When State Security loses confidential data

Nicolas Ullens, former agent of the State Security, whom we know well at Kairos for having interviewed him several times, delivers here a new « dossier ».

Four years ago, the new management of the Belgian State Security decided to renew its database management system. The latter contains the confidential data of more than one million Belgians.


For this work, the State Security will pay more than 30 million € to Smals, a non-profit organization with a turnover of 350 million € and headed by Frank Robben. Only, the State Security should have subjected Smals to a security investigation to ensure that she had no links with terrorist networks or an adverse intelligence service.

Some data were « lost »… Political complicity? To ask the question is to answer it.

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