Three lessons to take away from the IRS breach
August 27, 2015
There is no silver bullet to prevent the kind of attack that exposed the tax records of more than 300,000 people, but there are lessons to be learned.
David Stegon was a staff reporter for FedScoop and StateScoop from 2011-2014.
The State Department will host a Spanish-language Twitter briefing on Thursday.
Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs Mike Hammer will take questions submitted to the department’s official Spanish-language Twitter account, @USAenEspanol, or through tweets using the hashtag #AskState.
Hammer will answer questions in Spanish from the podium in the department’s press briefing room, and video of his responses will be made available on the department’s YouTube channel.
@USAenEspanol is one of the Department’s 11 official Twitter accounts, which include @StateDept (English), @USAbilAraby (Arabic), @USA_Zhongwen (Chinese), @USAdarFarsi (Farsi), @USAenFrancais (French), @USAHindiMein (Hindi), @USAemPortugues (Portuguese), @USApoRusski (Russian), @ABDTurk (Turkish) and @USAUrdu (Urdu).