Former FBI Associate Deputy Director Oliver ‘Buck’ Revell, Noted Homeland Security Advisor, Appointed to SuperCom Advisory Board
MCLEAN, Va. and QADIMA, Israel, April 16–SuperCom, Ltd. (OTC Bulletin Board: SPCBF; Euronext: SUP), a provider of Incident Management and active RFID solutions, today announced that Oliver “Buck” Revell, former Associate Deputy Director in charge of Criminal Investigations, Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Intelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and one of the world’s most recognized experts in the fight against terrorism, has joined its Advisory Board. Led by former Central Intelligence Agency Director R. James Woolsey, SuperCom’s Advisory Board was created to assist SuperCom in broadening its presence in the government, military, and law enforcement sectors and to identify the most innovative technology practices and the core technology needs of the homeland security and related markets.
“I am very impressed with SuperCom’s superb IRMS/First Responder system, which is uniquely suited to the inter-operational needs of government agencies in the field,” said Oliver Revell. “I welcome the opportunity to introduce these systems to municipalities throughout the U.S., encouraging them to follow the examples set by Los Angeles, Columbus and several large counties in standardizing on SuperCom to help them comply with Homeland Security directives. In parallel, I look forward to helping SuperCom further develop its technologies in line with market needs.”
Eyal Tuchman, Chief Executive Officer of SuperCom, Ltd., commented: “We are honored that Oliver Revell has joined the SuperCom Advisory Board and look forward to benefiting from his unsurpassed incident management experience and extensive contact networks throughout the Homeland Security and defense establishments. We believe that Mr. Revell’s vast experience in Law Enforcement and Homeland Security will provide valuable guidance and assistance that can allow SuperCom to expand its role as a market leader in its target markets.”
Oliver “Buck” Revell
Mr. Revell is President of Revell Group International (RGI), a global business and security consulting firm comprised primarily of former senior FBI, law enforcement, security service, intelligence, diplomatic and military officials with a broad range of experience.
Mr. Revell served for 30 years as a Special Agent and Senior Executive of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1964-1994), and from 1985 to 1991 as Associate Deputy Director (SES-6), where he was in charge of the Investigative, Counter-Intelligence, Counter-Terrorism and International programs of the Bureau. In September 1987, he was placed in charge of a joint FBI/CIA/U.S. military operation (Operation Goldenrod) that led to the first overseas apprehension of an international terrorist, a role for which he was commended by President Ronald Reagan. Mr. Revell retired from the FBI in 1994 as an Associate Deputy Director.
From 1999 to 2003, Mr. Revell was President of the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN), a nationwide information, education news and training satellite system for law enforcement. He is past Chairman of the Greater Dallas Crime Commission and is currently President of the Institute for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence in Washington, D.C. Mr. Revell is a member of the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) at the U.S. State Department; and the Steering Committee, Trans-National Threat Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He is also a member of CSIS’s Private Sector Advisory Group (PSAG) for the Department of Homeland Security and was the founding Chairman of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Committee on Terrorism. Revell is a respected commentator on national and international television networks on the subjects of terrorism, national security and criminal justice.
SuperCom provides innovative incident management and active RFID solutions to the public safety, commercial and government sectors. SuperCom’s Incident Response Management System (IRMS) is the industry’s most comprehensive mobile credentialing and access control system, as required by Homeland Security and other initiatives. Active RFID is a complete, cost-effective solution for the continuous tracking of individuals and assets. For more information, visit the Company’s websites at http://www.supercomgroup.com, http://www.supercom-inc.com and http://www.pure-rf.com.
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