NSA

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    NSA (National Security Agency) is a provider of security technology services. It offers cybersecurity, signals intelligence, telework and mobile security, computer and analytic science research, technology transfer, threat intelligence and assessment services, etc.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1952
    HQFort Meade, MD, US
    Websitensa.gov

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)1,677
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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    Key People/Management at NSA

    George C. Barnes

    George C. Barnes

    Deputy Director, National Security Agency
    Paul M. Nakasone

    Paul M. Nakasone

    General, U.S. Army; Commander, U.S. Cyber Command; Director, National Security Agency; Chief, Central Security Service
    Douglas S. Coppinger

    Douglas S. Coppinger

    Brigadier General, USAF, Deputy Chief, Central Security Service
    Wendy Noble

    Wendy Noble

    Executive Director, National Security Agency
    Marlisa L. Smith

    Marlisa L. Smith

    Chief of Staff, National Security Agency
    Sheryl D. Lyon

    Sheryl D. Lyon

    Command Sergeant Major, USA; Director's Senior Enlisted Advisor, National Security Agency/Central Security Service
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    NSA Office Locations

    NSA has an office in Fort Meade
    Fort Meade, MD, US (HQ)
    9800 Savage Rd
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    NSA Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1952

    NSA Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    A

    94/100

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    NSA Online and Social Media Presence

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    NSA News and Updates

    The cyber battlefield against China and Russia is constantly shifting. Here’s how the NSA is trying to stay on top.

    “Even as we’re on this call right now, the cyberspace domain is changing,” a senior NSA official said. “New malware is being released, new vulnerabilities are being discovered"

    GAO recommends reevaluation of proposals for $10B NSA cloud contract

    The Government Accountability Office today called for a reevaluation of the proposals submitted by Amazon Web Services Inc. and Microsoft Corp. in connection with a $10 billion cloud contract to enhance the National Security Agency’s technology environment. The $10 billion NSA contract, code-named …

    Mandia Alerted NSA on FireEye's SolarWinds Breach

    MANDIANT CYBER DEFENSE SUMMIT — Washington, DC — It was just before the Thanksgiving holiday in 2020 when Kevin Mandia, then CEO of FIreEye, made a rare and urgent visit to Fort Meade, Md. He shared with the National Security Agency (NSA) stunning details of an aggressive and ultra-sophisticated cyb…

    Cybersecurity is a Team Sport – Be a Champion this Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    NSA is proud to join the global effort to promote strong cybersecurity practices during the 18th annual Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

    Cybersecurity Speaker Series: Embracing a Zero Trust Mindset

    NSA released the second episode in the Cybersecurity Collaboration Center Speaker Series, exploring the concept of Zero Trust, and outlining first steps organizations can take. The Cybersecurity Speaker Series highlights experts at NSA, sharing their insights, lessons learned, and contributions of t…
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    NSA Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was NSA founded?

      NSA was founded in 1952.

    • Who are NSA key executives?

      NSA's key executives are George C. Barnes, Paul M. Nakasone and Douglas S. Coppinger.

    • How many employees does NSA have?

      NSA has 1,677 employees.

    • Who are NSA competitors?

      Competitors of NSA include Qolor, Capa8 and Secure Networks.

    • Where is NSA headquarters?

      NSA headquarters is located at 9800 Savage Rd, Fort Meade.

    • Where are NSA offices?

      NSA has an office in Fort Meade.

    • How many offices does NSA have?

      NSA has 1 office.