A declassified internal CIA report found that the agency failed to secure its systems, resulting in the 2017 "Vault 7" leak of classified data to WikiLeaks. A CIA employee stole up to 34 terabytes of classified data about the agency's hacking tools and sent it to WikiLeaks.
- The report, released by Sen. Ron Wyden (D.-Ore.), concluded that security practices at the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence (CCI), which developed the hacking tools, had become "woefully lax" leading up to the breach.
- Sen. Wyden urged Congress to reconsider a law that exempts intelligence agencies from federal cybersecurity requirements.
- In a letter to National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe, Wyden asked Ratcliffe to detail security lapses by the intelligence community since the WikiLeaks breach.