SSC Inc. Hires New Manager of Investigations

Shelton, Conn. May 3, 2007 -- SSC, Inc. (SSC), the leader in security for the tri-state (NY, NJ, CT) region, today announced the appointment of Paul Krupinski as Manager of Investigations. The appointment is effective immediately. Krupinski, who has over 20 years of experience, will be responsible for field operations.

"We are pleased to welcome an expert of Mr. Krupinski's caliber to our team," said SSC President Michael G. Burbage, CPP. "His years of investigative experience as a law enforcement professional will prove extremely helpful as we expand and deliver our full range of professional investigative services," said David A. Linsky, SSC Chief Executive Officer.

Since 2001, Krupinski has held several positions in security and loss prevention, including operations manager and general manager for companies like AlliedBarton, Wackenhut and Staples. Krupinski retired from the Farmington Police Department in 2001, receiving a Distinguished Service Award from the Town of Farmington and a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. During his years as an officer, he focused extensively on fraud and employee investigations in retail settings. In 2000, Krupinski was instrumental in the passing of a Connecticut state law, making it illegal to possess a shoplifting device.

Krupinski is a member of ASIS (American Society Industrial Security) and ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners). He is currently pursuing certification through ASIS as a Professional Certified Investigator (PCI).

SSC, the leader in security in the tri-state area, provides a full range of security solutions using a unique multi-disciplinary approach. Its services include uniformed security, computer forensics, security consulting/vulnerability assessment, security systems integration, professional investigations, security training, computer and network security and risk consulting. Found in 1975 as Security Services of Connecticut, Inc., the company is privately-owned. More information can be found at www.sscinvestigations.com.

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