IC in the News

IC in the News

Alternate-reality games are no longer just for geeks and corporations that want to sell you stuff. America’s intelligence agents now think these interactive games could make for a better way to study human psychology and social behavior.
The National Security Agency (NSA), home to America’s codemakers and codebreakers, recently celebrated its 60th anniversary. Tom Fox spoke with the agency’s deputy director, John Inglis, about this unique defense agency and its goals for the future.
The intelligence community, as part of a new interagency effort to counter cyberspying, will consider feeding questions to U.S. attorneys for suspects to aid espionage investigations, federal officials said on Wednesday.
Agency leaders across government are going on the offensive to send Congress a message about sequestration. They want Congressional leaders to know the Defense Department isn't the only agency that sequestration will hurt.
With a March 1 deadline for sequestration legislation approaching, it’s the season for scare talk about the effects of budget cuts. But even discounting for this, the warning Thursday from Director of National Intelligence James Clapper about the impact on America’s spy agencies was ominous.
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