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FCW : August 30, 2016
August 30, 2016 FCW.COM 13 you can get,” the better, he told FCW, while stressing that specific mission requirements should not get lost in that consolidation. However, retired Gen. Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA and NSA, said it is better to keep the two agencies’ main cyber organizations at arm’s length from each other. Drawing an analogy with traditional airspace, Hayden said NSA was the equivalent of the Air Force and the CIA’s Infor- mation Operations Center (the cyber center that preceded DDI) was akin to Marine Corps aviation. In other words, they have distinct roles that should not be blended too much. CIA Director John Brennan said recently that in establish- ing DDI, the CIA was not trying to replicate what NSA does. “We do a lot of partnering with NSA, and we have bench- marked against them and FBI and others,” Brennan said July 13 at the Brookings Institution. “And there are a fair amount of groups that are multi-agency in terms of their efforts. So as we grow, we need to take a fresh look at how the gov- ernment cyber and digital-related entities are interoperating with one other.” Cultural differences pose challenges President George W. Bush established the National Counter- terrorism Center in 2004 to knock down the walls to intelli- gence sharing that the 2001 terrorist attacks made evident. In a similar vein, President Barack Obama ordered the creation of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center in Feb- ruary 2015 to connect the dots on cyberthreat intelligence. CTIIC comprises specialists from NSA, the CIA, the FBI and other intelligence agencies. The center has a limit of 50 employees (NCTC is many times larger), and Director Tonya Ugoretz said in a recent interview that there are no plans to expand. Shedd said he would like to see a much larger multi-agency cyber center that is commensurate with the threat. “I would argue that you would be better off before a big [cyberattack] comes to plan around an NCTC model,” he said. HOW SYNCED CAN (AND SHOULD) NSA AND CIA BE ON CYBER? 0830fcw_012-014.indd 13 8/10/16 12:17 PM
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