Perhaps he is referring to the recent private sector stats of $2 billion a year mentioned by COMCYBERCOM this week in San Antonio? - A call has been made to the Chairman's office seeking clarification - check back here for updates on this story.
UPDATE October 24, 2011
The House Intelligence Comittee responded to the MIL INT inquiry and provided the following sources in support of Congressman Rogers statistics. This puts COMCYBERCOM's statistical reliance on McAfree in an interesting new light.
“Every year, American companies in fields as diverse as energy, technology, entertainment and pharmaceuticals lose between $200 billion-$250 billion to counterfeiting and piracy.”
“According to the Office of the United States Trade Representative, intellectual property theft costs American corporations $250 billion every year.”
“This data also shows that counterfeiting and piracy are costing the United States 200 to 250 billion dollars each year.”