Homeland Security Capital Corporation (OTCBB: HOMS), an international provider of specialized technology-based radiological, nuclear, environmental, disaster relief, electronic security solutions and real estate services to government and commercial customers, is proud to announce that the Depository Trust Company (DTC) has approved HOMS securities for Deposit/Withdrawal at Custodian (DWAC) and Fast Automated Transfer Program (FAST) transfer through the Company’s transfer agent, Worldwide Stock Transfer, LLC. C. Thomas McMillen, HOMS Chairman and CEO, stated, “This action will provide our shareholders with greater liquidity and new efficiencies in the trading of our stock.” HOMS filed an application with the DTC on July 20, 2011 and received approval as of July 29, 2011. With this new stock transfer capability, shareholders can now instantly transfer their stock electronically after buying or selling on the open market without the extra expense and delay made necessary by the physical transfer of certificates. Additional benefits of becoming DWAC/FAST approved include reducing the time from weeks to hours for stock deposits and withdrawals into brokerage accounts while eliminating the risk associated with the loss and replacement of stock certificates. About Homeland Security Capital Corporation Homeland Security Capital Corporation (HOMS) is a company engaged in the strategic acquisition, development, and consolidation of homeland security-related and real estate services businesses. The company is focused on creating long-term value by taking controlling interest and developing its subsidiary companies through superior operations and management. Former Maryland Congressman C. Thomas McMillen, who served three consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from the 4th Congressional District of Maryland, heads the company. HOMS operates businesses that provide homeland security products and services solutions and real estate services, growing organically and by acquisitions. The company is targeting emerging companies that are generating revenues but face challenges in scaling their businesses to capitalize on homeland security opportunities.
Homeland Security Capital Corporation’s portfolio of companies include:Safety and Ecology Corporation (SEC) is a rapidly growing environmental services company specializing in the removal and remediation of hazardous nuclear materials, and advanced environmental services for federal and commercial clients. For more information on SEC, visit www.sec-tn.com. Nexus Technologies Group, a mid-Atlantic security integrator for the corporate and governmental security markets that specializes in non-proprietary integrated security solutions including access control, alarm, video, communication, perimeter protection and bomb and metal detection security systems. For more information about Nexus, visit www.nexusna.com. Polimatrix, Inc., a system integrator and total solutions provider delivering advanced radiation and nuclear protection and detection services. The company has been operating since September 2006 as a joint venture between HOMS and Polimaster, Inc. For more information about Polimatrix, visit www.polimatrix.com. Fiducia Real Estate Services, Inc., a provider of comprehensive title and escrow services for mortgage origination refinance, reverse mortgage, real estate owned, deed-in-lieu transactions, and real estate-owned liquidation services to institutional REO customers. These services are provided by wholly owned subsidiaries Timios, Inc. and Default Services USA, Inc. For more information about Homeland Security Capital Corporation, visit www.hscapcorp.com. Forward-Looking Statement This release includes certain statements that may be deemed to be “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future activities, performance, events or developments, are forward-looking statements. Although HOMS believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance, and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements.