After a string of high-profile incidents from the Ft. Hood shooter to Wikileaks and NSA contractor Edward Snowden, government agencies and contractors have started monitoring their own employees and networks with unprecedented scrutiny. From left, Snowden
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After years of focusing on outside threats, the federal government and its contractors are turning inward, aiming a range of new technologies and counterintelligence strategies at their own employees to root out spies, terrorists or leakers.
From The Washington Post
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