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Check out Sam's video for To Kill the Duke!!


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“Vicki is an outstanding professional and demonstrates a good understanding of the needs of national media. She is fair, conscientious and doesn't promise more than she can deliver to journalists.” October 3, 2008
Jeffrey Daniels, Producer CNBC

  • Drone Labs
    The FAA estimates that, by 2020, there will be some 7 million UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) in the skies. Some will be purposed malevolently, and that is why Drone Labs created its Drone Detector®. Designed to use a layered approach that combines radio frequency ID with GPS telemetry and audio (radar coming), it is the most effective method for drone detection on the market today.

  • Oncam Technologies
    Building off the success of the Oncam Grandeye 360-degree security solution is a unique platform that enables video surveillance, acquisition and tracking, and many more processes to be streamed directly via Android or iOS to the business owner/manager with one or several locations. This game-changing vision is made real in the OnVu360, a holistic way to approach management, and one that pays big dividends. Total situational awareness isn't only for security. 

  • Bosch Security, U.S.
    The Bosch Group comprises Robert Bosch GmbH and its roughly 350 subsidiaries and regtional companies in 60 countries. Bosch is an R&D leader, having spend some 4.2 billion euros for research and development in 2011, and applied for more than 4,100 patents worldwide. Bosch US is big in the security market, but it is a wide-ranging firm with everything from gardening tools to biometric solutions and security systems of all types.

  • Sam Moffie, author
    Sam Moffie is resides in Youngstown, Ohio. He has self-published four books to critical acclaim, and counts his readers in thousands. As Sam puts it: He takes the rust out of the Rust Belt! Besides writing, he owns and operates two bars in Youngstown, so when he's not writing or dabbling in local politics, Sam has a lot of fun with his children, grandchild and dogs. When all else fails, there is, thankfully, his lovely wife Juliette! .

    All Sam's books are award winners, and he's just finished his fifth -- To Kill the Duke --  which showcases the elite Russian spy squad of Mr. Zavert, Boris Gila, Alexei Aleksandra and Ivan Viznapu as they launch a dangerous and hysterical mission that brings  them into contact with the gangsters Mickey Cohen and Johnny Stompanato, the billionaire Howard Hughes, Dick Powell -- the producer/director of one of the worst movies ever made ("The Conqueror) -- the actress Susan Hayward, and of course the big man himself--John Wayne. Visit www.tokilltheduke.com for a taste of Sam's brew.
  • ICx Technologies (now a part of FLIR) 
    ICx Technologies is a leader in the development and integration of advanced sensor technologies for homeland security, force protection and commercial applications. Its proprietary sensors detect and identify chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive threats, and deliver superior awareness and actionable intelligence for wide-area surveillance, intrusion detection and facility security. ICx also leverages its unparalleled technical expertise and government R&D funding to address othere emerging challenges, such as working towards a cleaner environment, alternative energy and life science. For more information, visit www.icxt.com.

  •  Homeland Security & Defense Business Council
    The Homeland Security & Defense Business Council (HSDBC), is the leading forum for senior executives from the private sector to substantively interact and network with their public-sector counterparts. HSDBC ensures that the private sector, which protects roughly 95% of the critical infrastructure of this country, is represented on homeland-security legislative, regulatory and free-market initiatives. It is a not-for-profit, non-partisan organization that represents the leading companies currently providing products, services and technology solutions to the homeland security market throughout the U.S. and worldwide. For more information, and to read the security monographs, please go to www.homelandcouncil.org.

  • Development Gateway Foundation
    The Development Gateway Foundation (DGF) is an international nonprofit organization with the mission to reduce poverty and enable change in developing nations through information technology. The DGF concept and several of its programs originated within the World Bank. The programs were then merged into an independent foundation, supported by government donors as well as private sector pioneers who recognized the high potential of ICT to increase the impact of scarce development resources. 

    To meet its mission, DGF provides Web-based platforms that make aid and development efforts more effective around the world. DG focuses its resources in three areas where even small investments in information and communications technology (ICT) can make a major difference:

      • Effective government – enabling better aid management and coordination, and more efficient and transparent government procurement.
      • Knowledge sharing and collaboration – leveraging the Internet for online communications among development practitioners worldwide. 
      • Local partner programs in nearly 50 countries – connecting developing country organizations into the DG mission and helping empower them to use ICT to scale up local development efforts.
  • Marshall Young, Chief Executive Officer, Paratus Worldwide Protection

    Marshall Young, a decorated U.S. Navy veteran, is the founder and CEO of Paratus Worldwide Protection. Mr. Young has 15 years of security experience, including military experience in both the Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He has operated in Iraq for nearly four continuous years, beginning with the Joint Task Force-7 Anti-Terrorism Cell, located in Baghdad. Mr. Young has completed hundreds of security missions on behalf of the United States government and private sector clients. His knowledge of military security issues and fluency in Arabic make him an expert in Islamic militant movements by allowing him to conduct investigations of suspected and known militants directly.

    In Iraq, Mr. Young's private-client experience includes:

    • Site surveys
    • Secure compound planning and construction
    • VIP close protection
    • Convoy security, usually combined with improvised explosive device (IED) detection
    • Explosive ordinance disposal coordination and the emergency evacuation of clients when necessary.

    Young was responsible for a comprehensive overhaul of the security infrastructure of the Khanzad Hotel (Erbil, Iraq), which allowed it to then be upgraded to an officially approved remote and secure location for members of the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Justice and other U.S. government agencies.

    In support of military clients, Mr. Young has captured several suspected insurgents, provided rescue and assistance missions for U.S. military patrols in volatile cities and he has personally protected the U.S. Secretary of the Air Force, the Secretary of Defense, contractors for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), oil industry executives and various Iraqi dignitaries, including both the President and Prime Minister of Iraqi Kurdistan. He has also been specifically selected to secure insurgent-targeted buildings in Mosul, Baghdad and at the U.S. Marine Corps' forward-operating locations in Fallujah and surrounding areas.

  • Xelocity™
    Xelocity, based in Overland Park, Kansas, has deep expertise in supply-chain consulting work across several vertical markets—dairy, forestry and building products, CPG, telecommunications, manufacturing and distribution. Clients using Xelocity’s ProcessWizard™ application include DHL, McCormick, Kohler and Boeing, among others, and the software is used in Supply-Chain Council’s SCOR Implementation coursework. Globally, Xelocity has a team of 200 consultants and specializes in the following areas:

    • Supply Chain Optimisation (strategic, tactical and operational)
    • Production Scheduling
    • Demand Forecasting
    • Logistics Planning
    • Distribution and Transport Scheduling
    • Inventory Optimisation
    • Financial Modelling
    • Risk Management

    Xelocity is also teamed up with “futures designer” Mike McAllum and his Global Foresight Network, to provide sustainable design for its clients. McAllum is a globally recognized expert on global warming and how to combat it – smarter design and smarter technology.  If you cover any aspect of the “green world,” I highly recommend you talk with him.  For more information, please visit
    www.xelocity.com or call Vicki directly.


    Mightyscribe has also consulted with the following groups, and is in tune with their media landscape:

    International Cargo Security Council (cargo security)
    Disaster Recovery Institute (DRII)
    National Association of Security Companies (NASCO, which represents security officers)
    Supply-Chain Council (supply chain methodology and security)
    The Bordes Group (security in design)
            BRS Labs (IR cameras for security purposes)




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