NSA'S PAINFUL INTERNAL AUDIT
After coming under fire in Congress in late November during a debate on the legality of interceptions by the Echelon [...]
A top-line panel has recommended a shake-up in American intelligence that would include such revolutionary moves as uncoupling the Directorate of Intelligence from the CIA and reducing it drastically in size. The panel, chaired by former National Security Agency director [.
European legislation on encryption is widely varied. For instance, Dirk Heuze, head of BSI, the German information security agency, strongly recommends that companies encrypt their messages on the Internet. His French counterpart, gen. Jean-Louis Desvignes, head of the Service Central [.
The high-level panel set up under former defence secretary Harold Brown to assess the performance of the American intelligence community has rejected any massive overhaul of U.S. intelligence. The panel, named the Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the [.
The National Security Agency has undertaken a major rehaul of its signals intelligence operations which reflects the collapse of the Soviet threat, budget reductions and personnel cutbacks in the U.S. intelligence community and an increased commitment to collecting SIGINT to [.
Many high-level officials from the National Security Agency turned up at the latest seminar staged in Washington by Open Sources Solutions, the company headed by Robert Steele which has worked in recent years to encourage intelligence services to use open [.