The intelligence community’s new website includes a “job exploration” function that tells high school students how to get involved in government work.
The gulf between Silicon Valley and Washington appears to be widening.
Lawmakers want to know whether encryption allowed the attackers to keep their communications covert.
The ability to shield communications from anyone but the intended recipient via encryption and other digital means will now face unprecedented challenges.
Questions arise following the hack of John Brennan's personal email.
The six documents published on the website date from 2007 and 2008, and include an application for a security clearance to handle classified information.
The CIA said it was investigating but wouldn’t confirm if the account was legitimate.
The small team is more interested in using the platform to push out historical tidbits than having conversations with individual users.
Security remains a “bolt-on” rather than embedded into many IT systems.
The pilfering of 1.1 million fingerprints is “probably the biggest counterintelligence threat in my lifetime,” one former NSA official said.
It’s been almost a year since Amazon Web Services stood up a cloud computing infrastructure for the 17 agencies within the intelligence community.
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