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Synonyms for NSA

the United States cryptologic organization that coordinates and directs highly specialized activities to protect United States information systems and to produce foreign intelligence information

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According to sources, Delhi Police is facing legal hassles in implementing MHA's suggestion as according to top brass, the convict is a juvenile and is not a fit case to be booked under NSA.
The launch will mainly target participation of 300 delegates from government, provinces, NSA constituencies, Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs), colleges, universities, Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training and Quality Councils.
We provide our clients with a wide range of experience and a proven track record," said NSA President and CEO Frank Ray, AIA.
Phil Stocker, NSA chief executive, said the arrangement was a natural extension to the association's work.
NSA chief executive Phil Stocker picked up on the theme by discussing and inviting comment on several areas of the association's current policy work.
The documents reveal that the NSA ranks targets according to how difficult they are to decrypt.
The meeting discussed the cooperation and coordination between the Arab Union for Surveying and the NSA.
The NSA 7130 is a dual-socket network security appliance with support for the full range of Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 product family and up to 512GB of DDR4 memory.
In the recent reports, the press published about the alleged activities of the NSA on looking through social network accounts on spying people.
The NSA says that the LOVEINT revelations were primarily self-reported--usually in the course of a polygraph administered as part of the security clearance renewal process.
But he was using that extreme hypothetical situation to point out the NSA gets its authorization from the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court so most anything is possible, the report said.
Potentially most damaging are reports that the NSA tapped Angela Merkel's cell phone starting in 2002, three years before she became chancellor of Germany.
if they were already under surveillance overseas by the NSA.
The NSA was "interested in (France's) foreign policy objectives, especially the weapons trade, and economic stability", the magazine said.