Congress raises concern over future of NSA’s Rogers

Several senior members of Congress are up in arms over media reports that the current National Security Agency (NSA) director’s job is in jeopardy. Among them are the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, who’s called Defense Secretary Ash Carter and National Intelligence Director James Clapper to testify about why they reportedly recommended the removal of Adm. Mike Rogers. Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu talks about it on this week’s Pentagon Solutions.

Also, finding ways to improve cybersecurity has become a way of life. A perfect solution is elusive because the threats always change. But the network itself remains an important focus for cyber efforts. John Kindervag, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, provides some of the latest strategies for mitigating network threats.

 

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