- Reports say CIA Director John Brennan's personal email may have been hacked, according to Reuters.
- The FBI and the Secret Service are investigating the reports.
- Reports also indicate that no classified information was accessed.
A high school student claims he hacked into CIA Director John Brennan's personal email and the Comcast account of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson. The CIA said it does not think any classified information was accessed, but the hacker told the New York Post Brennan's private account contained sensitive files.
“We are aware of the media report, however as a matter of policy, we do not comment on the secretary’s personal security,” a DHS spokesman said.
The hacker described himself as an American high school student motivated by opposition to U.S. foreign policy.