According to the Washington Post, the panel is officially called the WikiLeaks Task Force, and is focusing on the immediate impact of the most recently released files.
"The director asked the task force to examine whether the latest release of WikiLeaks documents might affect the agency's foreign relationships or operations," the paper quoted CIA spokesman George Little as saying.
The panel is being reportedly led by CIA's Counterintelligence Center and has over a dozen members from departments across the agency.
According to some veterans, WikiLeaks has breached the CIA's long-standing dislike to sharing secrets with other government agencies.
CIA employs software measures to minimize the chance of a WikiLeaks, like leak, and has been avoiding moving secret information from pieces of paper to digital files that can be distributed online, the paper said.