Women of Color Magazine recently selected La Naia Jones as a national 2020 Technology All-Star in honor of her leadership and impact in the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC). Ms. Jones who joined NSA in 2002, served in many technical and leadership positions, and deployed to multiple hostile areas is currently serving as Acting Chief Information Officer
Topic: National Security Agency (NSA)
Ensuring the security of mobile application (app) software for use within the federal government no longer needs to be time consuming or expensive.
Desmond Henderson, a senior cyber security major at the University of North Georgia (UNG), thought the National Security Agency's Codebreaker Challenge (CBC) would be just like many of the other Capture the Flag hacking events he'd participated in over the years, but he was wrong.
The National Security Agency updated guidance to help federal agencies choose secure collaboration services, changing its determination of whether a number of products offered end-to-end encryption and other security features.
In an effort to better protect the U.S. defense industrial base from malware-based threats, the National Security Agency has launched a pilot program on securing Domain Name System use for U.S. defense contractors.
The NSA has raised the alarm over what it says is Russia's active exploitation of a remote-code execution flaw in Exim for which a patch exists.
One of the National Security Agency's newly minted Cybersecurity Directorate's goals is to quickly share information on adversarial threats with the private sector - but the process for doing that needs to be refined, the directorate's leader said Thursday.
The National Security Agency is creating a Cybersecurity Directorate to better protect the country against cyberthreats from foreign adversaries, NSA Director Gen. Paul Nakasone said Tuesday.
The EternalBlue hacking exploit, already used in the infamous WannaCry and NotPetya attacks, has now surfaced in the NSA's own backyard, says The New York Times.
A leading cybersecurity firm found evidence Chinese intelligence operatives repurposed National Security Agency (NSA) hacking technology in 2016 to attack American allies and private firms in Europe and Asia, according to The New York Times.