Tags National Security Agency (NSA)
Ex-NSA employee charged with violating Espionage Act, selling U.S. cyber secrets
The former employee allegedly told an undercover FBI agent he was willing to sell classified documents for a $85,000 due to significant debt.
Opinion: Why doctrinal arguments continue to stymie effective cyber policies
U.S. cyberspace policymakers view military principles with a dangerous disregard of what it actually takes to make American networks secure.
Cyber Command's rotation 'problem' exacerbates talent shortage amid growing digital threat
Many former Cyber Command and NSA officials say the military's rotation system and approach to retirement robs the military of cyber talent.
U.S. Cyber Command completes defensive cyber mission in Croatia
Cyber National Mission Force deployed to Croatia recently, the latest example of a so-called "hunt forward" operation.
Cyber Command urges private sector to share intelligence, aid defensive digital operations
Cyber Command Executive Director Dave Frederick emphasized that Cyber Command relies on the private sector for intelligence and said he hopes more companies will report cyber incidents.
House Armed Services chair calls national security software, systems 'too vulnerable'
Rep. Adam Smith said the U.S. needs to invest in modernizing national security software and systems, which he said are vulnerable to cyberattacks.