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The Fulton
County Catholic
Mission would like
to publicly thank
the McConnells-burg
VFW for
their generous do-nation
to assist
people in this
County. Your help
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Jan. 22
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shale rock – that
could largely withstand any
explosion. (Slight imprints
from dynamite blasting can
still be seen on the walls.)
And security is found in
digital defenses: The facili-ty’s
computer system is en-tirely
disconnected from the
internet, and its computers
won’t allow anyone to plug
in an external hard drive.
The company touts its
client base of highly regulat-ed
and sensitive companies
that have bought into those
assurances. In fact, the fed-eral
government uses a sig-nificant
part of the mine,
employing most of the 2,000
workers who enter and leave
the facility each day.
When Iron Mountain pur-chased
the data center in
1998, much of the storage
was used for paper and film
– patents, motion pictures,
Social Security applications
filed by every resident of the
United States, pension
records, boxes of business
Changes to how busi-nesses
manage information,
including the popularity of
cloud storage, have been a
boon to Iron Mountain and
other companies that man-age
data centers. Cloud stor-age
is a computing model
data center pumps 53-de-gree
water from an under-ground
aquifer to cool its
The mine has two major
substations underground
that draw power from West
Penn Power’s grid network.
At full capacity, the Iron
Mountain data center could
span 500,000 square feet of
space and could consume
roughly 40 megawatts of
power, enough power for
about 40,000 homes, the
company said.
The issue of cybersecuri-ty
falls largely on each indi-vidual
client’s systems, Mr.
Kidd said.
“To be honest, they don’t
want anyone else liable for
it,’’ he said.
Though the mine has
never had any intrusions or
major incidents, Mr. Hill
said, Iron Mountain is al-ways
looking for ways to im-prove
Mr. Hill pointed to a cop-per/?
lead door installed for a
large insurance company
that was concerned about
electromagnetic pulses,
which can be sent by terror-ists
or even the natural en-vironment
and could crip-ple
equipment. (In addition
to the door, a study con-ducted
later at the mine
12:30 a.m. Wednesday in Cen-tre
County when a tractor-trailer
stopped in the east-bound
lanes near the Bellefonte
exit after another truck in front
of it slid off the right berm, but
partially blocked traffic.
Although the second
tractor-trailer stopped safe-ly,
another smashed into it,
followed by two more tractor
trailers and two passenger
The drivers killed in the
crash have not yet been iden-tified.
They were driving the
third and fourth tractor trail-ers
involved in the crash.
The pileup closed a 12-
their back-grounds
are checked and
they are subjected to writ-ten,
physical, medical and
psychological tests.
The Inquirer says most
law enforcement agencies
use lie detector tests, al-though
exceptions include
the New York City Police
and New Jersey State Po-lice.
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