The head of U.S. Cyber-command is warning Congress that cyber threats are growing and weighs in on Russian efforts to influence the U.S. election.

FOX's Malini Wilkes reports from Washington:

No reduction in the cyber threat from the Russians or the Chinese. Mike Rogers, NSA director and head of U.S. Cyber-command, says he worries about damage to critical infrastructure, massive manipulation of data and cyber-attacks from non-state actors.

On Russian meddling into the U.S. election, Rogers says Moscow clearly targeted one candidate:

(Rogers) "Specifically to make sure candidate Clinton didn't win, and to undercut her effectiveness should she have won."

Though Rogers believes the Russians tried to hurt Clinton, he is less confident they proactively tried to help then-candidate Trump.

In Washington, Malini Wilkes, FOX News.