We are setting up a process to respond directly to these and other comments, questions and concerns. Our success depends in part on our responsiveness to these observations.
From: Wells, Tori L. On Behalf Of Lay, Kenneth
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2001 10:53 AM
To: Kean, Steven J.; Brindle, John
Subject: FW: concern
Steve and John -
Points well taken. Please address the concern and respond to Aaron.
From: Berutti, Aaron
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 12:06 PM
To: Lay, Kenneth
I am writing to you this afternoon because I am concerned for the safety of me and my coworkers here at Enron. In light of the recent events that have happened I am worried that security here at Enron is still lacking. I only say this because just this morning I forgot my Enron badge, so I had to get a guest pass, this of course is not a big deal and happens all the time. However, I had my backpack with me like usual and nobody seemed to even raise an eyebrow. Now obviously I pose zero threat to Enron but I feel like somebody who walks in with a guest pass needs only a drivers license, which hasn't been a problem for most terrorists to acquire, of somebody who works here at Enron. Can you see where I am going with this?
Anyway, I'm a first year analyst and this whole event makes me more and more nervous as time progresses and the events unfold. I only come to you with this concern because I am not the only one of my friends who have mentioned it. Please take this into consideration and know that I only raise this issue for the safety of everybody.
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