DOD / Intelligence Community
Putin ordered ‘influence campaign’ to damage Clinton, intelligence agencies say
Russian intelligence forces under the order of Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a sophisticated influence campaign against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to a newly released report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Spy agencies: We can’t judge impact of hacking on election
U.S. intelligence agencies have no way of measuring the impact of Russian hacking on the recent election result, the nation’s top spy told senators Thursday.
Former intel officials: Trump’s win is already hurting recruitment efforts
Trump may have a detrimental effect on the U.S. intelligence community’s ability to both recruit new talent and retain career professionals, former intelligence officials said Wednesday during a panel discussion at the CATO Institute.
These senators are hoping to divide Cyber Command from the NSA
A bipartisan measure introduced in the Senate seeks to elevate U.S. Cyber Command to a combatant command.
Taking a page for cybersecurity from the counterterror playbook
The Obama administration is taking a page out of the counterterrorism playbook to help it secure the nation against hackers, cyberspies and other online threats, a White House official said Tuesday.
U.S. formally points finger at Russia for DNC hacks
The Russian government is responsible for hacking into, stealing and then leaking information owned by major U.S. political figures and organizations, including the Democratic National Committee, according to a Department of Homeland Security and Office of the Director of National Intelligence statement Friday.