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NextGov reports that OMB has set a Jan. 28 deadline for agencies to complete their assessments of how they handled classified information.
Agencies must evaluate their security systems to ensure classified information remains secret. OMB, with guidance from ISOO and ODNI, has a battery of questions for agency heads in their second memo after the release of documents on WikiLeaks.
The lawyer who represented the New York Times in the Pentagon Papers case writes about the differences between the two document leaks.
Tags: Must Reads , Dorobek Insider , Daniel Ellsberg , Julian Assange , Floyd Abrams , New York Times , Wall Street Journal , Pentagon Papers , Financial Times , secrecy , confidential documents , diplomacy , State
The Washington Post reports on the vast amount of data contained in Net-Centric, whether it belonged there or not.
The bill that would expand whistleblower protections had passed earlier in the month in the Senate but did not get the two-thirds vote needed to clear the House.
Former EPA CIO Molly O'Neill highlights the top IT stories of this year in the DorobekINSIDER series, '2010 and Beyond.'
The Pulse blog and The Economist report on the broader context of WikiLeaks on State diplomacy in an online world.
Edward Amoroso, the senior vice president and chief security officer at AT&T, describes the need for greater data leak protection.
Information Security reports that a security expert says the Air Force ban of thumb drives will not solve the problem of how to prevent classified leaks, such as in the WikiLeaks incident.
Fidelis Security's Kurt Bertone explains whether the Air Force's block of the New York Times and other sites will stop future WikiLeaks leaks.