Steve Stransky

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Steven G. Stransky is a partner and co-chair of the Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group at Thompson Hine LLP. He is also an adjunct law professor at the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center at Case Western Reserve University School of Law where he teaches on foreign affairs, national security law, and constitutional war powers. Prior to joining Thompson Hine, Mr. Stransky served in the federal government for ten years, including as a deputy legal adviser on the president’s National Security Council and as an attorney-advisor for intelligence law at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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Senate Intelligence Committee

Intel Chiefs Testify on Global Threats, Cybersecurity and Elections

On Jan. 29, the heads of six agencies in the U.S. intelligence community delivered annual testimony in front of the Senate intelligence committee about global threats to U.S. national security. As could be expected, the nature and scope of contemporary cyber threats and electoral security was of significant interest at the hearing, which included the director of national intelligence, the CIA director, and the FBI director.