U.S.Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning used his high-security clearance to acces classified documents – including over 150,000 State Department cables – which he is now charged with making public via whistleblower site WikiLeaks.org. Security breaches don’t happen only to governments; they happen to companies, institutions and individuals too. Thirty million Americans become victims of identity theft every year. The toll of data breaches amounts to hundreds of millions, costing billions. Nearly half are inside jobs. How private is your life, really? How secret are your past, present and future? Can you outsmart the next Bradley Manning?
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