As Congress is looking into the U.S. Government surveillance programs, the intelligence agencies ironically declassified multiple documents
PROMIS is believed by some to be the forefunner to the now infamous "Prism" program by the National Security Agency (NSA).
Established on Nov. 4, 1952, this year the National Security Agency celebrates 60 years of service to the nation.
Untangling the Web - A Guide to Internet Research NSA Publication
Presidential Transition 2001: NSA Briefs a New Administration
The National Security Agency has declassified an eye-opening pre-history of computers used for code-breaking between the 1930s and 1960s.
Nash is the subject of the Hollywood movie A Beautiful Mind.
Cryptolog was created in 1974 and was, according to the editor, “a new vehicle for the interchange of ideas on technical subjects.”
New NSA explanation for 5 pages of documents to remain classified Top Secret.
Cryptologic Almanac 50th Anniversary Series
UKUSA Agreement marked the reaffirmation of the vital WWII cooperation between the United Kingdom and United States
Declassified issues of the Communicator - NSA's Employee Publication.
The National Security Agency (NSA) Newsletters
The National Security Agency's publication History Today archive.
From April of 1956, to the Fall of 1980, the NSA published the "NSA Technical Journal" which contained articles and intelligence on all sorts of topics.