Information Security in the Age of WikiLeaks
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Protecting against the weakest link
WikiLeaks has come to international prominence (or notoriety, depending on your perspective) for its work in publishing private, secret and classified materials obtained via leaks from government sources.
WikiLeaks has published top-secret information from the U.S. military's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and has also shared thousands of pages of U.S. State Department cables with the world.
The U.S. government and other governments around the world are learning that in the age of WikiLeaks, no secret is safe.
What does this mean to your company or organisation? This white paper shows a few lessons of WikiLeaks for information security leaders in today's business and government organisations.