Tags House Intelligence Committee

Cyber Command chief tells Congress chip shortage has national security implications

by Suzanne Smalley • 4 months ago

China's march toward chip independence is of "great concern" and could have "broader impacts," he said. It's an issue that dovetails with the Russia-Ukraine war.

As FireEye grapples with breach investigation, questions remain

by Tim Starks • 2 years ago

The cybersecurity community and Capitol Hill are watching closely.

Russia is planning to interfere in 2020 presidential election

by Shannon Vavra, Sean Lyngaas • 2 years ago

The intelligence community's warning on Capitol Hill confirms what many intelligence officials have long feared: Russia was going to come back for 2020.

Intel Committee blasts FBI for not notifying Russian hacking victims

by Zaid Shoorbajee • 4 years ago

House Intel says the FBI didn't adequately engage with hacking victims in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election.

FBI director: U.S. should expect Russian interference in 2018, 2020 elections

by Chris Bing • 5 years ago

James Comey expects that Russian intelligence services will launch hacking and influence operations against the 2018 congressional and 2020 presidential elections after finding success in 2016.

Congress is about to have a really challenging year on cybersecurity

by Chris Bing • 5 years ago

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.