TerrorMate Wins ASTORS Homeland Security Award for Best Mobile App

TerrorMate Wins ASTORS Homeland Security Award for Best Mobile App

Press Release Nov 17, 2017

NEW YORK, N.Y., November 15, 2017—TerrorTech LLC’s proprietary mobile application TerrorMate today scooped the Best Mobile Technology Product award in the Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Emergency Services category at the 2017 ASTORS Homeland Security Awards, presented at the Javits Center in New York City.

TerrorMate is a structured mobile real-time intelligence system that delivers accurate terror alerts and safety recommendations within two minutes of a terror attack or a terror alert. The app also serves as a comprehensive crisis communication and mass notification solution that unifies all channels, supporting communication and collaboration during critical events and ensuring that users are fully informed and as safe as possible at all times.

American Security Today’s (AST) comprehensive Homeland Security Awards Program (ASTORS) honors the most distinguished vendors of physical, IT, port security, law enforcement, and first responder applications to acknowledge outstanding efforts to “Keep our Nation Secure, One City at a Time.”

“This award marks an exciting milestone for our team, and we are extremely proud of the growing success of our app,” says Barry Oberholzer, TerrorMate founder. “As the world’s risk posture becomes more unstable and unpredictable, there is an urgent need to rapidly push verified and reliable information to impacted parties during a critical event so they can take effective action. TerrorMate fills this need.”

“Our app helps people, businesses, and organizations manage risk,” Oberholzer adds. “Most of all, it can save lives.”

Michael Madsen, AST Publisher, commented, “Our nation continues to face mounting domestic and international risks. These uncertain times call for innovative homeland security solutions to mitigate threats and enhance resilience. TerrorTech has developed something unique with their TerrorMate app, and we congratulate them for a well-deserved win in a very competitive market space. ”

TerrorMate can be downloaded for free from:

The iTunes app store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/terrormate/id1220222412?mt=8

The Google Play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.terrormate&hl=en

(BlackBerry users: The app is free at Google Play Store, which must be downloaded before TerrorMate can be downloaded.)

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