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.
Two charged with hacking CIA chief, DNI, other top officials
Two men from North Carolina were arrested Thursday, charged with being members of the hacking group "Crackas with Attitude," who last year posted personal data stolen from the home email accounts of top U.S. security officials.
Clapper: Spy agencies doing ‘pretty well’ on acquisition reform
U.S. intelligence agencies have a good track record on acquisition reform and their integrated IT infrastructure, known as ICITE, is already delivering results and will endure under a new administration, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Wednesday.
Clapper not optimistic on China cyber deal
Clapper spoke as the Senate Armed Services Committee pressed him and other top officials on why the U.S. government has been slow to respond to cyberattacks.
U.S. cyber policy struggles to keep up with events
Senior U.S. intelligence officials acknowledge the United States lacks a deterrence in cyberspace and it's time to get tougher.