Truman Project Defense Council Member Andrew Borene discusses cybersecurity, NSA, Edward Snowden, and more specifically, encryption technology. Click here to listen to the entire audio.
With each revelation of the National Security Agency’s vast surveillance network, one thing is becoming clear: The generals charged with designing and managing the agency’s initiatives—NSA Director Keith Alexander and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper—have been unable or unwilling to call attention to critical program details with broad societal implications. The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday that […]
Truman Project Deputy Director of New Media John McCauley discusses the implications of the @natsecwonk scandal The national security twitterverse can be a pretty small place. But still, it came as a surprise to many of us that the infamous @natsecwonk was working in the White House. @natsecwonk — or Jofi Joseph — was fired this […]
The Truman National Security Project’s Director of Cyberspace Matthew Rhoades talks about the Syrian Electronic Army, and the threat they pose. The U.S. National Security Agency is believed to be investigating the Syrian Electronic Army, by accessing some members’ computers and networks to understand if they have the capability to launch a larger attack, according […]
Truman Project Director of the Cyberspace & Security Program Matthew Rhoades is quoted in Emelie Rutherford’s article regarding Syrian hacking capabilities. The U.S. National Security Agency is believed to be investigating the Syrian Electronic Army, by accessing some members’ computers and networks to understand if they have the capability to launch a larger attack, according to […]