National Security Agency
Nakasone: U.S. adversaries have no fear of reprisal for cyberattacks
Paul Nakasone told senators at a congressional hearing Thursday that he doesn’t believe U.S. adversaries in cyberspace fear any repercussions for conducting hacking campaigns and cyber-espionage.
NGA cyber chief Pearce leaves agency
Pearce left NGA in June for new military orders at the National Security Agency.
The NSA is now sharing a bunch of code on GitHub
The notoriously secretive agency has decided to dip its toes into the open source software world.
Meet the man responsible for teaching some of the NSA’s best young hackers
Carnegie Mellon University is to the NSA what the University of Alabama is to the NFL. And Professor David Brumley is CMU’s Nick Saban.
NSA’s Dukes will give ‘international flavor’ to nonprofit CIS
Curtis Dukes, the former head of information assurance at the NSA, says he will work to extend the reach of the nonprofit Center for Internet Security beyond U.S. borders now that he’s taken a post there after retiring following nearly four decades of government service.
NSA seeks pay bump for its ‘high-end, exquisite civilian talent’
NSA Director Michael Rogers recently authorized the introduction of a specially tailored compensation package for the spy agency’s “high-end” cybersecurity workers.