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Glenn Gerstell to Leave NSA General Counsel Post

Glenn Gerstell
Glenn Gerstell

Glenn Gerstell, general counsel at the National Security Agency, has announced he is stepping down from his role to transition a nonprofit think tank, CyberScoop reported Friday. He gave legal advise to both Gen. Paul Nakasone and Adm. Michael Rogers over a five-year tenure as NSA's general counsel.

“It was truly an honor to be able to serve this agency and play a part in keeping our nation safe," the general counsel said in an email.

Gerstell will join the Center for Strategic and International Studies to serve as a cyber technology-focused senior adviser. CSIS works to address global challenges through practical research.

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