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Swiss state Trojan may cost much more than expected

Friday 11 January 2019 | 10:30 CET | News
The costs of the Swiss "federal Trojan" could be higher than expected, warns the Federal Audit Office after having examined the CHF 100 million programme to renew the Swiss surveillance infrastructure, reports Inside-IT.ch. The costs for the sub-programme P4 GovWare could be higher, or the scope of the functionality still to be procured could be reduced.

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