Lawmakers press spy leaders on lagging efforts to block foreign hackers
Lawmakers aren't satisfied that public-private partnerships will seal up visibility gaps on hacking.
DIA uses purchased phone location data without warrants
Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, said he will introduce a bill meant to protect Americans' privacy.
Senate Intelligence Committee wants DNI to investigate commercial spyware threats
The committee wants the DNI to specifically address the threat posed to U.S. citizens, in addition to those living abroad or employed by the U.S. government.
Former DIA official allegedly sold secrets to China, including possible Cyber Command information
Ron Rockwell Hansen was caught providing secret military documents to the Chinese government, including what appears to be sensitive information about U.S. Cyber Command outposts, according to a newly unsealed Justice Department indictment.
U.S. spies think the FBI is botching the Kaspersky investigation
No evidence of a relationship between Kaspersky and the Kremlin has been made public, which has fueled a public debate about Washington's tactics against the private company.
DNI: Chinese hacking against U.S. companies is 'ongoing' but 'significantly reduced'
Dan Coats' assessment reports significant progress on the cyber front between the world's two biggest economies.