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While U.S. ponders response to Russia, agencies' hands are tied in cyberspace, intelligence chief says
After being repetitively criticized for not taking action, the head of the intelligence community complained that a lack of policy had stifled his agencies from forcefully responding to Russian cyberattacks and propaganda.
Watchdog questions DoD about Cyber Command's work with private sector, civilian agencies
The role the military, intelligence community or DHS plays in stopping digital attacks aimed at the U.S. economy can appear blurred at times.
White House cybersecurity coordinator takes on additional role in Trump administration
CyberScoop has learned that Rob Joyce will take on a new position starting Monday as President Donald Trump's acting deputy homeland security adviser.
Rudy Giuliani has had virtually no input on U.S. cybersecurity policy
Giuliani's so-called "cyber working group," a vague advisory committee officially announced by Trump's presidential transition team in early January, is rarely in contact with White House staff.
Former officials buck White House adviser's comments about government hacking
A top White House official says the U.S. government cannot rely on offensive cyber operations to deter foreign hackers from attacking American computer networks.
Trump adviser proposes broader cybersecurity oversight for private-sector critical infrastructure
The U.S. government may have a more extensive role to play in defending computer networks belonging specifically to American critical infrastructure companies, according to White House Homeland Security Adviser Thomas Bossert, although most are owned and operated by the private sector.