Sourcefire officials hopeful over sale

Friday, 10 March 2006, 3:06 PM EST

Executives of Sourcefire Inc., the Columbia company whose sale to an Israeli firm has been delayed pending a national security review, said yesterday that they believe the concerns surrounding the deal can be resolved.

The Sourcefire deal has come under scrutiny, apparently because of the company's contracts with sensitive government clients, and is being investigated by the Committee on Foreign Investments in the US.

At the Washington Post.

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