This week saw the FBI Director and the National Intelligence Director announce there has been efforts by Russia and Iran to obtain voter information and the indictment of six Russian intelligence officers said to have been involved in some of the most devastating cyberattacks of the past few years. While United States authorities continue to find evidence of cyberattacks from Russia, Moscow denies any involvement. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Matthew Rojansky, the Director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute, about why Russia seems unconcerned by any allegations of cyber warfare.