Politico reports the next Edward Snowden may find it more difficult to leak government secrets. The Pentagon plans to issue new rules in the coming months requiring certain contractors that work with classified government networks to monitor what employees are doing in those systems. Information about employees’ browsing on those networks will be combined with data analysis tools to spot suspicious behavior such as a Middle East analyst rooting around in intelligence documents related to China or Russia or an employee accessing documents at unusual hours. The new monitoring regime is designed to give contractors early warnings that one of their employees may be stealing classified information either to leak it to the public as Snowden and Pvt. Chelsea Manning did or to pass it to a foreign government.