Troubles Plague U.S. Cyberspy Defense

The flagship system designed to protect the U.S. government’s computer networks from cyberspies is being stymied by technical limitations and privacy concerns, according to current and former national-security officials.The latest complete version of the system, known as Einstein, won’t be fully installed for 18 months, according to current and former officials, seven years after it was first rolled out. This system doesn’t protect networks from attack. It only raises the alarm after one has happened.
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