Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the United States is considered the main winner of the scandal Wikileaks, say U.S. intelligence sources quoted by one newspaper blogs USNews & World Report. Several U.S. officials told the Washington Whispers that the scandal "may lead to a realistic change in how diplomacy is done and discuss the secret channels of communication with the CIA fully benefiting from this."
The blog says that in the context of the "dirty laundry" of the U.S. State Department and the Pentagon were posted on Wikileaks, "it is fair to wonder if there is a winner" in the scandal secret documents. "Those inside intelligence say yes: the CIA and its brethren in the field of information, such as Defense Intelligence Agency."
From now on, foreign leaders will probably be more willing "to share honest opinions and their own secret that Americans can keep a secret, as the CIA, which uses information technology systems more secure than systems full of holes the Pentagon and the Department of State. "
"Since the cable traffic from the CIA is not distributed and is classified SIPRnet to levels well above those that were stolen and given to Wikileaks, the credibility of the Agency has received a major boost," said a former officer CIA. Both the State Department and Pentagon using SIPRnet network.
"The next time an ally like to share rumors about his underwear Muammar Gaddafi, will go to the State Department, but if the secret is true, he will go to someone who is confident that will keep them," said another former member of the intelligence.
Several U.S. officials said the scandal "may lead to a realistic change in how diplomacy is done and discuss the secret channels of communication with the CIA fully benefiting from this."