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NSA app to help recruit cyber experts
Friday - 1/14/2011, 4:00pm EST
The National Security Agency has unveiled two smartphone applications to help the NSA recruit cybersecurity experts.
The NSA app -- Career Links -- is available through iTunes and delivers real-time agency updates like employment opportunities to iPhone and Droid users.
GovInfoSecurity reports that NSA is also employing smartphones' tagging abilities on many of its print-based recruitment advertisements. This means future recruits can use their phones to scan these tags which will launch a video related to the advertisement's content.
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