White House cyber czar says push for norms will move to small group of allies
The Trump administration will continue its predecessor's push for the adoption of global norms governing state behavior in cyberspace, but is effectively back-burnering stalled efforts to do so through the United Nations, preferring instead to work with small groups of allied countries, White House cybersecurity czar Rob Joyce said Tuesday.
Shadow Brokers leaks show U.S. spies successfully hacked Russian, Iranian targets
The leaks show which organizations were targeted by the NSA and what tools were used to compromise them.
NSA cyber-defense chief: 'I have never been more busy'
Paul Pitelli, the man responsible for leading the National Security Agency’s defensive mission, says his team is fielding more calls than ever from agencies across the government.
Meet the man responsible for teaching some of the NSA's best young hackers
Underlining the NSA's race to hire the best and brightest is a list of universities that offer myriad of computer security training programs, each providing a stepping stone into the secretive agency. In this context, Carnegie Mellon University is to the NSA what the University of Alabama is to the NFL.
NSA's best are 'leaving in big numbers,' insiders say
Low morale at the NSA is causing some of the agency’s most talented people to leave in favor of private sector jobs, former NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander said Tuesday. Several other agency insiders supported his assertion that the NSA is experiencing a "brain drain."