Information sharing at the NSA (video)

Friday, 17 August 2007, 10:22 AM EST

The topic of information sharing among US intelligence agencies, the FBI, and other federal agencies has attracted attention since 9/11. At Defcon XV, Joe Barr had the opportunity to ask Tony Sager, chief of the National Security Agency's Vulnerability Analysis and Operations Group, about information sharing within the agency.

At Linux.com

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