The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology is demanding answers from President Barack Obama regarding critical security flaws within the Obamacare website Healthcare.gov.
China’s continued cyber espionage against the United States is undermining economic relations, White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice warned Beijing on Wednesday.
A nationwide war game was performed this week to determine how prepared the U.S. is for a full-scale cyberattack.
American spy agencies were awarded $52.7 billion by the federal government in fiscal year 2013, according to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).
A cyber attack in Israel caused the shutdown of a major tunnel in the northern city of Haifa two days in a row this September.
The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.
Chinese government-backed hackers have cost the United States nearly $2 trillion in “lost and stolen property” that was seized through illicit Internet attacks, Rep. Mike Rogers (R., Mich.), chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said Monday.
Obama administration officials assured Congress on Wednesday morning that the technology undergirding Obamacare will be ready on time and will be secure from cyber attacks, although testimony and congressional questions revealed risks.
Witnesses stressed that the United States must do more to protect itself against cyber attacks from foreign infiltrators in front of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Tuesday morning.
U.S. and Chinese officials met in Washington on Monday for the first talks between the two nations on the contentious issue of cyber attacks and cyber theft of intellectual property.