Homeland Security Corporation appoints Dore Perler president

May 9, 2013 - 

The Homeland Security Corporation has appointed Dore Perler as the company’s new president in charge of the day-to-day operations.

With past experience in biometrics and access control in the public and private sectors, the company says Perler brings over twenty years of industry experience and contacts to the company.

“It’s one of my primary goals to take the company through the required steps and become compliant with regulatory bodies and become a fully reporting and funded entity,” Perler said. “In parallel we are rebranding the company with a new website, new corporate identity and new plan to become a competitor in the security sector.”

Not to be confused with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Corporation is a separate entity in the private sector. According to the company’s website, it is a “consultant and implementer of security driven technologies to meet client or regulatory needs.”

In March, the company announced a joint venture with Sense Technologies for the development, sale and support of additional identification methods, including biometric and access control to Homeland Security’s existing product line.

According to the company, Perler will execute the new business strategy which includes building upon the security solutions division and the recently announced expansion in the Marijuana (both Medical Marijuana-MMJ and Marijuana-MJ) marketplace providing services ranging from legal and regulatory compliance to security surveillance.

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