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China is now a direct “peer” of the United States on the cyber, says a senior law-enforcement authority

nearvideo house Committee to hear testimony about the Russian disinformation, attacks

The legislator focuses on the lessons to learn American voters, for 2020, according to the Russian orientation of the European elections; Catherine Herridge reports from Washington.

China claim is grown full in his cyber-skills, and is now, as a direct “peer” of the United States after years of lagging behind, a senior law enforcement official told Fox News.

The official also said there is growing U.S. concern over the so-called “hybrid threat”, in which governments contract out Cyber-attacks on criminal organizations that sell their services. The purpose is to act in the unit, as a Deputy, or cut-outs to create plausible deniability.

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After the 2016 presidential elections, the FBI created a special task force to disrupt the focus of foreign influence and the choice of intervention, following the efforts of the Russians in this competition.

The official said, there is every expectation, trying to be Russians, again to intervene in US elections, warning that the new technology opens the door to new tactics.

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Meanwhile, at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado on Thursday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg argued that the Russian efforts to divide and weaken the Alliance failed.

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He also said that the Alliance of the dangers now contributing more defense dollars-about $ 100 billion-according to President Trump high, the pressure on other countries.

“President Trump has a very expenditure is clear on the importance of increased defense, and I said, and I repeat that this is a very clear message, to the effect,” Stoltenberg said. “The good news is that after years of cutting defense budgets, all the allies are now spending, increasing defense.”

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