"Los Alamos National Laboratory employees and managers have been placed on paid investigative leave as a result of security problems that surfaced at the lab earlier this month," Internet Week reports."The trouble stems from missing storage devices, which may or may not have been properly destroyed. Officials said earlier this month that they can't account for a high-capacity disk and nine diskettes used at the lab."Notra Trulock, the Energy Department's former intelligence director, has background on Los Alamos' computer security woes.
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