


12th August 2010, 03:57 AM
Odigo says workers were warned of attack
Odigo, the instant messaging service, says that two of its workers received messages two hours before the Twin Towers attack on September 11 predicting the attack would happen, and the company has been cooperating with Israeli and American law enforcement, including the FBI, in trying to find the original sender of the message predicting the attack.

Odigo, the instant messaging service, says that two of its workers received messages two hours before the Twin Towers attack on September 11 predicting the attack would happen, and the company has been cooperating with Israeli and American law enforcement, including the FBI, in trying to find the original sender of the message predicting the attack.

Micha Macover, CEO of the company, said the two workers received the messages and immediately after the terror attack informed the company's management, which immediately contacted the Israeli security services, which brought in the FBI.

On Sep 10, 2001, the Tokyo branch of Goldman Sachs warned its American employees to steer clear of American buildings.

Israeli ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Forewarned

- ZIM, an Israeli company, vacated its office(10,000 square feet) in the North WTC tower a week before 9/11, breaking its lease. 49% of this company is owned by the Israeli government. The lease ran till the end of 2001, and the company lost $50,000 by breaking the lease. Later, FBI agent Michael Dick, [url=http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=3655=who was investigating Israeli spying before and after 9/11[/url] and looking into the suspicious move, was removed from his duties by the head of the Justice Department’s criminal division, Michael Chertoff.

According to a non-official cover or N.O.C. CIA source who worked closely with Dick, the Israeli movers moved in explosives when ZIM moved out.

With ZIM Israel bailing out just in time, this left one Israeli company, Clearforest, with 19 employees, in the WTC on 9/11. Of the five employees in the building all managed to escape