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NBC retracts article accusing Biden cyber official of dual loyalty

The article quoted only anonymous sources, including multiple who suggested that Neuberger’s ties to AIPAC donations “would raise a lot of eyebrows” about her impartiality.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
29/01/2021

CIA, NSA opposed release of unverified Russia intelligence to Republicans

The sources requested anonymity because of the issue's sensitivity.

By REUTERS
02/10/2020
Edward Snowden speaks via video link during a news conference in New York City, U.S.

US court: Mass surveillance program exposed by Snowden was illegal

"I never imagined that I would live to see our courts condemn the NSA's activities as unlawful and in the same ruling credit me for exposing them," Snowden said.

By REUTERS
03/09/2020
A man types into a keyboard during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.

NSA, Israeli, UK cyber chiefs confront new hacker threats in corona era

INCD Chief Yigal Unna said that bad actors “are intervening more in the cybersphere because it is harder for them to go out and make trouble in the physical world.”

National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland

NSA warns of ongoing Russian hacking campaign against US systems

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also called out the same GRU unit in February for conducting a cyberattack against the country of Georgia.

By REUTERS
28/05/2020
Mossad Director Yossi Cohen

US intel community in crisis, but Israeli-US intel cooperation unimpacted

US intelligence officials to Israel before Trump’s inauguration: Be careful sharing intelligence with incoming administration.

Maryland Lt.-Gov. recruiting Israeli hi-tech companies to his state

Rutherford presented at Cybertech and then he and his team met with several promising Israeli companies

National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland

NSA 'EternalBlue' tool facilitates cyberattacks worldwide including U.S.

Many of the targets in the US have been local governments, such as Baltimore and San Antonio, where public employees often oversee networks using outdated software.

26/05/2019
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