defunct acronym for: British Library Sound Archive
ational ecurity gency - primary ELINT, SIGINT, COMINT and TEHCINT gathering agency.
National Sheriffs' Association
National Sunroom Association is an international, member-directed trade association dedicated to the advancement of the manufacture and construction of safe, energy efficient and environmentally conscious sunrooms, patio rooms, and solariums.
National Stroke Association
National Skills Authority
National Security Agency. the US governmental body involving cryptanalysis and cryptography.
National Security Agency. O&I--operations and intelligence.
National Security Agency based in Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
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National Security Agency Additional Information: http://www.nsa.gov
National Security Agency (US government)
NSA National Security Agency, the Sigint agency of the United States
National Security Agency. Agency of the U. S. government responsible for intercepting foreign communications for intelligence reasons and for developing crypto systems to protect U. S. government communications.
industry:(National Security Agency) You are probably expecting some left-wing, Berkeleyesque snipes at this federal agency, but the NSA is in this glossary only because they possess the largest concentration of computing power in the US, and quite possibly in the world. Just thought you might want to know.
National Security Agency. The United States of America's official cryptographic organ.
The National Security Agency
National Security Agency, known within the SpecWar community as No Such Agency.
National Security Agency (US GCHQ equivalent)
US National Security Agency
National Security Agency. A United States government agency reportedly responsible for monitoring and decoding all foreign communications of interest to the security of the United States.
National Speakers Association. A member of the Convention Industry Council.
Negative Security Assurances
(U.S.) National Security Agency
National Security Agency. This agency is charged with the tasks of exploiting foreign electromagnetic signals and protecting the electronic information critical to U. S. national security.
National Security Agency. A security-conscious U.S.government agency whose mission is to decipher and monitor foreign communications.
National Security Agency. US-American governmental agency with a mandate to listen to and decode foreign communications of interest to US security. Controls the export of cryptographic products.