Infosharing vital to warfighters despite Wikileaks

A string of classified files posted on WikiLeaks won’t stop the military from sharing information. Joint Chiefs Vice Chairman General James Cartwright says that sharing information is a competitive advantage on the battlefield and he doesn’t expect recent WikiLeaks disclosures of Afghanistan war files and diplomatic cables to be a setback. But Federal Times reports the breaches are leading the military to redesign its systems, so they can detect odd behavior.

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