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NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
CENTRAL SECURITY SERVICE

FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, MARYLAND 20755-6000

NSA PRESS RELEASE
9 February 2005
For further information contact:
NSA Public and Media Affairs, 301-688-6524

NSA Information Assurance Director Speaking at the 14th Annual RSA Conference, 14-18 February 2005 - NSA/CSS

Mr. Daniel G. Wolf, the National Security Agency’s Director of Information Assurance, will speak at the 14 th Annual RSA Conference on Wednesday, 16 February 2005, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.

Mr. Wolf's presentation will focus on the challenges of maintaining adequate security in the face of the today's hyper-connected information environment. His presentation will include topics such as national information assurance challenges, opportunities for partnering with industry, protecting the DoD’s Global Information Grid, and NSA’s Centers of Academic Excellence. The information assurance challenges that the U.S. government faces in the future will require everyone on the network to work together to improve security.

The Director, NSA, is the national manager for all national security information systems throughout the U.S. Government. National security systems are those telecommunications and information systems operated by the U.S. Government, its contractors, or agents, that contain classified information or that involve intelligence or cryptologic activities, systems for command and control of military forces, equipment that is an integral part of a weapon or weapon system, or systems that are critical to the direct fulfillment of military or intelligence missions.

Mr. Wolf will be available for interviews; please contact the NSA Public and Media Affairs Office at 301-688-6524 or nsapao@nsa.gov to coordinate an interview.

For more information on NSA/CSS or its information assurance mission, visit the NSA/CSS homepage at www.nsa.gov.

Defending Our Nation. Securing The Future.

 

Historical Document | Date Posted: Jan 15, 2009

 
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