Allied Security Innovations Adds Certified, Tamper-Evident, Anti-Spin Bolt Seal to...

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Allied Security Innovations Adds Certified, Tamper-Evident, Anti-Spin Bolt
Seal to Homeland Security Product Line


FARMINGDALE, N.J., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Allied Security
Innovations, Inc. (ASI) (OTC Bulletin Board: ADSV), manufacturers of tamper
evident security products, announces that it will offer the Sealock ROTOBLOC
Bolt Seal, with anti-spin technology, as part of the truck and container
security product line carried by its wholly owned subsidiary, CGM-Applied
Security Technologies, Inc. (CGM-AST)

"We are pleased that Sealock has selected CGM-AST to carry the ROTOBLOC. Our
clients are adopting the US Customs Border Protection (CBP) requirements for
container seals that are ISO/PAS 17712 certified, as well as the C-TPAT
(Customs-Trade Partners Against Terrorism) ACT which requires that all
containers coming in to the US be secured with a certified Bolt Seal.  The
Sealock relationship helps us to provide our growing client base with the most
technologically advanced and innovative tamper-evident seal products for their
needs," states Anthony Shupin, ASI CEO and President of CGM-AST.

Mr. Ray Fernandez, Vice President for Sealock Security Systems, Inc.,
commented, "We believe our High Security Seals are a perfect addition to the
CGM-AST product line.  The millions of containers coming in to the US all
require these seals, and CGM-AST has the sales force and expertise to allow us
to capture a large share of that market."

For more information on the ROTOBLOC and other CBP and C-TPAT certified seals,
please contact Gina Levinson Uzzolino, CGM-AST Director for International
Business Development (glevinson@cgm-ast.com).

About Allied Security Innovations Inc.
Allied Security Innovations, Inc, (ASI) provides homeland security products
and proprietary criminal justice software to over 3,000 clients worldwide. It
is composed of the original DDSI Company, a public company since 1995, and its
wholly owned subsidiary, CGM-Applied Security Technologies, Inc., (established
in 1978).   With manufacturing in Staten Island, NY, ASI is a leading
manufacturer and distributor of Homeland Security products, including
indicative and barrier security seals, security tapes and related packaging
security systems, protective security products for palletized cargo, physical
security systems for tractors, trailers and containers, as well as a number of
highly specialized authentication products.

About Sealock Security Systems, Inc.
Sealock Security Systems, Inc. was established in 1996 with the purpose of
developing and designing new and innovative tamper-indicative devices to
better enhance the overall physical security of ocean containers and swing
door trailers that are widely used in today's transportation marketplace.  It
is based in Miami, Florida.

Allied Security Innovations. Inc. is a fully reporting company whose stock
trades on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol "ADSV". For information
contact Investor Relations 1-800-899-2246 or www.cgm-ast.com . 

This Press Release contains or incorporates by reference "forward looking
statements including certain information with respect to plans and strategies
of Allied Security Innovations, Inc."  For this purpose, any statements
contained herein or incorporated herein by references that are not statements
of historical fact may be deemed forward looking statements.  Without limiting
the foregoing, the words "believes," "suggests," "anticipates," "plans,"
"expects," and similar expressions are intended to identify forward looking
statements.  There are a number of events or actual results of Allied Security
Innovations, Inc. operations that could differ materially from those indicated
by such forward looking statements.

SOURCE  Allied Security Innovations, Inc.

Mr. Michael Pellegrino of Allied Security Innovations, Inc., +1-732-751-1115,
mpellegrino@cgm-ast.com
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