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Michael Rogers Takes Leadership Reins At NSA, Cyber Command

Michael Rogers was sworn in as the National Security Agency director and U.S. Cyber Command lead during a ceremony Wednesday held at Fort Meade, Md., the American Forces Press Service reported. Jim Garamone writes that Rogers, a four-star Navy admiral, aims to expand NSA’s and Cybercom’s partnerships with U.S. allies and …

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Report: President Obama Nominates Michael Rogers to Lead NSA

President Barack Obama has selected Vice Adm. Michael Rogers to lead the National Security Agency and the Defense Department’s cyber units, The Washington Post reported Saturday. Ellen Nakashima writes Rogers could succeed incumbent NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander who will retire on March 14. Alexander has served as NSA director …

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Defense Officials View Cyber as Top Security Issue

A new Defense News poll has found cyber attacks as the top security concern among defense leaders in government and industry, with 45.1 percent of 352 respondents ranking it as number one, National Journal reported Monday. Jordain Carney writes terror attacks came in as the second greatest area of concern, close …

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