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Recent episodes of espionage involving Russia and the United States have directed attention to America's so-called spy agencies. CNN national security correspondent David Ensor went behind closed doors inside the most secretive of America's secret agencies, the National Security Agency. He brings us five reports this morning from the super secret organization. David, this was definitely an unprecedented opportunity.
Everette Jordan listens. Face identification may be the wave of the future. How did you get selected for this? ENSOR: The price of years of listening past the pops and screeches on surveillance tapes is frequent hearing checks, and some minor hearing loss, but Everette Jordan, though he hopes soon to move into management, says he wouldn't have wanted any other career up to this point: protecting the nation with his ears and his gift for languages.
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CNN national security correspondent David Ensor went behind closed doors inside the most secretive of America's secret agencies, the National Security Agency. Equally, no. Everette Jordan is the first NSA listener ever to give a television interview.
So, it's a constant game, if you will, of moving as quickly as your potential adversary, staying current on the technologies that are necessary to maintain the security and integrity of the networks. The answer is no. They believe nsa the polygraph.
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Can you tell your family more than your able to tell me? Many are not secure from hackers, who could be American teenagers or could be foreign agents trying to steal national security secrets. And so you'll hear a word that you don't quite get, and you go back and forth cjat it a couple of cchat until you get it. Everyone who works here has gone through an extended background investigation.
So, there's a lot to work with there.
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Will you tell our viewers about that? Have you ever committed a crime? That wasn't the case before the Hanssen case came to light. There have been many cases, and that's one of the fun things about being a linguist, knowing that the work that you have done has gone leta downtown to the president of the United States. So, that is why you see what you're going to see here.
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You have nothing to worry about. In addition to trying to listen in on potential threats chhat the United States, it's supposed to supply a communications system for the president and the other leaders of the United States, the military leadership, that can't be listened into by others.
HAYDEN: If any lefs these young folks decide to come work for us, we're going to put them through a process that no other employer is going to put them through, that background investigation and that polygraph, before they can come and actually work for us. A red, flashing light warns of the presence of visitors from CNN without security clearance. And, of course, the NSA says we don't listen to Americans.
This system is keyed to recognize scientist Dave Murley. Everette Jordan is a spy, but not in the way you probably imagine. That is absolutely not true.
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But the NSA's biggest problem? It's a puzzle, but it's a cnat, very high stakes puzzle. David, let's talk about this traitor problem. Of course.
But when, for example, eavesdropping on a drug ring in Colombia, separating the foreigners, who can be legally bugged, from the U. So, elaborate codes have to be devised and elaborate communications systems and that's what this piece is about.
But it raises questions among civil liberties people, people who worry about those issues. Coming up, new developments in our top stories and the emergency stopover in Alaska that had two world colliding. So, it's the key mission of the NSA, putting that intelligence on the president's table in the morning each morning, and I guess we should roll and take a look at how they go about it.
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He must punch in a code to get them each morning. He, apparently, did not have to pass a polygraph test.
You also have to listen for humor. He brings us five reports this morning from the super secret sna?. The NSA seems to think so.
So, the agency has developed a very strict screening and interviewing process. He cannot take his office keys home. ENSOR: Playing the role of the evil twin, Doug is rejected, but the scientists say the system still isn't good enough. So lts is a volume, velocity and variety problem for us.
It has problems, for example, with new mustaches, long bangs or a new nose ring.