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NCAP Security Systems Name 2 Additional Board Members

Dave Carpenter, current Vice President for Global Security for PepsiCo, Inc., and Joseph Carlon, former Chief Security officer of Exxon Mobil Corporation to join board.

Press Release Source: Safe Communications, Inc. On Wednesday June 8, 2011, 8:00 am EDT

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — SAFE COMMUNICATIONS, INC, (Pink Sheets:SGTB.pkNews) announced today that the company has put two new directors on the board of directors of their NCAP Security Systems Subsidiary.  The company is planning to merge NCAP Security into the recently purchased Northsight Capital, Inc. (OTC Bulletin board:NCAP.obNews)

NCAP is currently building their management team and website, MaskMail.com, which should be launched by the end of next week. The new directors are the following.

David Carpenter is currently the Vice President for Global Security for PepsiCo, Inc.  He has the overall responsibility for the world-wide security programs of PepsiCo’s Corporate and Operating Divisions. Mr. Carpenter’s main focus and responsibilities center on issues of Crisis Management, Business Continuity Planning, as well as the protection of PepsiCo’s people, facilities, brands and reputation.

Prior to joining PepsiCo in July 2002, Mr. Carpenter was the Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C. where, among other duties, had oversight responsibilities of the bureau’s $600 million budget and was responsible for security at 270 American embassies and consulates worldwide.  During this time, Mr. Carpenter held the title of Ambassador and was the Director for the Office of Foreign Missions.

Mr. Carpenter additionally had a distinguished 26-year career with the United States Secret Service which included assignments in Phoenix, Arizona; Los Angeles, California; multiple assignments in Washington, D.C. and served as the Special Agent-in-Charge of the Presidential Protective Division under Presidents Bush and Clinton.

A member of the Senior Executive Service, Mr. Carpenter served on numerous security committees helping to improve security at other government agencies and institutions throughout the federal government.

Joseph R. Carlon: Mr. Carlon spent 16 years managing security operations in the private sector including responsibility for managing the operational security interests of Exxon Mobil Corporation. In that capacity developed and communicated strategic plans and objectives; developed, promoted, and disseminated best operating practices and coordinated security and risk management activities of a large worldwide multi-cultural staff. Prior to joining the private sector spent twenty years with the United States Secret Service. Career culminated in an assignment as Assistant Director, Protective Research. That assignment included managing the Intelligence, Technical Security, and Information Management functions. He is a long-term member, and served on the board of directors, of the International Security Management Association (ISMA).

As a founding CSO Emeritus/Faculty of the CSO Executive Council, Mr. Carlon serves as a content expert for Council product/content development.

Career Highlights

  • Senior level executive with large multinational corporation
  • Over 20 years experience in U.S. Secret Service, an integral member of Executive Staff responsible for policy formulation and program management of national and international Bureau protective services and investigative operations.
  • Extensive investigative background includes national and international expertise in terrorism, fraud, counterfeit deterrence, intelligence, and forgery.
  • Called on as expert witness before Congressional committees in both Houses to testify on a variety of subjects such as currency design, counterfeit deterrence, and credit card fraud.
  • Directed activities of up to 400 technical specialists and expert professionals to maintain security at top-level installations including the White House.
  • In 1987, conferred Presidential Rank Award as Meritorious Executive, an honor accompanied by a significant cash bonus.
  • Served as adjunct faculty member at George Washington University, teaching graduate courses in contemporary law enforcement issues, including international and transnational terrorism

Professional Experience

Manager, Security – March 1994 – December 2004

Exxon Mobil Corporation, Houston, Texas

Vice President, Internal Affairs – July 1989 – February 1994

Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation

U.S. Secret Service – January 1969 – July 1989

Assistant Director

Office of Protective Research, Washington, DC

Deputy Assistant Director

Office of Investigations

Special Agent in Charge

Counterfeit Division, National Headquarters, Washington, DC

Chuck Vance, NCAP President stated: NCAP Security Systems has put together one of the finest Boards of Directors in the security industry to insure the performance, quality, and reliability of the anonymous tip hotline, MaskMail.com.   Each of the board members brings to the table years of experience in the security field, both in the public and private sector; or, years of experience in the business arena, or both.

About Safe Communications, Inc. Safe Communications, Inc. provides open and secure family communications that are in step with today’s advances in the social media. While protecting our most precious asset, our children, our systems are designed to enhance the quality and frequency of day-to-day communications among family members and friends. Early detection devices warn parents of potential abuse and inappropriate content allowing secure, open exchange with loved ones and friends.

We allow users to experience the marvel of advanced technology without fear or danger.

Just as your child is not allowed to enjoy a ride in the car without a seat belt, Safe Communications designs products so that your children can enjoy the electronic ride without being exposed to potential harm or abuse. For more information, contact: info@safecommunications.com.

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