TWST: Could you give us an introduction by way of an overview and summary of Cyber Group Network?

Mr. Evans: The Cyber Group Network has three main goals; one, computer security products and services; two, public Internet access and kiosk devices; three, acquisitions. We are currently trading on the Over The Counter Bulletin Board, but we plan to file to trade on NASDAQ within the next year. That is also one of our goals. One of the biggest products that we are developing right now is a patented security device called the Electronic Snitching Device, also known as E-Snitch. This is a device that can track a missing or stolen computer anywhere, to within five feet of its location. In most locations, E-Snitch is able to retrieve the information from the computer and delete the information that is stored on the computer, even while the computer is turned off. It can also destroy certain parts of a computer, leaving the perpetrator with nothing but a high-tech paperweight. This is one of our leading products, and we are looking to team up with some major manufacturers to help our product become standard in all computer systems sold.

TWST: Is that an interactive device where the owner can signal the destruct button, or is it something that if left unattended or outside of a certain geography it signals itself?

Mr. Evans: No, what happens is this: if your computer is stolen, for example, you're standing at the airport; you walk up to the ticket counter and set your laptop bag down. Someone walks past, picks it up and runs off with it. You notice that your computer is stolen. You whip out your cell phone, dial a toll-free number, and say: 'My computer was stolen, here's the ID number.' Within 60 seconds we're tracking your computer live. Now, when I say tracking it, I mean that we can tell you the exact location down to the street address where the computer actually is, in real time.

TWST: Then the destruct command is an interactive command.

Mr. Evans: Yes. While we are on the phone with you, you tell us exactly what you would like to have done. 'Retrieve the information from the computer,' option one. In that case, we retrieve the information. If you say, 'Destroy all the information on the computer,' we destroy all the information on the computer. Our operators will then ask you, 'What do you want us to do next?' 'Continue to track the computer and call the police,' is another option. If you choose we can call the police and tell them, 'We're tracking a stolen computer,' almost like a Lo-Jack system for tracking stolen cars. 'We're tracking the stolen computer right now and it's at 1234 Main Street, now it's at 1235 Main Street.' So the police can actually go to the location and investigate. It will have some other security features built into it that I cannot discuss at this time.

TWST: Obviously, the information is the most valuable part.

Mr. Evans: Exactly. It's the information. Laptop computers, right now, are a commodity. You can get them a dime a dozen. It's the information on the computer which makes it valuable. I can go out and buy a used computer for $500, but if I put my secrets about the E-Snitch on that computer, then it's worth millions to me.

TWST: The competitive landscape may be unknown to most investors. Can you give us an idea of what you see as the peers and competitors for your company and its products at this point?

Mr. Evans: At this point, an equivalent to our E-Snitch device does not exist. No one has a device where you can actually track a computer in real time and retrieve information from the computer while the computer is turned off. There are other devices focusing more on software that get installed on your computer. With those, once someone steals your computer, you cannot do anything until that computer is plugged into a telephone line or an Internet connection. Then it will start e-mailing and relaying its Caller ID information, or its IP information. From there it starts transmitting the information off the computer back to a call center whereas with E-Snitch, the person does not need to plug it into the Internet, or plug it into a telephone line. If your computer is stolen, we don't have to wait for the perpetrator to do anything in order to start tracking your computer. We can do it ourselves, almost instantly, within 60 seconds after the computer has been stolen. That's the difference in our product and someone else's product. The CEO of Qualcomm had his laptop computer stolen while traveling. I mean, we're talking a major CEO here with secrets on his computer. Lord knows what may be there. But if he had a device like the E-Snitch, as soon as his computer was stolen, we could have retrieved that information and disabled key components of the computer itself.

TWST: The mobile access and continuousness that you described through the kiosk function, what do you see as a competitive landscape there today?

Mr. Evans: There are a lot of people out there right now with computer kiosks. You see them in the malls and airports. What we're trying to do is hit an untapped market by placing them in vehicles where people spend a lot of time, especially here in California. In California, you have entertainment buses that take you from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for the day and bring you back. That's a four-hour drive. Well, for four hours we can capture those people. For four hours they have nothing to do but listen to their Walkman. With a computer kiosk on the bus right where they are, they can surf the Internet, check and send e-mails, and even play games on it from educational all the way to poker and blackjack. No one else out there, right now, is doing that.

TWST: As you look at your growth strategies, is cash or capital a limitation on your company?

Mr. Evans: Yes. That's a big factor for a lot of companies, especially when you're an OTC company. Soon, we'll be doing an SB2 as well as some other types of financing to raise money to continue the growth that we've initiated. As a matter of fact, on June 1st, we started opening up what we call Spy America Shops. Our first one opened at the Fox Hills Mall in Culver City. What we sell there are high-tech security gadgets and covert security gadgets. For instance, we have the NannieCam, a regular clock radio with a built-in camera. We sell anti-surveillance devices, or 'bug detectors.' You want to find out if your office is tapped? We sell all that equipment. If you want to make sure that no one is recording your telephone calls, we have that. You can visit us online at, and we also have Spy America outlets in the malls. We are also selling Spy America shops as authorized dealerships.

TWST: There seem to be multiple sources of revenues, can you give us an idea of what the current revenue structure is and how these initiatives might change that flow?

Mr. Evans: We went public a little over one year ago. Since that time, our company has been in the development stage, developing products and services that we are now able to take to the market to bring in revenue. We are closing a deal, our first acquisition, for $2.25 million, of a very large marketing and advertising company in our local area, which will help us to market and sell our products. The agency we are acquiring is doing that right now for some other small, dot-com companies, and we expect that they can also do it for us. With this acquisition, we're bringing in new revenues. They did about $1.2 - $1.3 million last year in revenue. That does not include the additional revenues from our Spy America shops, as well as other products that we have already and the ones still in development. We've also launched a publishing division to help technology authors get their books published and marketed.

TWST: In your opening remarks you mentioned acquisitions as a key focus for this company. What criteria are you using as you review those opportunities?

Mr. Evans: It's very broad right now. When we first set out, we were looking at doing acquisitions of anything that had to do with dot-com companies. But, right now, the dot-com business is so saturated; everyone is doing the exact same thing whereas back in 1994, 1995, and 1996, it was easy to call yourself the largest bookstore on the Internet because there weren't that many people selling books on the Internet. It was easy to say you were the largest search engine. Now those are a dime a dozen. So we're looking for a certain niche, and our biggest niche is in the computer security market. Because we all know, when you want to buy a book on the Internet, people think of or Barnes & Noble. If you think about a search engine on the Internet you think of Yahoo! Well, when you think about computer security, who can protect your laptop? Or, if you want to know what your babysitter is doing, or whether you can really trust your employee, who should you go to? Right now, there's no true security company out there with a brand that people will know off the top of their heads. That's what we're trying to establish for ourselves. We want to be known as a 'Tier 1' brand when it comes to security. It goes from computer security to industrial security.

TWST: Give us a quick assessment of your management team at this point. Do you feel you have the bench strength and skill sets to take the company through the next 12-24 months?

Mr. Evans: We will know once our ad agency acquisition is completed. As I said before, we are a development company with a lot of computer-tech guys with good ideas and the skills to develop their ideas. But management was something we were weak in. After we do this acquisition, we're bringing in totally new management. So by the time this is reported I'm sure we will have a new management team brought onboard, or be well on our way toward that goal.

TWST: For the investor audience today, what's the summary statement then, the three or four key points that would convince an investor to buy in?

Mr. Evans: Three or four points why someone should invest in our company? One, we are innovators; we are not reinventing the wheel. At The Cyber Group Network we come up with new ideas, things that no one else is doing. That way, we're building our own markets. Second, we are a fast-growing company. We are not growing too fast, like a lot of other dot-com companies or small technology companies that were here one day booming at $100 a share, and then the next day were gone. We are taking our time in the way we expand, but we are expanding. Three, investing in a company that comes out with new products and new ideas all the time is better than investing in a company that's already out there doing the same old thing. Those are only three reasons why you should invest in The Cyber Group, but there are more. Our new management team is one. We have a very strong management team coming in. One thing that's different about us is that now, once this acquisition is complete, we will have the best of two worlds. Most people out there in the computer business are either one of two things. They are either very computer-oriented and they just know computers. They know how to develop software and build products, but that's all they know. Then you find a lot of people who know business and marketing well, but they don't know the technical side of actually building a product. People such as Bill Gates know both ends. Over here at The Cyber Group, we know both sides also. For instance, we know how to build an innovative product and we know how to go out and find a market for the product. That's one thing that we are getting when we complete this acquisition. We're getting a team together and combining marketing and advertising expertise with the technical dynamics of a computer company. A lot of times other computer companies have to go out and subcontract or contract with others to market their products. Now we will have what we need to do everything in-house.

TWST: Thank you. (DWA)

GREGORY D. EVANS CEO Cyber Group Network Corp. 720 East Carnegie Drive Suite 200 San Bernardino, CA 92408 (909) 890-9769

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