China’s spies hacked into computers at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation from 2010 until 2013 — and American government officials tried to cover it up, according to aCongressional report.
The House of Representative’s Science, Space and Technology Committee released its investigative report on Wednesday.
It presents the FDIC’s bank regulators as technologically inept — and deceitful.
According to congressional investigators, the Chinese government hacked into 12 computers and 10 backroom servers at the FDIC, including the incredibly sensitive personal computers of the agency’s top officials: the FDIC chairman, his chief of staff, and the general counsel.
When congressional investigators tried to review the FDIC’s cybersecurity policy, the agency hid the hack, according to the report. – READ MORE