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New NSA, CyberCom Chief Tells Workforce: Forget Snowden, Do The Mission

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: “One of the things I try to tell the work force out there is this is not what is going to define us,” said Adm. Mike Rogers, new head of the National Security Agency and US Cyber Command. After two months in the job — and halfway through this morning’s Q&A at a Bloomberg Government… Keep reading →

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Obama Boosts How Foreigners SIGINT Data Is Treated; Issues PPD 28

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WASHINGTON: In a speech that demonstrated just how important SIGINT really is, President Obama issued a new policy directive today that essentially says, we’ll be more careful in the future about containing leaks, making allies mad at us and giving American’s reason to think we might be violating their privacy. Perhaps most importantly, the new… Keep reading →

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ACLU Sets Tone On CISPA Opposition As Bill Passes House Decisively

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WASHINGTON: The American Civil Liberties Union, those card-carrying folks, have come straight out in opposition to CISPA, the House cybersecurity bill. The ACLU cited the Obama administration’s “veto threat” in its statement, released soon after the 288-127 bipartisan vote in favor of the bill. But the administration’s veto threat is pretty squishy, if past Obama… Keep reading →

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Cybersecurity Law Is No Threat To Privacy: NSA Chief Gen. Alexander

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WASHINGTON: The nation needs cyber-security legislation to authorize sharing of threat data between industry and government in real time, said Gen. Keith Alexander, chief of both the National Security Agency and the US Cyber Command, and it can be done without any danger to individual privacy. “This cyber legislation that’s coming up is going to… Keep reading →

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