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Orthodox-Jewish woman, whose parents were rescued at Entebbe, becomes NSA cyber chief

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“I try to lead an examined life,” says Anne Neuberger, the NSA’s chief risk officer. “I try to lead a life where I’m asking myself that question: Have I earned the gift of existence, in some way?” All her grandparents were Holocaust survivors.

Fantastic!! What an incredible accomplishment.

Orthodox-Jewish woman, whose parents were rescued at Entebbe, becomes NSA cyber chief

Neuberger will be the highest-ranking woman at the NSA since 1980

I24 News, July 25, 2019:

An Orthodox Jewish woman has been appointed to head the United States National Security Agency’s (NSA) new Cyber security Directorate, the massive intelligence service announced on Thursday.

Born to parents who were among the hostages rescued by Israeli commandos from Entebbe Airport in 1976, Anne Neuberger grew up in the Hasidic Brooklyn neighborhood of Borough Park and has worked at the NSA for the past decade.

Before being tapped for the Cybersecurity Directorate position, Neuberger helped establish the US Cyber Command and worked as chief risk officer, leading the effort to safeguard the US midterms in 2018.

 

 

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