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CSPAN
May 24, 2017 10:12pm EDT
article last sunday in the "new york times" where a bunch of our sources in china are being killed off either killed or imprisoned. u.s. sources. foreign intelligence sources. and, you know, i got to think that, well, that hack was attributed to the chinese government, i know the hack actually came after, at least we found out about it after many of these people were executed in china for cooperating with the united states government, they were shot as spies or imprisoned as spies. but you see especially with sensitive information like this for secure positions where we're really exposing our personnel, our intelligence officers, and anyone who cooperates with them to grave, mortal threat. and so we've really -- we've really got to step up our game here. let me go back to my question. are we encrypting these social security numbers. >>io, we are. i have all the databases that contained the social security nukes and other pis to have encrypted with the exception of one database that resides in the mainframe which is now sitting behind other security controls and detection systems and th
CSPAN
Jun 2, 2017 7:26am EDT
sources in china are being killed off, either killed or imprison, u.s. sources, foreign intelligence sources and, you know, i have to think that, well, that hack was attributed to the chinese government. i know the hack came after many of these people were executed in china for cooperating with the united states government, shot as spies or imprisoned as spies, but you see specially with sensitive information like this with secured positions we are exposing our personnel, our intelligence officers and anyone who cooperates with them to grave mortal threat and we really have to step up our game here. so let me go back to my question. are we encrypting the social security numbers? >> representative lynch. >> yes, we are. i have all the databases that contain the social security numbers and pi's to have encrypted with the exception of one database that resides in the mainframe that's not sitting behind other social security controls and detection systems and that is scheduled for completion which is a little bit more of a challenge because it's on the mainframe to be completed this cale
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