Reference: The National Security Archive Launches “Cyber Vault,” Access to Primary Gov Docs on Cyber Actitivty
From Unredacted, National Security Archive Blog:
[The] National Security Archive’s Cyber Vault – an online resource documenting various aspects of US government cyber activity, including hacking and defenses against hacking, cyber intelligence, and cyberwar. The Vault also includes documentation on foreign government and international organizations’ cyber activities. Currently numbering more than 150 curated items, the list will grow with new additions on a weekly basis.
The documents in the Vault’s holdings include US government documents that have been pried loose and made publicly available thanks to systematic use of the FOIA and Mandatory Declassification Review process by Archive staff – led by Dr. Jeffrey Richelson, who directs this new project. Additional primary sources come from industry, academia and other cyber actors – all materials are searchable in this robust online publication in permanent open access formats.
The National Security Archive is located in George Washington University’s Gelman Library.
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