The State National Security Committee of Kyrgyzstan revealed connection of a leader of a terrorist group with former military prosecutor Kubatbek Jojonaliev, who was detained on October 3 following the rally demanding nationalization of Kumtor project in Bishkek, AKIpress was told in the national security agency on October 26.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National Security Agency (US government)
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- Nashville School of the Arts (Tennessee)
- National Safety Associates
- National Safety Association
- National School of Administration (China)
- National Scout Association
- National Scrabble Association
- National Scrapbooking Association
- National Security Act
- National Security Advisor
- National Security Affairs
- National Security Agents (gaming clan)
- National Security Anarchists (hacker group)
- National Security Archive
- National Security Area
- National Seniors Australia (est. 1976)
- National Sentinel Audit
- National Service Alliance, LLC
- National Sex Authority
- National Sheep Association (Malvern, Worcestershire, UK)
- National Sheriffs' Association (Alexandria, VA, USA)
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An Office of Professional Standards would also be established at the National Security Agency and exercise its prerogatives as stipulated in decree 28 for 2012.
Gates said the challenge for cyber security efforts inside the United States is that resources and expertise are concentrated in the military and the National Security Agency (NSA, which raises thorny legal questions about civil liberties.
CRITICAL THINKING/CLASS VOTE * Ask for a show of hands on this question: Would you mind if the National Security Agency included your family's phone conversations in a temporary national electronic surveillance operation in the search for terrorists?
Although this comparison applies to a number of the Bush administration's efforts in the "War on Terror," this tragi-comic image is especially called to mind by the president's insistence on the need for broad electronic surveillance authority for the National Security Agency (NSA).
Or this: The National Security Agency has received more requests for information about UFOs than for any topic from reporters.
First proposed last April, key-escrow encryption requires the use of a special chip (sometimes called Clipper) to encrypt digitized speech and data according to a classified mathematical formula developed by the National Security Agency (SN: 8/28/93, p.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- The McDonnell Douglas Intrusion Detection Optical Communications System (MIDOCS) has received official endorsement from the National Security Agency (NSA).