Tag Archives: Mike Rogers

Marcel Lettre: Pentagon Seeks Robust Encryption Standards, Tech

Marcel Lettre, undersecretary of defense for intelligence, has emphasized the Defense Department‘s support for strong encryption standards and technology as a tool to protect warfighting systems and data, DoD News reported Tuesday. Cheryl Pellerin writes Lettre and Adm. Mike Rogers, head of the U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency, told the …

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CIA’s John Brennan: Tech Proliferation, Nation-State Instability Affect US Cybersecurity Efforts

CIA Director John Brennan has said work to monitor cybersecurity threats has become a challenge for U.S. intelligence agencies due to the proliferation of modern technologies, destabilization in nation states and lack of cyber policy frameworks, GW Today reported Wednesday. “Because of the capabilities that exist [to perpetrate cyber crime]… sub-national …

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Mike Rogers, Dutch Ruppersberger Introduce NSA Surveillance Reform Bill

House Intelligence Committee leaders have introduced a bill that seeks to place new limitations on the National Security Agency‘s phone and electronic data surveillance program, Politico reported Tuesday. Tony Romm writes that Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) Ranking Member Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) unveiled the bipartisan legislation Tuesday. The End Bulk Collection …

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Mike Rogers: US Could Arm Allies to Contain Russia

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) has suggested the U.S. provide countries that could be embroiled in the Crimean crisis with tools to defend themselves against Russian’s expansion efforts. The House Intelligence Committee chairman told NBC’s “Meet the Press” he believes that economic sanctions alone will not send a tough enough message …

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