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9-11 Commission keeps network secure

Officials from the 9-11 Commission investigating the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, recently wrapped up two days of high-profile public hearings, but researchers working for the commission continue to gather information to prepare a complete account of the events surrounding the attacks. To enable researchers at remote sites and various offices to collaborate and conduct research via the Internet, technology managers with the commission have set up a virtual private network that offers secure communications and quick access to data. The 9-11 Commission, officially known as the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, is an independent, bipartisan commission chartered by Congress in November 2002. The agency is responsible for preparing a report on the events leading up to and during the attacks. Full Story

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