Theft of CIA Hacking Tools Spotlights the Spy Agency’s “Lax” Security

A lawmaker says intelligence agencies should be subject to the same standards as the rest of the government.

American intelligence agencies are still falling short on security, years after high-profile data leaks from Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, and Joshua Schulte, according to a member of the US Senate Intelligence Committee. In a letter to Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, Senator Ron Wyden uses a 2017 internal report from the CIA to detail the ways in which the intelligence community has continuously failed to protect itself.

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