Securityhunter, located in Baltimore, has formed a strategic alliance with Tactical Operations Support Services (TOSS). This alliance allows both companies to broaden federal client relationships that will have global impact in the federal space and beyond.

“Tactical Operations Support Services have an outstanding reputation in the community, and we look forward to doing great things together to help secure our nation,” said Michael S. Rogers, founder and CEO of Securityhunter.

Ross Nelson, executive director at Securityhunter, added, “There’s an exciting synergy here that is really hard to ignore. We find in Tactical Operations Support Services a group of professionals that have the inherent patriotism and vigor to match our own. This will be a very productive alliance.”

TOSS was established by former FBI special agent management personnel in 2004. As members of the bureau's elite Tactical Operations Support Center, the founders focused on national-level covert operations for criminal, intelligence and terrorist investigations in the U.S. and overseas. They have augmented this investigational expertise with academic rigor, ensuring that TOSS training is designed for learning effectiveness. TOSS management has significant experience in domestic and international organized crime enterprises; weapons of mass destruction interdiction and offensive operations; personal and operational security, force protection and corporate security, and DoD Special Operations.

“Our strategic alliance with Securityhunter will be a game changer that allows improved service to our clients,” said TOSS Program Manager for Special Operations Training and Support Frank Bosia. “TOSS now has the ability to scale to any government or private sector opportunity with a very low risk to the client.”

Dr. Michael T. Uttaro, developer for TOSS curriculum, added, “Having Securityhunter at our side, TOSS is well positioned to advance our tactical and operational training curriculum by focusing not only on legacy to present security systems, but advance our training models to include security platforms of the future that are currently under development.”