Following the massive hacker attack on politicians and celebrities, the SPD calls by Federal interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) education. It must quickly and accurately disclosed, "the authority who knew what when and how it was responded to," said SPD General Secretary, Lars Klingbeil, the Newspapers of the Funke media group. "For Horst Seehofer should have the priority. It comes to the protection of our democracy."
the Unknown had previously published sensitive information of politicians, Celebrities and journalists. The Leak contains about phone numbers, addresses, chat logs and private photos and was on Friday in public. On the same day it was revealed, the Federal office for IT security (BSI) had already been informed since December over the theft of data. After strong criticism of the denial: so Far it is assumed that only a single case. The connection with the masses via a Twitter account of published data was only in retrospect.
Lars Klingbeil criticized a "mess with the security authorities", and got the support of the Bundestag, Vice-President and party colleague Thomas Oppermann. He told the Bild am Sonntag: "It is outrageous that the stolen data are presented for days in the net and the competent authority does nothing to inform the people Concerned and to protect." If the BKA had not been informed, there are obviously serious deficiencies in the coordination of security authorities. Oppermann called on Seehofer to Action: "The BSI must be Central to the Cyber defence centre in Germany and the interior Minister Seehofer must understand that this is one of the most important tasks of internal security and in the coming years will remain."
get support, the SPD politician of the Left. Parliamentary leader Dietmar Bartsch said in the direction of Seehofer, "the process has to quickly be fully informed". He also called for a reorganization of the BSI. The authority must be decided "on the structure, tasks and information policy".
Seehofer had declared on Friday that it indicates much to the fact that "data obtained through the unauthorised use of access data to cloud services, to E-Mail Accounts or social networks". However, there is no evidence that systems of the Bundestag or the Federal government "have been compromised".
education is expected, among other things, of a special session of the Bundestag, the interior Committee in the coming week. "We insist that we get information as quickly as possible," said the Parliamentary Secretary of the Union faction in the Bundestag, Patrick Schnieder. Until then, let say, in the language of the communication between the security authorities, something wrong has gone and whether there were any deficits. Also Schnieders phone number was in the Leak to the public. Victims of the publication, all parties in the Bundestag were, with the exception of the AfD. The data theft, he described as a warning shot. "You can't take lightly." Safety instructions should be observed by politicians, like all citizens, stronger.