Nations vital information, infrastructure, military forces and a wide range of U.S. interests, technologies and personnel around the world can be put in jeopardy if the intelligence fails
Counterintelligence agencies should review their operations to identify efforts by terrorists to penetrate or manipulate the United States. They should also assess how key foreign intelligence services advance or obstruct U.S. efforts to fight terrorism and counter those activities that are hostile.
Each U.S. agency or department should devise computer-based counterintelligence against foreign-government and private-sector hackers. Moreover, counterspy agencies need to "act jointly to understand, confound, manipulate and thwart" intelligence threats, and "when necessary, they should disrupt these activities through arrest and expulsion.
5. The struggle against terrorism is multidimensional. This means that it has a wide scope and importance, and many factors influence the problem. What are the various dimensions of the problem of fighting