U.S. Intel Chief: Insider Leaks A Top Priority

January 27, 2012
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Building the architecture necessary to prevent another Wikileaks might take several years, director of national intelligence James Clapper said at an event Thursday in Washington, D.C.

The Wikileaks scandal, in which 260,000 diplomatic cables, many of them sensitive, were burned onto CD-RWs and later published online, has accelerated work toward ensuring that information sharing is secure, Clapper said in a speech on information sharing at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. However, there is no silver bullet to preventinginsider threats.

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