Even as reports break about the size and scope of the National Security Agency’s vast data storage center in Utah, new details are emerging about a second massive NSA center in San Antonio, Texas. According to the Houston Chronicle, …
If Equifax, Target, Home Depot, and the damn NSA can get hacked, so can you and your company ... It has helped Google run their data centers more efficiently …
Few details about the National Security Agency’s (NSA’s) massive data center nearing completion in Bluffdale, Utah, are known, which probably increases the public’s fascination with the complex likely to house some of their …
The National Security Agency's ongoing $2.4 billion data center expansions in Maryland and Utah will allow the government to easily store decades of electronic communications from the most expansive domestic surveillance …
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The Army Corps of Engineers says it has found electrical problems at the National Security Agency's $1.7 billion data center in Utah that could delay the new facility's long-awaited opening this fall. The data
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Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that arc-fault failures—electrical problems that exceed the protective capabilities of circuit breakers and cause metal to melt and go flying—are delaying completion of the NSA’s …
Author James Bamford wrote for Wired in 2012 that the Utah Data Center “will be the centerpiece of the NSA’s cloud-based data strategy and essential in its plans for decrypting previously uncrackable documents.” Construction of the …
WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency has secretly broken into the main communications links that connect Yahoo and Google data centers around the world, The Washington Post reported Wednesday, citing documents …
WASHINGTON – What would you think if someone told you personal emails, voicemails and web searches,basically your electronic footprint, could be viewed and stored by a government official? The feds say that would never happen but …