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NSA to Launch Hiring Website for Intelligence Agencies; Kathy Hutson Comments

The National Security Agency plans to launch a Web portal that will support talent recruiting efforts for the intelligence community in a similar matter to USAJobs.gov, Federal News Radio reported Friday. Kathy Hutson, human resources director at NSA, told the station the website works to support the overall employee hiring and retention effort. According to Hutson, …

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Former NSA, NCTC Chiefs Point to Security Threats in Cyber, Terror

Keith Alexander, former National Security Agency director, highlighted the growing threat of cyber attacks on power grids, financial systems and other critical infrastructure during a recent Aspen Security Forum event, Politico reported Thursday. Josh Gerstein writes that Alexander anticipates that Congress will pass the proposed legislation on cyber information sharing between …

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Rep. Adam Schiff: Congress Could Address NSA Reform After Passage of Cyber Legislation

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has said Congress will likely prioritize the passage of cybersecurity legislation before lawmakers tackle potential changes in the National Security Agency‘s mass surveillance authority, National Journal reported Sunday. Dustin Volz writes Schiff told the publication last week that Congress has not yet initiated any high-level conversation …

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Michael Rogers: Some Nation-States Capable of ‘Cyber Pearl Harbor’ Attack on US

National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers has cautioned that some nation-states have the ability to launch a concerted cyber attack and steal U.S. intellectual property, National Defense Magazine reported Monday. Yasmin Tadjdeh writes that Rogers, who also heads U.S. Cyber Command, believes that countries such as China and Russia can target the financial sector and critical infrastructure …

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