Law enforcement officials confirmed that they are investigating a New York Post report about hacking high profile email accounts
Among those affected are reportedly CIA Director John Brennan and DHS secretary Jeh Johnson
The FBI and Secret Service are investigating reports that non-government personal accounts associated with CIA Director John Brennan as well as Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson were hacked, law enforcement officials told CNN.
The New York Post first interviewed the alleged hacker, who said he accessed an AOL email account associated with Brennan that included files regarding his security clearance application, and the hacker also claims to have accessed a Comcast account associated with Johnson.
In an interview with CNN on Monday, the alleged hacker said he has yet to be contacted by law enforcement.