Castro Sells "Security Software" to Venezuela

Thursday, August 1, 2013
According to El Nacional newspaper, last year the Castro regime exported over $3 billion in "security, citizens databases and communications interception software" to the Venezuelan government.

The transactions were conducted through Albet, a Cuban state-owned company linked to the University of Information Sciences (known as "UCI"), an entity created by Castro in 2002 to form the regime's "cyber-warriors."

The UCI is located at a "former" Soviet espionage and communications interception base.

A former Venezuelan government consultant recently described Albet as “a camouflage of Cuba’s G2.”

Ironically, Cuba maintains the lowest Internet connectivity rate in the Western Hemisphere and one of the lowest in the world.  

But it's #1 in control.

To learn more about Cuba's information technology penetration in Venezuela, see this recent report.