Tonight, Justice Minister Alan Shatter told the Dáil:
“I have received a peer review report on the technical matters of relevance from RITS, an IT
security consultancy firm to seek clarification of the technical information contained in the
Verrimus report and an opinion with regard to the risks as identified and presented to GSOC.
“The report mentioned earlier that I received from RITS gives as an opinion, based on the reports
provided to RITS, that “there is no evidence of any technical or electronic surveillance against
GSOC”, that is no evidence at all, not merely no definitive evidence. This report also disputes
other conclusions reached by Verrimus.”
Transcript from his speech in the Dáil, via RTÉ, here.