Home / Tag Archives: National Security Agency (page 19)

Tag Archives: National Security Agency

ExecutiveGov’s Need-to-Reads

ExecutiveGov’s round-up of news you need to read to stay up to speed on federal policy impacting the government-contracting community. Wrap-up of Gen. Alexander’s Cybercom Hearings Cyber news and analysis website (and ExecutiveGov sister site) The New New Internet has an interesting wrap-up of NSA Director and U.S. Cyber Command …

Read More »

Attention, Techies! NSA Wants YOU

NSA Launches High-Tech Recruiting Tools The National Security Agency is launching a full-court press to recruit new hires for its cybersecurity initiatives. The high-tech outreach efforts to the digital generation represent one of the largest hiring efforts in recent years, the agency said. NSA is leveraging the power and ubiquity …

Read More »

NSA Breaks Ground on $1.2B Cybersecurity ‘Spy Center’

The Intelligence Community’s efforts to strengthen cybersecurity got a billion-dollar upgrade last week. The National Security Agency, along with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, broke ground last Thursday on a plot in Utah that eventually will become a one million square-foot, $1.2 billion state-of-the-art data center on the grounds …

Read More »

Pentagon Attempts to Buy Up Book on Afghan War

The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency is attempting to stop a controversial book about the Afghan war from being published in what the agency claims is a matter of national security. Operation Dark Heart was written by former Army Reserve Lt. Col.  and intelligence officer Anthony A. Shaffer, who was stationed …

Read More »

NSA to Launch New Cybersecurity Program

The National Security Agency revealed yesterday its plan to unveil a national cybersecurity program called “Perfect Citizen” to asses vulnerabilities and secure critical infrastructures. The surveillance platform plans to detect cyber threats in private companies and federal agencies through a set of sensors placed into networks that alert suspicious activity. …

Read More »