A slimmed-down Altegrity Inc., the company that gained notoriety when one of its units vetted former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, emerged from bankruptcy protection under new ownership after jettisoning one of its vetting businesses.

The new Altegrity exited bankruptcy Monday with its Kroll private security unit and its HireRight employee screening business intact. The company’s U.S. Investigations Services Inc ., the vetting business known as USIS and the site of much of Altegrity’s recent troubles, is being left behind in bankruptcy to be liquidated.

Source:  Bankruptcynews