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Security Cracks at the White House, Should Ultrak Guard Nuclear Labs?

Number 19476
Subject Security
Source Insight Magazine
State DC
Year 2002
Publication Date Sept. 30, Nov. 12-15
Summary Insight reports on problems with a computer security system installed at the White House in 2001. The stories reveal that the system had once been down for a day; had not been tested but the factory before being installed; frequently gives inaccurate information about White House guests. A major finding is that security system lead contractor, Ultrak, Inc., has been taken over by Niklaus Zenger of Switzerland, who has ties to the Russian military.
Category Contest Entry
Pages 9
Keywords Secret Service;intelligence;FBI;president;Securities and Exchange Commission;corporate interests;national security
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