Homeland Security

DOJ (sort of) releases FBI insider threat audit

“The Department of Justice has released findings of an audit into the FBI’s effort to stop insider leaks. Yet those findings have been deemed too secret to reveal to the public. Instead, the Justice Department’s Inspector General has only released its recommendations for the FBI’s insider threat program, established by an President Obama executive order as the National Insider Threat Task Force, or NITTF. Thus there are no figures, for example, on how many insider threats were detected or stopped.”

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