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FCW : August 30, 2016
12 August 30, 2016 FCW.COM the past year, the United States’ two best-known intel- ligence agencies have undertaken ambitious reorga- nizations to better adapt to a hyper-digitized world. The National Security Agency further integrated its Signals Intelligence and Information Assurance directorates while also establishing several new directorates covering research and acquisition, among other activities. The CIA created the Directorate for Digital Innovation (DDI) — its first new directorate in over half a century — to handle cyber operations and the agency’s IT enterprise, among other tasks. With those reorganizations still taking effect, FCW asked former CIA and NSA officials how the agencies should col- laborate in cyberspace in pursuit of their missions. David Shedd, a former CIA official who also served as acting director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said he would like to see the CIA, NSA and other intelligence agen- cies more closely coordinate their work in cyberspace. For Shedd, that means integrating NSA’s Threat Operations Center, which detects and helps mitigate cyberthreats, with the CIA’s cyber operations, which are now handled by DDI. “I just see the problem being so enormously big for our nation that the more collaboration, the more integration that BY SEAN LYNGAAS HOW SYNCED CAN (AND SHOULD) NSA AND CIA BE ON CYBER? FCW asked officials how well the National Security Agency and the CIA are collaborating in cyberspace in pursuit of their separate missions In 0830fcw_012-014.indd 12 8/10/16 12:17 PM
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