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russia and china as well as non state actors bombproof this is two hours 15 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> the committee meets today for cybercommand please welcome back admiral rogers commander of cybercommand director national security agency and several other titles. we are grateful for your many years of distinguished service with your parents today threats continue to grow in scope and severity but the nation remains unprepared to address these threats is a defining feature of the 21st century. as a result the committee is focused on cybersecurity concern of a lack of security we were hopeful without any serious effort from alaska administration the new litmus ration would have on within 90 days of the inauguration. ninety days have come and gone but all policy provided while the executive branch's disheartening this committee has not stood selfhood but has adopted more than 50 provisions to enable the department to defend against threats in cyberspace. cyberis an issue to require an integrated approach we simply do not have that now. the very fact that each agency o
that area and a strategic pushed by china to reshape the market in its favor using industrial policies backed by $100 billion in government directed funds. with semi conductor technology critical to the operation of critical us defense systems i am concerned china's industrial policies pose a real threat to us national security. tools that you are very familiar with to deal with this, the interagency committee on foreign investment in the us. the nsa is a key contributor to national security assessment, the military services, combat commands have a role in this process, cyber calm's leading role in the department how is the command posture to support for severus process for potential foreign mergers and acquisitions that have significant implications with the cyber mission? >> predominantly in iraq the process, the nsa side, one of the implications for the future, it is just one input i tried to make with the new team, we need to step back and assess the process and make sure it is optimized for the rules of today and tomorrow, i'm watching nationstates rate inside knowledge a
and china. this hearing of the senate armed services committee is two hours and 15 minutes. >> the committee meets today on the hearing on the -- welcome back mike rogers command director, chief of the central security service and several other titles, i believe. we are grateful for your many years of distinguished service and for your appearance before the committee today. threats to the united states in cyberspace continue to grow in scope and severity. our nation remains unprepared to address these threats which will be a defining feature of 21st century warfare. as a result this committee has focused its attention on cybersecurity. we have expressed our concern at lack of strategy and policy for addressing our cyber threats. we were hopeful that without any threats from the last administration, the new administration promised one within 90 days of the inauguration. but 90 days have come and gone and no such policy and strategy have been provided. while have been provided. while inaction from the executive branch has been disheartening, this committee has not stood still. in fac
to u.s. computer systems. he highlighted the government-sponsored hacking by russia and china, as well as the threat posed by nonstate actors. this hearing of the senate armed service committee is to are some 15 minutes. [inaudible] [inaudible] >> the committee meets today foy hearing on the united states cyber command. we're pleased welcome back admirable mike rogers, the commander of the national security agency, chief essential security service, and several other titles i believe. we are grateful for your many years of distinguished service and for your appearance be for the committee today. threats to the united states and cyberspace continue to grow in scope and severity. our nation remains willfully am prepared to address the threats which will be a defining feature of 21st century warfare. as a result, the committee is focused its attention on cyber security. we've expressed our concern that lack of a strategy and policy for addressing hours cyber threats. we're hopeful after years of serious efforts to develop a strategy impulsive from the lesson ministration, the new admi
the dangers of increasing threats posed by russia and china. held by the senate armed services committee, this is two hours and 15 minutes. >> good morning. all right. >> the committee meets today for a hearing on the posture of united states cyber command. we're pleased to welcome back admiral mike rogers, the commander, chief of the central security service and several other titles, i believe. we are grateful for your many years of distinguished service and for your appearance before the committee today. threats to the united states in cyber space continue to grow in scope and severity. but our nation remains woefully unprepared to address these threats which will be a defining feature of 21st century warfare. as a result, this committee has focused its attention on cyber security. we have expressed our concern at lack of strategy and policy for addressing our cyber threats. we were hopeful after years without any serious effort for a cyber deterrence policy from the last administration, the new administration promised one within 90 days of the inauguration. but 90 days have
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