NSA / National Security Agency stories
Revamp of cyber security measures needed amid rising global threats
Organisations must revamp cybersecurity as digital advancements increasingly expose businesses and public services to cyber threats.
Former Northrop Grumman Executive Joins QuSecure Leadership Team
QuSecure has named former Northrop Grumman executive Aaron Moore as EVP, Head of Engineering to lead its engineering and software development.
Former NSA Director Joins Duality Advisory Board
Former NSA Director Michael Rogers joins Duality Technologies as advisor for privacy-preserving data collaboration in public and private sectors.
Cohesity appoints Kevin Mandia as CEO of Mandiant
Cohesity appoints Kevin Mandia, CEO of Mandiant and cybersecurity expert, to its board and forms a Security Advisory Council to advise on emerging threats.
Huawei chairman accuses the US of spying
Huawei boss rebuts US spy fears, champions digital inclusion at MWC.
'Leaker' behind massive NSA breach possibly still working at agency
A cybersecurity expert has said it is a ‘stunning admission’ by the former CIA director about the NSA breach that is being touted as catastrophic.
Russian hackers steal from US government again – expert says US at fault
Piers Wilson says that in some ways, it is genuinely shocking that the NSA has allowed a contractor to expose vital US cyber-defence data like this.
Former NSA exec to take charge of global security at Fortinet
Fortinet appoints Phil Quade as CISO, with responsibility for information security and expanding the company's federal and critical infrastructure business.
Net Neutrality itself might kill our online privacy
Advances in net neutrality in the USA could be a Trojan horse for online privacy, amid Snowden's leaks and emerging cyber vulnerabilities.
Key must 'come clean' on NSA / GCSB fibre optic cable interception
Green Party calls on PM John Key to explain discussions about a US interception site on New Zealand's fibre optic cable.
Is US whistleblower becoming Snowed-in?
US whistleblower Edward Snowden navigates globe from Moscow to Ecuador, eluding US capture with WikiLeaks' support. Is his refuge within reach?.
Attacks on Google linked to schools
The spate of online attacks on Google and many other US<br />companies and organisations has been linked to two educational institutions in<br />China, one with ties to the military.