Spy report: 3.4M warrantless searches of US data under FISA last year
The 3.4 million searches the ODNI disclosed Friday represent a significant increase from last year.
CIA 'secret bulk collection program' picked up some Americans' data, senators reveal
The unnamed program operates “entirely outside the statutory framework that Congress and the public believe govern this collection," according to Sens. Ron Wyden and Martin Heinrich, who released unclassified documents about it.
The governor's office says the NSA isn't involved in the response to Minnesota's protests. But here's how it could be.
Comments by Gov. Tim Walz, combined with activity by the military, created some confusion about role of the Pentagon's foreign signals intelligence agency.
Shadow Brokers leaks show U.S. spies successfully hacked Russian, Iranian targets
The leaks show which organizations were targeted by the NSA and what tools were used to compromise them.
Congress is about to have a really challenging year on cybersecurity
2017 will be a banner year for cybersecurity in Congress and that isn’t necessarily a good thing, said House Intelligence Committee Staff Director Michael Bahar, “we have kicked off the year with a lot going wrong with Russia and its hacking.” While there are multiple probes by different committees, in both the House and Senate, to investigate Russia’s influence on the 2016 presidential election, those retrospective efforts are just the beginning of what will ultimately be a very busy year in Congress as lawmakers face a myriad of cybersecurity-related policy decisions.