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Former NYPD Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik Joins Advisory Board of DWS Defense Systems
Hauppauge, NY - Monday November 3, 10:45 am ET

DWS Defense Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of DataWorld Solutions, Inc. (PinkSheets: DWLD - News) is proud to announce that former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard B. Kerik, CEO of Giuliani-Kerik LLC, NYC, has joined their advisory board. In his position as advisor to DWS Defense Systems, Mr. Kerik will help guide DWS in responding to the post 9/11 security and defense needs in today's world.

"We are proud and honored to have Mr. Kerik join us and believe his expertise and world-renowned experience in counter-terrorism and the security marketplace will enhance DWS Defense Systems emergence in the security arena," says CEO Daniel McPhee.

Mr. Kerik, who recently returned from Iraq and was responsible for the reconstitution of the Iraqi Ministry of Interior said, "I look forward to working with DWS, a company that is focusing on the security needs of the international community, government and corporate America."

DWS Defense Systems was created in response to the growing security concerns expressed by the clients of DataWorld. In reaction to acts of domestic and international terrorism, businesses are searching for better ways to protect their buildings, and more importantly, to better protect the people who work in or visit these locations. DWS will offer one such solution - high quality, state of the art security glass and the associated security system - that will have numerous potential applications. Glass currently used in many buildings may potentially cause significant injury if shattered. The DWS solution can minimize this problem and provide greater security to the building's occupants. The in-house architect and engineering team at DWS, who have over 80 years of combined experience in the security and defense field, will be able to assess and customize a turnkey security solution for any type or size of business. DWS Defense Systems and its highly skilled team will design, develop, install and market specialty products and equipment for the security needs of domestic and international businesses. The company is already in negotiations with a number of Fortune 1000 companies to provide security solutions that will be tailor made to suit each company's particular needs.

About DataWorld Solutions

DataWorld Solutions, Inc. is a multi-regional manufacturer of electronic cable assemblies used in providing connectivity solutions, which includes systems integration, for customers operating a wide range of data systems. This includes linking or connecting standard or proprietary electronic devices and peripheral components from different vendors to provide solutions for various customer requirements. DataWorld adds value by providing connectivity solutions, which may include distributed sales for passive components such as electronic connectors, electronic wire and cable, cabinets and racks and patch panels, and active components including hubs, bridges, routers, gateways and modem.

DataWorld is working with DuPont Fluoroproducts to create market awareness of, and grow, a new category of fire safety data-communications cables. These cables, called Limited Combustible, are insulated and jacketed with DuPont TM TeflonĀ® and are designed to fight fire risk and hazards. In a fire, the low flame and low smoke properties of Limited Combustible cables made with TeflonĀ®, offer a new, high level of protection for people, property and business-critical IT systems equipment.

Except for historical matter, the matters in this press release are forward-looking statements and are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The forward-looking statements reflect assumptions, and involve risks and uncertainties, which might affect DataWorld's business and prospects and cause actual results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements, which are detailed in DataWorld's public filings with the SEC.

About Bernard B. Kerik

Mr. Kerik most recently served as Iraq's interim Minister of Interior and Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Presidential Envoy and Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority for Iraq. Arriving in Baghdad just days after coalition forces invaded the city, Mr. Kerik was responsible for the reconstitution and development of Iraq's 120,000 member interior ministry including police, border enforcement and emergency management services. He formerly served as the 40th Police Commissioner of the City of New York, appointed by Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani and responsible for 55,000 uniformed and civilian employees and a 3.2 billion dollar annual budget. His sixteen-month term was marked by dramatic reductions in crime, innovative and creative management and acting as a principal member of the Mayor's cabinet overseeing the rescue, recovery and investigation of the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. He also served as the First Deputy and Commissioner, of the New York City Department of Correction where he was responsible for an 830 million dollar budget, a uniformed and civilian workforce of 13,000 and approximately 125,000 annual inmate admissions. He earned international recognition after creating a management and accountability program that received honors from the Innovations in American Government Award Program sponsored by Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

He began his professional career as a dog handler in the U.S. Army's Military Police Corps serving in Korea. He was also assigned to the 18th Airborne Corps, at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, where he trained Special Forces and Special Operations personnel at the JFK Unconventional Warfare Center. He later spent nearly four years working on various security assignments in the Middle East and went on to serve as the Commander of Special Weapons and Operations and Warden of the Passaic County Jail in New Jersey, before launching a career with the NYPD, where his meteoric rise was legendary. As a New York City Police Detective assigned to the US Drug Enforcement Administration, he was responsible for overseeing one of the most substantial drug investigations in United States history against the Cali Cartel. He has earned more than 100 awards for meritorious, heroic and public service throughout his career, including the New York City Police Department's Medal for Valor and a Presidential Commendation for heroism from President Ronald Reagan. On February 13, 2002, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth of England, also honored him with an honorary appointment as Commander of the Most Excellent Royal Order of the British Empire (CBE).

Mr. Kerik is presently the CEO of Giuliani-Kerik LLC, an international risk management firm and speaks on the lecture circuit for the Washington Speaker's Bureau. He is a best selling author of his autobiography, "THE LOST SON: A Life in Pursuit of Justice." He holds black belts in both Korean and Japanese Karate, served on the Terrorism Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and as Chairman of the New York State Athletic and Boxing Commission. He holds B.S. in Public Administration from Empire State College (SUNY) and has attended the John F. Kennedy School of Government's Leadership Program for the 21st Century at Harvard. Mr. Kerik presently serves as a member of the Criminal Justice Advisory Council of St. John's University.


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