By Julio Rivera:
This week, the National Security Agency (NSA) made a major announcement regarding America’s plan to combat international threats in the midst of an ongoing and seemingly never-ending series of cyber-skirmishes.
A new unit within the NSA, the Cybersecurity Directorate, will focus on the growing threat to America posed by international hacking and is set to be led by Anne Neuberger. Neuberger was previously the agency’s chief risk officer, its first, a position that was created to plug leaks after the Edward Snowden fiasco. She also was the NSA’s deputy director of operations and, most recently, the former head of an NSA unit known as the Russia Small Group. That group was tasked with managing threats posed by foreign hackers during the 2018 midterm elections.
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