US needs to reform efforts to stop enemy spies, report says

              FILE - People walk past an American flag at the start of a work day, at the Oculus, part of the World Trade Center transportation hub in New York, Sept. 11, 2019. A new Senate study warns that U.S. spy agencies’ efforts to stop China and other adversaries from stealing secrets are hampered by miscommunication and a lack of money and staff at the agency intended to coordinate those efforts. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)
              FILE - Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner, D-Va., speaks to a reporter at the Capitol in Washington, March 16, 2022. “The United States faces a dramatically different threat landscape today than it did just a couple of decades ago,” said Warner, “New threats and new technology mean that we have to make substantial adjustments to our counterintelligence posture if we are going to protect our country’s national and economic security.” (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
              FILE - FBI Director Christopher Wray speaks during a news conference Aug. 10, 2022, in Omaha, Neb. The FBI has said it opens a new counterintelligence investigation involving China every 10 hours on average. “The Chinese government is set on stealing your technology — whatever it is that makes your industry tick — and using it to undercut your business and dominate your market,” Wray told business leaders in a recent speech in London. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)