IC in the News

IC in the News

U.S. intelligence agencies face new, evolving threats spurred by advances in technology that require them to become more agile, innovative and technologically superior to maintain America’s global edge, the director of national intelligence says in the 2019 edition of the National Intelligence Strategy.

WASHINGTON — Russia’s efforts to expand its influence and China’s modernizing military are among the “ever more diverse” threats facing the U.S., according to a major intelligence report released Tuesday.

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 15:25

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Sue Gordon, the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, wakes up every day at 3 am, jumps on a Peloton, and reads up on all the ways the world is trying to destroy the United States. By the afternoon, she has usually visited the Oval Office and met with the heads of the 17 intelligence agencies to get threat reports. The self-described “chief operating officer of the intelligence community” has a lot to worry about, but the nearly-30-year veteran is generally optimistic about America’s future. Now, she says, she just needs Silicon Valley to realize that tech and government don’t have to be opposed.

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