In response to major hacks by Russia and China that escaped the notice of U.S. intelligence agencies, the Biden administration is considering a closer partnership with private industry among possible solutions, reports the New York Times

The sophisticated hacks pulled off by Russia and China against a broad array of government and industrial targets in the United States — and the failure of the intelligence agencies to detect them—are driving the Biden administration and Congress to rethink how the nation should protect itself from growing cyberthreats.

Both hacks exploited the same gaping vulnerability in the existing system: They were launched from inside the United States—on servers run by Amazon, GoDaddy and smaller domestic providers—putting them out of reach of the early warning system run by the National Security Agency.

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