DNI Ratcliffe Confirms China Election Interference While Intel Community Assessment Delayed

   

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Published on Dec 17, 2020

DNI Ratcliffe Confirms China Election Interference While Intel Community Assessment Delayed

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sources:
1) https://www.foxnews.com/politics/intel-community-assessment-delayed-amid-dispute-over-whether-china-sought-to-influence-2020-election

Intel community assessment delayed amid dispute over whether China sought to influence 2020 election

The intelligence communities classified assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. elections was set to be released by Dec. 18. It is unclear how long the report will be delayed.
EXCLUSIVE: The 2020 Intelligence Community Assessment focused on foreign election influence will be delayed, Fox News has learned, amid a dispute among senior intelligence analysts over whether China sought to influence the election.

"This afternoon the DNI was notified by career intelligence officials that the Intelligence Community will not meet the December 18 deadline, set by Executive Order and Congress, to submit the IC’s classified assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. elections," Amanda Schoch, Assistant DNI for Strategic Communications said in a statement to Fox News. 

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"The IC has received relevant reporting since the election and a number of agencies have not finished coordinating on the product," Schoch continued. "The DNI is committed to providing this report to our customers expeditiously."
The report was expected to be released by Friday, but sources familiar told Fox News that there is a dispute within the intelligence community over what should be included in this 2020 ICA.

DNI Ratcliffe Confirms China Election Interference While Intel Community Assessment Delayed

2) https://www.radio.com/971talk/news/national/herridge-dni-ratcliffe-confirms-china-election-interference

3) https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/16/opinion/fireeye-solarwinds-russia-hack.html

I Was the Homeland Security Adviser to Trump. We’re Being Hacked.
The magnitude of this national security breach is hard to overstate.
By Thomas P. Bossert
Mr. Bossert was the homeland security adviser to President Trump and deputy homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush.
Dec. 16, 2020

The magnitude of this ongoing attack is hard to overstate.
The Russians have had access to a considerable number of important and sensitive networks for six to nine months. The Russian S.V.R. will surely have used its access to further exploit and gain administrative control over the networks it considered priority targets. For those targets, the hackers will have long ago moved past their entry point, covered their tracks and gained what experts call “persistent access,” meaning the ability to infiltrate and control networks in a way that is hard to detect or remove.
While the Russians did not have the time to gain complete control over every network they hacked, they most certainly did gain it over hundreds of them. It will take years to know for certain which networks the Russians control and which ones they just occupy.

The logical conclusion is that we must act as if the Russian government has control of all the networks it has penetrated. But it is unclear what the Russians intend to do next. The access the Russians now enjoy could be used for far more than simply spying.
The actual and perceived control of so many important networks could easily be used to undermine public and consumer trust in data, written communications and services. In the networks that the Russians control, they have the power to destroy or alter data, and impersonate legitimate people. Domestic and geopolitical tensions could escalate quite easily if they use their access for malign influence and misinformation — both hallmarks of Russian behavior.

DNI Ratcliffe Confirms China Election Interference While Intel Community Assessment Delayed


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