WikiLeaks could be thwarted by new State Dept. system

WikiLeaks could be thwarted by new State Dept. system
WikiLeaks could be thwarted by new State Dept. system

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By GCN Staff
Dec 07, 2010

As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton launched a damage control 
operation to world leaders after State Department diplomatic cables were 
published by the WikiLeaks website, the atmosphere was calm in the 
Office of eDiplomacy.

That=E2=80=99s because cables likes the ones leaked to WikiLeaks have been 
replaced by Diplopedia, a highly secure system by which ambassadors and 
their staffs can compare notes, pass tips and even offer candid 
observations on world leaders, Dayo Olopade, a political reporter, 
writes in The Daily Beast.

Olopade recently spoke with officials in the office of eDipolmacy about 
cybersecurity efforts in the wake of leak of the trove of classified and 
unclassified diplomatic cables that span 1966 to 2010.

A team of 60 people within eDiplomacy are working on ways to modernize 
the way American diplomats talk to each other confidentially.

Diplopedia is an online encyclopedia of foreign affairs information, 
according to the State Department. It is a wiki that can be edited with 
an Intranet Web browser that can be accessed by authorized State 
Department personnel. They can contribute their experience, knowledge 
and expertise in the form of articles, discussion or editing of material 
submitted by others.


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