The NSA’s Early History: From World War II to the Present

4 pages | 920 words

This essay discusses the history and evolution of the National Security Agency (NSA), from its origins during World War II to its present-day focus on cybersecurity threats. It highlights the NSA's key role in a number of significant events in US history, including the Bay of Pigs invasion, the JFK assassination, and the Iranian Revolution. The essay also discusses the controversy surrounding the NSA's warrantless wiretapping program, which was exposed by Edward Snowden in 2013.