Updated: 11/13/2018 by Computer Hope
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Created in March 2008, The National Cybersecurity Center, or NCSC, is a branch of the Department of Homeland Security that monitors and protects United States government networks. The NCSC can monitor, collect data, and share information gathered from any network systems of the DHS, DoD, FBI, and NSA.


The first director of the NCSC was Rod Beckstrom.

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