National Security Agency
The NSA Story
The National Security Agency (NSA) exists to obtain insight into foreign adversaries' plans and intentions and protect our U.S. cybersecurity interests. We provide national security insights and threat warnings to government decision-makers and eradicate cybersecurity threats.
How You Can Contribute
Do you desire to do something bigger than yourself? Do you want your job to matter to you and to others? You can do that by providing the technical capabilities necessary to successfully execute NSA's mission to protect our Nation. The increased complexity of supporting NSA's mission requires world class researchers, programmers, and developers who operate in teams in software engineering, information technology infrastructure, high performance computing, data science, architectures, cybersecurity, and networking in order to design and develop advanced tools, techniques, and systems. You can be part of that team!
Given the pace of technologies and myriad of adversaries in the cyber realm and foreign nation state actors, software engineers at the NSA develop the technologies and abilities to maintain our advantage in national defense and information gathering. Software engineers develop the systems needed to manage data (collect, extract value, route, etc.) at scale, build user interfaces, protect the nation's systems, and identify and develop support infrastructure as a service provider to the agency and Intelligence Community.
* Creating secure applications that scale from small platforms to globally interconnected data centers
* Identifying and retrieving the most important pieces of information out of 100s of petabytes of data
* Leveraging open source software
* Integrating off-the-shelf and government developed software
* Conducting cybersecurity evaluations of system/architecture components
* Designing, dev