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from china is coming through the same gangs, in mexico. what can you tell us that would encourage us to believe that we're going to get control of this thing? >> sir, what i can tell you is this is a, this is a problem and an issue that we will not police our way out of. it's going to require a whole of government effort. i can tell you what the fbi has to contribute to that, and it is the investigative experience. it's the connections with foreign partners. and it's the ability to bring our federal law enforcement and state and local law enforcement together in that fight. there are border security issues, diplomatic issues and a lot tied up in that problem right now. that's how we see our part of it. >> well, you're correct. you're only a part of the solution. we've got the dea and state department and numerous other agencies that are working out pieces of the problem. but it is a bad problem. >> yes, sir. >> and it's eating this country alive. and we've got to redouble our efforts. let me quickly and mr. chairman, switch briefly to another topic. and that is -- cyber. >> yes. >> c
through mexico. including benton al from china and the gains from mexico so what can you tell us that we believe we can get control of this. >> this is a problem and issue we cannot police our way out of it will require a whole government effort but i can tell you what the fbi can contribute the connection with a torn pardners to bring together enough fight there is border security issues and diplomatic issues with that problem that is how we see the part of it. >> you are correct berkeley were only part of a solution with the dea and state department and other agencies working out pieces of the problem but it is a bad problem and it is eating this country alive. we have to redouble our efforts so very quickly switching briefly to another topic is cybercrime for cyberattacks according to cnbc cybercrime cost the global economy $450 billion annually in 2016 over 2 billion personal records were stolen over 100 million americans had their records to live five out of every six companies were targeted in 2014 with a 40 percent increase over the year before and at the same time 50 percent o
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)