William P. Crowell

William P. Crowell

William Pierce Crowell was Deputy Director of the National Security Agency from 1994 to 1997, during which time he was the highest ranking civilian in the agency, who oversaw management. Joining as an agency recruiter for the NSA in 1962, Crowell was also Deputy Director for Operations of the agency from October 1991 to February 1994. He has also served on many boards and as president of private sector intelligence and security companies, including Cylink Corporation, Broadware Technologies, Prominex, ArcSight, Inc. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
William P. Crowell has four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1995 Forum as a Deputy Director for the National Security Agency.

Appearances by Title:Consultant, Sun Microsystems Videos: 1 c. July 11, 1995 - Present Deputy Director, National Security Agency Videos: 3

Recent Appearances

  • Finance and Economics

    Finance and Economics

    Financial advisers spoke about on-line technology and security challenges facing the financial and banking industries.…

  • <em>Safe: The Race to Protect Ourselves</em>

    Safe: The Race to Protect Ourselves

    Katrina Heron, Martha Baer, and Evan Ratliff talked about their book Safe: The Race to Protect Ourselves in a Newly…

  • September 11 Commission Report

    September 11 Commission Report

    Rep. Shays began the hearing by offering an historical overview of overclassification, and outlined ways that in a post-Cold War era overclassification can decrease security. Rep. Kucinich spoke about the problem of…

  • Cold War Cryptology and the KBG

    Cold War Cryptology and the KBG

    In a ceremony, the CIA released the first of 2,200 coded messages in connection with Soviet espionage against the U.S.…

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