Computer Hackers Get Their Own Reality TV Show

LIGATT Security International's President and CEO Turns Internet Controversy into Profit

Jan 31, 2011, 11:30 ET from LIGATT Security International

ATLANTA, Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- LIGATT Security International, (Pink Sheets: LGTT) a premier cyber security company, employees agree to their own reality show based in the Atlanta and Los Angles offices. This will be the first Cyber Security Company reality show in the history of television. CEO Gregory Evans will not be the main focus of the weekly docu-series; however he will be sharing the spotlight with his team of hackers, his PR and Marketing team, vendors, customers, some of his legal team and office management who help him run his businesses.

"My office has more excitement than you could ever imagine," says Evans. "In this day and age of reality show mania, it is not about the 15 minutes of fame, it's more about being able to build your brand and get paid for it. Our audience will be able to view our products from the developmental stages, to shipping to the retail stores, to the customers' satisfaction of our products."

Although LIGATT Security employees have talked about a reality show for years, it did not become a reality until June of last year after Evans released his latest book, "How To Become The World's No. 1 Hacker." With a number of people who had never read the book, but posted negative comments on blog sites, the company was contacted by a Hollywood figure. Controversy about the book is what led to the beginning of a website called "The Cyber Wars." The site was created to display not only Gregory Evans' side, but also give the bashers a chance to explain theirs.

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