Edward Snowden and the NSA: A Lesson About Insider ThreatsVijay Basani
In all the mysteries surrounding the Edward Snowden affair, there’s one that hasn’t received much attention: Why didn’t the NSA, one of the most technologically sophisticated organizations on the planet, have a way to detect that Snowden was downloading thousands of documents?
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