Now the Head of NSA Is Concerned About Russia Hacking U.S. Elections
The head of the National Security Agency, Adm. Michael Rogers, said on Tuesday that he is concerned about the possibility of Russia hacking the U.S. electoral process.
During a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Sen. John McCain asked Rogers if Russia could “disrupt the voting results in the upcoming election,” NBC reported. The back-and-forth went like this:
Admiral Mike Rogers, head of the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, spoke about the disparate structure with some states voting manually and others electronically.