Chief, Cybersecurity Collaboration Center,
National Security Agency
Ms. Morgan Adamski is the Chief of NSA’s Cybersecurity Collaboration Center and is responsible for leading complex and groundbreaking initiatives for the agency specifically aimed at gaining insights against nation-state cyber actors and collaborating with the private sector. She drives the Center’s efforts to build bi-directional analytical relationships with private sector partners providing cybersecurity services to the Defense Industrial Base and National Security Systems as well as overseeing NSA programs aimed at shaping cybersecurity standards and products used in National Security Systems.
For more than a decade, Ms. Adamski has been at the forefront of NSA’s Computer Network Defense, Computer Network Exploitation, and Cyber analysis missions. Prior to her position in CSD, she served as a senior Cyber Policy Advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Defense (DASD) for Cyber Policy. Ms. Adamski acted a technical and operational subject matter expert to the DASD for Cyber Policy, specializing in operational issues in the Middle East and Eurasia area of responsibility. She was a primary contributor to the 2018 DoD Cyber Strategy and was responsible for orchestrating the Department’s new approach to cyber deterrence.
Ms. Adamski served as a Chief Operating Officer for NSA’s offensive cyber mission from 2016-2018, responsible for planning and executing operations against some of the agency’s hardest intelligence targets. Prior to serving in NSA’s offensive mission, she served as the NSA Deputy Director’s executive assistant (2014-2016) and as a senior SME for the Middle East cyber analysis office (2010-2014).
Ms. Adamski received the NSA Director’s Award in 2020, Director of National Intelligence Merit Unit Citation in 2019, and the Meritorious Civilian Service Award in 2016.