Beyond the transparency concerns, security experts wonder whether the former secretary of state’s emails were protected from foreign hackers.
Josh Earnest said Tuesday that it’s up to the State Department to handle how its employees use email correspondence to conduct official work.
A future awaits where countries share intelligence one minute, and hack and cyberattack each other the next.
Federal regulations don’t outright ban the use of personal email accounts to conduct official government business.
Federal cyberwarriors hail from more than 100 different job categories scattered across agencies.
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Believe it or not, big data is not all fire and brimstone, surveillance and mass spying.
Government Executive survey shows a third of high-level executives see it done.
It didn't take long for The New York Times report to take off Monday night.
Former Secretary of State didn't use state.gov account to conduct official business during her tenure at Foggy Bottom.
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